- Winter melon is surely a famous milk tea flavor but before it became a regular go-to flavor of milk tea lovers, it is already a food that has great benefits to begin with
- It is rich in various vitamins and minerals that are good for the body
- Its benefits range from being an immunity booster to cognitive functions aide
You should know by now that “kundol” in the Filipino folk song “Bahay Kubo” is your favorite milk tea flavor, winter melon.
But aside from it being a best-seller milk tea flavor drink, it is also a good source of sufficient vitamins and nutrients that are good for the body.
According to a report, winter melon is loaded with vitamins b1, b3, and c and various minerals such as calcium, sodium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, manganese, copper, magnesium, selenium, and potassium. It also contains a large amount of water.
Winter melon can boost your immunity that can protect you from
flu and colds. It is also a good source of collagen that keeps your skin healthy. Experts also recommend it as a recovery food because it is rich in vitamin C.
Moreover, one of winter melon’s wonders is its ability to help improve digestion. It is a good source of dietary fiber which can prevent bloating, cramps, or general
stom ach issues. It can likewise help boost metabolism because of its vitamin b2.
Its beneficial contents do not stop in providing the body vitamins and minerals, it can also help in cognitive functions through the iron content found in winter melons. It can also remove
toxins from the body as winter melon is counted as a vegetable that helps proper d etoxi fication.
It can be an effective remedy to your lingering migraine through its vitamin b2 content which can also shorten the duration of such discomfort, studies found.
If you’re trying to lose weight, winter melon can also be of great help as it is an ideal food for overweight people.
Lastly, winter melon can enhance eyesight through its vitamin b2 content. By eating a single winter melon, it can fill up your body’s daily need for vitamin b which can keep the eye safe from eye-related com