Eat Melon Seeds For This Amazing Health Benefits


Everybody knows that fruits are nutritious
and beneficial to our health. But few people know the benefits of the discarded
parts, like seeds and skins. That’s the case with melon. Have you ever thought about eating melon seeds? Melon seeds are rich in nutrients and medicinal
properties. They have vitamins, proteins, fatty acids,
and a great antioxidant power. But these aren’t the only benefits of melon
seeds. See more! 1. Prevents diseases
Because of its high antioxidant content, melon seeds help avoid cellular oxidation that facilitates
diseases, like cardiovascular diseases or cancer. 2. Source of Nutrients
Melon is rich in vitamins A, B, B2, B5, and C, and is also soothing and refreshing. Its seeds have high doses of vitamin C, amino
acids, phenolic compounds and volatile compounds. It also has a lot of iron. 3. Helps the Intestines
Rich in dietetic fiber, melon seeds can help with intestinal health and avoid gastrointestinal
issues, like constipation. Some studies suggest that these seeds can
even eliminate parasites that are located in the intestine. You know those small strands around the seeds? They are a great help in the digestive process,
so don’t even think about removing them if you are going to eat the seeds. 4. Natural Analgesic
Studies suggest that melon seeds can alleviate pains in general. 5. Protects the Heart
The antioxidants found in melon seeds help the good functioning of the heart, avoiding
cardiovascular diseases and regulating blood pressure, thanks to the minerals they have. 6. Beautiful nails and hair
Thanks to the vitamin E, antioxidants, and unsaturated fatty acids they have, melon seeds
slow down the aging process. Consuming these seeds will give a natural
glow to your skin, nails, and hair. Now that you know the benefits of melon seeds,
let’s see how to consume them. Melon seeds can be eaten raw, on salads or
toasts. The taste is very pleasant. They can also be used to season many dishes. According to a research conducted by University
of Iran, the milk obtained from seeds and pulp of melon is similar to cow’s milk. Did you know that you can make milk from melon
seeds? See how to make it: Seeds of 1 melon;
33 oz of water; Separate seeds from melon and put it in a
blender with 16 oz. of water. After blending it, strain and blend again,
with 16 oz. more of water. Sweeten and drink as preferred. Toasted seeds are a little more work to make,
but the final result is super tasty! So, next time you buy a melon or any other
fruit, remember that it’s not only the pulp that has nutrients. Seeds are also great for your health!

18 thoughts on “Eat Melon Seeds For This Amazing Health Benefits

  1. All of these warnings about lectins in seeds, legumes, beans etc. being bad for us unless we sprout these foods has had many people stop eating them. My grandmother soaked beans but nothing else. I wonder if this soaking seeds is really necessary?

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  3. I wish they wouldn’t talk about curing and preventing disease you might say may help you make it sound like it’s definitive and that’s definitely not true

  4. Deer natural cures
    Thanks for the meditation education I did not know about melon seeds but I certainly should have I just don’t know at all that’s why I have you thanks natural cures peace and love

  5. You should do some videos on the beneficial properties of the parts of other fruit and veg that people throw away. Seeds, skins and rinds of some produce are nutrient powerhouses!

  6. I've saved some melon seeds from summer to have in winter as where I live they aren't available all year round, except in cities at a much inflated price. I had no idea one could make a 'milk' from them. I'm WFPB so I'm v interested in trying that.

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  8. So disheartening. Just heard to avoid melon seeds. Who knows what is truth? Guess if you buy and enjoy, do so. Back to my heritages old advice, eat a little of all and as natural as possible. Avoid or minimize the junk.

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