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I don't know if they are healthy for your skin, but I sure do love drinking green tea
 

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That's actually the one thing on this list that I would have to really acquire a taste for. Not a coffee or tea fan.
 

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Hmmm, water and green tea I can do! I need to get more of the other healthy ones in my diet. I wasn't aware of blueberries! So really, eat "colorful" foods, right?!

A green tea that actually tastes good is Good Earth SuperGreen Tea. It has 3 kinds of green tea ( bancha, sencha and another one) and tastes like oranges. Really helps the immune system too - I haven't been sick all winter *touch wood* !!!



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I take green tea capsules -- would that quality? Foods high in Vitamin A, such as carrots (ugh!), nuts - almonds ( Vit E) and the designer food right now is pomegranade - both the fruit and juice -- supposed to strengthen the walls of veins and stop the growth of spider veins. Too bad there isn't a great tasting juice with all these ingredients.
 

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hmmm... a green tea, blueberry, carrot, almond, pomegranate, and salmon smoothie! DELICIOUS!

Actually, a co-worker just told me yesterday that a homeopathic doctor in california told her to eat sardines to improve her skin and to help her to lose weight. That was two years ago. I do admit she has been looking great. She has lost a noticeable amount of weight and looks younger than she did 8 years ago when I met her.

Should sardines be added to the smoothie too?
 

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Oh but ...
I love a good cut of salmon with baby greens and a lemon juice and olive oil dressing with sun-dried tomatoes, and some fresh veggies too! Yum!
 

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That sounds better than my recipe with cognac. You left out the pomegranate -- all sorts of health claims have been attributed to it including it being a source of vitamins and antioxidants.
 

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how about a pomegranate, lemon, olive oil dressing - that actually might not taste too bad -sweet, sour, and just a bit bitter...
 

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I thought you meant salmon in your shake.

The best way to take salmon is on a bagle, with lemon and salt, a bit of onion and capers. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.......

When I cut for a photoshoot or a competition, I eat smoked salmon straight up.
 

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hmmm... a green tea, blueberry, carrot, almond, pomegranate, and salmon smoothie! DELICIOUS!

Actually, a co-worker just told me yesterday that a homeopathic doctor in california told her to eat sardines to improve her skin and to help her to lose weight. That was two years ago. I do admit she has been looking great. She has lost a noticeable amount of weight and looks younger than she did 8 years ago when I met her.

Should sardines be added to the smoothie too?
Don't know about the sardine smoothie!!!

but Dr Perricone is definitely down with the salmon thing. Have you read his books? He even got his little daughter to eat salmon for breakfast......awwwww....she's gonna have some beautiful skin!



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