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Should You Eat Collagen?

Submitted by admin on Mon, 01/07/2019 - 15:54

Collagen seems to be the nutrition craze du jour. People are adding collagen to coffee, smoothies and more in hopes that it will help promote anti-aging and alleviate wrinkles and arthritis symptoms. But does eating collagen equate to a healthier you? Here's a closer look at what collagen is, what it does and whether you should give it a try.

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Foods for Beautiful Skin

Submitted by admin on Mon, 01/07/2019 - 13:07

 

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Sunscreen helps to keep your skin healthy and beautiful, protecting it from the outside in—but certain foods can shield your skin from damage from the inside out. In fact, research supports the idea that certain vitamins do help to protect our skin. Better yet, many of the same foods that can boost your defenses against skin cancer (the most common type of cancer) will also help keep your skin looking younger and smoother and ward off wrinkles.

Can You Lose Weight After Menopause?

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1-Day Healthy Memory-Boosting Meal Plan

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Chowing down on six or more servings of dark leafy greens a week could help fend off Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.

Drinking Coffee Might Help You Live Longer—Here's Why

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Coffee lovers, rejoice!

Genius Ideas Cooking For One

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Cooking for one can sometimes feel like a daunting task, especially when it comes to food waste.

MIND Diet: Best Foods to Eat to Keep Your Brain Young

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Secrets to Living Longer from 100-Year-Olds

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You probably want to live a long, vibrant, healthy life—one filled with well years, rather than those marked by health problems.

MIND Diet: Limit These Foods to Keep Your Memory Sharp and Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer's

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Some foods help keep your brain sharp and some may actually increase your risk of cognitive decline and certain brain diseases.