Anti-Aging Chef Francois Bronn’s Latest Alkalinizing Dish!

Crown of Watermelon with Creamy Feta Cheese, Caper Berries, Toasted Almonds & Spiced Syrup
Serves 6-8
This is a fresh, light & sexy dish, very easy to prepare.
A watermelon contains about 6% sugar and 91% water by weight.  As with many other fruits, it is a source of vitamin C and considered one of the world’s most healthiest foods.
Watermelons contains a significant amount of citrulline.  Citrulline is an amino acid that is commonly converted by our kidneys and other organ systems into arginine (another amino acid).
Phenolic compounds in watermelon—including flavonoids, carotenoids, and triterpenoids—make this fruit a choice for anti-inflammatory and antioxidant health benefits.

If you are purchasing a pre-cut watermelon that has already been sliced into halves or quarters, choose the flesh that is deepest in color and lacks any white streaking. If the watermelon is seeded, the seeds should also be deep in color, or white.

When purchasing a whole, uncut watermelon, there are several features to you’ll want to evaluate. The first is its weight. A fully ripened watermelon will feel heavy for its size. Heaviness in a watermelon is a good thing because the water content of a watermelon will typically increase along with ripening, and a fully ripened watermelon will be over 90% water in terms of weight, and water is one of the heaviest components in any food. Continue reading

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