Tag: Skin health

Breakfast is not necessarily the most important meal of the day. That is just another myth that marketing has created to sell us breakfast foods, there are ...

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As the leading global supplier of sustainable water dispenser solutions, Waterlogic holds hydration at its core. They promote proper hydration in the workplace ...

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Are you prone to breakouts of facial acne? Then read our article on Acne-Prone Skin: 5 Tips to Help You Choose the Right Face Moisturizer!

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Autumn-winter is here again and so are the round, orange, ribbed fruit famously associated with it. Yes, according to science pumpkins are a fruit, and not a ...

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Vinegar. The average Briton notices it usually only as a salad dressing or, at a stretch, acknowledges it's great for polishing or descaling kettles. However, ...

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Lovage or Levisticum officinale is a herb native to the Mediterranean region of southern Europe. Lovage has an ancient history. It was introduced into Britain ...

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Wheatgrass is a type of grass that looks like the grass growing in your back yard, but it’s not. Actually, wheatgrass comes from the wheat plant and is also ...

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Barbados gooseberry, also known as “Ora pro nobis” in Portuguese (which translates as, “Pray for us”), from the cactus family come all the way from Brazil in ...

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Echinacea (pronounced 'ekin-nay-sia') is an herb that’s becoming very popular across the Western world. It’s not new on the herbal or medicinal scene by any ...

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How do you eat cauliflower when you choose to have it? As cauliflower cheese, cauliflower rice, or perhaps just steamed or boiled? For many people, it plays ...

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Did you know that millet is known as the "queen of groats" (ie. shelled kernels of several cereal grains like barley, rye, wheat, oats etc)? For me it has ...

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As you begin to age, if you’ve put yourself under a lot of stress (emotionally and physically), not followed a nutritional plan rich in powerful antioxidants ...

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The neem tree is originally grown in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives and it’s been part of traditional remedies for around 5000 ...

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Perilla (aka, shiso, beefsteak plant, Chinese basil and purple mint) originally came from China until migrating to Japan in the 8th century, Perilla quickly ...

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Indian Gooseberries aka Amla which comes from the Sanskrit word Amlaki which means 'fruit of heaven' or botanically as Phyllanthus emblica, belongs to the ...

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