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Skin care: 5 tips for healthy skin

Don't have time for intensive skin care? You can still pamper yourself by acing the basics. Good skin care and healthy lifestyle choices can help delay the natural aging process and prevent various skin problems. Get started with these five no-nonsense tips. 1. Protect yourself from the sun One of the most important ways to take care of your skin is to protect it from the sun. A lifetime of sun exposure can cause wrinkles, age spots and other skin [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 21 June, 2016|

Ageing well: How to be the best you can be

General health and eldercare information for older people. Includes mobility and exercise, nutrition, sleep, the senses (hearing, sight, smell), oral hygiene, foot care, skin care, screening for cancer, bladder control, drugs (medicines, alcohol, smoking), sexual relations, keeping warm in winter, and safety and security in and outside the home. How to be the best you can be Growing old is part of life. Most older people live at home independently and make a positive contribution to the community. Their skills [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 7 June, 2016|

5 Benefits of Getting Outside the Home Office Every Day

Apply now to be an ARIIX Distributor and let us tell the world your success story. Get Started » It’s no surprise that a lot of entrepreneurs work from home. With today’s technology, offices can exist virtually and business can proceed the same as if it occurred in a brick and mortar office. Since it is so conveniently located at home, just steps away, many entrepreneurs make the mistake of putting all of their time into their work. This can lead to [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 30 May, 2016|

The 6 Weight-Loss Tips

The 6 Weight-Loss Tips That Science Actually Knows Work Some of the weight loss articles out there these days are getting a little nutty. New scientific studies that shed light on how metabolism works are wonderful and valuable in their own right, but when findings get morphed into magical new “tips” for losing weight, something’s amiss. Some recent pieces in prestigious journals, which have sought to dispel the myths of weight loss and of the individual diets themselves, suggest that [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 12 May, 2016|

Running and jogging – health benefits

Jogging or running is a popular form of physical activity. About one in five Australians try running (or jogging) at some stage in their life. Running is an appealing exercise because it doesn’t cost a lot to take part and you can run at any time that suits you. Some runners choose to participate in fun runs, athletics races or marathons. If you are interested in competing with other runners, contact your local running club. Health benefits of running and [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 25 April, 2016|

7 THINGS YOU SHOULD CULTIVATE IN YOUR LIFE THIS YEAR

Cultivate To promote or improve the growth of by labor and attention. To develop or improve by education or training. To produce by culture. To devote oneself to. If we were to use one word to describe what we wish for our followers here at ARIIX it would be: cultivate. By cultivating certain things in your life, you’ll be ever growing and ever developing as a person. You’ll be ever closer the best version of yourself possible. You’ll catapult yourself [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 3 April, 2016|

Tart Cherries The Ultimate Antioxidant?

Instead of popping a pill for joint aches, consider drinking tart cherry juice. A recent study reported that the tangy fruit has the “highest anti-inflammatory content of any food,” and may help arthritis sufferers manage their disease. The scientists reported that when women with inflammatory osteoarthritis sipped tart cherry juice twice daily for three weeks, their levels of important inflammatory markers fell significantly. In an earlier study, researcher Kerry Kuehl, MD, Dr.PH., of Oregon Health & Science University also found [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 23 November, 2014|

Sugary Drinks vs Diet Drinks

So what’s the best choice for your health? For adults and children, the evidence is strong that cutting back on sugary drinks—or eliminating them altogether—may help with weight control and will almost surely lower the risk of diabetes. There’s emerging evidence that sugary drinks increase the risk of heart disease. The evidence is less clear-cut for artificially sweetened drinks. For adults trying to wean themselves from sugary soda, diet soda may be the beverage equivalent of a nicotine patch: something [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 23 November, 2014|

Carbohydrates and Blood Sugar

When persons consume a nourishment containing carbohydrates, the digestive system breaks down the digestible ones into sugar, which enters the body-fluid. As blood sugar levels increase, the pancreas makes insulin, a hormone that prompts cells to absorb body-fluid sugar for energy or storage. As cells absorb blood sugar, grades in the bloodstream begin to drop. When this occurs, the pancreas start making glucagon, a hormone that signals the liver to start releasing stored sugar. This interplay of insulin and glucagon [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 23 November, 2014|

Soft Drinks and Heart Disease

Fatness and diabetes are both strong risk components for heart infection, the number one murdered of men and women in the U.S. Given that consuming sugary beverages rises the risk of both obesity and diabetes, it is a natural inquiry to inquire if drinking sugary beverages rises the risk of heart disease, too. The answer from the first long-term study to inquire that inquiry is a resounding yes: The doctors’ Health Study, which followed the health of almost 90,000 women [...]

2017-01-11T18:13:42+00:00 23 November, 2014|
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