The days are getting warmer. That is why one needs to make certain changes in their daily routine and incorporate more fruits and vegetables in season. Fruits not only help keep the body hydrated and full, but they also help build long-term immunity. While all fruits have their own benefits, one fruit to consume as part of your summer diet is musk melon.
Enjoyed for its sweetness and juiciness, musk melons they are readily available in the market during this time of year. In addition to keeping your body hydrated, there are other health benefits that the fruit offers.
You want to know more? Look what celebrity nutritionist Munmum Ganeriwal I had to say.
“The musk melons are getting cold and helping to constipation, bladder infections, ulcers, fatigue, colitis, and blood pressure. Low in calories, it is also great for the skin and has vitamin A that strengthens the eyes. It has a low glycemic index and high nutrition. Eat it however you like, but don’t miss the melons this season, ”he said.
The fiber content of musk melons helps add bulk to the diet and reduces constipation. The good amount of folic acid present in musk melons has anticoagulant effects. These help dissolve blood clots, reduce water retention, and ease muscle cramps and relieve pain.
In addition to strengthening the eyes, Vitamin A It is also beneficial for the epithelial cells of the skin and keeps them healthy.
You can also make a delicious curry or sabzi with this wonderful fruit!
Ganeriwal shared the easy recipe.
“A unique, tasty, absolutely delicious sabzi, made with a ‘fruit’ to try in early summer. Perfect for this time of year when musk melon has started to hit the markets and rising temperatures make us crave light food. Kharbuja sabzi is quick, simple and easy to do, ”he said.
Musk melon – small cubes, chopped and peeled
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Chopped and peeled watermelon
* Peel and chop the musk melon into small cubes (even better if the fruit is slightly raw). So, peel and chop the watermelon.
* In a wok heat a little oil, and once hot add the hanging mustard seeds, the musk melon, the watermelon and the salt.
* Let it simmer for about 10 minutes.
* Add simple spices like red chili powder, dhania-jeera powder, and turmeric.
* Stir and cook until melons are tender.
* Decorate with chopped coriander leaves. Enjoy this sweet and savory sabzi with very hot rotis.
“Of course, if a fruit sabzi is too adventurous for your taste buds, you can try eating the fruit as is or using it in your smoothies,” Ganeriwal said.
Would you like to try it?