Monday, July 28, 2014

How to Make Your Own Sunscreen

Using sunscreen may not be a bad idea, but some commercial sunscreens contain ingredients that actually increase the risk of skin cancer.  You can avoid that risk by making your own, says Alex Du Toit.
Many commercial sunscreens contain toxic ingredients that actually raise the risk of skin cancer. However, natural sunscreen can get very pricey, especially if you have a large family. Here is a sunscreen that you can make at home and is nontoxic and all natural. While you are blocking the harmful rays of the sun, your skin is getting nourished with all of the wonderful natural ingredients. Your skin will look and feel better than before you started using it. It is important to allow vitamin D to be produced by the sun and your skin for overall physical and mental well-being. So when you know that you are going in the sun for a long time, lather this all-natural sunscreen all over your body! Also, you can add essential oils to this recipe that will protect against insects. Remember to lather after spending time in water! This sunscreen has not been tested for SPF, but it is about 24-30. Read more

Friday, July 25, 2014

Eat More Chocolate

Elizabeth Renter gives seven reasons why organic chocolate is a health food.
Many of us hold chocolate in high regard, if for no other reason than the taste—the decadent flavor and texture that makes you feel a rush of endorphins. But chocolate isn’t only good because of its taste. On the contrary, some of the best qualities of chocolate are actually health-related. Read more

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

How to Make Your Own Breast Enlargement Cream

Many women who want to increase their breast size are attracted to breast enlargement creams, which seem to be an easy way to grow the breasts. The problem with commercial breast creams, though, is that they tend to be expensive, but even worse, you don't really know how much of the effective ingredients are in them. Unless you are a total klutz in the kitchen, a better alternative is to make your own. That way you know exactly how much of each ingredient is used.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Reclaim Your Eyesight Naturally

Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals how to improve your vision without surgery or corrective lenses.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to see clearly without glasses or contacts? According to Greg Marsh, a certified natural vision coach, clear vision is achievable by virtually everyone, even if you’re already wearing strong corrective lenses. Read more
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Friday, July 18, 2014

Huge Study Proves Organic Food Healthier, More Nutritious

A huge new study proves that organic foods are healthier and more nutritious.
The most comprehensive analysis ever performed comparing organic foods with those "conventionally" grown with synthetic pesticides and fertilizers has concluded that organic fruits and vegetables are not just less toxic but actually more nutritious than conventional produce. Read more

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

6 Yoga Poses for a Bigger Butt

People take up yoga for a variety of reasons. Everyone knows that yoga can increase our flexibility and strength, but not many know that there are yoga poses that can make your butt bigger. Although many yoga poses strengthen your entire body, you can create a routine that will mainly strengthen the three gluteal muscles - the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus.Try these six simple yoga poses to get that perfect, toned, sculpted butt that you've always desired:

Monday, July 14, 2014

Is Vitamin C Worth Taking?

Is vitamin C worth taking? Don't ask your doctor, says Bill Sardi.
According to one self-proclaimed authority, vitamin C therapy is nothing but health quackery. [Quackwatch.com] WebMD advises physicians that supplemental vitamin C is only marginally able to reduce symptoms and duration of the common cold. But the primary study referred to employed just 200 milligrams of vitamin C, barely enough to marginally raise blood levels of this essential vitamin. [WebMD June 20, 2012]

None of this negative science discouraged laboratory researchers in China however. They inoculated mice with influenza virus and then injected 3 milligrams of vitamin C per gram of body weight. (Laboratory rats weigh about 300-500 grams.) [University of Wisconsin] So these animals were injected with 900-1500 mg vitamin C. Read more