The sweet watermelons have filled the carts of all fruit sellers in town, and we couldn’t be happier. Apart from being an extremely hydrating fruit, watermelons pack a number of health benefits as it contains lycopene, potassium and a lot of other nutrients. It has fiber that keeps the digestion process going.
As per the book Healing Foods by DK Publishing House, citrulline , an important amino acid found in the flesh of watermelons can stimulate the production of nitric oxide which regulates blood pressure and enhances the blood flow. So, it’s definitely worth adding this juicy, seasonal fruit to your summer diet plan. You can add it to salads or juice it up, there are number of ways to use watermelons and at the same time a number of myths surrounding them. A lot of people suggest that you shouldn’t drink water after having watermelons. We set out to explore if this suggestion holds any truth and here’s what we found. Read more