Dr. Bailey’s Top Diet Tips for Great Skin – Part 1 Eat the Rainbow of Fresh Produce My first diet tip for great skin is to start from the inside out. This is powerful because skin is your body’s biggest organ, and it reflects your internal vitality – for better or worse. Skin problems such […]
Tips for glowing, healthy skin from the dermatologist Can organic skin care help you look better? Is your complexion sallow? Are you struggling with skin problems driven by inflammation like dandruff, rosacea or acne? Well, did you know that beta carotene rich foods can help you conquer these problems? Do you know exactly what these […]
Researchers found eating protein preserved muscle mass. Keep in mind that 3 oz of daily protein is not huge. It is consistent with the Mediterranean diet and inconsistent with the infamous 8 oz rib eye or quarter-pounder with fries diet!
It Causes Flushing, but Can Alcohol Make Rosacea Worse? You have probably noticed your rosacea-prone face flushes with a cocktail or glass of wine. However, until now, dermatologists have felt alcohol did not participate in causing rosacea beyond inviting the embarrassing flush and blush. The evidence was lacking. Flushing is due to alcohol’s ability to cause peripheral […]
For Part 1, please click here. A recent study has shown exercising 2.5 hours a week may slow Parkinson’s progression. 3,400 patients in N. America, the Netherlands, and Israel participated in the study. Parkinson’s disease damages a person’s ability to move. Participants that exercised 150 minutes a week were able to stand up from a chair, […]
A recent study has shown exercising 2.5 hours a week may slow Parkinson’s progression. 3,400 patients in N. America, the Netherlands, and Israel participated in the study. Exercise Keeps Your Cells Young! In fact, it could be considered a ‘fountain of youth’. Even older folks (we know who we are) can REVERSE certain aspects of “cellular” aging […]
If you roll into bed without taking a few simple steps to care for your skin, then your skin is suffering. It certainly is not benefiting from all the hours you sleep. Bedtime is the best time to focus on therapeutic products that fix skin problems and keep skin healthy. When you are asleep, you can focus your skin care on what your skin needs instead of how you need your skin to look.
Cold winter weather makes it hard to want to go outdoors, short days make you want to be home and cozy, and good TV shows keep you up and make you want to sleep in. I need motivation, and it just came into my email box from the National Cancer Institute.
The National Cancer Institute has just updated the list of infectious agents known to cause cancer, and it’s growing. Some of these infections are contagious, even by simply sharing food. The risk factors for ‘catching’ these germs are evolving. Even living a careful life is not insurance enough.
Based on Lorraine’s ‘health farm’ experience, I gave oil pulling a try. It definitely freshens the mouth and whitens teeth based on my experiment. It also claims to cure lots of other maladies like heart disease, inflammation, acne etc.