Watermelon - The Super Nutritious Summer Fruit for Patient Education

Watermelons is burst with the goodness of potassium, vitamin A, C, B6 and lycopene, making it a low calorie, nutrient dense food. It contains 92 percent water content, Interestingly, watermelon has the highest concentration of lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that protects against Prostate, Lung, colorectal, Uterus & Breast cancers. Along with its sweet and juicy pulp, watermelon seeds pack a solid nutritional punch offering a bevy of nutrients like magnesium, protein, zinc, iron and omega-6 fatty acids.

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