Updated: Apr 30, 2020
HONEY MELON🍈 MAKES ME HAPPY! 😊
“Success to me is having ten honeydew melons, and eating only the top half of each one.” Barbra Streisand
And here’s why I love honeydew melon:
The Numerology for "Honeydew Melon " is 5
Constructive Freedom, Variety, Change, Action, Restlessness, Life experience, Pioneering, Innovation, Adventure, Rebellion, Opportunity
Nutritional Facts Of Honeydew
A raw honeydew melon of 100 grams consists of 36 kcal.
Likewise, 100 grams of honeydew contain approximately:
9.1 grams carbohydrates 1 gram dietary fibre 0.5 gram protein 3 micrograms vitamin A 18 milligrams vitamin C 228 milligrams potassium 18 milligrams sodium 6 milligrams calcium 0.17 milligrams iron
Physical Nourishment and Dietary Support
Honeydew is hydrating and is made up of 90 percent water which helps maintain the overall wellness of the body. Human adult bodies are made up of about 60% of water and depends on water to survive. Every cell, tissue, and organ in our body needs water to work at optimum efficiency. Our body uses water to maintain its temperature, remove waste, and lubricate our joints.
Honeydew is low in fat and calories making a great for aiding in maintaining weight or weight loss.
Because of high water content and It’s also rich in fiber, it can aid in food digestion and offers relieve from constipation.
Honeydew is rich in calcium which helps your body maintain and improve bone health. It is also good for promoting healthy and strong teeth.
Honeydew is a great source of vitamin C. Vitamin C helps boost your immune system which helps to fight off bacteria and illnesses. Vitamin C also helps body in producing collagen. Collagen has ability to heal and nourish skin, hair, and nails.
Honeydew is high in potassium which can help stabilize blood elevation. Help for people with hypertension.
Honeydew contains lutein and zeaxanthin which are important phytonutrients that can help maintain good eye health and reduce eye disorders.
Honeydew helps with infertility
Helps heal and satisfy the Crown, Heart, Solar Plexus and Root Chakra
Helps with nervousness, skittishness, anxiety, or uneasiness.
It takes 90 - 100 days to ripe, it can help us develop patience.
All About Honeydew Melon:
Like all melons, Honeydew melons are members of the cucurbit (gourd) family along with squash and cucumber and are thought of as vegetable, but botanically speaking they are fruit. Honeydews are believed to have roots in West Africa and were first cultivated over 4000 years ago.The United States ranks third behind China and Turkey in honeydew production, and Arizona ranks second in honeydew production behind California.
Honeydew is one of few melons that continues to ripen after it's been picked. It’s best from June through October, but is available year round. From beginning of winter season unto Spring, honeydew availability in the United States depends mostly on imports from Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Honduras. Melons can keep its quality for up to 21 days following harvest. Honeydews are ready to harvest when the rind turns white or yellow. Honeydew vines produce both female and male flowers. Only female flowers can develop into melons. Female flowers can be distinguished from male flowers by the tiny bulb at the base of the flower.
Tip for Eating:
Melon is best eaten as the first meal of the day, either on its own or accompanied by fresh vegetable juice
Do you love Honeydew Melons?