The holidays will soon come sweeping into every home with good food, family visits, and festivities of all kinds. As you set out to deck the halls, however, remember to be conscious of the materials and foods you bring into the home. Many of the usual holiday decorations, feasts, and sweet-smelling candles can introduce toxins and other unhealthy elements into your home.
You can slather the world's most expensive lotions and serums onto your face, but none of them will make a difference if your diet does not support skin health. The most important anti-aging and beauty regimen you can do for your skin is to nurture it from the inside-out, through a varied and nutritious diet. A great many different foods are required to maintain a healthy diet, but there are certain items that are especially important for the skin. Keep reading to find out which foods can boost your natural glow.
The leaves are starting to turn, and you know what that means; dinner parties, holidays, and family visits. With summer vacations out of the way and children back in school, it's the perfect time to refresh and refurbish the interior decor. Before heading to your closest department store, however, give some thought to your decor materials and methods. Are you choosing nontoxic materials and sustainable alternatives?
Summer is almost over, but your weight loss plan doesn't have to be. Soon, autumn will set in and with it comes comfort food, family visits, and less time spent outdoors. Get a head start on autumn fitness woes by ramping up your weight loss routine now. Of course, your health comes first, so find slimming solutions that boost your health, such as the all-natural herbal remedies below.
How's your night vision these days? Seeing in the dark will be one of the first things to go. Next you may notice a painful sensitivity to bright lights and an unusual fatigue after looking at a computer screen for several hours. All of these symptoms are markers of one simple deficiency.
In last week's article, we covered the problems associated with protein deficiency and listed out how much protein the average person should be eating. All proteins are not created equal, however; how does one determine which proteins are most useful to the body?
It's a dangerous toxin. Chemists and lab technicians are encouraged to use gloves, protective eyewear, and extreme caution when handing it. So why is it in our cosmetics and skin care products?
Some of the most controversial skincare ingredients on the market today are parabens. While the FDA insists that they are safe, various studies suggest that these commonplace preservatives could threaten our health.