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    Is Eating Watermelon Before Bed Safe Or Not? Find Out

    Summer is here, which means that it is the time to enjoy those delicious, juicy watermelons. But what is the best time to consume them? Is it safe to ...
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    Updated at - 2020-05-24,08:30 IST
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    Watermelon is one of the most nutritious fruits known to humans. This juicy, red fruit is packed with nutrients and antioxidants that can do wonders for our health. They are an excellent source of vitamins A, B6, and C which keeps a check on our blood pressure levels. Watermelons contain a nutrient called lycopene which is great for your vision and it also promotes heart health. Moreover, they are extremely beneficial to eat in summer as they have a high water content which keeps us hydrated. Not only does it help in beating the heat, but it also helps in losing weight. 

    With so many health benefits, all packed into one delicious fruit, yet there are many who are weary of having them at certain points in a day. For instance, according to old wives' tale, eating watermelon during the night may cause cold and cough. But is it really true? Can you consume them any hour of the day? Scroll on to find out.

    Is It Safe To Eat Watermelon At Night?

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    There is no scientific proof that eating watermelons at night can be harmful to your health. But as per Ayurveda, consuming watermelon at night can cause irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive problems. Watermelons also contain a huge percentage of water which can lead to frequent trips to the toilet leading to poor sleep and sleep deprivation and fatigue the other day. Moreover, it is packed with sugar which may promote weight gain.

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    The Bottomline

    Well, we are sorry to break this to you but it is not advisable to consume watermelon at night. You can either eat them in the morning or afternoon, but not after that. 

    Disclaimer: All content, including tips and suggestions, is entirely based on research and data available on the internet. So, it is advised not to construe it as professional medical advice and consult a doctor before making any changes in your diet.

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