Not only is everyone's favorite summer fruit made up of 92% water, it’s also a leading source of lycopene, an antioxidant that the Mayo Institute says may reduce a guy’s risk of prostate cancer. Other health benefits include vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin B6. For an extra refreshing post-workout boost, cut it up into convenient cubes or scoop out balls using a melon ball scooper (trim off the rind to save space) and then sock it away in your freezer. You can either eat it frozen (it'll taste like a sweet slushie) or thaw it out slowly in the fridge overnight.
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