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Tofu is a good source of protein, B vitamins, and iron and contains no animal fat, and has been proven to reduce wrinkling.

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Bold Lip Color: Fair, Cool Skin; Medium Hair

Bold Lip Color: Fair, Cool Skin

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Tunisian Egg Scramble

Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen share their recipes for Tunisian Egg Scramble, a heart-healthy breakfast.

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Dr Oz: Skinny Women Don't Get Cellulite? What is a Dry Brush For?

Is it true that skinny women don’t get Cellulite? Dr Oz debunked myths and explained inexpensive solutions, such as the use of an exfoliating dry brush.

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Dr Oz: Switching Hands, Mirror Writing + DHA Dose by Dr Majid Fotuhi

Dr Oz shared four steps to boost your brain, such as switching hands, mirror writing, and a healthy DHA dose from neurologist and author Dr Majid Fotuhi.

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Dr Oz: Kick the Sugar Action Plan + Managing Withdrawal Triggers

With all its negative health effects, do you want to Kick the Sugar? Dr Oz shared a five-step action plan that will help you manage withdrawal and relapse.

Iced tangerine green tea - Dr. Oz's metabolism boosting "weight orade" - NOTE: I don't know who Dr. Oz is but if this tastes ok, it's worth a shot!

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What’s Your Eye Shape?

What's Your Eye Shape?

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Rolo Brownies Recipe


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#OzPhoneHome: B Vitamins for Nerve Pain + Crow's Feet Vitamin Remedy

Dr Oz says that vitamins are the key to healthy skin. Over the years, skin can age and dry out. But Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E can help to fill in the cracks, keep your elastin alive and build up collagen.

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food for healthy skin


How to: The Sliver of Sparkle Eyeliner

Ahh, summer. The season of <a href="">sun-kissed skin</a> that barely even needs makeup and salt-air tousled hair that hardly calls for all the texturizing products w...

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Defend Heart Disease With Health Benefits of Nuts

Health Benefits of Nuts via dailysuperfoodlove: Consuming 1.5 ounces of unseasoned nuts daily as part of a healthy diet may reduce the risk of heart disease. Reap the health benefits of nuts by eating them in replacement of foods that are high in saturated fats and limit your intake of these tasty treats to 1 to 2 oz per day.


Ask the Experts: How Do I Prevent My Eye Makeup from Running?

MAKEUP TIP: how to prevent eye makeup from running