Eating green foods is an important part of having healthy skin and a sharp mind Grandma was right to make you eat your greens. Amazing how smart those grandma’s are. I’ve encouraged you to eat a daily dose of greens for your complexion and want to add inspiration – your brain. None of us like […]
Top Diet Tips for Great Skin – Part 4 A healthy diet and skin care go together. We all know that the foods you eat have an impact on your overall health and how your skin looks. But, how do you take the “big picture” view into practical choices for your next meal? Focus on […]
Go Low Glycemic for Healthy Skin! In this part of my series on diet tips for healthy skin, we’re going to discuss blood sugar. Foods raise your blood sugar. And studies have shown that high blood sugar, and repeated spikes of high blood sugar, promote disease and many of the degenerative changes we associate with […]
Eat Good Fats and Avoid Bad Ones Favor good fats over bad. Your body depends on your diet for the critically important, essential fatty acids that it can’t make but needs in order to slow aging, fight inflammation and maintain healthy skin. These are the Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. Omega 3 fats […]
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 […]
Fight acne, wrinkles and more with these dermatologist’s skincare tips Whether you want to get rid of acne, fight wrinkles, avoid rashes, or something else, perfect skin is within reach. It’s a matter of ignoring the barrage of infinite products and promises and focusing on the simplicity of what is really important to your complexion. […]
Eating milk-based foods activates systems in the skin that lead to changes in the pores. The link between dairy and acne is now scientifically proven and both of these women figured it out for themselves.
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, […]