Nutritional powerhouse and summertime staple, melon

At its peak in the summer, fruit is a snack as ancient and cherished as mankind itself. Melon is one of the most consumed fruits worldwide, albeit it is not as common as apples or oranges. 

Cucumbers, zucchinis, watermelons, and pumpkins are also members of the gourd family, which includes melons. 

Even in such a little nation as Israel, a wide variety of melons may be obtained, giving residents the opportunity to taste new flavors and choose their favorites.

Water-dense melons are also nutrient powerhouses because to their high levels of vitamins A, C, folic acid, and the B-complex. 

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 They are high in potassium and phosphorus while being low in salt and fat. In addition, melons have sufficient levels of the minerals magnesium and calcium.

Vitamin C, which is abundant in melons, aids in the body's ability to fight infection. Collagen, which keeps skin and hair healthy, is produced with the help of vitamin C. 

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