Daily Archives: December 22, 2012
La ” Terre qui Lave ” ..La ” Terre qui Nourrit et Guérit ” Naturellement Votre !! L” Unique Rhassoul à Base des Ingrédients 100 % Naturels issues d” qu’en Agriculture Biologique !!! Un Produit Unique et Multi Fonctions : Masque, Gommage , Cheveux comme Shampoing , Masque et Gommage Corps !!! Retrouver une Peau Douce , En Santé avec le Rhassoul à Base de l’Huile d’Argan Pure , Non torréfié et de l’Eau de Rose de Damas !!!
t’s winter, and things are dry – at least in some parts of America and the world. The air is dry and likely so is your skin. But slathering lotion on at every turn might not be the most effective solutions. Like other skin conditions including eczema and wrinkles, dry skin is often best treated from the inside out. That is to say, you can find numerous remedies for dry skin right in your kitchen.
There are several foods that can help you combat dry winter skin. Including these in your winter diet will help maintain moisture throughout the colder months:
1. Remedies for Dry Skin – Flax Seeds and Walnuts
Both are great sources of omega 3 fats, which are excellent for reducing signs of skin aging and helping to retain moisture.
2. Bell Peppers and Citrus Fruits
These veggies and fruits are excellent sources of vitamin C. Vitamin C is crucial in maintaining collagen within the skin—keeping it both firm and supple. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that higher dietary intake of vitamin C actually reduced the visibility of a wrinkled appearance.
3. Sunflower Seeds
Also amount remedies for dry skin, sunflower seeds are loaded with vitamin E, something you actually see in some body lotions. But rather than just rubbing the skin-saving vitamin on, you can add it to your diet.
Whether you get it from meat or nuts and dark green vegetables, protein is crucial in maintaining skin health. Research shows that women with higher protein intakes have fewer wrinkles and cracks in their skin. It helps retain moisture too.
This should be a given—stay hydrated. Without moisture your skin will be dry, and if you aren’t hydrating from within, your protective barrier to the world will be irritated and cracked. Aim to drink 48 ounces of water each and every day for the best health benefits.
In addition to these foods, which are also some foods you can eat for a more attractive look, certain bath tips are useful in fighting dry skin. Try to use lukewarm water rather than hot water, as hot water is more drying. Add some oatmeal to your bath water to soothe itchy and irritated winter skin on a budget. Also, applying unscented natural body creams and oils will be less likely to irritate already dry skin than those with strong perfumes.
Anca Cercel N.D.
Brussels sprouts are admittedly a hard sell for many. But if you haven’t eaten them roasted, it’s worth a try – caramelized, there’s something truly special about their crispy leaves. A serving of Brussels sprouts (about seven) contains more potassium than a banana, as much vitamin C as a glass of orange juice and four grams of filling fiber.
Anca Cercel N.D.
Very Important Info for Diabetics Patients !!!
Herbs for Diabetes –
Cinnamon is perhaps the most widely recognized herbal diabetes treatment. This common spice is believed to act as an insulin sensitizer. In one study, 60 adults with Type 2 diabetes who regularly took cinnamon found a drop of 18 to 29 percent in their average blood sugar levels. A quick survey of online message boards and blogs also reveals that many diabetics have experienced a similar drop simply by adding cinnamon to their daily regimen. Sprinkle it on an apple or add it into soup—there are many easy ways to use cinnamon for diabetes.
A seed often used in Middle Eastern cooking and found in many curry dishes, fenugreek is also among the beneficial herbs for diabetes. According to Reader’s Digest, the seeds have been shown to reduce blood sugar, increase insulin sensitivity, and even reduce high cholesterol. A study found that 60 people who took 25 grams of the seed each day found “significant improvements in blood sugar and post-meal spikes.”
Ginseng is a root that’s easy to find in supplement form, or you can make a tincture of it. It is said to have both immune-boosting and disease-fighting benefits. Scientists say that the herb slows carbohydrate absorption, improves the body’s use of blood glucose, and increases insulin production in the pancreas. A University of Toronto study found that ginseng capsules can lower blood sugar by 15 to 20 percent.
Gymnema Sylvestre is native to India and has been connected to many metabolic disorders, including diabetes. It is said to work to reduce blood sugar by blocking “sugar binding sites” in the cells, not allowing the glucose to accumulate in the body. Other research also says it may increase insulin production.
Although complex, diabetes is a disease that is highly manageable. Understanding its complexities will help you understand the need to approach it from a holistic standpoint—employing “alternative” healing to manage and even help reverse it in the case of Type 2 diabetes. Try out some of these herbs for diabetes and see what works, and doesn’t work, for you.
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