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Why SPF Is the Principal Thing to Look for in a Lip Balm
July 19 2019
While lip balms without SPF will moisturize lips, there are many advantages to using a balm with SPF.
The Top 10 Supplements of 2018
December 28 2018
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid or ascorbate, has been one of the most researched vitamins over the last 50 years—the scientific literature reveals that over 53,000 studies have been conducted on vitamin C since 1968.
The Benefits of Coconut Oil for the Skin
November 6 2017
Coconut oil isn't just for the kitchen. Keep a tub of this handy oil in the bathroom, too. Soon, you'll find yourself using it for head-to-toe skin care.
Eliminate Toxins from Your Body
September 8 2017
Over the last 100 years, thousands of chemicals have been created by companies and discarded into our water supply, air and even into our home environments. With many of these chemicals, we still have almost no idea how they affect us. However, we do know that many have negative health consequences. Each and every person has toxic chemicals in their bodies. There is no way to completely avoid it. However, we can try to minimize the long-term effects from exposure.
Natural Remedies for Joint Pain
April 11 2019
If you suffer from joint pain you’re not alone. According to a National Health Interview Survey over a 30-day period, 30 percent of adults experienced pain, aching or stiffness in or around a joint.
How to Count your Macros and Get More out of Your Meal Plan
August 21 2018
Knowing how to count macros will make it easier for a person to lose weight, gain muscle, or meet any other fitness goals. The key to proper macro counting is understanding how macronutrients work and getting into the habit of recording each meal.
A Quick Guide to Propolis
January 22 2018
Propolis is the resinous substance collected by bees from the leaf buds and barks of trees - especially poplar and conifer trees. The bees utilize the propolis along with beeswax to construct the hive. Propolis has antibiotic activities that help the hive block out viruses, bacteria, and other organisms. Commercial preparations appear to retain these antibiotic properties. In addition, according to test tube and animal studies, propolis exerts some antioxidant, liver protecting, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties.
8 Health Benefits of Ginger
July 17 2019
Ginger is a flowering plant also known as Zingiber officinale.
Natural Herbs and Vascular Dementia
July 15 2019
Dementia is a neurodegenerative disease that causes progressive impairments in memory and learning, executive functioning and activities of daily living.
Create Effortless Beachy Waves With Homemade Sea Salt Spray
July 12 2019
Nourish tresses while creating beach-worthy volume and texture with a homemade sea salt spray.
Top Tips for Eye Health
July 10 2019
Good vision plays an important role in your functioning, mobility, and overall well-being.
Fish Oil vs Krill Oil: Which is Best for You?
July 8 2019
There is a lot of confusion out there concerning the health benefits of fish oil and krill oil.
Warm Weather Skin Care Tips for Men
July 5 2019
Create a men’s skincare routine or tweak an already existing one to make sure skin is ready for the warmer weather.
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