Watermelon Juice

Stay hydrated with some refreshing home-made watermelon juice. We love this juice recipe as it is easy to make, nutritious, hydrating and tasty. Ideal to kickstart a good day or enjoy as a refreshing afternoon beverage. 

Ingredients to Make Refreshing Watermelon Juice

Simple, quick, and easy to make. Here are our chosen ingredients:

  • Water
  • Watermelon
  • Smile lime (lime juice)

If you drink alcohol we definitely recommend trying these additions to your watermelon juice:

  • Tequila
  • White rum

Only one at a time, please. The above mentioned extras are recommended for after lunch time, okay.

Please note: we do not give quantities to allow you to choose the amount of each ingredient that you'd like.

 

Directions to Make Refreshing Watermelon Juice

Our rough guideline:

  1. Grab your Vitamer and pour 50ml of water in (you can add more later if you want)
  2. Slice some watermelon and place it into your Vitamer. We know you're excited now, but don't overfill it.
  3. Squeeze some fresh lime in (or lime juice) to enhance the flavour
  4. If your watermelon is very seeded or pulpy you can pour the juice through a fine mesh strainer.

    Health Benefits of Watermelon

    We love watermelon juice because it is both delicious, refreshing and it is good for your health. Watermelon is commonly known for being high in vitamin A, C and a few plant compounds such as Lycopene, Cucurbitacin E and more.

    Watermelon has proven to be an excellent hydrator for your body, could improve heart health, potentially lower inflammation, possibly help relive muscle soreness and more. Would like to read more about the health benefits associated with watermelon? If so, read Kerri-Ann Jennings article Top 9 Health Benefits of Eating Watermelon here.

    Now that you're sipping on your watermelon juice... enjoy feeling like you're under the summer sun on your dream tropical island beach. Mm-mmm.

    *This recipe will work perfectly with a 350ml, 380ml, 400ml and 500ml Vitamer.

    *This recipe is a guide, not advice. 

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