Eating a Watermelon
The Watermelon was originated in Southern Africa and grows on vine-like plants coming from the ground and is one of the most common types of melon. The watermelon fruit, loosely considered a type of melon, has a smooth exterior rind (green, yellow and sometimes white) and a juicy, sweet interior flesh (usually pink, but sometimes orange, yellow, red and sometimes green if not ripe). Watermelon is my preferred fruit for the following three major reasons; for its physical uniqueness, it is a healthy aliment for the human body and, lastly for its sweet flavor. Watermelon is delicious because is covered with a thick veined green shell on the outside and juicy inside is white the pulp attractively red when ripe invited to give a snap in the hot days of summer. It has many seeds that easily stand out as the black of the same highlights on the red pulp. The flesh texture is sandy and is sandy and Places in the mouth dissolves easily for it is water, is rich in fructose (fruit sugar) and low in calories. Water melon is very juicy and refreshing and perfect for summer. Watermelon is my favorite fruit because is made up over 90% water, manifesting itself as a powerful moisturizer especially for the elderly. According to experts, two slices of this fruit supplement to perfection a glass of water, adding the pleasure of sweetness and freshness. This is a food rich in vitamin A as carotene, like other fruits of the family of curcubits, lycopene being the most important. Lycopene gives red or pink tone to watermelon (the same as dyed red tomatoes) and contains properties that benefit the body in preventing certain cancer Watermelon also provides vitamin C, although in lesser amounts helping the formation of collagen in the skin, speaking in speed of wound healing, formation of new tissue fractured bones and muscle or ligament injuries. Watermelon is my favorite aliment because it’s special just because you fell in your mouth a different sensation; a...
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