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Eat, Move & Stay Calm

Too many loose-weight-tips around us, both scientifically and unscientifically.
Let see what we can do to reduce our body weight.

1. Build a Better Diet.

All meals are important, but breakfast is what helps you start your day on the right track. The best, heartiest breakfasts are ones that will fill you up, keep you satisfied, and stave off cravings later in the day. Aim to eat anywhere between 400 and 500 calories for your morning meal, and make sure you’re including a source of lean protein plus filling fat (e.g., eggs, beans, unsweetened Greek yogurt, nuts, or nut butters) and fiber (veggies, fruit, or 100% whole grains). Starting your day with a blood sugar-stabilizing blend of nutrients will help you slim down without sacrifice.
Make sure that everything you’re eating is whole — as in nothing processed or packaged. Since salt is a preservative, these are the foods that are highest in sodium — something to keep in mind when planning your meals. Plan on making sure that all items y…
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Pigmentation May Destory Moods But What's the Solution

Skin pigmentation can deal massive blows to a person’s self-esteem and confidence. A lot of women resort to using color corrector, concealers, and a lot of BB cream or foundation to cover up their uneven skin tone. And while pigmentation can quite easily be concealed with makeup, one should never feel the need to shy away from stepping out into the world with a bare face.
Pigmentation is a condition that darkens patches of your skin. These patches can be large or small. While the condition isn’t harmful, it can be a symptom of an underlying medical issue and can cause your skin to look uneven and unhealthy.
Your skin gets its color from pigment-producing cells known as melanocytes. Melanocytes produce melanin which gives your skin its unique color. When the melanocytes are damaged, unhealthy, or pushed into overdrive they start to produce excessive melanin in certain areas, causing those areas to darken.
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How To Say Good Bye To Sagging Looks

Sagging face only cute if you are a Shar Pei. For most of us, our jangly jowls and hanging cheeks are a source of chagrin as we age. Here, 4 myths and facts about facial sagging, plus ways to stop the droop You can do Facial Exercises to Reduce Skin Sagging TRUE but with a catch. They increase the size of facial muscles, which, while theoretically taking away some of the slacking skin, also causes expression lines. While a few workout moves might help relieve basset hound like eyes, they’ll probably also worsen crowfeet. Running causes your Face to Sag TRUE. When you gain weight, the skin on your face stretches to go along with your extra padding, just like it does everywhere else. But if you have finally lost it, you may notice that you are sporting under eye bags and a slack jaw. As you age and your skin loses elasticity, when you stretch it out it won’t bounce back the same way it did when you were younger. Running causes your Face to Sag FALSE. Sagging skin is due to two age-related re…

Extraordinary Transformation After Eyes & Nose Enhancement

By providing confidence to our patients on our clinic’s quality, we are gladly to have patient Thuy Le whom willing to showcase her process of creating double eyelids and rhinoplasty to public. Let see how’s her physical & emotional progression throughout the treatment. Part 1: Consultation session before procedures. Part 2: Procedures & Post-treatment results.




How To Get Rid of Panda Eyes

What appear to be dark circles under your eyes are sometimes just shadows cast by puffy eyelids or hollows under your eyes that develop as a normal part of aging. If you get plenty of sleep and still have dark circles under your eyes, that’s not unusual. Fatigue isn’t the only reason for dark circles under your eyes. Here are some more detailed tips to help you cope with these dark circles underneath your eyes. Apply a cold compress. Coldness will help reduce the blood vessels under your eyes that may be contributing to puffiness and dark circles. Soak a washcloth in ice cold water or use the back of a frozen spoon. Lie down and hold the cold item to your closed eyes for about 15 minutes. Try this 3-4 times per day to reduce the dark circles Try cucumber slices. Cucumbers have a number of healing properties, including a restorative and healing effect on skin. To use cucumbers on your eyes, refrigerate a large cucumber until it is very cold, and then cut it into 1 cm slices. Lie down wi…

Good News For Chocolate Lover

Scientific studies have shown that chocolate has the feel-good factor, thanks to a mix of mood-elevating chemicals, including caffeine, theobromine, tyrosine and tryptophan, and its delicious taste. It’s important to opt for dark chocolate with a high cocoa solid content, where possible, as it offers more health benefits than milk chocolate, it is also lower in fat and contains antioxidants. With the help of Ceitanna Cooper, Associate Nutritionist at AXA PPP healthcare, we’ve put together the top five health benefits of having chocolate (a few squares or a small bar) as part of a well-balanced diet. It can cheer you up The taste, smell and texture of chocolate stimulates feel-good areas of the brain. Chocolate also contains tryptophan, an essential amino acid that stimulates production of serotonin, the brain’s natural anti-depressant. Experts equate the feelings it induces to those we experience when we fall in love. Helps heart health Eating chocolate can lower blood pressure, thin t…

Minimise Your Pores

What Causes Large Pores? Most often, genetics determine who will have large pores. Other causes for large pores can be oily skin, since excess oil sits around the skin’s pores, making them appear enlarged. Oily and unclean skin can also cause oils to settle around the pores, making them appear larger as the skin around them thickens. Skin thickens, too, from sun damage and aging as cells build up around pore openings.
Ironically, rather than hiding skin imperfections, makeup can actually cause pores to appear enlarged, especially when it’s not properly washed off. It can also settle in and around pores to highlight instead of hide them. But mostly, cosmetics can be a magnet for dirt and oils, causing large pores to, quite literally, shine. Blackheads may not cause large pores, but they are an undesirable result of them, a result of dirt settling into large pores and — given their dark color — being especially easy to spot on the skin. And as skin ages, sebaceous gland, cell renewal ac…