How do Watermelons benefit the most in summers?
Today’s topic is suggested by my son when I wanted a green thing starting from the letter W. He has written a few lines on it to help me in my post. Such is the charm of this challenge where your family is equally interested in you reaching the finishing line. So coming back to today’s green topic, let’s know the benefits of Watermelons in summer.
Favourite summer fruit of all
I love watermelons and the frehness your body gets is unbeatable. It’s actually only water that quenches your thirst in summers. The more it’s hot and humid, the tastier is this fruit. Now a few lines, my son has contributed:
- Watermelons are green from the outside and red from the inside with numerous black seeds.
- It’s a seasonal fruit of summers.
- They grow as creepers but if space is less they can be grown as climbers with strong support.
Craving for Watermelons
Unusual cravings are common during pregnancies. I remember during my first pregnancy, it was August and I was craving hard for this fruit. We practice eating seasonal fruits and I have had my good share of Watermelon during May-June. But still, it was hard to resist but I did. Then in the next season, I had them enough. Actually, anything more than recommended is also bad for health and we should always eat everything in control.
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- It keeps you hydrated as it’s 92% water. That’s the reason it keeps you full.
- Watermelons are low in calories and rich in antioxidants.
- It has anti-cancer effects and may lower heart risk.
- Your hair and skin will be good if you eat watermelons because of the presence of Vitamin A and C
- As there’s a lot of water and some fibre, watermelons help in digestion.
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Now after knowing all these benefits, it is all the cooler to eat watermelons in summers. Do you also like them?
This post is a part of Blogchatter A2Z Challenge 2021