10 Foods You Should Never Eat And Why (Avoid Them at All Costs)

Via excellentdieting.com

Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physician, said food should be your medicine.

If you’re trying to improve your health, chances are you’ve already added healthy foods to your diet, likefruits and vegetables, and taken out a few not-so-healthy items, like pizza and cheesecake.

But perhaps you’re still not seeing the results you’d like to or you’re feeling frustrated with the lifestyle shift.

Shopping for healthy foods these days can be challenging because labels are misleading. “Natural” foods are still packed full of preservatives and “fresh” foods are doused in pesticides.


Save the planet EARTH

   SHARE this video     

http://www.thesecret.tv/videos/the-secret-planet-earth-hd/Read the rest

DIY Homemade Onion Juice and Honey Hair Loss Treatment

Via top10homeremedies

Onion juice is one of the best home remedies for thinning hair and hair loss. Its sulfur content improves blood circulation, stimulates hair follicles and promotes hair regrowth.

Sulfur is considered one of the primary building blocks of hair. It is required for healthy collagen and keratin. Many amino acids, the building blocks of protein, have a sulfur component, and keratin proteins have large amounts of sulfur-containing amino acids.



Is about the END of the
planet EARTH

If WE do not ACT NOW..
HUMANITY Would disappear
in the NEXT 100 years

ACT NOW..Read the rest

12 Weight loss tips for busy people

Via timesofindia

Running around practically all the time, trying to juggle work responsibilities, a family and several other things? You’re not alone

As millions of people deal with the stress of daily life, they have little choice but to put their fitness on the backburner. And losing all those extra pounds simply becomes a distant dream. Don’t lose hope though. Here are a few ways that you can help you lose weight the right way.

1) Take 20 to 30 minutes out every weekend and plan your meals for the week. Keep a copy of the schedule stuck on your … Read the rest

Receding Hairline Treatment- Is There a Remedy?

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Many people are looking for a receding hairline treatment to restore or stop the progression of hair loss. There are various options and procedures that patients can go, men and women affected by this problem. Generally men who suffer from male pattern baldness follows a pattern of hair loss that starts with the gradual decline of the hairline originating thinner and shorter hair. This condition affects mostly males but also can affect women of any age. In the following lines we will try to to review this problem.

Receding Hairline Treatment – Prevention

Hair loss … Read the rest

Revealed… the 13 nutrients YOU need to eat to help prevent the world’s leading killer – heart disease


Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death across the world

  • Yet, nutritionist Sarah Flower reveals we can all do more to prevent it
  • Eating a healthy diet rich in nutrients is key to protecting the heart
  • Ditch junk food, stop counting calories and ‘switch to eating real food’
  • From Omega-3 to magnesium and zinc, she reveals vital 13 nutrients

We have all heard the saying ‘we are what we eat’, with a belief that a good diet can help protect us from ill-health.

Dr Carl Pfeiffer, a pioneer in nutritional medicine … Read the rest

Japanese Rejuvenation Method Using Rice


Instead of using expensive creams, Japanese people have found a method to get rid of wrinkles using rice. This Japanese facial mask will erase years of your face and will make your skin look gorgeous and smooth.







Japanese women have been using rice in the skin care routine for centuries. They consider this cereal grain for their secret beautifying weapon. Rice is rich in vitamin B that stimulates cell regeneration and slows down aging.

Save the planet EARTH

SHARE this video



All you need to prepare this face Read the rest


The following is a familiar note. Today September 20, 2013, my brother John, professional painter will be honored in the city of Huaraz, Peru. All my brothers traveled for the occasion and I could not do it, so I wrote this letter, which is a personal tribute to a beloved brother who has lost his memory but always is in my heart. The following post is written in Spanish, my native language and is a familiar note that ask you  tolerate me.

Thanks for your understanding




Pc. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Mi nombres es … Read the rest

Buyer beware: Hair loss solutions must start with trust

Presented by RAZ International, Inc.

Imagine a clothing store that carries only one item, with three or four color choices. Or imagine your doctor asking, “Would you like the blue or purple pill prescription? They’re exactly the same—just choose your shade.”

“Regardless of a problem or its causes,” remarked Amnon Zakay, founder, consultant and personal hair replacement expert at RAZ International, Inc., “we have an ethical responsibility to offer options, encourage people to try different methods, compare them and discover available solutions. This is especially the case with the complex issues regarding women’s hair loss.”

The American Hair … Read the rest

Do You Know What Is Alopecia?

PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Scientific Japanese, in 2009, discovered a gene called SOX21, that could be responsible for hair loss in men and women and at the same time in the India, a researcher found, the relationship between hair loss and hormone androgenic. According to this theory, androgenetic alopecia, it would be the unintended anabolic effect of androgens

But what is alopecia?

Modern medicine described “alopecia “as the loss of hair from the head or sometimes the body, which can reach baldness.

 Foto flickr
Usually, all we lose hair every day, around about 100 hairs daily, … Read the rest

Diabetes drug’s happy side effect: Weight loss

Via washingtonpost.com-  DANIELLE OFRI,

Right after residency, I took a summer job in a family practice in a beach town on Long Island, covering Fridays and weekends for the regular doctors. The setting was quite different from my training in an urban hospital. It was a bit of a culture shock to go from a world of critically ill hospitalized patients to an outpatient suburban setting where most weekend appointments were for sore throats, rashes and sprained ankles. But I quickly became a pro at Lyme disease identification.









One day, Read the rest