EN on Foods
August, 2006 Issue
Sweet, Refreshing Watermelon a Nutritious Treat
Over 1,200 varieties of watermelon are grown worldwide. The red varieties are a lycopene leader among fresh produce; research suggests that foods rich in lycopene may reduce the risk of prostate cancer, heart disease and some other age-related diseases.
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