Watermelon .. Summer fruit friendly intestine and kidney!

Publié par happy-diet dimanche 18 juillet 2010

Watermelon .. Summer fruit friendly intestine and kidney!

Recent studies have demonstrated numerous health benefits of watermelon fruit, especially regarding the safety of the intestine

And macro levels. Studies have shown that watermelon does not quench thirst, and moisturizes the skin, and revives the body only,

But may be useful laxative powers of the gut, a substance that helps the digestion, and boosts blood, and fragmented to kidney stones.

And the researchers found that natural compounds in it will help ease the severity of skin diseases, as

According to seeds in reducing high blood pressure, and its roots can be used to stop the bloodshed. The

Nutrition experts in the Egyptian National Center for Research, that this fruit is rich in many elements, which

Enough human need of water, vitamins and minerals throughout the day, especially in hot summer days,

It therefore does not need dozens of varieties of vegetables and meat, because of its moderating effect on the stomach,

And stimulating the production of energy.

And these researchers pointed out that watermelon contains 92 percent of the weight of water, also includes a few

Synovial materials, fatty, while the ratio of the sugars to 8 per cent, depending on type and season,

In addition it contains, on average, of vitamins "A" and "C", arguing that its nutritional value

Simple, compared to large medical value, the alleviation of constipation and inflammation of the skin, as

Help to generate the urine, blood purification, and treatment of kidney disease, gout, hemorrhoids.

The doctors had the ancient Arabs, and most famous physician Ibn Sina, had emphasized the many benefits of watermelon,

Especially its ability to purify the blood, and the treatment of freckles, vitiligo, and peel the head. Can also take advantage of the peel

Melons for the treatment of many diseases, including hypertension, heart disease and inflammation of the kidney

And ascites.

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