How To Make Delicious Water Melon Juice!

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Let’s Have Fun With Fabulous Water Melon Juice!

Water Melon is one of the most alkaline fruits on the planet

and Great for Juicing and making delicious smoothies

Another great addition to living a very healthy life

Making Wonderful Water Melon Juice!

To make watermelon juice, all you need is the fruit and a good blender. Simply whiz chunks of melon in your blender until they’re nice and smooth. The resulting puree will be a little bit slushy and then pour the puree into a very fine sieve.

Add sugar or sweetener, if desired. Pour some cold water or ice cubes. Make sure to take the seeds out of the watermelon. You can add some (washed) mint leaves in the blender, especially for a cool taste.

Getting The Right Water Melon
Watermelon Juice is most commonly found in the refrigerated section of grocery stores under many brands. Before purchasing verify on the ingredient content as well as check the nutrition label imprinted on it. Confirming on manufacturing date is vital for maximum freshness. But it’s easier and much healthier when made at home as it is free from preservatives and sugar. You can make watermelon juice at home with your choice of ingredients.

Mixing Other Ingrediants
You can add mint, lime juice, or fresh ginger to the blender as well to give your puree a bit of kick, or stir it in afterwards to taste.
If you’re using ginger after blending, cut off a few thin slices of fresh ginger root and add it to the puree. Refrigerate for a few hours, then fish out the ginger and discard.

Try using watermelon puree in margaritas, or just add your favorite spirits and mixers to come up with your own tasty concoction.
Fruit-flavored liqueurs are also nice additions to pureed watermelon.

Water Melon Health Benefits
Watermelon juice is fat free and is loaded with vitamins A, B6, and C! Vitamin A is important for eye health and can prevent night blindness and boosts the immune system.

Vitamin B6 is used by the body to manufacture neurotransmitters such as serotonin, melatonin, and dopamine. Vitamin C also enhances the immune system while protecting the body from free radicals.

Watermelon is a great source of potassium which regulates fluids and mineral balance in our bodies and protects against high blood pressure. It also prevents muscle cramps.

Watermelon is a low acid fruit. Your taste buds taste the relationship of sugar to acid. In the case of orange juice (a high acid fruit) you need a lot of natural sugar to make the acid palatable. Watermelon juice tastes sweeter because of its lower acidic content.