Nutritionist Joy Bauer offers advice for achieving better health. Among the food remedies shared: pistachios lower cholesterol; kale enhances brain power; ginger and turmeric help alleviate arthritis pain; strawberries and spinach help fight off wrinkles and promote a radiant complexion; pumpkin helps lower blood pressure; and black beans increase energy and help manage type 2 diabetes.
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