Aloe Vera is not just effective at treating sunburns. You can also reduce wrinkles naturally with Aloe gel from an Aloe Vera plant!
According to a study,
“taking a small amount of Aloe Vera gel on a daily basis can significantly improve skin elasticity and reduce wrinkles. “In the research, 30 healthy females over the age of 45 received 2 different oral doses (low dose – 1200 mg/d, high dose – 3600 mg/d) of pure Aloe Vera gel supplementation for 90 days.
After just 90 days, facial wrinkles improved significantly in both groups, and the women in the lower-dose group also seeing improvements in facial elasticity.
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Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Aloe vera can do more than treat sunburn, says Heidi Kristoffer. It can also reduce wrinkles.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
New research reveals that men who sleep naked have better quality sperm, but that's only one of the reasons you should wear your birthday suit to bed.
Good news, fans of sleeping in the nude: you now have an excuse to air yourself at night-time.
According to a new study by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Maryland, and Stanford University, sleeping in boxer shorts or PJs could damage sperm production and harm the chances of having a baby.
Tight boxers are the biggest offenders here – they increase the temperature of the testicles, which can cause the quality of a man’s sperm to decrease. Ditching them in favour of loose underwear during the day and nothing at night can bring about a 25pc increase in sperm quality, according to the research.
In truth, this is only the latest in a long line of scientific endeavour that suggests going commando at night really is the way forward … Read more
Monday, October 19, 2015
Chlorophyll is still a health magnet that should be included in your diet, says Sarah C. Corriher.
Chlorophyll is what gives plants their green pigment. It is also responsible for channeling the sun's rays into chemical energy for photosynthesis in all plants. Photosynthesis is the transformation of carbon dioxide and water into useful carbohydrates and oxygen. In human beings, chlorophyll is one of the few substances that pulls more oxygen into the cells, while simultaneously protecting all of the cells from oxidative (free radical) damage. Read more
Friday, October 16, 2015
Dr. Victor Marchione says that you should never ignore these four symptoms of a serious illness that may be caused by chronic inflammation.
Inflammation is the body’s way of protecting itself from harm, but it typically gets a bad reputation. Although inflammation can be a shield, it can harm our health as well. When inflammation lasts for months or even years, it becomes chronic inflammation and that is the type you want to avoid. Read more
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
type 2 diabetes is a life-changing milestone in a person's life. It usually requires a change in lifelong habits. Exercise is recommended for anyone to stay healthy, but for diabetics, it is even more important. Exercise not only can help maintain an ideal body weight, it also helps to control blood sugar levels. However, active diabetics need to take extra care and precautions to make certain that they are getting enough fuel for their bodies so that their blood sugar does not drop dangerously low.
Monday, October 12, 2015
A study found that ancient Romans had perfect teeth because of one food they didn't eat.
Modern dental hygiene would have been quite unnecessary for ancient Romans living in Pompeii, as research has revealed that they had impressively healthy teeth.
Scientists appointed by the Archaeological Superintendence of Pompeii have used CAT scans to examine 30 Pompeii inhabitants who were preserved in hardened ash after Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79. The group, headed by radiologist Giovanni Babino, released photos of their work on Sept. 29, and revealed in a press conference that the ancient Romans had perfect teeth and “no immediate discernible need for dentists,” according news agency Agenzia Giornalistica Italia. Read more
Friday, October 9, 2015
Still trying to lose weight like you did in your twenties? Dr. Caroline Apovian reveals 23 top tips to outsmart your fat hormones - and shed 1st in three weeks
Are you finding it harder to lose weight as you age?
If you’re still using the same diet techniques you did in your 20s you need to stop.
In your 20s and early 30s weight loss can, for some, be the same foolproof routine.
By exercising more and eating less, shifting those few pounds can always be done with a little determination.
But what happens when your go-to diet regime stops working? Read more.
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Monday, October 5, 2015
Soda may taste good, but it isn't good for you. Amy Capetta examines the health costs of drinking even 1-2 cans of soda daily.
Just in case you haven’t heard enough about how bad soda is for your health, researchers from Harvard have released a report pinpointing the health risks of gulping down even one sugary drink a day. Read more
Friday, October 2, 2015
What you eat plays a role in your mental health. These five foods can boost your mood, says Kristina Martin.
Studies find that what you eat plays a huge role in lowering your anxiety and boosting your mood. The more you choose a healthy, whole-food treat over a nutrient-empty, quick fix, the more you'll reap the benefits - both now and later.
Here are a few snacks that can bring you the boost you're looking for. Read more