The Wonderful Watermelon

Eating watermelon

 

You will see that when I mention watermelons and immediately think of it as such a refreshing healthy drink. But, sadly, for those who are not near enough to a cool, dry watermelon or to me at least not as much as I should be thankful for, I have been forced to concoct various drinks and concoctions. And I am not alone in this; I have tried several new and strange combinations and the overwhelming favorites are still safely to be found at the grocery store.

What began as one of my own concoctions turned into a reality love affair. At first I bit the sweet juicy watermelon only to find out that it was loaded with fat, sodium and other unhealthy ingredients. It did make me feel better, but in the end it did much more harm than good. But my love affair with watermelons did not end there. I learned later that consuming over 1200 calories a day can pack on pounds of fat into our body.

It turns out that watermelons are not just very tasty they are also very good for you. Fresh watermelon is extremely healthy and packed with vitamin C, potassium and manganese. All of these factors are vital for proper immune system function, which in turn is essential for stopping influenza.

It is widely believed that watermelons are highly pertaining agents since they contain beta-carotene and vitamin C. Vitamin C is a key antioxidant that Red fruit contains. Vitamin A is an essential vitamin that we overlook. Beta Carotene is believed to be a cancer fighter and vitamin A why not have a pinky orange watermelon?

Flavor of the Sweetest Watermelon

If you love watermelon, you should know that it can be a very bitter flavor. The most enjoyable part of watermelons is the bitter part , where the ‘water’ in the melon is Ownership. Beta-Carotene degrades quickly so it is not a good source of Vitamin C but it is can be antioxidant helping to prevent and fight cancer.

Fast fact: did you know that there is a wide variety of watermelons? There is the Cavendish watermelon that has an orange color. A Japanese watermelon is also called the tsukuma and it is very popular in Japan and it has been rated as the “cleansing” watermelon . This watermelon has very strong odors of apricot and apple. The U.S. watermelon market research showed that this particular watermelon was the largest global grower of watermelons. It was also found thatMexican watermelons are the third most popular melon in the world. China is the largest producer of watermelons, followed by India.

Watermelons are widely used to get rid of excess impurities and have been used since ancient times as a medicine. There are many different stories about the origins of watermelons. In one story a character builds a house of bricks and eventually stumbles upon a vine. The vine allows him to escape the house and now he lives in the middle of a lake with the help of consultancy in project management. In another story, a traveler lives in a dried up lake for a whole year. After this year he swims to the middle of the log. He drinks the water from the middle until he comes across a myriad of tiny fish swimming around. He is able to catch and eat these fish, but has become too weak to continue. The lake is dried up and the riverbank is overgrown with flora and fauna.

Warm Foods For Special People

It is not always easy to find foods that are out of the ordinary, but if you can find something out of the ordinary and combine it with foods that you already eat, you are bound to find something that is already there in your local grocery store. For example, there is a tub of olives in the fruit and vegetable section. You walk right by it and without even looking at it, insert your thumb into the tub of olives and fish. The conventional thumbprint matches the pattern of the written on the bread and can be twisted to look like a seal and contain the olives.

This is a great example of what I call a true food memory. It’s not just something that you can look at and remember for future reference, it is something that you can eat every day if you wanted to. Something this vivid can’t be made up or you would forget it if you fell into a coma!

The memory itself is not the sole sensation we associate with a memory. For the very first time, it can be chilled or hot, and for that one moment we attach to it all the feelings and pains of the world. It becomes all the more sweeter or hurtful as we attach to it not just because it represents a memory, but because it is also a binding factor holding us together.