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FOODS THAT  YOU SHOULD EAT DAILY FOR CLEAN ARTERIES

The other day my dad went to see his doctor. My dad was scheduled to receive results from his latest blood test, but they didn’t turn out as he had hoped. The doctor told my dad that he had high cholesterol.
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WHAT IS THE “MEMORY AGE” ?

Close your eyes. Really, close them. Now, picture yourself. How old do you look in your mind? That right there, my Lovelies, is what we are calling your “Memory Age”. Now, compare her to how old are you really? Did you find much of a difference? If you did, you’re not alone.
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FOODS TO EAT FOR FLAWLESS SKIN

You don't have to spend a fortune on skin care products to get a glowing complexion. Eating lean proteins, fatty acids, and antioxidants can help your skin glow. There may be some truth to the saying you are what you eat — at least when it comes to your skin.
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THE WORST EXERCISE THAT AGES YOU FASTER

Exercise that was once considered the most effective way to look younger, get leaner and more fit, now linked to accelerated aging, inflammation and chronic age-related diseases. Plus, what you can do instead to slow the aging process down to a crawl, so you can burn off age-related weight and look and feel yearts younger!
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THE IMPORTANCE OF ESSENTIAL OILS

Essential oils are extremely prized substances whose extraction is an ancient art. Also known as etheric oils, they are natural products, obtained from plant material rich in essences belonging to medicinal herbs and plants, commonly known as aromatic herbs.
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COMMON ELDERLY HEALTH ISSUES YOU SHOULD PAY ATTENTION TO

Getting older can seem daunting, greying hair, wrinkles, forgetting where you parked the car. All jokes aside, aging can bring about unique health issues. With seniors accounting for 12 percent of the world’s population­...
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HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD DRINK A GLASS OF WATER ON AN EMPTY STOMACH EVERY MORNING

People nowadays usually start their day by drinking a cup of coffee or tea to wake them up and give them enough energy for the rest of the day. Some of us have a glass of water to hydrate the organism that has been asleep.
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SKIN CARE: SENSE AND SENSIVITY

Think your target consumers are feeling a little sensitive these days? You’re right. According to The NPD Group’s 2017 Women’s Facial Skincare Consumer Report, more and more women perceive their skin as sensitive—48% among facial skin care users in 2017, versus 44% in 2015.
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ONCOLOGISTS WARN YOU ABOUT THIS FOODS THAT CAUSE CANCER

You know the seriousness of cancer. You know the toll it takes mentally, emotionally, financially, spiritually, and physically. It causes stress in your own mind and body as well as in your relationships with friends and family.
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M3 – THE OVERNIGHT HIGHLY NOURISHING CREAM

Formulated for mature and dull skins, this cream contain moisturising and nourishing oils and butters like Avocado, Jojoba, Coconut, Macadamia and Olive Oil. These combine with the restructuring and toning properties of Centella Asiatica, Mimosa...
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THE BENEFITS GINGER WATER GIVES YOU TO YOUR HEALTH

All people have already seen, on the web, thousands of natural solutions to slim down. However, this powerful treatment with ginger water is totally different to all, and it really works.
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HOW 70 BECAME THE NEW 20

It’s an exciting and groundbr­eaking time to be a part of the beauty industry. Social media has given consumers a voice to reach cosmetic companies around the globe, while the digital beauty revolution has made it possible for consumers to find the beauty and personal care product that perfectly fits their personal criteria.
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COMMON SKINCARE INGREDIENTS COULD BE THE CAUSE OF YOUR BREAKOUTS

If you're prone to breakouts, you probably have an arsenal of products to treat them, but not all are actually helpful. These are the 10 ingredients that could be making your acne worse
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ARE BABY CARROTS HEALTHY ? 

In the 1980's supermarkets were even more concerned with proper shape and size of produce than they are today. Consumers expected carrots to be a particular size, shape, and color. Anything that didn’t fit the image was sold for juice or processing or animal feed, or often simply thrown away.
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FIVE REASON TO HIT THE POOL 

There are plenty of ways to get your daily workout without breaking too much of a sweat, but with summer on the way even a brisk walk can be an uncomfortable prospect.
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HOW THE MUSIC THERAPY CAN HELP YOU BE HEALTY

From our primal ancestors to ancient Egypt, Mozart to Sinatra, and Birgit Nilsson to Ariana Grande, music has been one of the few constants throughout human civilization. Early civilizations in Africa used expertly crafted drums to send messages across long distances of up to four miles.
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THE SECRET VILLAGE

For sure most of you have been in Rome, Venice or Florence. While this triumvirate of tourist destinations is a must-do for any first-time visitor to Italy, many of the country’s greatest charms can only be experienced in small Italian villages—places where you can slip away from the crowds, wander down deserted cobblestone lanes, and get a first-hand look at how the locals live.
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THE ART OF CHEWING

Chewing, like breathing, is one of those things we take for granted but probably shouldn’t because the chewing process triggers a number of bodily functions designed to promote health and well-being throughout the body.
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TOXIC COOKWARE

Most people don’t really consider their cookware part of a healthy diet, but, according to a recent article posted by Dr. Axe, certified doctor of natural medicine, doctor of chiropractic and clinical nutritionist, “I have to warn you — the products you’re using to cook healthy food on a daily basis, just may be toxic!”
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PROBIOTICS: THE KEY TO LONGEVITY AND GOOD HEALTH IS IN YOUR GUT

Most of us are familiar with microscopic bacteria as the cause for illnesses and infections of the ear, urinary tract, bladder, kidney, skin, and the respiratory tract which includes sore throats, sinusitis, and pneumonia. Bacteria usually aren’t associated with good news and are regularly eliminated after a visit to the doctor and a few week’s prescription of an antibiotic.
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THE BENEFITS OF GREEN TEA (MATCHA)

High levels of antioxidants found in the leaves have proven effective at lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, reducing arthritic inflammation, and providing both bone and memory boosts. For seniors, a daily dose of green tea is a simple and effective way to enhance your health.
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THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF BATHING

Do you find yourself always taking a shower instead of indulging in the luxury of a bath? Don’t think that baths are just for pampering; they actually have quite a few health benefits for your body, mind and spirit. In fact, bathing once per day can help address a host of health issues and concerns.
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BEE HEALTHY

Most of us perceive bees as a buzzing summertime nuisance with the potential to cause pain. We swat them, stomp on them, spray them, and squish them between the folds of napkins to rid ourselves of their sting.
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P1: THE  DEEP CLEANSING FACIAL SCRUB GEL

The FRAME P1 is a light, refreshing gel to be used to cleanse the skin’s surface. Suitable for cleansing normal or combination skins. The micro particles of the scrub come from olive stones and have a significant cleaning action, removing the external layer of dead epithelial cells and leaving skin looking fresh, polished and radiant.
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STUDY SAYS LIMIT ALCOHOL TO ONE DRINK A DAY

Here's some sobering news: A large international study says adults should average no more than one alcoholic drink per day, and that means drinking guidelines in many countries may be far too loose. The study found that people who down more than seven drinks a week can expect to die sooner than those who drink less.
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DEMOGRAPHICS ON AGING AROUND THE WORLD

According to the National Institute of Health, the world’s population comprised of those 65 and over, continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. “This rapid growth is largely due to people living longer”, says the study An Aging World, commissioned by the National Institute on Aging, a subsidiary of the NIH.
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SURPRISING SKIN CANCER RISKS YOU MIGHT BE IGNORING:

Some sour news for citrus lovers: People who consumed citrus, like orange juice or a grapefruit, at least once a day had a 36 percent higher skin cancer risk compared with those who consumed citrus fewer than two times a week, according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, which followed more than 100,000 adults for 25 years.
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MEDITATING CAN PREVENT AGE-RELATED MENTAL DECLINE

A recent study finds that a continuous meditation practice is associated with improvements in sustained attention. Yet researchers continue to study how the ancient practice, an act of mindfulness intended to still the chatty mind, affects the brain, stress levels, and one’s overall health, making the case that it can have a lasting impact on one’s quality of life.
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IT’S THYME TIME

Thyme oil comes from the perennial herb known as Thymus vulgaris. This herb is a member of the mint family, and it’s used for cooking, mouthwashes, potpourri and aromatherapy. It’s native to southern Europe from the western Mediterranean to southern Italy.
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ERNESTINE SHEPHERD: THE 80 YEARS OLD BODYBUILDING DIVA

Ernestine “Ernie” Shepherd, at age 80, is a personal trainer, a professional model, a competitive bodybuilder and happier and more fulfilled than she’s ever been in her life.
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EXFOLIATION

Most of the time when people hear the word “exfoliate” they think of beauty regimens. However, exfoliation is not just beneficial for your face but your entire body. Remember, your skin is the largest organ in your body and “one of the key components of the body’s built-in detoxification system.
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CHEROPHOBIA: THE FEAR OF BEING HAPPY

Some people are scared of happiness and joy. This doesn't mean they are sad all the time, but they avoid activities and social events they think will be fun. It's usually a defence mechanism that stems from trauma or conflict. Therapy can help people work through their past and look to the future without fear.
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SHIGEAKI HINOHARA: How To Live Longer And Be Happy Every Day

Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara was born in 1911, at a time when the average Japanese person was unlikely to live past the age of 40. Because of this, he never missed an opportunity to defy the odds and live his long life fully.
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WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM OTHER PEOPLE’S REGRETS

Regrets. We all have them — things said or done; things left unsaid or undone. Paths that weren’t followed; opportunities missed due to fear or insecurity. The list is long, but one of the biggest regrets in life reported by a large number of people is not being there for someone at the end of life.
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DRINKING BOTTLED WATER MEANS DRINKING MICROPLASTIC ?

If your drinking water is typically bottled there’s a good chance you’re consuming microplastic particles with every drink, according to a new study. Looking at more than 250 water bottles sourced from eleven brands in nine different countries, the study revealed that Microplastic contamination was found in more than 90% of the samples tested.
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THE TOP TEN EUROPEAN OLIVE OIL PRODUCERS

The best olive oils from Italy are ready for chefs, buyers, simple foodies or consumers everywhere who know the tradition and the great value of high-quality extra virgin olive oils. The contest called 'Il Magnifico' that was open to European producers, in line with the recognition that Europe is a “Magnificent land”, where olive oil production excels both in quantity and quality.
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JUST HOW LONG CAN THE PEOPLE LIVE ?

It’s one of the juiciest debates in science. There’s an oddly persistent myth that people have always had a good chance of living to a ripe old age if they could just survive childhood. Socrates was old, after all, and what about Ben Franklin?
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WHAT ARE HERBAL INFUSIONS?

Herbal infusions and decoctions are an easy way to make a potent drink and extract the oils and flavours from herbs. It is a method which is often used in natural remedies like tonics. Whenever you make tea, you are actually making an infusion.
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THE 3 SIMPLE RULES TO LOSE WEIGHT:

It’s almost universally agreed that losing weight is not an easy task, as it requires discipline, determination, and focus. However, a 37-year-old Amanda Wood found three things that made losing weight so effective, she managed to drop 150 pounds in just about 2 years.
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GENETIC CONTROL OF AGING & LIFE SPAN:

What determines how long a person will live? Many things affect longevity, but could a single gene play a large role in the length of the human life span? The action of a single gene can have huge effects on how long a creature lives.
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ITALY’S STRUGGLING ECONOMY HAS WORDL’S HEALTHIEST PEOPLE

When it comes to living a long life, Italy is the place to be. The high-heeled boot surrounded by five seas is ranked the healthiest country on Earth in the Bloomberg Global Health Index     of 163 countries. A baby born in Italy can expect to live to be an octogenarian.
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THE FRAME® MADE TO MEASURE PLATFORM

In order to satisfy the needs of individual customers, our on-line platform offers a personal "made-to-measure" service, dedicated to users with specific requirements or with skin or health conditions (those with sensitive or extremely damaged skin; mixed skin color; those who have undergone gender reassignment or hormone therapy etc.)
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AGE SPOTS ON OLDER PEOPLE:

Also called liver spots and solar lentigines, are small dark areas on your skin. They vary in size and usually appear on the face, hands, shoulders and arms - areas most exposed to the sun. Very common in adults older than 50, but younger people can get them too.
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SUPER LOVE: COMFORT BOWLS FOR QUICK AND NOURISHING SUPPERS

David Bez is an Italian art director and designer who loves food. Five years ago, he challenged himself to create a new salad, every workday, and he's photographed and recorded his creations on his blog, SaladPride.
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P2: THE ACTIVE MOISTURIZING HIGHLY PROTECTIVE DAY CREAM

Light, soft and easily absorbed, this face cream was formulated by FRAME labs for young skin. Advanced sunscreens protect the skin from ageing caused by UVA and UVB rays whilst the plant extracts Aloe, Blueberry, Argan and Pomegranate support this function with their remarkable antioxidant and free-radical scavenging nature.
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BEARDS ARE GOING OUT OF FASHION?

If we have reached ‘Peak Beard’ it’s bad news for men everywhere. It may not come as a surprise to anyone who has spent a lot of time in hipster coffee shops or gentrifying urban neighborhoods, but scientists say we are reaching “peak beard.”
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TATTOOED SENIORS AND THE ETERNAL QUESTION:

When deciding to get a tattoo, it's hard not to think about what your piece will look like when you get older.Tattoos are forever. We repeat: FOREVER.
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OMEGA3DE: 90 PURE MEDITERRANEAN FATTY ACIDS + VITAMINS

Fish oil is oil derived from the tissues of oily fish. Fish oils contain the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), precursors of certain eicosanoids that are known to reduce inflammation in the body.
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TRANSGENDER & SKINCARE

Given the complexities of the transitioning process, transgender individuals may face unique dermatologic needs in addition to routine care. For the transgender individual whose misrepresentative outer appearance is at the root of their personal conflict, it may be clear how the skin is a critical component of establishing self-harmony.
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YASMINA ROSSI: THE GRANDMOTHER STILL GOING STRONG AS FASHION MODEL 

In their late 20s, most women aren’t considering modelling careers, let alone at 59. But not only is 59-year-old grandmother Yasmina Rossi a fashion model, she’s a successful one too, working with numerous famous international brands...
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