Posted in Beauty on 08/14/2014 03:09 am by admin
The use of Jojoba oil for skin care is nothing new and its skin care benefits are well known. Explore the wonders of Jojoba oil to get beautiful and flawless skin.
When it comes to skin care, people always prefer natural products over chemical ones. Natural oils are considered as the perfect skincare ingredients. Among all the natural oils, jojoba oil is the super food for skin. This natural beauty wonder is used in almost all the skin and hair care products such as lipsticks, shampoos, skin creams, body lotion, etc. It fulfills all your beauty needs from moisturizing skin and makeup remover to healing cuticles and repairing damaged hair. The oil is loaded with essential fatty acids, zinc, antioxidants, vitamin B, vitamin E, copper, chromium and sterols that provide wonderful and flawless skin. It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, moisturizing, antiseptic and soothing properties. So instead of wasting your hard-earned money on commercial skin care products, use cheaper, natural and effective option: jojoba oil to enhance your beauty. Find out how to use jojoba oil in multiple ways for skin care.
Jojoba oil Benefits for Skin
Jojoba oil works as an excellent all-natural moisturizer for your skin, especially dry skin. It provides the adequate moisture to the skin without clogging the pores and adding a greasy effect. It is absorbed in the skin quickly and creates a powerful barrier against allergens and irritants such as dust and pollution. Just apply a small amount of oil directly on your face or full body after a bath in the morning for keeping the skin moisturized throughout the day. You can use the oil directly or mix it with your regular face moisturizer. It is very effective in treating those pesky dry patches, rosacea or eczema. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 10/19/2011 12:37 am by admin
Rapeseed oil is becoming more popular nowadays as a substitute for olive oil. A member of the mustard or cabbage family, the rapeseed plant is also referred as oilseed rape, rapaseed or rapa. Rapeseed is one of the foremost vegetable-oil sources of the world. Sometimes, rapeseed oil is also sold as “canola” oil. Maybe, you can’t believe that rapeseed oil can provide the utmost amount of flavor and the some of the uppermost available nutritional values that you can obtain from oil. In fact, rapeseed oil naturally imitates a diet of low saturated fat obtained from olive oil and good essential omega oils normally found in fish. Everybody knows about the nutrition and health benefits of olive oil, but did you know about health benefits of the rapeseed oil.
Rape is a distinctive yellow flowering food crop in temperate countries, which produces rich oil bearing seeds. Rapeseed oil is found as a main ingredient in many of the vegetable oils, which are on sale in Britain and across the world. In the USA, canola oil is very popular, which is a type of rapeseed oil. Canola oil has been bred to decrease the slightly bitter taste. Rapeseed oil is a light to medium yellow color oil having a subtle, slightly nutty flavor. It is used as an industrial lubricant, as a basis for cattle feed, and as a commercial cooking ingredient. More recently, rapeseed is increasingly utilized for biofuel production. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 04/13/2011 02:23 am by admin
Iron is essential to build red blood cells that carry oxygen around the body. Iron also takes part in a significant function such as brain development, growth, as well as in fighting infections. A genuine problem for children is Iron deficiency that can inhibit brain development, enduringly inferior IQ of a child, and also cause anemia, which weakens strength of the children. Children may become faint, tired, uninterested in play, pale, and may complain of headaches and often have small appetites, if they do not consume sufficient iron containing foods.
The body stores the level of iron that can fall and anemia may occur, if people do not eat sufficient iron from food. So to stay healthy, it is best to consume a diet supplying sufficient iron. If a variety of foods containing iron is consumed daily, then blood iron levels are improved. 11 milligrams of iron a day is required for babies between 6 and 12 months old, and 7 mg of iron is required for toddlers age 1 to 3. Many foods boast iron naturally, and many cereals of children are fortified with iron. Children can get help to avoid anemia from a lack of iron with the use of vitamins and iron rich baby foods.
Iron Rich Food for Kids
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Posted in Health on 04/12/2011 07:22 am by admin
Fats are good source of energy but all fats are not healthy ones. In the body, fat comes from the food stuffs that we consumed in. Different types of fat are present in different foods; among them some are very good for health than others. If you pick the right type of fat, then consuming fat can be heart-healthy. Many people completely cut fat from their eating and substitute it with refined carbs so they can not take benefits of healthy fats. Actually, some fats help us to promote good health therefore we should not completely remove all fat from our diet. To ensure good health, it is essential to maintain a balanced intake of fat. Read on to know about the types of fats good for health and will surely help you to ensure that you are getting the right type of fats.
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Posted in Health on 04/02/2011 04:18 am by admin
Natural disasters that occurred recently in Japan have also caused damage to the Nuclear Reactor that resulted in radiation leak. From the Japanese nuclear accident, radiation comes from two main sources; radioactive cesium (cesium 137) and radioactive iodine (iodine 131). Beta and gamma radiation are emitted by the radioactive iodine. At a very low level, radiation poses a risk to humans. Recently, Japanese officials have also found radiation in foods.
As per the statement on the Japanese health ministry’s website, as many as 99 products with the inclusion of milk and vegetables like spinach were found polluted with radioactive substance above the legal safety limit in Tokyo and five areas to its north and east as of March 26. High levels of radioactive material in rainwater were also reported in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania of the U.S., as per the EPA. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Food & Drinks on 12/19/2010 10:50 pm by admin
The juice of aronia berry is very healthy as it is high in vitamin C and contains antioxidants. It is used for therapeutic purpose and contains all the health benefits of aronia berry. It is dark purple in color and has very tart taste. The juice of aronia berry is sweetened to make tastier but unsweetened juice is “a valuable adjunct” to treat diabetes. The taste of sweetened juice of aronia is similar to black berry or blue berry juice.
The aronia berry is the name for a very dark berry which has very high levels of antioxidants. It is a close cousin of the blueberry and has different names such as chokeberries, or aronia melanocarpa. The term “chokeberry” derives from the astringency of the fruits which are not suitable for eating when uncooked. Wine, jam, syrup, juice, soft spreads, tea and tinctures are prepared from berries. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 12/15/2010 09:59 pm by admin
Jojoba oil is the liquid wax which is derived from the seeds of jojoba plant. Jojoba is an evergreen plant which is found in the stony hillsides in southern Arizona, southern California and northwestern Mexico. It is also recognized as “Simmondsia chinensis” and belongs to the family of Buxaceae. Compared to peanuts and resembling coffee beans, jojoba seeds are large.
Usually the jojoba seeds are recognized as goat nits. The 50% weight of the jojoba seed is because of the oil. Compared to safflower oil, canola oil, almond oil or squalene, jojoba oil has more Oxidative Stability Index. Organic jojoba oil is golden in color and has somewhat fatty odor but after refining it becomes nearly a clear, colorless and odorless liquid. Jojoba oil is generally famous for its moisturizing, restorative and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used by cosmetic manufacturers in shampoos, conditioners and skin care products. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Health on 12/14/2010 04:50 am by admin
Neem is very popular herb in India and also it is famous across world due to its medicinal properties and other beneficial effects. Neem tree has the botanical name of Azadirachta indica and it belongs to the meliaceae family. Initially, the neem tree found its roots in the Indian subcontinent and then it spread over many tropical regions. From past 5000 years, neem is known for its magical property and is therapeutically used for the treatment of many skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and ringworm. It is also used in the treatment of hair loss due to its immune-boosting and antimicrobial properties which help to stimulate the growth of hair.
Neem tree is almost found all over in India and it is believed as worshipped tree. Commonly, it is known as Margosa tree. In Ayurveda, it has been used from long time. All parts of the tree including leaves, bark, branches, roots, flowers and fruit have beneficial properties. In South Asia, neem is very popular to treat hair loss and skin conditions. Neem oil is a vegetable oil which is extracted out from seeds and fruits of tree by pressing method. Neem oil is used as insect repellent and as a fungicide. In India, neem tree is revered as “Panacea for all Diseases” as it has antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, sedative, antidiabetic, blood purification, contraceptive and spermicidal properties. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Beauty on 12/10/2010 06:02 am by admin
During winter, cold and dry winds makes dry not only skin but hair also. In winter dandruff, split ends and hair fall are also common hair problems therefore winter hair care is very essential. For hair care many commercial products are available in the market but it is best to use home remedies as it does not have any side effects.
Our body produces Sebum which is the oil that acts as a natural moisturizer to prevent these problems. Sebum production is severely decreased during winter due to which the hair and scalp become dry. These problems can cause hair damage if we don’t take proper care of it. Hair care enhances moisture level and keeps the hair moisturized and smooth. Dry hair is susceptible to breakage, frizz and tangling if your hair type is naturally dry then the drying effects are much more intense. As compared to short hair, long hair is more prone to become dry and not managed easily. So, more care is required for long hair. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted in Health on 11/18/2010 07:06 am by admin
A blocked ear can be quite an upsetting experience as an imbalance in the pressure of the ear. Either a foreign body or an impacted cerumen is responsible for the blockage of ear. For the effective treatment of blocked ear, it is necessary to figure out the cause responsible for the blockage of ear. The signs and symptoms of ears blocked include feeling of an ear pain, fractional loss of hearing and sometimes person might feel clicks in the ear. Hearing may be impaired slightly and so it is easy to detect blocked ear. Some people observe a humming sound that would echo on speaking.
The ear plays a vital role to maintain the balance and equilibrium of an individual so it is important to lookout when it comes to the ears. In case of blocked ears, person will be able to notice the pressure and the difference while yawning, swallowing, and either sneezing or coughing. The feeling of discomfort is the main problem associated with blocked ears. As this is a common occurrence, several causes are accountable for blocked ears and few of them require a doctor’s attention. Read the rest of this entry »