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Orange-Fennel Shrimp and Millet

You won't want to stop eating this zesty seafood meal, but feel free to safe it for tomorrow's lunch. I know what you're thinking, WTH is millet?! (We've got you covered.) Millet is a small seed that is packed with nutrients such as calcium and magnesium. Because of its looks and consistency, many believe millet is a grain, but this filling ingredient is actually gluten-free! Shrimp is a great source of protein and magnesium while fennel, a veggie part of the carrot family is packed with fiber and vitamin C. So you'll be checking all necessary nutrients off your list.

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Harissa Chicken and Quinoa

The world can't get enough of quinoa these days from breakfast recipes to beauty products you can't get this delicious protein off your radar. So adding quinoa into this dish is basically a no brainer. Harissa is a hot chili pepper paste, if you enjoy life on the spicier side, feel free to throw a little more into the pan. Between the chicken and quinoa, this one pan recipe packs a whopping 32 grams of protein so it's safe to say you won't go to bed hungry.

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Soba Noodles In Peanut Sauce

Soba is a Japanese wheat noodle that can be compared to spaghetti. But the best part about Soba has to be that it's gluten-free so the gluten intolerant still get their pasta fix. (There are benefits to gluten so don't feel guilty for making a swap if you can't find soba noodles at your local grocery store.) Soba noodles are great source of energy add in some delicious peanut butter to the sauce and you have a protein-packed (20 grams that is) meal that's meat-free.

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Benefit Cosmetics Watt's Up! Cream-to-Powder Highlighter

There are pluses beyond the super-cute name. Dr. Latanya Benjamin, pediatric dermatologist in Hollywood, Florida, chose this as her fave because it's very easy to apply and smooth. Watt's is also compact, making it perfect for the purse when touch-ups are needed.

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Supergoop Daily Correct with SPF 35

Ninety percent of the signs of aging and skin cancers come from unprotected exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light. UV rays are around 365, rain, snow, or shine. In fact, if you can see your hand in front of your face, there is enough solar radiation to cause damage.

Free radicals are little chemical particles, emitted from UV light. They raise cosmetic hell on our skin: wrinkles, sun spots, cancer, you name it. Antioxidants fight off and protect against that damage.

Dr. Deirdre Hooper, associate clinical professor in the department of dermatology at Louisiana State University, likes Supergoop just for that reason: Its added antioxidants and SPF fortify the skin against unnecessary damage. Hooper is also a fan of the coverage ( and of course glow) that 'goop gives.

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