Source of plenty of vitamins, the watermelon is not just useful for reducing heart and blood problems, but also boosts your immune system. Remember when you last ate a slice of a watermelon and you were almost instantly energized? That’s because of rich content in vitamins (C, B6, A etc.), antioxidants, amino acids and more. Scientific research done to discover what is in the watermelon that gives it specific taste, has come across some interesting results. High blood pressure gets lower and other issues related with the heart are getting better with the consumption of this moist fruit. If your friends and family are not that eager to share a slice with you, there are plenty of ways to make the watermelon more appealing.
The classical method is to cut it into triangle slices. But use special (star, heart) shaped cutters or a spoon to improve the output of the watermelon’s content. Be bold and handcraft impressive artistic sculptures out of one. With the help of some skewers and a bunch of other small fruits, you could make a miniature grill that will boost your energy output of the day to the fullest. Either way you serve it, make sure you enjoy at least one watermelon per week. It’s in your best interest!