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The benefits of green tea

Posted by Shelagh McNally on

The benefits of green tea

In the West, green tea has caught on as beneficial drink for health and beauty, thanks to its high level of key nutritional ingredient. Learn more about its delicious health benefits.

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Superfoods for super beauty

Posted by Shelagh McNally on

Superfoods for super beauty

With their high levels of antioxidants and vitamins, superfoods are now considered an essential component for beauty treatments. Learn how and why you should add them to your diet.

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Superfood; The secret of beauty

Posted by Maggie Reyes on

Superfood; The secret of beauty

Superfoods are foods that contain high levels of nutrients such as antioxidants and vitamins. Why are those nutrients important for you? If nothing else, these components are essential for beauty.   Superfoods and Antioxidants Antioxidants are a very important base for beauty, since it has as a function to retard and prevent the oxidation of the cells, thus helping reduce the signs of aging. These nutrients can be found naturally in large quantities in superfoods, such as; Cacao, chia, goji.   Superfoods and vitamins In addition to antioxidants, superfoods are rich in vitamins. Vitamins are very beneficial for skin care,...

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Corn, wheat and oats for firm breasts

Posted by Maggie Reyes on

Corn, wheat and oats for firm breasts

Every woman wants firm and perky breasts. This becomes more of a challenge as we begin to age and gravity causes our breasts to lose their firmness. Fortunately, there are different techniques to counteract sagging breasts. Cosmetic solutions range from breast surgery to a variety of cosmetic products. Many women prefer to opt for a more natural method using superfoods. The superfood combination for firm breasts are surprising: corn, oats and wheat all help to keep breasts firm and healthy.   Corn Originally from the Caribbean, this grain was adopted by Central Mexico natives who considered corn “the sustenance of...

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