Honeydew Your Body Good

Add honeydew to your diet to improve the health of your body and skin, lose weight, and satisfy your craving for sweets.


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Do you love honeydew? 

Can you remember the last time you had the pleasure of enjoying it? 

Here are some important reasons why you want to keep adding this delectable fruit to your diet:

Honeydew is high in folate, potassium, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin C.  In fact, a single serving of honeydew can offer you about half the Vitamin C servings your body needs for one day.  In addition to its high nutritional content it is low in sodium, cholesterol and saturated fat.  Snack on this tasty treat in between meals and curb your hunger while promoting weight loss, energy and your overall optimal health.

Do you have a sweet tooth? 

Studies often show that when you are craving sweets, you are actually most likely dehydrated.  Approximately 80% of the population is walking around unknowingly dehydrated.  So, next time instead of reaching for junk food, do your body good, snack on a cup of honeydew. 

Not only is honeydew naturally sweet, it contains a high level of water.  And because of its incredible water and potassium content it naturally helps to keep your blood pressure in check.  Furthermore, its nutritional qualities also promote healthy, glowing skin.

So step away from artificial flavoring because your health and well being is priceless!

Joie Schmidt © Copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved.


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  1. Interesting article. I love any kind of melon but I never though about the health benefits.

  2. Love my honeydew. Good article. I was not aware that honeydew had so much nutrictional values though. Well done friend.

  3. I love honeydew too, but I didn’t know about the benefits. A good article.


  4. another great article about health. You know Lianne , my wife loves your articles and she will be very happy to read this one. She is a health buff.

  5. informative

  6. mmmmmmmmmmmm melons!

  7. Good article. Many people are not aware that they are dehydrated when they are constantly hungry. It is a fact that drinking more water can reduce the hunger urges.

  8. What a great article,
    Very interesting read.
    Not sure if I ever tried them
    I’m not the biggest fan of healthy food
    but may have to give it a try

  9. We live in a melon growing area – but they are smaller rounder, green with orange centres – and so sweet. When they are in season we eat them for every possible meal – and they also make a great soup – little white wine/champagne, cream – lovely!

  10. Great article Liane and melons are yummy and good for you!

  11. Great article! I love melons.

  12. We will be in the melon season soon, I will make sure I have extra this year, I didn’t realise they had such valuable properties!

  13. Not my favorite melon, but point well taken. Love the melon basket picture!

  14. Not one of my favorite fruits, but your information is well taken. It’s important to eat a well rounded diet.

  15. Nice presentation. I love honeydew.

  16. I love honeydew, and now I have a reason to indulge! Thanks. :)

  17. I just learned something I didn’t know. Thank you for the info.

  18. Thx for the info, I love honeydew and all other melon. So, glad to know all the +’s I am getting while eating.

  19. Hmm.. sounds sweet and healthy indeed. Thank you.

  20. I’ve always loved honeydew but I didn’t know it was that good for me.

    Thanks for that,


  21. Good article with some fascinating points. Thanks for sharing.

  22. Melons are the most delicious foods ever. Your basket is beautiful.

  23. Honedew melon has alway been one of my favorite fruits, however, I don’t eat them enough to be beneficial. Thanks for the information.

  24. Great Article! Do you have any suggestions for blood type 0 types that find the mold content of melons unbeneficial?

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