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E-NEWS - Will This Jennifer Aniston-Approved Drink Prevent the Signs of Aging?

Let's get one thing straight: Collagen is your friend.
Whether you apply it topically, inject it (i.e. lip injections and wrinkle fillers) or take it orally (in supplement form), the naturally-produced protein is arguably the most effective age-fighting ingredient.

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TODAY USA: See why this spice has celebs and experts talking.

Turmeric has had a spike in popularity all over the world, from being used by celebrities like Beyonce to being added to dessert recipes. This spice reputedly has healing qualities in addition to adding flavor to food. Learn how turmeric can be useful in your kitchen.

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DAILY MAIL UK - Food lover puts 'miracle' health fad beloved by Gwyneth Paltrow and Salma Hayek to the test.

With Gwyneth Paltrow, Shailene Woodley, and Salma Hayek among the many celebrities touting the benefits of nutrient-rich bone broth, it was only a matter of time that the trendy new beverage would be transformed into a full-on diet plan.

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CELEBRITY ENDORSEMENTS - Nothing but Broth

Many celebrities have begun touting the benefits of a powerful, ancient soup known for its health prowess – bone broth. From NBA players to famous actresses known for their beauty and longevity, these soups and stocks have recently become the “in” nutritional supplement.

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GOLD COAST BULLETIN: Casuarina Seaside Vet owner Dr Andy Pieris comes up with golden turmeric lattes for dogs

DOGS and their owners are going barking mad for golden turmeric lattes.

Casuarina veterinarian Dr Andy Pieris came up with the innovative doggie drink to help her patients improve their health.

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DAILY MAIL: The spice of life: Sir Michael Caine reveals he eats turmeric to keep his brain sharp

Screen legend Sir Michael Caine has revealed his secret to keeping a razor-sharp brain – the Indian spice turmeric.
The 80-year-old double Oscar winner says a supplement containing the spice helps him ward off the effects of ageing.

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BBC NEWS: Could turmeric really boost your health?

"...It was really exciting, to be honest. We found one particular gene which showed the biggest difference. And what's interesting is that we know this particular gene is involved in three specific diseases: depression, asthma and eczema, and cancer. This is a really striking finding."

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DAILY MAIL: Turmeric - Nature's wonder drug! The healthiest herbs & spices revealed

Ounce for ounce, herbs and spices have more antioxidants than any other food group.
This means they can help prevent the initial triggering of mutations in your DNA that could lead to cancer or other diseases.

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THE TELEGRAPH: How turmeric became the spice of the summer - and why you should put it on your face

Still starting the day with a green juice? You might think it’s the height of healthsome fashion, but this summer, the drink to be sipping is a turmeric latte. The vivid golden drink, made from cold-pressed turmeric juice and nut milk, first gained popularity in the States and Australia.

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DOGS NATURALLY MAGAZINE: Turmeric For Dogs - 5 Reasons why your dog needs turmeric

Turmeric contains a compound called curcumin – which is essentially its active ingredient. Curcumin has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, wound healing and anticancer activities. It can help fight diseases like arthritis, diabetes, cancer, liver disease...