There’s no question that the food that you put into your body now affect your heart health later.
Making better food choices can keep your heart in great condition and help prevent heart disease.
This low-calorie water-based fruit is a great snack.
It’s high in fiber and full of antioxidants.
“It’s a fabulous source of lycopene, which has been linked to a lower risk for heart disease and cancer. Watermelon also supplies citrulline, which may improve the health of our blood vessels and may even have benefits for people with erectile dysfunction and diabetes,” explains cardiologist Dr. Sarah Samaan.