Watermelon consumption (or the juice) can have many health benefits, including lowering blood pressure, improving insulin sensitivity, and recovery of the injured muscles
Watermelon is a large fruit, scientifically known as Citrullus lanatus. It comes from South Africa and belongs to the same family as melons, courgettes, pumpkins, and cucumbers (Cucurbitaceae). There are 5 common varieties of watermelon: with seeds, seedless, mini, yellow, and orange.
Watermelon contains a large amount of water and nutrients, contains very few calories, and is extremely refreshing. It is also a good dietary source of citrulline and lycopene, two very important phytochemicals.