Acne affects people of all ages and races. There are several kinds of acne: acne vulgaris, acne conglobata, acne rosacea, acne felminans, blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, nodules and cysts but they all stem from a genetic bacteria that everyone has on their skin. This is why everyone can get acne because we are genetically born with the p. acne bacteria on our skin. The bacteria feeds on the secretions of sweat and sebaceous glands and lives in balance with our bodies internal system. It’s only when our body becomes imbalanced through change of hormones, breakdown in cellular structure, or the introduction of synthetic chemicals and toxins from food, environment or medication that acne forms due to excessive sebum on the skin. The medical community makes a profit off of treating the external symptoms of acne with creams, antibiotics, OTC and prescription drugs. However, by not treating the breakdown inside the body returns as a chronic condition throughout your life. You need to fix the internal condition that causes your acne in addition to adopting a healthy lifestyle to put your body back into balance. Learn more here...
In today’s society people are obsessed with looking
young.Anti aging is a billion
dollar market with people who use creams, lotions, pills and even surgery.
Aging is the body’s natural rate of decline over the years. But as humans we
try to erase fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin, age spots and any other tells
of our age. However these are just the external signs of aging. Advanced aging
includes internal changes such as osteoporosis, decreased brain functions,
memory loss, and other age related illnesses. To reduce all signs of aging both
internally and externally a proper and healthy lifestyle is necessary. There is
no magic pill or fountain of youth that can reverse or minimize the effects of
aging. Only a healthy lifestyle that includes a proper diet, physical activity,
enough sleep, adequate water intake, minimizing alcohol intake, and avoiding
drugs and cigarettes, can delay the aging process. Learn more here...
Hatha yoga is the most commonly practiced type of yoga in US. Hatha yoga is what typical Americans refer to as yoga is used for mental and physical health. Americans consider yoga an alternative to exercise. Yoga is mental and spiritual well being brought about through physical postures and poses. It involves a connection between the mind and body through breathing. Yoga strengthens the muscles and stretches the body in order to calm the mind. Yoga is a great way to improve flexibility and decrease physical discomfort in the body. Learn more here...
Naturopathic medicine has been used for thousands of years by the Chinese, Indians and Native Americans to cure whatever ails you. Herbs have been used to cure symptoms of the common cold to a toothache or even restless sleep. There are hundreds of herbs still being used today by naturalist, holistic and herbal practitioners and patients. Herbal remedies can be made of a single herb or an exact combination of several herbs. Next time use a natural path to cure what ails you. Learn more here…
The adult obesity rates in America have reached an all time high. While Americans are growing fatter, a large majority is trying to actively lose or maintain their weight. The problem is that so many of the diet plans on the market today set people up to fail causing people to quit or stop trying. Diets are depressing and frustrating with little or fruitless results to show for it. Nutrition is the key to successful and gratifying weight loss. Our society has filled our streets with fast food, our grocery stores with soda, chips and candy and convenient stores with easy access to sugary, fatty and high calorie snacks. Foods are being made with cheaper ingredients and are highly processed with additives such as sugar and salt. Nutritious foods are the best way to lose weight. Lean protein, complex carbohydrates and healthy fats are the best way to a healthy diet. Consuming low calorie fruits and vegetables and protein rich food will help burn fat and strengthen muscles. Learn more here…
Exercise is key to any weight loss plan. There is so much information available about how to exercise, what exercise to do, and what equipment can be used. But whom should you listen to and how do you know it’s the right fitness plan for you. The key to a good exercise program is to do cardio, strength training, interval training and to work all areas in the body, not just specific muscle groups. These types of exercise will melt the fat off and build muscle, giving a lean, strong physique. Don’t forget about proper nutrition, because nutrition goes hand in hand with exercise. Learn more here….
*DISCLAIMER:The information contained within this website is intended for educational purposes only and does not
replace medical advice, diagnosis or treatment made by a medical professional
. These statements have not been evaluated by
the FDA or a medical professional and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Every individual is
responsible for the direction of their own personal health care.
Please feel free to contact me at Sarah@universalhealthinfo.com
Content copyright . Sarah Labdar. All rights reserved.