Move or pay?

perfect-bodyYou’ve ready a lot of article about how to take care or your skin, but you never respect the recommendations. You always start diets or products but you quit fast. Why? You never have time for yourself.

What if there is an application which can help you like a reminder to achieve your goal. At least for 30 days. And if you not, you pay $5 per each day you did not succeed to a charity program.

How does MOVEorPAY works?

MOVEorPAY will help you achieve that personal objective. You will get an extra benefit by  increasing your personal brand. Your friends will admire you for your determination! :)

But why MOVEorPAY does it work beautifully?

Because of 2 things:
1. social pressure (you’ll make a fool of yourself to your friends if you don’t do what you said OR your personal brand will boost if you do fulfill your pledge)
2. the fear of losing the money (at the end of the 30 days, you’ll get the money back for the days you kept your promise. If not, we’ll donate them to charity.)

More details on www.moveorpay.com

Good luck completing your goals.

 

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN E FOR SKIN

Here are some benefits of vitamin E for skin.


Skin Benefits:
Like vitamin C, vitamin E fights against free radicals and automatically against skin aging and the effects of sun exposure. A daily supplement of vitamin E offers protection against sun exposure , prevents wrinkles and improves skin texture.

In Cosmetics:
Cosmetic creams containing vitamin E are known for sun protection, but also because they increase the production of collagen and elastin fibers that support skin structure.


In food:
Rich sources of vitamin E are in: vegetable oils, seeds, nuts, olives, spinach, asparagus, whole grains, avocado, beef, apples, carrots, celery.

In pharmacy:
Vitamin E is found in drugstores mostly in the form of gelatin capsules.

Among  Vitamins A and C, one of the most benefits of vitamin E for skin is that fights against aging.


Read more about benefits of vitamins A, B and C.

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN C FOR SKIN

Here are some benefits of Vitamin C for skin.

Skin Benefits:
Famous for fighting, along with vitamin E, free radicals, vitamin C prevents and repair the consequences of sun exposure, protecting the skin from drying and wrinkles, but also the dreaded skin cancer. Also, vitamin C encourages production of collagen, an important factor in the synthesis of connective tissue.

Treatments:
Vitamin C is found mostly in creams with L-ascorbic acid as the only one who manages to penetrate the skin and can give the desired elasticity, being a powerful antioxidant.


In food:
Excellent sources of vitamin C are green leafy vegetables, berries, citrus, guavele, tomatoes, melons, papaya.

In pharmacy:
Vitamin C is found in the form of tablets.

So, some of the benefits of vitamin C for skin are presented here, but the real benefit you will find for yourself.

Read more about benefits of vitamins A, B and E

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN B FOR SKIN

Here are some benefits of Vitamin B for skin.


Skin Benefits:
B vitamins are important for general health, and some of them are vital in order to have a beautiful skin. They form the basis of elasticity, but also of a proper development for nails and hair.

Treatments:
Many of the vitamin B complex play a major role in the producing of a face cream that is effective. We could find them on the labels as “biotin” – which helps in the reproduction of collagen, niacin – anti-inflammatory effects, increases skin brightness, thiamine, riboflavin, pantothenic acid or folic acid.


In food:

Here’s types of foods in which you can find each of the B complex vitamins, important for skin:
Biotin or Vitamin H: cheese, beef liver, cauliflower, eggs, mushrooms, pipettes chicken, salmon, spinach, nuts and peanuts.
Thiamine or Vitamin B1: sunflower seeds, peanuts, wheat, beef liver, pork, seafood, egg whites, beans.
Riboflavin or Vitamin B2: nuts, cheese, eggs, milk, fish, yoghurt.
Niacin or Vitamin B3: liver, chicken, fish, rabbit meat, nuts, grains, asparagus, seeds, milk.
Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid: beef, yeast, eggs, kidney, liver, mushrooms, nuts, pork, saltwater fish, whole grains.
Folate or vitamin B9: green vegetables, beans, whole grains, liver.

In pharmacy:
Vitamin B complex is found in pharmacies, either as tablets or soft capsules.

Great benefits of vitamin B for skin you’ll see on elasticity, but have in mind that is good for nails and hair.

Read more about benefits of vitamins A, C and E.

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN A FOR SKIN

Here are some benefits of Vitamin A for skin.

Skin Benefits:
Vitamin A makes a difference in your skin health. Medical studies have shown that Vitamin A reduces wrinkles, acne control and fights effectively even with skin diseases such as psoriasis, or reduces their risk.


Treatments:
Vitamin A is found in many cosmetic products as beta-carotene, retinol, retinoids, retinoic acid, the main ingredient. Fighting against skin aging is the main benefit of vitamin A for skin.


In food:
Vitamin A is found naturally in great quantity in the following foods: liver, milk, egg white, carrots, green leaf vegetables, yellow fruits. So eat as many as you can.


In pharmacy:
Vitamin A can also be used as a
daily supplement, that is, either capsules or tablets. Is preferable not to take them without indications.

So, anti aging effects, fighting against acne, or renewing skin are only few benefits of vitamin a for skin.

Read more about benefits of vitamins B, C and E for skin.

The 4 essential vitamins for your skin

The 4 essential vitamins for your skin are Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C and Vitamin E

Vitamins are absolutely necessary in order to have a beautiful skin. This fact has been known by the cosmetic industry for a very long time.

We know that eating healthy is important for the skin, and most vitamins come from daily consumed food. Health experts say that vitamins and minerals, in any form, have a huge importance for the health of skin, whether their source is food, supplements or a jar of cream.

Therefore bear in mind and include in your diet and skin care routine the 4 essential vitamins for your skin A, B, C and E.

Read more about each vitamin benefits.

London Diet Plan Day 2

I stated to write yesterday about London Diet Plan. Probably non of you started to follow the London Diet Plan , but one day for sure you will search a diet that works for you. I do my job to write forward and publish today London Diet Plan Day 2.

For those who did not read the article with London Diet Plan Day 1, I will like to add only this: the idea is simple 5 meals per day, lots of liquids, max 1300 calories per day distribute like this: breakfast 350 -400 calories, 350 – 400 calories at lunch, and 300 -350 at dinner. The meals between should not be more than 100 – 150 calories each.

Day2

Breakfast

  • boil two eggs or fry them in a non-stick pan (you may add few drops of olive oil)
  • grill 2 tomatoes
  • drink a glass of fresh orange juice

Lunch

  • cheese on toast (two slices of toast topped with low fat grated cheddar, and salad leaf)
  • a bowl of onion soup
  • serve with crunchy apple

Dinner

  • 100 g of roast lean pork, chicken or beef
  • two roast potatoes and piles of vegetables such as broccoli, courgettes and carrots.

For Mid -am and Mid-pm use an orange, an apple, diet biscuits.

See tomorrow London Diet plan DAY 3

London Diet Plan

Asking around I found out a London diet plan from women desperate to lose weight. This plan is not a guarantee for all women, but is never a bad thing to try a new diet, when is not involving starvation.

Few ideas that can be followed also at work, 5 meals per day, are easy to do it! Eat at breakfast no more than 350 -400 calories, 350 – 400 calories at lunch, and 300 -350 at dinner. The meals between should not be more than 100 – 150 calories each.

In addition, have half a pint of skimmed milk a day, drink herbal teas (lemon, ginger, forest fruits, vanilla, green tea) and lots of water.

Day 1

Breakfast

– a bowl of steaming porridge using 50 g of oats and 200 ml milk

– you can use max 1 teaspoon of brown sugar

Lunch

– 300 g bowl of pea and mint soup

– you can eat a chunk of granary bread

Dinner

– beef casserole (100g) with baked sweet potatoes.

– you can use other vegetables (150g) like zucchini, egg-plant, pea, broccoli, corn in stead of potatoes.

For Mid -am and Mid-pm use a banana, Greek yogurt, an apple.

See tomorrow London Diet plan DAY 2

WEIGHT RISKS

Do you know about weight risks? Overweight confers a variety of risks on women, particularly when fat stores are centered in the abdominal or truncal areas of the body.

These risks include:

– coronary heart disease;

– hypertension;

– dyslipidemias, including elevated levels of very low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and LDL-C;

– diabetes;

– gallstone formation;

– and cancers of the reproductive organs.

Excess body weight has also been linked to increased risk for osteoarthritis of the knee, stress incontinence, infertility, and increased risk of infection after surgery.

Knowing the weight risks, most women used to not eat, in order to lose weight, but will have secondary effects on the human organism. Start diet after talking with a nutrition, or afert reading carefully the articles online. And let me tell you a secret – drink lots of WATER ! Read here about its benefits!

So, women, let’s do something about weight, let’s fight and do something to have a healthy body!

WEIGHT

Throughout the course of their lives, women are vulnerable to several weight related health risks associated with being overweight, losing weight, and being underweight by choice.

Healthy body weight refers to a body size that falls within a BMI range of 20 to 25. BMI values below and above this range are associated with increased health risks. Increasingly, WHR is used in conjunction with BMI to assess weight related health risk.

The WHR is a better indicator of abdominal or truncal adiposity, a measurement more closely linked to a greater risk of  diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, and some cancers. A WHR greater than 0.85 puts women at higher risk of  weightrelated health problems.

Between one quarter to one third of North American adult women are overweight. In certain native and ethnic  populations, this figure may be substantially higher. Evidence indicates that there is a weight-gaining trend among adults, despite a preoccupation with body weight and despite the massive effort and billions of dollars spent in Canada and the United States trying to control weight.

Beetroot

Beetroot is among vegetables the most resistant to weather the winter and also a great help to the body during cold season.
About the beneficial effect of beetroot is written a lot, is well known that it’s suppling vital energy, another thing,  equally important, that is less popularized, is that beetroot is a great aid for the health of children, even during intrauterine life. This vegetable is among the few food-medicine for pregnant women, its active substances especially protecting the fetus in the womb mutations.
Moreover, in natural medicine, this vegetable is a legend, its healing properties in blood diseases, or tumor in the liver is known since 150 years ago, when the founders of modern natural therapy were first brought to light traditional cures.
What kind of problems and what doses are administered beetroot we will see, but not before to learn how to prepare and administer.

How to fight against stretch marks

How to fight against stretch marks? Here are some ideas.
Your first ally against stretch marks is prevention. If you are pregnant or start a diet, prepare your skin for changes and help it pass through them. Start using powerful moisturizing cream more often, at least once a day, especially in areas where you know you have problems, areas where skin is more sensitive. Of course there is no guaranteed solution, but does not hurt to try.

Studies have shown that both alpha hydroxy acids and retinoids are able to reduce stretch marks. However, creams based on vitamin A are not recommended during breastfeeding, because there is no evidence so far that does not affect the composition of breast milk. But you can take vitamin A from foods such as spinach, carrots, cabbage, potatoes, apricot, mango, liver, broccoli, eggs, peppers, zucchini.
Alpha hydroxy acids are derived from plants – fruit acids – increase cell regeneration, removing the top layers of skin, the dead cells and allowing new cells take their place healthier, improving appearance and elasticity of skin and skin giving the ability to better absorb moisturizers.

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that bring their huge contribution in the production of collagen, but also hormones. A vitamin C based cream is a formidable fighter health and skin elasticity is a powerful moisturizer that softens skin, a clean and exfolieaza. If you want to have some vitamin C in the body, eating foods like papaya, citrus, melons, berries, cauliflower, passion fruit, cabbage, cucumber, parsley, peppers, liver, seafood.
Vitamin E is also an antioxidant that encourages collagen production and cell repair. Is vitamin recommended by doctors to remove the unsightly effects of surgery. Thus, you can turn to capsules of vitamin E, but many struggle with stretch marks creams that contain vitamin E. Such creams have anti-inflammatory effect, and worsening battle with stretch marks. Vitamin E is found in foods such as sunflower semnitele, nuts, berries, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, nuts, fish.
Although used for centuries by African tribes, shea butter has appeared recently in the European market for cosmetics. Extract from a tree, shea butter has great moisturizing properties and is quickly absorbed by the skin and leaves no oily traces. Although products based on shea butter is more expensive, are to be effective deovedesc. Can you replace butter with shea butter, cocoa.
The best method of prevention and treatment of stretch marks is diet. And start with water, those two liters of water per day, which, alas, are effective in this regard. Proper hydration from the inside, keeps your skin elastic and collagen production to a normal level. Also, the daily consumption of foods containing the three vitamins that fight stretch marks, A, C and E nourish the skin and maintains elasticity. Of course, stress, lack of rest, drinking, smoking and a diet high in fat does not help the skin, stretch marks and favors.
You can prepare at home natural remedies for stretch mark, treatment lotions. Olive oil, massaged regularly on problem areas can work wonders, but almond oil, avocado and vitamin E. The oil is not fully repair the skin, but without the intake of intense hydration. You can try our Home-made stretch marks lotions.
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