Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Another Botox Challenger Emerges-CareFair.com

The cosmetics industry continues to work hard to offer the beauty conscious ways to beat wrinkles without an injection. Source: http://www.carefair.com/html/Another_Botox_Challenger_Emerges_11676.html

The cosmetics industry continues to work hard to offer the beauty conscious ways to beat wrinkles without an injection. According to the latest published reports the next answer might just be the Freezeframe Boost face serum. It will be on sale in Boots stores in just a week but it has already amassed a waiting list with roughly 14,000 people already signed up.
The developers of the product claim that this is the best anti-wrinkle treatment on the market today. They state that results can be seen in little as five minutes after just one application. The strength of the product rests on a protein called ‘Snap-8’ which inhibits the activity of wrinkle causing cells.
Independent tests have surpassed expectations with all the women involved reporting a reduction in wrinkles. Freezeframe will be sold for £49 (approximately US$78).

Monday, September 19, 2011

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Facing the Facts

 Can what you eat really improve your skin? Will any foods prevent lines and wrinkles and make my 45-year-old skin look younger?
A. We’re thrilled you’ve asked that question, because feeding your face can help. Besides, it’s way more fun to eat your way to youthful-looking skin than get (or pay for) Botox injections.
There’s good evidence that midlife women with the most youthful-looking skin (fewer wrinkles, thinning and dryness) also have the most vitamin C in their diets. Makes sense, since vitamin C builds collagen, the support structure that keeps your skin’s surface smooth. Young-looking women also tend to eat less fat and fewer carbs, and have higher levels of linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid found mainly in nuts and dark, leafy greens (think spinach, kale).
Ellagic acid, found primarily in pomegranate and red berries, is another food wrinkle-fighter. It’s recently been credited with fighting aging inflammation from Mr. Sun and reducing collagen breakdown.

Other foods that will get to your face from your plate include egg yolks, avocados, lentils, chickpeas and beans (including soybeans), salmon and green tea.

Q. Help! I’ve lost 26 pounds but I’ve been stuck in a weight-loss plateau for six weeks. I haven’t changed my diet or exercise habits. I’m determined to break through. But how?

A. In our experience, a dieter who freaks out when the scale is as still as a statue is often ignoring other signs that her body is changing. Are your clothes fitting better? Do you feel stronger? A “yes” means you’re swapping out fat for lean muscle and building your cardiovascular fitness, even if you’re not dropping a pound.

There are some ways to unstick your stuck scale. You may need to challenge your body more, which means you’ll have to work a little harder. No, it’s not fair, but the less you weigh, the fewer calories you burn doing the same thing. Here’s how to up the ante:

† Walk a little longer. If you’re walking 30 minutes a day, add five-minute increases over a couple of weeks.

† Walk a little harder. Throw in some hills or kick up the incline on that treadmill. And add a few bursts of high-speed walking or jogging; the intensity helps burn fat.

† Get a little stronger. Increase your strength training to one session every other day. No more than that, though; the in-between days are when you build muscle.

† Choose smaller plates. Portion sizes get smaller, and that makes your waist smaller.

Q. Do plant sterols like the ones in some bread spreads really lower cholesterol?

A. You bet. Using a plant sterol spread every day could knock down your lousy LDL cholesterol by 14 percent. Plus, people who regularly use these heart-helping spreads also have lower rates of lung, breast, stomach and prostate cancers. Just don’t put one big blob on your morning whole-wheat toast. Plant sterols do their job best in small doses, so spread them throughout the day (1 tablespoon of Smart Balance — a spread with more sterols than most — is about right).

Sterols are substances found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains and beans that limit your body’s ability to absorb cholesterol from food. Pair them with a cholesterol-fighting statin drug and you’ll kick down LDL by another 10 percent. That’s big.

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Friday, September 9, 2011

Breaking The Rules Of Aging

Dr. David Lipschitz is the author of the book "Breaking the Rules of Aging." To find out more about Dr. David Lipschitz visit his website at http://www.drdavidhealth.com/

Breaking The Rules Of Aging

Breaking The Rules Of Aging

Friday, September 2, 2011

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