Refresh your palate and indulge in this sweet, zesty, and slightly spicy watermelon mango salsa that embodies the flavors of summer.
Dehydration happens when there is a water deficiency in the body. Besides drinking water you can boost hydration with these recipes.
Cool off and hydrate the body by drinking this watermelon peach smoothie on warm, summer days. It’s so tasty and refreshing!
This recipe exemplifies the creative minds that concoct amazingly tasty raw food recipes. These pizzas are the perfect summertime snacks!
Whether you need a healthy dessert for the kiddos or just need a refreshing summer treat, this watermelon slush does the trick. Enjoy it guilt-free!
Melons are more than meets they eye. These low-calorie fruits are rich in essential vitamins and minerals that may lower blood pressure.
Sometimes you just need a refreshing drink that cools you off. Sip on this watermelon detox water to hydrate and keep your skin healthy.
August 3rd is National Watermelon Day and there are many reasons to eat this beneficial fruit. Load up on antioxidants and support heart health!
Did you know that you could lower your risk of colon cancer and reduce blood pressure by eating watermelon rinds? Here’s a great recipe.
When you want to excite your taste buds with new salad flavors, this is the salad you need. Plus, this salad can help you improve digestion.
Mint is one of those refreshing ingredients that naturally cools you off. Mix it with watermelon for Derby Season in this tasty mocktail.
Watermelon is the perfect summer fruit that helps keep you hydrated. And you get the antibacterial and anti-aging benefits of rosemary too!
We’ve been throwing away health benefits for who knows how long! Find out why watermelon seeds are the key to a healthy digestive system.
August 3rd, 2017, is National Watermelon Day. Beat the heat by snacking on this hydrating fruit, or make one of these awesome recipes.
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