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How does Alcohol affect your Skin?

  Alcohol is often consumed on happy occasions such as celebrations, weddings or just over a meal. It is harmless to drink in moderate amount, but drinking in large quantity might have...

The Hyperpigmentation

  Hyperpigmentation is characterized by a darkening of an area of skin caused by the overproduction of a pigment in the skin known as melanin. Hyperpigmentation can cause significant distress as the...

How does Lasers lighten Pigmentation & Scars?

Lasers for Skin Resurfacing are widely known to address concerns of acne scarring, photo-related aging, vascular changes and skin laxity. The treatment uses energy to rapidly heat and vaporise the...

Sleep Well, Lose Fat

  Signs Sleep Deprivation Even Though You May Not Feel Like It It turns out, according to sleep science, most adults experience similar side effects from sleep deprivation. Sure, if you're up...

Will Eating Less Damage Metabolism?

Damaged Metabolism? Gaining and losing fat can change the way your brain regulates your body weight. Why do you get energy to stay alive and move around? This source of energy...

Don’t Let Technology Stress You and Give You Belly Fat

  Overwhelming technology causes stress and build up of belly fat.   Technostressed : It is a definition of how technology causes irritation, frustration, stress and lack of sleep, according to a professor...

Protein and You

Protein and You     Why is Protein Good for Me?   Unlike extra fat that can be stored easily on our bums and bellies, protein is always being used by the body for build...

Supplements “Facts vs Myth”

  Dietary supplements : Facts vs Myth   1. Supplements supply only a fraction of the nutrients needed daily, and are not a quick fix for sub-optimal food choices. (Fact) Reason – Whole food...

Anti-Aging Nutrition

Scientists have proposed that, active ‘free radicals’ present in the body causes damage to body cells. This results in accelerated aging as shown by: Cataracts, heart disease, cancers and physical appearance eg. wrinkles   So how...