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October 22, 2018

Hello beautiful,

Uh-Oh SaleIt's Katie back, bringing you all of the best tips, hints, styles, and trends to help you look and feel your best.

No time for fancy gym memberships, botox, or pricey serums? No worries! Were going to take a look at how simply
keeping inflamation levels low can cut your lifetime risk of premature aging in half!

Until we meet again,

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Beat the Hidden Cause of Premature Aging

Do you have too much inflammation? Your body sends out red flags when inflammation is negatively affecting your health. Some of the most common flags include: achy/sore muscles or joints, having trouble losing weight and often feeling bloated, getting headaches at least once a week.

If you are experiencing some of these issues, take action now!

You Can Cut Inflammation 22% with Eggs
Did you know that egg yolks are nature's top source of choline? Choline is a vitamin B that converts inflammatory wastes into harmless molecules. These can be flushed away through the kidneys.

Beef, chicken breasts, and pork are also very high in choline. If you prefer to take supplements, take 400mg daily.

Important: Always ask your doctor before taking any supplement for the first time.

Revving Fat Burn with Popcorn and Whole-Wheat Spaghetti
Eating a diet rich in whole grains can cut your blood levels of inflammation by 38%. Whole grains steady blood sugar and rev fat burn, trimming as much as eight pounds of inflammation-producing belly fat.

Eat as least three servings daily of whole grains, such as whole-wheat pasta, popcorn, brown rice, and oatmeal.

Blocking inflammation with Paprika
Research shows consuming 1/2 tsp. daily of this deep-red-colored spice made from ground peppers could cut your risk of chronic inflammation as much as 20%. Paprika is rich in saponins. Saponins are compounds that bind to inflammatory molecules in the digestive tract, blocking their absorption.

Use paprika as you would any sweet-hot, spice- in dry rubs for meat, chicken, or fish; added to sauces, soups, and casseroles.

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