My watermelon memories go way back…
Thumping and selecting the perfect melon at the local produce stand, chilling it to perfection, slicing a big wedge and devouring the dark, juicy fruit, and wiping the excess juice from my chin wi... Read more
You ate them in February, from half a continent away, and they were flat and bland—passable, but nothing to write home about. Now, you take a bite from one grown half a mile away, and it’s spectacular—sweet, juicy, and flavorful.
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In the US, we enjoy practically unlimited access to any food any time of the year. Although it's nice to have watermelon in February and asparagus in August, many people don't even know that foods have a season, let alone what foods are in se... Read more
Did you know that ants can lift up to 50 times their own weight? This goes to show that power can come from small places. The same theory applies to power foods.
Power foods are a combination of low calories and high nutrients, or foods th... Read more
Research actually shows that snacking in between meals, or even eating 4-5 smaller meals throughout the day, is better for you than the traditional two or three larger meal routine. That is, of course, if you are eating nutritious snacks instead... Read more
Do you take Vitamin D for weight loss? Every morning I take 2,000 iu of Vitamin D . Vit. D seems to help with weight loss , also the immune system, bones, heart etc.How much Vit D do you take ? 252... Read more
I did some research and found that the top 5 nutrients for energy is Potassium, Iron, Magnesium, Zine, and Vitamin E. No matter what I seem to eat though, I just can't reach those goals for the day. Sodium (tracking just for general purpose) seems... Read more
I think the answer is "no, there's no harm" but I wanted to ask here. I am not looking to get pregnant but know prenatal viatimins are loaded with a ton of good stuff for a woman's body..is there any harm for an average 33 year old woman to take pren... Read more
Waternelon is high glycemic, a diabetic should limit themselves to 1 cup and definetily talk to their health educator. It has Vitamins A & C, Magnesium. Cartenoids in watermelon also help to cure high blood sugar levels, there is lots of fiber & when... Read more
A Watermelon contains more than 90% water and is low in calories. 1 cup around 48 calories and 11.5 carbs, . The bonus is that carbs in watermelon will not make you fat. The glycemic load is 4, so learn how each fruit affects your blood sugar. Al... Read more
Watermelon is a staple on nearly every summer table, but did you know that it’s also a powerful and versatile health food: it has less than 50 calories per serving; it is an abundant source of vitamins C, A, and B6; plus, its 90% water, which m... Read more
Longevity is the new buzzword. You can't walk into a bookstore without tripping over a best seller about extending your life. With good reason: Centenarians are one of the country's fastest-growing demographic groups; in fact, the U.S. Census... Read more
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