Properties and Benefits of Watermelon Syrup
Watermelon contains 92% of water, but this refreshing fruit is soaked with nutrients. It is a source of vitamin C, A, B6, antioxidants, fiber, amino acids, some potassium and lots of lycopene. Thereby, watermelon is one of the healthiest fruits. To avoid losing those properties, we send our Watermelon Syrup frozen, and also recommend storing it frozen at around -18 degrees Celsius. Watermelon is a very delicate fruit, and it needs to be taken care of in order to maintain its quality.
Due to the composition of the watermelon, it has many medicinal benefits, for instance, it lowers the risk of heart disease, it hydrates, improves blood flow, helps reduce accumulation of excess fat, encourages a healthy digestive tract, keeps skin and hair moisturized, promotes collagen growth, helps reduce muscle soreness and heart rate, reduces hypertension, lowers blood pressure in obese adults, protects the bones, prevents from prostate cancer, and has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.