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Article by Carol Parks
Do you suffer this silent scourge in quiet desperation?
You get a lot of sleep but wake up exhausted… you’ve cut the junk from your diet and taken up a new exercise program but still can’t lose that “baby weight”… and more of your hair seems to pile up on the floor or clog your shower drain than ever…Maybe you also complain of brittle nails, cold hands and feet, dry skin, poor memory, pain, headaches, and muscle cramps. And then there’s that melancholy mood or even crying fits that make you feel like a stranger in your own body…It’s enough to make you feel old far beyond your years.
SUPPORT YOUR JOINTS & SKIN NATURALLY
Synthovial Seven®, Hyaluronic Acid
Use our patented oral Synthovial Seven® to supplement your body’s HA supply on the inside, and apply our new patented HylaRub™ to the outside and help maintain healthy joints and normal mobility.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) exists naturally in all living organisms. In the body, it is found in greater concentrations in the synovial fluid of joints for lubrication, the vitreous humor (fluid) of the eye and most abundantly in the skin.
As we age, the body produces less and less Hyaluronic Acid. This has an effect on normal, smooth, comfortable joint movement and normal softness and smoothness of the skin. You can maintain normal mobility, proper skin condition, the skin’s self-smoothing ability, and clear healthy eyes with Synthovial Seven®.
Turmeric, Curcumins & Health
Curcuma longa), you’ve probably tried it. You may be surprised to learn that turmeric is what gives the mustard you slather on your hot dog or ham sandwich that bright yellow color. If you’ve ever eaten too many of those foods, the medicinal properties of turmeric might have even saved you from a nasty stomachache! A member of the ginger family, turmeric is harvested from the fleshy, golden-orange root of Curcuma Longa. The roots are dried and ground to produce a fine golden powder.
Turmeric has been used for medicinal and culinary purposes for thousands of years. In India, China, and Persia, the list of turmeric’s applications is quite long. The herb has been used as an antioxidant,anti-inflammatory, diuretic, and even as an anti-tumor agent. It’s been investigated to support cardiovascular health, promote healthy digestion, and treat wounds. It’s also used to treat conditions ranging from parasites, poor circulation, indigestion, infections, acne, and many more.
ORGONO SILICA- THE SKIN SAVER
Skin is our largest protective organ! Collagen accounts for up to 75% of the weight of the dermis and is responsible for the resilience and elasticity of the skin. Collagen, which is mostly made up of silica, is the glue that holds us together. Our connective tissues consist of collagen, elastin, mucopolysaccharides and mucous carbohydrates which aid in moisture retention. Their capacity to hold on to moisture keeps the connective tissue resilient and has apparent importance in the prevention of premature aging. All these valuable molecules house large quantities of silica.Read more…
By-Donna Gates for Selina Naturally®
The inner ecosystem is a civilization that lives in the small and large intestine. In a healthy body, this civilization consists mostly of neutral bacteria. Fifteen to twenty percent of the civilization is considered good bacteria, these are bacteria doing important things for the digestion of foods. Also, even in a healthy body, there are a small number of “bad” bacteria which do not throw the system out of balance. There have been over 400 different microorganisms identified that could live in the gut. Many of them, as I mentioned, are neutral. Bifidus and acidophilous are two microorganisms that are beneficial and important, especially if you eat dairy products. We need acidophilous in the small intestine and bifidus in the large intestine. The acidophilous in the small intestine processes the food so that when the food gets down into the large intestine where the bifidus are, they benefit from the efforts of the acidopholous. That’s an example of how a balanced civilization works together. As we have begun to learn about this garden of Eden in the gut, there are many misconceptions that we first believed were true, and then later have come to understand as only half the truth. Yeast is an example of this. Read more…
A complete stress recovery program
Are you under a lot of stress these days? Learn how to relieve normal daily anxiety and stress in an easy and healthy way.
When we are stressed our bodies naturally kick into a “fight or flight” response. While our bodies are perfectly designed to ignite this mode in emergency situations, everyday stressors initiate this response and it eventually takes a toll on us physically and mentally.
10 TIPS TO FIGHT THE SNIFFLES THIS YEAR!
Sinusitis- When Sniffles Turn Ugly
It’s always a relief when the warm weather of spring coaxes green sprouts from dried grass. At last, we can go outdoors without piling on coats and scarves. We can go to the park, enjoy the sun,breathe in the fragrant air . . . uh-oh. It’s pollen season. Many of us will try not to breathe that fragrant air, instead we close our doors and windows, turn on air filters, and begin numerous methods to prevent the dreaded onset of springtime allergy season.
But pollen is not the only particle that poses problems to the respiratory system. Dust and indoor mold can irritate the sinuses of allergic persons and colds and flu attack everyone equally. Often allergy flare-ups and colds clear up easily. Sometimes they don’t: the sinuses become inflamed and a secondary infection, known as sinusitis or a sinus infection,sets in. In this article, we will consider the structure of the sinuses, how sinusitis develops and what can be done to prevent and treat sinusitis – naturally. Read more…
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