Dr Oz: Purslane Recipe
Dr Oz did another segment on Anti-Aging Beauty Secrets from around the world. His first Beauty Secret comes from Turkey – Doctor Oz’s home country – which is of course located between Asia and Europe. Purslane is a vegetable that Dr Oz’s parents always loved, and it is great for rejuvenating your skin because it is rich in Vitamins A, C, E and CoQ10. The enzymes found in Purslane help to protect your skin. Dr Oz said that the way his family likes to eat Purslane is by mixing it with yogurt and garlic. I looked high and low for Dr Oz’s Purslane Recipe though and I could not find it, so I will just have to experiment with it! If anyone is interested, post a comment below and I’ll keep you updated with what I figure out. Or if you have a tried-and-true Purslane Recipe, please share it in the comment section below!
Dr Oz: Macadamia Nut Oil for Hair
Doctor Oz said that Macadamia Nut Oil is used in Australia for massaging into your scalp if you have dry hair or a flaky scalp. Palmitoleic Acid is found in Macadamia Nut Oil, which is a fat that is naturally found in your skin. Plus, it smells great, you only need to use a little, and a huge bottle costs only around $12.
Dr Oz: Noni Juice
Dr Oz said that Noni Juice is popular in Hawaii, and is becoming more widely available throughout America. The Polynesians use Noni Juice for its very powerful anti-aging properties that help you to feel younger and to make your skin glow. Plus, Noni Juice helps to lower inflammation throughout your body. Dr Oz’s helper said it tastes like a mix between prune juice and castor oil, but that it is definitely tolerable. In case you are interested, I tested out a drink that contained Noni Juice and reviewed it here: ZOOM Organic Zoe Review.