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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 14, 2009
They are a fountain of youth, a cure-all, a panacea; they can make you smarter, more beautiful, thinner; they can improve your memory, your eyesight and fight cancer. What are they? SUPERFOODS! At least that?s what the advertising world would have us believe. There is no scientific definition of the term but it certainly has become a buzzword of late. If you look on the Internet or on magazines racks you can find lists of supposed life changing foods? top five, top 10, top 20 with no two lists being alike but all claiming that these foods have virtually magical health-giving properties.
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By KAREN K. REDDING | March 30, 2007
Dr. Daniel Amen, a child psychiatrist, brain imaging specialist and assistant professor at UCI, was the featured speaker at this month's PTA Coffee Break, held March 21 at the Surf and Sand Hotel. Amen, a Laguna Beach resident, is the author of 22 books, including a bestseller, "Change Your Brain, Change Your Life." Amen spoke to a large audience of Laguna Beach parents about helping kids reach optimal mental performance by making a good brain great. Amen says he has the world's largest data base of brain scans, and he showed images of what healthy and damaged brains look like.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | June 16, 2006
Did you know that in April of this year, men everywhere celebrated the 60th birthday of the bikini? In 1946, Louis RĂ©ard, a car engineer who took over his mother's lingerie shop located near the Folies Bergere, designed a two-piece bathing suit using a mere 27 1/2 inches of cloth which, egad, revealed the navel! It was greeted with disbelief and shock even in Paris. At the time, in Hollywood, the Hays Act had banned navels from the silver screen. Believe it or not, in those days you had to open the bathing suit to see the buttocks; whereas, nowadays, you have to open the buttocks to see the suit.
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March 21, 2003
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Much more than a meal, dining at restaurants with an old friend who visits from the East Coast resembles a bad comedy routine -- punctuated by playful under-the-table pokes and stifled groans hidden behind the safety of a menu. My pal, Judy, is not a clever wit who intentionally amuses her table mates. She's just exceedingly particular about what she eats. All salad dressings and sauces go on the side, and wait persons are summarily drilled about how her chosen source of protein is prepared.
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By Joanna Clay | April 26, 2012
Although a Quarter Pounder with cheese might sound more appetizing to some than an all-juice diet, Living Juice founder Jamie Jensen swears that once you try her juice, it's hard to go back. While a sculptor in New York City in the mid-2000s, the Laguna Beach native said she felt sick and unhealthy in every way imaginable - from her mood and everyday energy to having difficulty sleeping. She was turned on to juices by her yoga instructor and decided to try a 10-day cleanse.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | August 14, 2009
They are a fountain of youth, a cure-all, a panacea; they can make you smarter, more beautiful, thinner; they can improve your memory, your eyesight and fight cancer. What are they? SUPERFOODS! At least that?s what the advertising world would have us believe. There is no scientific definition of the term but it certainly has become a buzzword of late. If you look on the Internet or on magazines racks you can find lists of supposed life changing foods? top five, top 10, top 20 with no two lists being alike but all claiming that these foods have virtually magical health-giving properties.
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