Black Beauty Jeneil Williams Is Gold Elixir In Torkil Gudnason Images For

Danish-born, Brooklyn-based photographer Torkil Gudnason captures the athletic, superior-body beauty of Jamaican-born model Jeneil Williams for Jeneil looks delectable wearing only gold-leaf in these body bare images.

You might be surprised to know that gold has a 5,000 history of use as a medicinal and healing treatment, beginning in Alexandra, Egypt. These ancient savants believed that gold worked in the body to stimulate a human's life force, raising the level of body vibration. 

Natural News explored the health benefits of colloidal gold -- minute gold particles mixed with water -- asserting the following benefits (unconfirmed by AOC):

* Anti-inflammatory properties

* Enhanced moods

* Improved cognitive function

* Rejuvenating properties -- This last benefit gets our attention:

Arguably colloidal gold's most celebrated health benefit is its positive impact upon the body's most important biological functions. Firstly, it is known to rejuvenate the glands and positively affect our bodies' warmth mechanisms (resulting in a decrease in temperature-based issues like hot flushes, chills, and sweating at night). Secondly, it stimulates the nerves, resulting in a decrease in nervous pressure. And thirdly, it invigorates the sexual organs, alleviating impotency and functioning as a serviceable aphrodisiac. Unsurprisingly, then, regular consumption of colloidal gold has also been linked to increased longevity.

Dark beauty Jeneil Williams often exercises twice a day, enraptured by its health benefits. Janeil tells

“When I don’t work out I get moody and everything. I have to run and I have to do yoga. I like shoots where I can be myself and move and yoga helps me to release my muscles. Working out helps keeps your balance and you have to have balance because you’re doing 50 different things at once.” 

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Kate Winslet Says No Photoshop With Lancome, Talking Hollywood Pay Gap Is Vulgar & Social Media Promotes Anorexia In Young Women

Actor Kate Winslet says being 40 is great . . . so totally fab that she has a no retouching allowed in her photographs as a beauty spokesperson for Lancome.  Winslet explained to E Online: 

No Retouching In  L'Oréal Lancome Contract

"I can only ever speak for myself and I can only ever do things that are important to me and it's a hope that other people might follow suit but it does feel important to me because I do think we have a responsibility to the younger generation of women,"

Saying that she has no desire to look "stoned" in her photos, Winslet believes that younger women do consciously -- or unconsciously look to successful women as role models. I would always want to be telling the truth about who I am to that generation because they've got to have strong leaders. We're all responsible for raising strong young women, so these are things that are important to me."

To insure that her pov is honored, Winslet says there is a stipulation in her L'Oréal  contract that prohibits additional editing of her appearance in Lancome ads.

Winslet Weighs In On Apple Devices & Social Media

Kate Winslet is basking in rave reviews for her role as Joanna Hoffman in the current movie about Apple founder Steve Jobs.  This role didn't keep the outspoken actor from sharing her major concerns about the ubiquitous impact of social media and Apple devices on today's young women. 

Arguing that the entire social media world is designed to create -- intentionally or otherwise -- eating disorders, Winslet says there is no social media in our house. Saying that social media makes her blood boil, the star of upcoming Dressmaker says today's young girls, in particular, are obsessed with getting people to like them via social media. 

People are brutally honest online and hypercritical, young people most of all. Playing the role of Apple's Joanna Hoffman, Winslet dressed frumpy. 

Speaking about her children's inability to sugarcoat their thoughts, the 40-year-old actress recalled: 'I remember my son and daughter coming to the set for the first time and seeing what I actually looked like in the Steve Jobs film and Joe was like, "Woo mum, you look really bad...woo mum"'. Then her teen daughter chimed in with "That cardigan makes your bum look absolutely massive!"

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Kate Winslet in 'The Dressmaker'

Winslet's daughter Mia Honey -- her child with Jim Threapleton -- was 'very jealous' about her semi-naked screen time with Australian actor Liam Hemsworth in 'The Dressmaker'.  The trailer for The Dressmaker is so fascinating on the power of clothes and style. 

The film is an Australian revenge comedy drama film directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse, based on the novel of the same name, written by Raslie Ham. Winslet is all femme fatale in her tole of 'Tilly' Dunnage, a smart set woman with a treacherous past -- or so the locals believe -- who returns to a small Australian town to take care of her ill, mentally unstable mother.  

Gender Pay Gap in Hollywood

Where Kate Winslet's very outspoken voice goes suddenly silent is on the topic of money and Hollywood's very public battle over the pay gap among male and female actors who are equal box office draws. "I'm having such a problem with these conversations," Winslet said to BBC Newsbeat. "I understand why they are coming up but maybe it's a British thing. I don't like talking about money; it's a big vulgar isn't it?"

Winslet denies that she's ever received any sexist treatment in her career.  

Beyonce Is All American Woman Patriot By Ryan McGinley For Beat Magazine Winter 2015

Superstar Beyonce reminds the world that she's one of America's best ambassadors for women loving our own skin and body types. Add to that Queen Bey's alliance with megastars like Salma Hayek -- who is a lead Latino in the campaign to elect Hillary Clinton -- and Beyonce's co-partner in the global 'Chime for Change' movement to empower young girls and women world wide, and you have a new version of Secretary of State.

Last month Beyonce and Salma Hayek were in Central Park, where they joined other Chimers to co-sponsor the exhilarating Global Citizen concert, in which Beyonce brought down the evening sky with her activist battle cry for women everywhere in the world. While Beyonce has contributed significant sums to the Hillary Clinton campaign, she has not officially endorsed the candidate. When she does (we're praying fervently),  the rally for American women and ALL women in the world is officially on.

Beyonce goes patriotic stars and stripes in Ryan McGinley images for the winter 2015/16 cover shoot for Beat Magazine.

Julia Frauche Is Body Beautiful With A Face To Match In Allure Russia November 2015

xKarl Lagerfeld muse Brad Kroenig gets some sugar, compliments of model Julia Frauche who is styled by Anya Ziourova in this body beautiful editorial by Alexi Lubomirski for Allure Russia November 2015./ Makeup by Tyron Machhausen; hair by Ben Skervin