Watermelon is without a doubt one of Ghana's and the world's most delectable fruits. The fruit, which is 92 percent water, is not only delicious but also healthy.
When it comes to watermelon, you can't go wrong because it's edible in all sections. The most significant parts are thought to be the seeds and rinds, which are packed with vitamins and minerals.
Antioxidants in watermelon aid in preventing cancer, diabetes, hypertension, and a variety of other diseases.
Despite its many advantages, this luscious fruit may not be suitable for everyone. The fact that watermelon may be easily stuffed is undoubtedly a contributing factor. As a result, if you have any of the following issues, you should be cautious about how you take this fruit.
1.Addiction to alcohol
Studies have indicated that if you consume too much alcohol, you should avoid watermelon consumption if you truly want to save your liver. When lycopene, a main component of watermelon, interacts with alcohol, it causes liver damage.
2. Low blood pressure
Because of its high water content, eating too much watermelon can lower blood pressure. Watermelon should not be considered by people with low blood pressure.
IIt's a good idea to seek medical advice before eating too much of it, especially if you have one of the illnesses listed above.
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