Shaving Makes Hair Grow Back Darker And Thicker..
Not true! Stubble only appears thicker until it grows out a little, and then tapers a bit. As for the colour, it's the sun and chemicals that lighten up, so your little sprouts are just your natural colour, nothing darker.
Reading In Dim Light Ruins Your Eyesight..
The answer is not true! Reading in low dim light will not change the health or function of our eyes. If it were true then prior to Thomas Edison's discovery of the electric light bulb, majority of the people living in the past would have lost their eyesight due to writing or reading under the shade of dim light candles. But yes, reading in dim can lead to temporary eyestrain. Therefore, it is recommended that you read under proper lighting..
We Use Only 10% Of Our Brains...
While it's so tempting to use this as an excuse for the silly behavior your friend does, this is an other myth that is not true. In actuality, brain imaging studies show that no area of the brain is completely silent or unused..
Watermelon is not only delicious, but extremely healthy, as well. Watermelons are a great snack for both children and adults, for the reason that they contain practically no fat. Watermelons are in nature an excellent source of vitamins A,C and B6. They are also a great source of potassium, and extremely low in sodium. In fact there is evidence that watermelons were grown by the ancient Egyptians. It was founded in 4000 B.C. and is still a universal fruit that continues to be a favourite of many.
Watermelon has a higher water content and lower calorie content than many other fruits. A whole cup of watermelon contains only 48 calories, but it delivers more nutrients per calorie! Researchers believe that beta-carotene and vitamin C that are present in Watermelons are capable of preventing heart disease, cancer, and other chronic conditions. Watermelon is also a valuable source of lycopene which has been extensively studied for its antioxidant and cancer- preventing properties which can fight diseases like prostrate cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer and colorectal cancer.
So whether you choose watermelons for their health benefits or simply for their good taste, they can be an excellent snack, summer dish or gardening project...
I LOVE WATERMELONS...!! WHAT ABOUT YOU?:D