This Is How Long It Actually Takes For A Supplement To Kick in

This Is How Long It Actually Takes For A Supplement To Kick in

Ever reached for a multivitamin at the first sign of a sniffle, in the desperate hope you can ward off the dreaded flu before the full-blown symptoms hit? Yup, we’ve all been there and we know what it feels like to want results fast. That’s why we hit up Jessica Sepel, nutritionist and founder of JSHealth Vitamins, for her expert intel as to how long it actually takes for supplements to take effect. RELATED: Research Finds Vitamin…

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What are Collagen supplements? And why are people taking them?

What are Collagen supplements? And why are people taking them?

Collagen supplements are the new “it” products in the health and beauty world. They’re meant to help boost Collagen, which we naturally lose as we age. Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and is in everything from skin, to bones, to organs, to hair and nails. But Ana Escobar-Knight, owner of Ana Belen Skincare, says we lose Collagen naturally as we age. [“source=ndtv”]

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Here’s How You Can Detan Naturally Using Mango Pulp

Here’s How You Can Detan Naturally Using Mango Pulp

Summers are here in full swing and so is the need to binge on summer fruit like mango. Mango is not only delicious but also packs a host of health benefiting properties. It can do wonders for your overall health, provided it’s consumed in moderation. Other than its consumption, mango can be used on the face as well in the form of face packs. Mango pulp when applied onto the skin can treat a host of skin problems, one…

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3 Grape Face Masks For Wrinkle-Free Skin

3 Grape Face Masks For Wrinkle-Free Skin

Almost all of us wish to have a soft, glowing and radiant skin; however, with increasing temperature and pollution, it is getting nearly impossible to achieve the same. Other than these external factors, one cannot deny the fact that our skin tends to go through natural changes as well. As we age, our skin begins to lose its elasticity and moisture. However, in some cases, the signs of ageing like dark spots and wrinkles start…

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The power of good skin

The power of good skin

We women juggle multiple roles and handle a zillion responsibilities, both at work and at home. Nothing motivates a multitasking woman as much as confidence. It is that secret tool in her arsenal that gets her going—helping her achieve her full potential in every aspect of her day-to-day life and helping her face whatever life throws at her.For most women, good skin is high up on the list of confidence boosters. It plays an important part…

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New guidelines for skin cancer diagnosis still allow for error

New guidelines for skin cancer diagnosis still allow for error

Dr. Joann Elmore holds up one of the slides used in the study. This is a screenshot from a video (link below) about UW Medicine research into skin cancer screening. Editor’s note: Elmore described her own cancer-misdiagnosis experience in this video.  The latest guidelines for the diagnosis of skin cancer provide for a more accurate diagnosis, but still allow for a great deal of error, says a study published today in the new journal JAMA Network Open. “Providing a…

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Free skin cancer screening program to make South Florida stop

Free skin cancer screening program to make South Florida stop

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – The Skin Cancer Foundation is doing its part this summer to help prevent the most common cancer in the U.S. It’s estimated that one in five Americans will develop some form of skin cancer in their lives, but it’s highly preventable and treatable when caught early. More Health Headlines The A, B, C, D, Es of skin cancer Riverchase Dermatology offers free screenings for Melanoma Awareness Month What is melanoma? On June 9-10, the foundation’s 38-foot…

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Adoption of ‘healthier’ Mediterranean-style diet varies considerably across US states

Adoption of ‘healthier’ Mediterranean-style diet varies considerably across US states

Credit: CC0 Public Domain The traditional diet of people in Mediterranean countries has been linked to numerous health benefits and has been shown to cut the risk of obesity. Although popular elsewhere, this healthy eating pattern is relatively new to the USA. New research being presented at this year’s European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Vienna, Austria (23-26 May) uses geospatial techniques to identify which US states have the greatest adherence to this Mediterranean-style of…

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