Watermelon Facts and Benefits
Watermelon, the name is enough to make mouthwatering. It is the biggest blessing for summer. It is used as a fruit or a vegetable, in both condition it is delicious. Watermelon juice is like holy water in the sunny summer days. Most of
Watermelon is 92% water. This is the reason, it got this name.
Watermelon is from the Cucurbitaceae family. Cucumbers, pumpkins and squash are its cousins.
Every part of a watermelon can be eat.
It is an African descent fruit or vegetable.
First watermelon was harvested in Egypt, 5000 years ago.
China is world’s number one watermelon producer country.
There is 1200 various type of watermelon in all around world.
World’s heaviest Watermelon weigh 159 kilogram (350.5 pounds).
85% of watermelon in United States are seedless.
In Japan farmers grow square shape watermelon.
Only two to four watermelon grow on per plant. And they produce both male and female flower.
The watermelon needs at least 80 days and a warm ground to grow up ( but according to some other they need to approx 65 to 90 days for grow in a proper condition).
A tiny watermelon needs to only 45 days to grow.
Benefits of Watermelon
Watermelon is rich with the vitamin. These vitamins are vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin k, or full of potassium, iron, some value of copper, manganese, selenium and zinc.
According to the American Health Association, watermelon is a certified heart-healthy food.
It may not contain as much
Watermelon is a natural or pure diuretic. It is very helpful for renal disorder patients ( kidney disorder ).
It helps to improve the nerves function. And potassium present in it helps the muscles.
In both forms as fresh fruit or a fresh vegetable, It is one of the best dietary