Thursday, July 11, 2019 by: Zoey Sky Tags: #nutrition, alternative medicine, balanced diet, berries, biotin, clean food, collagen, conditioners, essential oils, food cures, food is medicine, fresh fruit, Fresh Fruits, fresh vegetables, functional food, functional foods, goodfood, goodhealth, grocery cures, hair, hair care, hair follicles, hair growth, hair health, hair loss, hair products, harmful chemicals, healthy fats, men's health, natural cures, natural medicine, nutrients, omega-3 fatty acids, prevention, protein, Proteins, remedies, scalp health, shampoos, sulfates, superfoods, supplements, vegetables, vitamin C, women's health, zinc (Natural News) Maintaining hair health goes beyond just using natural hair products — although those can be helpful, too. If you want to keep your hair thick and shiny naturally, follow a healthy diet and avoid using shampoos and conditioners that contain harmful chemicals. Hair health basics According to Andi Scarborough, stylist and … [Read more...] about Nutrition for lovely locks: Make your hair thicker naturally
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We're all on a quest to live our #bestlife, which explains why health assessments of all kinds - from DNA testing to at-home blood tests - are on the rise. When it comes to alternative remedies, high street organic beauty and wellness specialists The Organic Pharmacy offer a homeopathic health assessment (£150 for 90 minutes) that promises to give profiles on vitamin and mineral deficiencies, organ function, hormone balance, viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites, digestive disorders, stress & food intolerance. Here's what happened when two ES editors booked in to try it... What happens? Arrive at one of the clean and calm Organic Pharmacy stores and you’ll be whisked off to a consultation room by one of the in-house homeopaths who begins the 90-minute session with an in-depth chat. In addition to any specific health concerns (insomnia, weight gain or a skin condition say), you’ll also be quizzed on your general wellbeing, emotional state, lifestyle … [Read more...] about Can a homeopathic body scanning device tell you how healthy you are?
Feeling burnt out? Why you could be going through the perimenopause BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Six months after she gave birth to her second child, fitness entrepreneur Orla Hopkins began to feel out of sorts. She was chronically tired, irritable and weepy - and she couldn't understand why. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/health/feeling-burnt-out-why-you-could-be-going-through-the-perimenopause-38040419.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/article38040418.ece/91c7b/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-04-23_lif_49774223_I5.JPG Email Six months after she gave birth to her second child, fitness entrepreneur Orla Hopkins began to feel out of sorts. She was chronically tired, irritable and weepy - and she couldn't understand why. "Initially, I just accepted it," she explains. "I had a newborn baby and I wasn't getting enough sleep. But then it got to the point that I was feeling overwhelmed by the smallest incident. I'd kind of well up - and that just wasn't me." The mum-of-two … [Read more...] about Feeling burnt out? Why you could be going through the perimenopause
I feel grateful that, if I place my 20 years of running experiences—good, bad, and ugly—on a scale, the dial still points to “worth it.” Running has enhanced my life in so many ways. It’s been a passion, competitive outlet, and job. It’s also been a peaceful escape, a vehicle to enjoy the outdoors, and a social hour. Occasionally, it has broken bones and crushed my spirit. Although running is many things beyond a sport, the gentle companion version of it hasn’t pressured me to grow nearly as much as the competitive side has. It can be uncomfortable and empowering at the same time, and I still love it to this day. What I don’t love is seeing young athletes become discouraged to the point of quitting the sport, especially girls, who have twice the dropout rate of boys by age 14, according to the Women’s Sports Foundation. Be it the comforting confidante or hard-driving teacher, running is a partner you can have forever. Here are some … [Read more...] about How Molly Huddle Keeps Her Love of Running
New Year’s Day is typically the time for resolutions and promises to do better—to take advantage of a fresh start. But after a whirlwind year, my New Year came and went without much thought about resolutions, thanks to a much-needed tequila-filled vacation with my boyfriend, Jay, in Cancun. But in the blink of an eye, we were back in New York. Suddenly, I woke up one Saturday morning and realized it was already the middle of February. Lying on the couch that afternoon binge-watching a show—restless, but too exhausted to think of any plans to make—a thought hit me: I am in a rut.On the surface, everything in my life was great. I’ve been in my dream job running OprahMag.com for seven months, and every day, I walk into work beyond grateful for the gig. But having the dream job has also meant that I’ve had to put my career first—and myself, somewhere after that.That constant hustle at work resulted in a lot of mindless stress-eating; I often … [Read more...] about We Tried J.Lo and A-Rod’s 10-Day No Sugar, No Carb Challenge—and Lost 16 Pounds