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    Default Beauty by the Bite - Cosmetics That You Eat or Drink

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    Default Re: Beauty by the Bite - Cosmetics That You Eat or Drink

    Interesting and amusing article.

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    Well, they say, "You are what you eat, and what you put on the inside shows on the outside."
    "...put on clothes that are well-scented with incense. Even if you’re somewhere where no one special will see you, you still feel a heady sense of pleasure inside." Things that make your heart beat fast (translated by Meredith McKinney), Sei Shonagon. The Pillow Book.

    "The sunset is deeper and longer. The scent of the jasmine is stronger." Miracles. Pet Shop Boys

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    Default Re: Beauty by the Bite - Cosmetics That You Eat or Drink

    Thanks for the interesting link! The counting calories thing still amuses me.

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    I suppose I'll just stick to drinking my green tea with goji berry. Thanks for the read, J.!

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    I hardly think it can be appropriately named "edible & drinkable cosmetics", but without being neither a diet nor a beauty freak,
    I guess that mineral water, extravirgin olive oil, sea salt, high-fiber cereals, citrus fruits, wholemeal bread &flour, yogurt, several types of organic chocolate, several dry and fresh herbs, low-fat cream and cheese, several teas, fish &seafood specialties, the tannins in several red wines, balsamic vinegars, spirits etc. may belong to the "therapeutic & cosmetic groceries" which, incidentally, are a staple in my eating&drinking habits

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