Skin Pores

Posted on 16 November 2015

What we see as pores on our skin are simply the openings of oil glands. The skin has oil glands dotted all over it except on the palms and on the soles of our feet. Our face has at least 15 oil glands per square centimetre of skin! Now, if everyone has oil glands, why is it that some people have large visible pores, while others tend to have very few?

NOT TO SKINNY (Fatty)

Posted on 23 June 2011

The infamous bad guy in our deit today is, undoubtedly, FAT. Everywhere you look, fat free is in! But the universal truth, as with most things in life, is that anything in excess is bad-but so is the elimination of a basic food group from your deit.

Diet plans for for your better health

Posted on 31 May 2011

Being vegetarian does not mean your diet is lacking in protein. Most plant foods contain protein and, in fact, it would be very difficult to design a vegetarian diet that is short on protein. As excess dietary protein may also lead to health problems, it is now thought that one of the benefits of a vegetarian diet is that it contains adequate but not excessive protein.
Good sources of protein for vegetarians include nuts and seed, pulses, soya products(tofu, soya milk and textured soya protein such as soya mince), creals( wheat, ots, and rice), eggs and some dairy products(milk, cheese and youhurt).

Muscle builder supplements

Posted on 31 May 2011

We have all been told,’Eat your protein, it’s good for you.” Have that egg, it will make you strong.’ So we know that proteins are the good guys. What we will now look at is just why protein is important for the beauty of our skin.
The composition of skin is predominantly protein. But the protein molecules are not absorbed through the epidermis into the underlying tissues. So, you need to supply protein to your body through the foods you eat every day. A deficiency of proteins is indicated by the skin becoming slack and loose, loss of hair, sallowness and loss of glow on the skin. Thus, adequates protein is necessary for healthy hair, skin, teeth and nails and for firm, youthful skin tissues.

No Sugar Tonight…….

Posted on 31 May 2011

…..and not tomorrow morning either! The verdict is now clear: avoid simple sugars: if not for your waist, then in the interest of glowing skin! I can see the skepticism on your face: Is this just another way of pushing a no carbs diet at me? Are you trying to appeat to my vanity rather than my fitness to push me to avoid all carbs?

Benefits of skin foods

Posted on 31 May 2011

Food is a substance that is universal. What we eat used to be governed by our cultural roots, seasonal influences, the availability of certain seasonal foods and most of all, hunger. However, one of the most lamentable facts of globalization and modern influence is that we have effectively suppressed and lost our ability for instinctive eating.

Clasification of skin

Posted on 30 May 2011

Normal skin is the easiest kind of skin to work with in terms of attaining a glow.There are fewwer pores and the skin has good clarity and texture, and although those with darker skin may be prone to patchy pigmentation, a balanced diet with appropriate sun protection can prevent this. If you have this kind of skin,most of the skin foods will benefit you, including the ACE vitamins and antioxidants. Women with this skin may notice that their skin becomes a little oily around the time of their period and can accordingly alter skin products during this time and increase the carotenoids in food.

How to know your skin type

Posted on 29 May 2011

Much has been said and written about typing the skin into various subclasses, especially for and by the cosmetic industry. But I’m going to follow an old and easy method to help you identify your skin type. We will then apply the XPECT scale to it, to see where each type needs some help.

Peel of your body

Posted on 25 May 2011

You are unique and so is your skin. However, skin intrinsically displays a set of features and a behaviour pattern, which make it possible for us to classify it into types. It is important to be aware of this, because different types of skin have different requirements and to satisfy these, the first step is to identify your skin types.Within the types, your skin will continue to have its unique needs. It is something like dress sizes- not all medium sizes look the same, but knowing you sre a mediun makes it easier when you go shopping.

Enhance the beauty of your skin

Posted on 25 May 2011

The dictionary definition of clarity in this context is, quite simply, clearness in appearance. It is, next to glow, possibly the most difficult skin attribute to define. Clarity is much easier to detect when it is absent than when it is present. Let us try and understant it through a cae study.
Clarity can broadly be defined as a certain degree of translucence which imparts a clear appearance to the skin. It can only be achieved when there is evenness of colour and texture on the skin. Once skin achieves clarity, glow is the logical next occurrence as it will aid the correct reflection of light from the skin which is required for the skin to glow.

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Asthma

Elements of an asthmatic attack

Posted on 10 March 2011

Typically, there are four elements of an asthmatic attack:

Beauty

Clasification of skin

Posted on 30 May 2011

Normal skin is the easiest kind of skin to work with in terms of attaining a glow.There are fewwer pores and the skin has good clarity and texture, and although those with darker skin may be prone to patchy pigmentation, a balanced diet with appropriate sun protection can prevent this. If you have this kind of skin,most of the skin foods will benefit you, including the ACE vitamins and antioxidants. Women with this skin may notice that their skin becomes a little oily around the time of their period and can accordingly alter skin products during this time and increase the carotenoids in food.

Chronic

Elements of an asthmatic attack

Posted on 10 March 2011

Typically, there are four elements of an asthmatic attack:

Genral Info

Evenness of colour

Posted on 25 May 2011

The colour of skin has been responsible for so many events in history that most people never seem to get beyond it. It may also be that cause of personal trauma for many of us. Colour of the skin is predominantly determind by one pigment meline. We are all born with a certain quantity of melanin in our skin. This is called our constitutive pigmentation and would remain the same throughout our lives if we never exposed ourselves to the sun.

Health

5 benefits of making love

Posted on 17 December 2011

Making love is about more than experiencing pleasure. According to health experts, the process of love making adds several benefits to your bodily health. Moreover, it certainly puts you in an affirmative frame of drollnesses. Therefore if making love has become a non-priority in your life, you should reconsider it assigning at the apex of [...]

Mental Health

Exercise and the brain

Posted on 03 February 2011

Most of us know that exercise affects our bodies. That’s pretty obvious. We become stronger, sometimes slimmer and more flexible.

Nutrition

Diet plans for for your better health

Posted on 31 May 2011

Being vegetarian does not mean your diet is lacking in protein. Most plant foods contain protein and, in fact, it would be very difficult to design a vegetarian diet that is short on protein. As excess dietary protein may also lead to health problems, it is now thought that one of the benefits of a vegetarian diet is that it contains adequate but not excessive protein.
Good sources of protein for vegetarians include nuts and seed, pulses, soya products(tofu, soya milk and textured soya protein such as soya mince), creals( wheat, ots, and rice), eggs and some dairy products(milk, cheese and youhurt).

Physical Health

Muscle builder supplements

Posted on 31 May 2011

We have all been told,’Eat your protein, it’s good for you.” Have that egg, it will make you strong.’ So we know that proteins are the good guys. What we will now look at is just why protein is important for the beauty of our skin.
The composition of skin is predominantly protein. But the protein molecules are not absorbed through the epidermis into the underlying tissues. So, you need to supply protein to your body through the foods you eat every day. A deficiency of proteins is indicated by the skin becoming slack and loose, loss of hair, sallowness and loss of glow on the skin. Thus, adequates protein is necessary for healthy hair, skin, teeth and nails and for firm, youthful skin tissues.

Sex & Relationships

5 benefits of making love

Posted on 17 December 2011

Making love is about more than experiencing pleasure. According to health experts, the process of love making adds several benefits to your bodily health. Moreover, it certainly puts you in an affirmative frame of drollnesses. Therefore if making love has become a non-priority in your life, you should reconsider it assigning at the apex of [...]

Weight Loss

Components of The Brain

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Posted on 11 March 2010

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