【Mocktail recipe】Postbiotic R' KOSO Sunset

Although the amount depends on both variety and growing conditions, lycopene contents in red fresh watermelon are about 40% higher than the amount of lycopene in tomatoes. The seedless red fresh watermelon tended to have more.

Lycopene is more absorbable after heat treatment due to the breaking down of the protein carotenoid complex, however, a study shows that lycopene from raw watermelon is absorbed directly into the human body just after consumption. 

Lycopene is a powerful antioxidant that helps your body from sun damage and improves heart health. High consumption of lycopene might help reduce the incidences of prostate cancer and the risk of other cancers. 

Though it is not easy to find tasty watermelon when uncut, red, ripe fresh ones are the sweetest and most nutritious. 

R's KOSO contains probiotics, prebiotics, and postbiotics that support your gut health and reduce inflammations in your body which is key to staying young and healthy. 


Read "How fermented foods reduce inflammation"




Ingredients (Serve 1):

Watermelon 1 cup

Orange 1/2

Lime 1/2

Mint 1 Tablespoon

Carbonated water 1/3 cup

R's KOSO 1 Tablespoon



1. Blend watermelon and chopped mint together in a blender for 30 seconds

2. Add fresh squeezed orange juice, R's KOSO, carbonated water, watermelon mint juice, and lime juice to a glass

3. Garnish with mint leaves




Let's get started! 



Eriko Shintani

Certified holistic nutritionist/Holistic nutrition advisor

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vegefuldays/

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