Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Tori Amos swears by fish oil

Tori Amos

Tori Amos is a big fan of fish oil supplements and thinks they have boosted her memory

The 50-year-old singer's 14th album Unrepentant Geraldines was released earlier this month, meaning she has a plethora of songs to call on when performing. Omega-3 is known to be good for brain health, with Tori swearing by a supplement.

"Nordic Naturals DHA is a fish oil for the brain, which helps me remember all my songs. The strawberry flavour tastes great," she told Us Weekly.

Tori made the admission while discussing the things she always has handy in her bag. Another of her must-haves was a particular nail polish remover, which saves her when her fingers have taken a battering during a show.

"If I'm playing the piano properly, my manicure will chip from hitting the keys quite hard - but that's a bad look," she explained. "I always have Quickies polish-remover wipes so that I can start over on the go."

More and more adults have started going to the orthodontist over the last few years, with stars such as Faith Hill opting to have their smile straightened. Tori has also gone down that route, but worries she isn't dedicated enough to refreshing her smile.

"I have Invisalign for my bottom teeth. I've been wearing it for a year - but not often enough. I'm going to get a call from my dentist!" she laughed.

The singer's unique style has made her a fashion fan favourite and she's previously admitted that shoes are her passion. She thinks women with true style are the ones who enjoy every aspect of their lives and she doesn't have time for a set skincare routine.

"I have never smoked and have always drunk a lot of water, but cleanse, tone and moisturise every day? No way!" she previously laughed.

"There were some days when I would keep on my make-up for days - hey, when you're paying the top guys a thousand dollars a day to do your face professionally, you don't want to just wipe it off!"

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