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How to Pick the Perfect Watermelon Fool Proof Secrets Exposed Choosing the Best Ripe Watermelon

Watermelon is a delicious snack on its own, mixed in a fruit salad, or even grilled with some blue cheese and prosciutto.

Itís also loaded with health benefits like vitamin C and A, and heavy with Lycopene a natural anti-oxidant along with the Amino Acid Citrulline which helps maintain your immune system.

Choosing a proper watermelon is paramount though, the fruit should be ripe and not picked too early, and here are a few specific things you need to look for.

It should feel heavy for its size. Whether is a big one or a little one its weight indicates that itís full of water and ripe.

Make sure itís symmetrical in shape, this means it received a consistent amount of sunshine and water during its growth.

Look at the field spot. Itís the dark yellow spot indicating where the watermelon sat on the ground and ripened.

The darker the spot the better, youíll want to avoid the melon if the yellow is too light, that generally means itís been picked too soon.

The skin should be dark green in color with a dull appearance; a shiny watermelon is usually not yet ripe. Also important is that you see no bruises on the skin.

 

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About the Author: Mark Delano is the Managing Editor and handles all day to day operations for HealthyMale.com. He is a personal fitness trainer, nutritionist and avid mountain biker who also enjoys exploring the trails of Arizona. Besides his everyday duties at HealthyMale, Mark is also a guest columnist for several blogs related to men's health.

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