Our expert says:
Watermelon is low in energy (about 32 kcal per 100g), but you need to ensure that you don't eat too much. A big slice could weigh 200 g, thus you would be ingesting 64 kcal at a time and if this is repeated too often, the energy could mount up. So just be moderate in your intake. From a nutritional point of view, watermelon does not contain large quantities of nutrients, except some potassium and a small amount of vitamin C.
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