Matt Bellassai stopped by "The Morning Breath" and revealed how he cured his hangover while taping "Wine About It."
Today's Miss Havishams, instead of wearing faded wedding dresses among cobwebs and stopped clocks, wear Gwyneth Paltrow-approved athleisure and sip red wine while plotting a slow-burn revenge. Or, if the shirts are to be believed, gulp red wine. Why are women interested in buying tops that broadcast the trials and tribulations that occur behind closed doors?
With a few simple tradeoffs, you can customize your cocktails to stay on track with your health, so you can modify — not sacrifice — your vices.
Nigma Talib, ND, a London-based naturopathic doctor, aesthetician and author of the forthcoming Younger Skin Starts in the Gut: A 4-Week Program to Identify and Eliminate Your Skin-Aging Trigger—Gluten, Alcohol, Dairy or Sugar believes these foods wreak havoc on our faces in different ways, along with accelerating aging. “These substances weaken the good bacteria in your gut while strengthening those that activate inflammatory mediators,” Talib tells Yahoo Beauty. The result: telltale breakouts, wrinkles and inflammation, depending on what your body is reacting to. Dr. Nigma Talib developed a personalized program for beautiful skin. The truth is these foods have been affecting us as long as we’ve been eating them, but it’s also worth noting that there’s more likely more of them in our diets than ever before—especially at this time of year.
It’s how you’re supposed to be sniffing—and tasting—your glass of wine. "Flavor is a combination of aroma, which is perceived through the nose, and taste, which is perceived in the mouth," Wine Spectator's executive editor Thomas Matthews recently explained to us.