This cold soup is nothing if not impressive as the soup course for a summer brunch or a throw together late dinner á deux. It is refreshing yet surprisingly filling and is wonderful at providing a hydration boost for parched skin. It provides a nutrient dense boost that instantly cools and calms frazzled summer nerves. Gazpacho never fails to marvel the masses but this fruity yet spicy soup adds a daring touch to your table.
Good-for-you healthy ingredients
Avocados are a Vitamin E powerhouse that is good for overall health especially in healing bruises, and giving you glowing skin. Rich in folate it is an important part of a cleansing diet for those trying to conceive, maintain a healthy pregnancy or are breastfeeding, also important in prevention of strokes. Avocados are a rich source of glutathione, an important antioxidant for the prevention of certain cancers, premature aging, and heart disease. They are high in the carotenoid lutein, imperative for maintaining eye health, have breast and prostate cancer prevention properties, and are high in beta-sitosterol, a compound found to lower high cholesterol levels.
Tomatoes contain many healthbenefits include treating urinary tract infections, skin ailments and diabetes, lowering hypertension, and they are also good for gut health and eyesight. Tomato is considered both a vegetable and fruit and forms an integral part of cuisine round the globe. It boosts the health of a person if consumed daily. It contains numerous antioxidants, including lycopene, which combat various types of cancer. Also tomato is rich in minerals and vitamins and also protects the heart from cardiovascular diseases. Also, tomato prevents urinary tract infections and hypertension, and promotes eye health.
Watermelons are an excellent source of Vitamin A, which is important in maintaining eye health and is an antioxidant;Vitamin C, which helps strengthen immunity, heal wounds, prevent cell damage, promote healthy teeth and gums; and vitamin B6, which helps brain function and helps convert protein to energy. Watermelon is even higher in lycopene than tomatoes so the combination is a powerful one-two punch in the prevention of heart disease and certain cancers.