Celebrating 10000 followers on instagram and announcing the new website!

I’m so very thankful to every and each one of you! 10000 is a very important threshold for me and I’ve been working very hard to get to this number. We’ve been developing an upgrade of the website to make it more interesting for you guys. It will be launched in the beginning of next month. Also, recently I’ve had quite an interesting collaboration experience with a company operating in furniture and bathroom design. The entire outcome of the collaboration is going to mark the launch of the new version of the website so stay tuned.

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Hats, sunglasses and sunscreen: which of them really works?

As trivial as it might sound, the best sun protection out there is about wearing hats, sunglasses and clothes. You can also rely on zinc oxide and astaxanthin in that respect. And then there is sunscreen, which you shouldn’t actually rely on. For decades, doctors and media have been recommending the use of sunscreen before going outside. Why then, one might wonder, the incidence of cancer cases has increased dramatically since people started using sunscreen? Well, all these specialists avoid talking about the specific types of sunscreen that are actually efficient for their purpose. How often have you heard recommendations on how to efficiently “use” sunscreen in order to protect yourself from skin cancer and at the same time increase levels of vitamin D, which is so important for your health and plays a vital role in preventing melanoma.

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The joy of not wearing stretch marks

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– There are numerous stretch mark remedies on the market today, with some even claiming that they can make these marks disappear in a few days or weeks. The bad news is that despite their high cost, many of these products don’t even work

– Avoiding stretch marks is a matter of staying hydrated and keeping your skin moisturized.

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Only 1 in 3 people carries the longevity gene. What happens to the other two?

Scientists say everyone carries the FOXO3 gene, which is associated with aging, but 1 in 3 people carry a version of the gene associated with longevity.

Discovering the fountain of youth has been one of the world’s most sought-after but elusive endeavors. New information suggests that enhanced metabolism may be a valuable key for improved health and longevity. A single, powerful component – astaxanthin may turn everyone’s FOXO3 gene into the longevity version.

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6 Human Foods That Are Toxic and Potentially Fatal for Your Pets

Have you ever considered that healthy food for humans can not only be toxic but even deadly to your household pets? Try and write down a list of foods you give to your pets, just for the sake of it and then read the article and compare your list to what scientists have concluded. Let me know about your results in the comments.

So let’s get down to the matter at hand. Two researchers at the University of Milan in Italy compiled a list of human foods that cause the most pet poisonings worldwide.

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We need to go back in time looking for health

The most interesting and unexpected news in the healthy food science. Scientists advise that we start once again getting used to milk from cows that are pastured freely in the open, to lard and its derivatives, and to other traditional saturated fats, such as the coconut oil. Throw away the rape, corn and soy oil. Keep away from anything that contains polyunsaturated fat. In truth, the only healthy oils are the coconut and the olive oils. Butter and mutton fat –very saturated fat products-and very healthy ones indeed (if the animals’ feed hasn’t been poisoned). Coconut oil is a unique product in terms of its capacity to prevent weight gain and treat obesity, as it stimulates the metabolism. It metabolizes fast and to a certain extent it acts as an antioxidant . Olive oil stimulates weight gain to a very small extent, incomparable with corn or soy oils and it contains an antioxidant that contributes towards preventing heart disease and cancer.

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