Thursday, October 21, 2010


I saw a cute posting today on and just had to share it.  What caught me wasn't the article, its facts or the health benefits it was pointing out.. NO, what caught me was this uber cute photo of this adorable puppy eating a watermelon.. How could you not melt? LOL maybe it's because I have my own little new puppy at home or maybe it's because I have always been a sucker for adorable puppies, but this photo was just too cute not to share.

In case you are interested the posting said:

Watermelon, aside from being delish can also lower blood pressure!!
Researchers at Florida State University say that watermelon contains the amino acid L-citrulline/L-arginine, which improves arterial function and therefore help lower blood pressure.
The study that was recently done finds that there was improved arterial function and lowered blood pressure in all nine pre-hypertensive adults, four men and five women, who ate watermelon daily for six weeks.
Let’s bring out the watermelon!


  1. I love the little puppy tongue sticking out - so cute!

  2. What great news about watermelon! I will have to pick one up when I go to the farmer's market this weekend and give myself some heart health! LOL By the way, this picture is too cute!

  3. Too cute! Thanks for the follow! I am following you back!

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  5. That is a cute puppy! I also happen to have a watermelon sitting on my counter. I think that i will stop blogging and have myself a piece. Thanks for sharing this info. New follower via the Friday blog hops.


  6. Hi,

    I am your new follower. That pic is sooo cute!

    I invite you to my "Christmas Cheer" holiday event , mark the date and don't miss it!

  7. There are amazing benefits from some unknown fruits.Sometimes we find ourselves surprised reading about them.Since it is also a very tasty and favorite fruit good to hear of it's benefits...what about the diabetic patients?