Watermelon is rich in nutrients and can hold a lot of water. For this reason, they are a suitable fruit for maintaining hydration and overall health.
However, as with all fruits, watermelons naturally contain sugars. Therefore, people following a ketogenic diet may worry that eating watermelon could take them out of ketosis, the metabolic process that burns fat instead of carbs.
A ketogenic, or keto, diet is an eating plan containing high amounts of fat, moderate amounts of protein, and very low amounts of carbohydrates. As sugars are carbohydrates, it is reasonable to assume that watermelons are not keto-friendly.
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