Aids in digestion
Aids in intestinal disorders
Fights free radicals
Improves hair skin and nails
Increases Sex Hormones & Orgasm
May reduce cholesterol
May reduce nausea
May reduce risk of cancer
Serving size: 1 cup; Calories: 46; Fat: 0.4g; Cholesterol: 0mg; Sodium: 2mg; Carbs: 11g;Fiber: 1g; Sugars: 9g; Protein: 1g; Potassium: 5% DV; Vitamin A: 17%DV; Vitamin C: 21%DV; Calcium: 1%DV; Iron: 2%DV
Watermelon is a rich source of carbohydrates considering its serving size. A standard serving of watermelon is one wedge weighing almost 300g (10 oz.) There are around 20g of net carbs. in this serving size. Below are carbs in watermelon in different serving sizes: Watermelon (100g) = 7g net carbs; 1 cup diced watermelon (152g) = 11g net carbs. Ingredients: Watermelon puree, water, tapioca syrup, non-GMO soluble corn fiber, vegetable glycerin, natural flavors, lemon juice concentrate, beet juice for color, monk fruit extract, guar gum, carob bean gum, xanthan gum, botanical soothe blend (turmeric, rosemary, black pepper). Made in a factory that uses tree nuts and peanuts. 19g total carbs - 6g fiber - 2g vegetable glycerin = 11g.
Watermelon 100g Calories
Did You Know?
- Studies have shown that eating watermelon can decrease the risks of developing asthma, high blood pressure and cancer
- Watermelon, because of its water and fiber content, helps to prevent constipation and promote regularity
- Watermelon is also great for your skin because it contains vitamin A. Vitamin A is also necessary for the growth of bodily tissues, including skin and hair
Ways to Eat:
- The first recorded watermelon harvest occurred nearly 5,000 years ago in Egypt and is depicted in Egyptian hieroglyphics on walls of their ancient buildings
- Southern food historian, John Egerton, believes watermelon made its way to the United States with African slaves as he states in his book, 'Southern Food.'
- About 200-300 varieties are grown in the U.S. and Mexico, although there are about 50 varieties that are very popular