Archive for June 17th, 2013

Staying stress free ‘key to looking young’

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Scientists from NYU have revealed that stress is the real culprit behind grey hairs.

The study, carried out on lab mice, suggest that constant worrying affects melanocyte stem cells, which produce the melanin pigment that is responsible for the colour of hair and skin, the Daily Express reported.

The examination explains that when the skin is damaged, these cells travel from their usual position, in a bulge at the base of the hair follicle, to carry out whatever repairs have to be done.

The researcher also revealed that stress causes the same migration and prevents cells from returning, thus turning hair white.

The author of the study, Dr Mayumi Ito, said that stress hormones promote melanocyte migration from hair follicles to damaged skin.

It asserted that excessive stress might mean fewer cells would be preserved within the follicle.


Health benefits of vinegar revealed

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Vinegar has always tasted great with french fries and made your glassware sparkle, but the miracle liquid’s amazing natural remedies and natural cures were unknown to many.

In ‘The Healing Powers of Vinegar’, by Cal Orey, readers will discover countless vinegar benefits and natural remedies.

Nutrition aside, vinegar has been a trusted natural remedy that your mother, grandmother, and their grandmothers have known.

The natural cures it provides can be used from head to toe.

Scalp problems such as dandruff, athlete’s foot, yeast infections, even headaches are no match for this natural remedy.

Vinegar can also be used as a cosmetic natural remedy to produce natural cures that help protect and beautify your skin!

New evidence shows that both red wine and apple cider vinegar benefit everybody.


Sugar overload can damage heart

Monday, June 17th, 2013

A study led by researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) has found that too much sugar can lead to heart failure.

A single small molecule, the glucose metabolite glucose 6-phosphate (G6P), causes stress to the heart that changes the muscle proteins and induces poor pump function leading to heart failure, according to the study.

G6P can accumulate from eating too much starch and/or sugar.

“Treatment is difficult. Physicians can give diuretics to control the fluid, and beta-blockers and ACE inhibitors to lower the stress on the heart and allow it to pump more economically,” Heinrich Taegtmeyer, M.D., D.Phil., principal investigator and professor of cardiology at the UTHealth Medical School, said.

“But we still have these terrible statistics and no new treatment for the past 20 years,” the researcher said.


Six beauty secrets by Evelyn Sharma

Monday, June 17th, 2013

Evelyn Sharma shares a few beauty tips on how to pamper your skin and get that soft, supple look for any occasion!

Evelyn Sharma is a German model who has acted in a few Bollywood movies. She was offered five movies even before her first release! Some of her projects are Yeh jawani hai deewani , Yaariyan and Nautanki Saala.

Here are the six beauty secrets by Evelyn Sharma

Maintain a daily skincare ritual: To keep your skin healthy a good cleansing, toning and moisturizing routine is essential twice a day. Start with cleansing daily with a natural based cleanser, followed by toning, to keep your skin hydrated. The last and the most important thing is to moisturise your skin. Coconut based moisturisers are the best, since coconut contains properties similar to body oils, it gets absorbed quickly and replenishes the lost moisturizer keeping the skin nourished all day


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