10 Easy Ways to Increase Your Energy Levels Naturally

10 Easy Ways to Increase Your Energy Levels Naturally

“You are responsible for the energy that you create for yourself, and you’re responsible for the energy that you bring to others.” – Oprah Winfrey I’m all about doing what I can do in a better way. This includes taking proper care of my health and watching my energy levels ...

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Women’s Empowerment: Validation Comes from Within

Women’s Empowerment: Validation Comes from Within

In my work as a clinical psychologist, I often observe successful and accomplished women struggling with issues surrounding feelings of self-worth and self-esteem. My patients, many of whom are young adults, often express unwarranted feelings of doubt and insecurity that conflict with reality. Common invalidating phrases that my clients regularly ...

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DIY Face Masks Feed Your Face

A great way to pamper yourself is to treat your face with ingredients that will bring it back to life. Masks are a nice and quick way of achieving and maintaining good skin. You can also make DIY masks at home with ingredients at home. They are cheaper, easier and ...

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Panthenol and Your Skin – What You Need to Know

Panthenol is a non-irriating form of Vitamin B that is usually derived from plants. When this natural, hydrating vitamin is applied externally, it penetrates into lower skin layers, gets absorbed into your skin cells and turns into pantothenic acid (commonly known as Vitamin B5). Because panthenol is absorbed deeply into ...

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Top 4 Skin Care Tips

The skin is said to be the human body’s largest organ. It’s also the part of the body that is most exposed, protecting it from external elements that could do it harm. And yet a lot of people ignore the skin and take it for granted. If you want your ...

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11 (Non-Dietary) Actions That Enhance Insulin Sensitivity

11 (Non-Dietary) Actions That Enhance Insulin Sensitivity

Insulin does a lot of important things for us. It pulls glucose from the blood and fritters it away into our cells to be burned for energy or stored as glycogen. It prevents hyperglycemic toxicity to neurons, pancreatic cells, the arterial walls and the generation of excessive levels of reactive ...

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