Watermelon contains lycopene and Vitamin C, but is composed mostly of water and sugar. Lycopene is a very powerful nutrient that is also found in tomatoes.
You're that old and you need to know? Well... let's see, it depends on your height. After all, a 5 foot 42 year old shouldn't weigh the same as a 6 foot 42 year old. Do you now see why your question is flawed? I'm 65 and still don't know! LOL Seriously, as the above poster stated it depends on heigh and bone structure. Your doctor should be weighing you and telling you your correct weight when you go for your yearly physical. I'm unfortunately over-weight by 20 lbs., and have been on a good diet for 2 months and I'm losing that weight. As we grow older (especially women that have had children) the fat tends to stay around the waist, stomach, butt and upper legs.
A diet lacking in an essential amino acid can cause numerous mental and physical effects. A few examples include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, and changes to texture of skin and hair.
"No. But animal fat is high in saturated fat, so it's not healthful either."
Alligator fat is not poisonous. At the same time, it's not something you would want to eat and has a rancid type taste.
4oz in the morning will be optimal.