A Sweet Way to Stay Healthy
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Melon Up!® Pink Ribbon Watermelon

The American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR) recommends a plant-based diet. That means making vegetables and fruits – including watermelon – as well as whole grain foods and legumes (dry beans) the focus of your meals. Many plant-based foods are good sources of fiber, as well as key nutrients and phytonutrients that may reduce the risks of some cancers. (www.aicr.org).
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Seedless Watermelon

Did You Know?

Watermelon is the lycopene leader in fresh produce—two cups contain an average of 18.16 mg. (compared to tomatoes at 4mg.) ( www.watermelon.org)