Summer has begun, and as temperatures rise, everyone needs foods that will keep the body cool and not even dehydrated. And what can be better than watermelon when it comes to maintaining a proper amount of water and cooling the body.
92% of this delicious fruit contains water and is also beneficial to health. Not only does it taste great, but it also contains many natural ingredients such as vitamin A, B sucks and C, potassium, Lycopene, and others.
However, the fact is that eating too much of it can cause harm.
Risk of cholera and other problems
Watermelon is an excellent source of water and nutrients can also be made through it, but eating too much of this fruit can cause digestive problems such as diarrhea, flatulence, gas, etc. The present ingredient is sorbitol which disrupts the digestive system. Likewise, Lycopene can cause this problem.
Increase glucose levels
If you are diabetic, there is a strong possibility that consuming high watermelon raises blood sugar levels. It is definitely beneficial for health, but the presence of a glycemic index in it can be harmful to diabetics, so consult your doctor before eating it daily.
Sodium or salt levels decrease if the amount of water in the body increases, which can cause dizziness or other problems. Eating a high amount of watermelon can increase the amount of water in the body, and if it is not exhausted, it can increase blood volume, cause swelling in the legs, fatigue, weaken the kidneys.
Too much potassium is also harmful
Watermelon is a good source of potassium, and this ingredient is very beneficial for keeping the heart healthy while also strengthening the bones and feces. However, excessive potassium component anesthetics can be associated with blood vessels such as heartburn Increases the risk of dysfunction, weak heartbeat, etc.
What amount of watermelon should I eat in a day?
Experts say that 100 grams of watermelon contain 30 calories and since it contains water it can easily be consumed for half a kilo which is equal to 150 calories, but also know that 100 grams watermelon contains 6 grams. If there is sweetness or sugar, this amount will reach 30 grams in half a kilo of watermelon.
Watermelon is a common fruit found in summer, which is eaten by pulp and its juice can also be made. Where it has many other benefits, it also has its disadvantages, which few people know because it is the season of watermelon and the heat and with it, Ramadan is coming, so we will tell you today that watermelon. What are the disadvantages so that you do not over-feed due to overheating and damage rather than gain.
Watermelon mattresses have a reddish, sweeter taste and are sweeter and provide greater benefit if used on an empty stomach. Similarly, watermelon is effective if eaten in combination with sugar, but its use with rice is harmful, watermelon should not be eaten before eating it.
Watermelon reduces the amount of saffron in the stomach and quenches thirst. Especially in the heat of April, May, and June, it is often used to reduce body temperature and heat. Older and colder people should not eat watermelon, according to Ataba. Watermelon is high in water, so it also helps in kidney and bladder stones.
Ibn Sina, in his well-known book “Al-Qa’un,” quotes the benefits of watermelon as it reaches the stomach and becomes a very beneficial form. Its seeds are extremely effective for skin cleansing and can be effective for eye diseases if the scalp is applied on the forehead.
Old-fashioned and current modern-day physicians agree that tuberose should not be used immediately after meals, in which case it can cause harm and can be especially severe. Watermelon should be eaten at least 3 hours before or 6 hours after meals. Use of it immediately after meals is likely to cause colon or abdominal pain.