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Knowing the Skin

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How can you pick good skin care if you don’t even know why you’re cleaning your skin? To start, your skin is the largest organ in your body. Yes, it’s an organ, just like your heart, lungs, or kidneys. The skin keeps us warm, protected, and holds all our many parts together. It’s also largely responsible for eliminating wastes and maintaining our constant body temperature.

The skin is built in layers, like a sandwich. If you were to take your skin and stretch it out, it would stretch about 18 square feet and weigh over 3 kilograms. That’s a lot of surface area! The layers that make up the skin are very important when discussing skin care. The first layer is the epidermis, a thin layer of tightly packed cells that are constantly being shed. Protecting the epidermis is a layer of sebaceous oil and perspiration called the acid mantle. The slight acidity of this coating protects the skin from bacteria.

Below the epidermis is the dermis, a middle layer that gives our skin strength and flexibility. Collagen and elastin fibers, two big players in aging skin, are located here and it’s predominately their fault when your skin starts to sag and wrinkle. The final layer of the skin is the subcutaneous layer. Mostly this is fatty tissue that gives our skin smoothness and contour.

The skin is our protection, but that doesn’t mean it’s bulletproof. In order to excrete wastes, the skin must be able to breathe. Oxygen passes into and out of the skin along with salts, sweat, and waste particles. This also means that chemicals applied to the surface of the skin. are just one step away from being in the body. This is why proper skin care and finding safe products is very important for not only your skin’s sake, but also your overall health.

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To avoid gout, avoid meat

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Gout was at one time considered the disease of the rich, when in the West only the rich ate meat. The gout patient should avoid all purine and uric acid producing foods such as all meats, eggs, and fish.

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Glandular meats are especially harmful. The one who has gout should also avoid all intoxicating liquors, tea, coffee, sugar, white flour and its products and all canned and processed foods. Spices and salts should be used as little as possible

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The right fats fight the effects of the wrong fats

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The essential fatty acids which reduce serum cholesterol levels and minimize the risk of arteriosclerosis can be obtained from sunflower seed oil, corn oil or safflower oil. Several studies have indicated that garlic can reduce the cholesterol level in persons whose body normally cannot regulate the cholesterol fractions.Other important cholesterol lowering foods are alfalfa and yogurt.

Lecithin helps prevent fatty deposits in arteries. Best food sources are unrefined, raw, crude vegetable oils, seeds and grains. Fruits and vegetables in general are highly beneficial in the treatment of heart disease. Read more

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Stress Causes Headaches

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Intense emotions often cause headaches. Many people who outwardly appear to have a pleasant disposition may actually be simmering about a job, or may bear resentment towards a person or something. This hidden hostility may manifest itself as headache.

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It is important, therefore, that negative feelings should not be bottled up, but should find some safe means of expressions. How can you know your headache is due to stress? The answer is simple. Tight neck muscles are a sign of stress. Pain across the forehead is a sign of stress.

What can you do to treat stress headaches. To relieve tension, add tension. Tighten the muscles at the back of the neck as you count 10, and then release. If you repeat this exercise several times, your headache will be relieved.

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Facial Exercises

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Do you find as you age you have lost elasticity and tone in your face? Here are some wonderful exercises to firm and tone the muscles in your face and neck and give you back your youthful appearance. Read more

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18 Ways to Cut 100 Calories or More

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  1. Replace 1 cup of whole milk with 1/2 cup of nonfat milk.
  2. Snack on an orange and a banana instead of a Snickers candy bar.
  3. Replace 3 tablespoons of strawberry topping on your ice cream with ¾ pint of fresh strawberries.
  4. Snack on a papaya instead of a bag of M&Ms.
  5. Replace a 12-ounce can of cola with a 12-ounce can of diet cola.
  6. Grill a cheese sandwich with nonstick cooking spray instead of margarine. Read more
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Apple or Carrot Facial Mask Recipe

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Ingredients:
1 apple or a large carrot
Honey
Instruction:
Grate an apple finely and then add about 4 tablespoons of honey. Mix it well apply the mask to your face wait 10 minutes and rinse. This recipe works very well for oily skins. If your skin is not oily you can substitute raw carrots for the apple. I tend to use the apples most of the time but if I am having an acne problem I use carrots for my facial mask that week.

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