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Joe Boone, editor of the Juicing Tips Newsletter, (www.juicingtips.com) answers subscriber email from Helen, asking questions about beet juice benefits, how to prepare them for juicing and Joe addresses the subject of beets in full detail – perhaps more than most care to know!
Question by NCRider: Anyone have any tips for healthier, natural skin health?
I don’t have bad skin but I do work out a lot and find myself breaking out primarily on my face every now and then. Nothing on my body. I’ve heard fish oil, drinking water, foods with anti oxidants (blueberries, grapes, acai). Also I think a lot of it is from shaving irritation. Any guys/girls have any tips for preventing the razor bumps? (cream brands, razor brands?)
nice glacial. never heard that before. for a minute there i thought you were pitching some sort of milk and honey pill. good info though. ha, take care.
Answer by Glacial I would recommend Drinking daily before you sleep or at any time a cup of warm milk with honey since.. Both honey and milk posses antimicrobial and cleansing properties. These properties are enhanced when the two are taken together. Numerous cleansers are prepared using milk and honey as the mixture gives a glowing skin. One can also enjoy a milk and honey bath, by mixing them in equal quantities. The combination is used in various spas throughout the world.
A glass of milk and honey daily in the morning is known to improve the stamina of people. While milk contains proteins, honey contains the necessary carbohydrates required for effective metabolism. Milk and honey provides strength to all including children and old men and women.
Milk and honey combination acts not only on the skin but also on the entire body by making it agile and youthful. People in many ancient civilizations including Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Indians drank milk and honey to preserve their youth. Since milk and honey ensure long life, the combination was known as the elixir of life.
Question by Kaye B: What is your best natural health tip? Tanks?
Answer by Is that so Stay away from highly refined chemically processed food and avoid processed sugar in it’s entirety. Processed sugar will age you before your time, empty your bank account and mentally and physically exhaust you. Pinpoint any food intolerances you have and address them. Drink lots of water and don’t drink alcohol, sodas or pop. Be happy. Don’t worry about the things you have no control over and enjoy your precious life.
Spring allergies are in full bloom and Dr. Ellen Cutler, author of MicroMiracles: Discover the Healing Power of Enzymes (Rodale 2005) announced today that natural approaches to dealing with this dilemma are very overlooked in our country. Seasonal allergies or hay fever affects more than 20 percent of the people living in the US. Once more, there is an overall cost of billion each year that people put out for office visits to their physicians.
Dr. Cutler who has a degree in chiropractic and a medical degree says that people with allergies should check out natural options which she feels are more effective and economical. Dr. Cutler says that enzyme therapy could alleviate a lot of suffering and that it’s nothing to sneeze at. “Enzyme therapy, which does not cause any side effects, can alleviate most of the uncomfortable symptoms associated with springtime allergies, such as feeling sedated, drugged and foggy or fatigued,” she said. “In addition, allergies are draining enough – they should not also drain the wallet.”
Author of four books on health and wellness, Dr. Cutler is the founder of BioSet, a natural allergy elimination technique with clinics established throughout the country and a teaching clinic/institute in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her books on allergies include Winning the War Against Allergies and The Food Allergy Cure. Her latest book is MicroMiracles, Discover the Healing Power of Enzymes. She is available for interviews and will provide other useful natural health tips to prevent allergies and quickly alleviate their symptoms. Media contact: Connie St John, The St John Group – 415-454-2243.