You Always Throw Away The Watermelon Rind, Without Knowing How Healthy It Really Is
Most people throw the watermelon rind away after separating the red marrow, without knowing that they are throwing away healthy vitamins and amino acids.
The watermelon rind contains vitamin B and C, which the body needs and are usually consumed in tablet form.
Besides vitamins, the rind contains a large amount of citrulline – an amino acid that is important for normal circulation and a healthy heart.
Jam made from watermelon rind is already a well-known recipe that you can try, but now all nutritionist recommend that the rind is washed well and cut into small cubes.
While it is fresh, grind it in a blender until you get a thick mixture. Then, you can add this mixture to freshly squeezed juices and shakes.