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10 Foods that will help you Loose Weight

10 Foods that will help you Loose Weight


By: Arlene Gentallan

Dieting and weight loss strategy isn't all about avoiding certain foods. It's also knowing the best food choices--the essential allies to boost weight loss. Here are 10 picks you should add to your diet plan.


1. Go green!

Vegetables are low in calories, but high in fiber. You'll feel full without the guilt of taking too much sugar. It's fiber content helps cleans your colon. Don't forget the mineral and vitamins that comes along with it.

There's a wide selection of vegetables: spinach, lettuce, celery, broccoli, cabbage, etc. Hey, these are not just green stuffs! There's a humongous number of vegan recipes you can try to turn a simple veggie into an awesome dining experience.


2. Fruits

Fruits contains natural sugar and fiber. These little goodies can work wonder to satisfy diet-wrecking cravings. Fruits generally contains less calories. These are awesome substitute to candy and sweets. Blueberries,…

Is Warm Steam Safe for Asthmatics?

Is Warm Steam Safe for Asthmatics?


By: Arlene Gentallan

What is Asthma?

Asthma is a chronic disease that produces swelling and constriction of airway causing difficulty of breathing, usually accompanied by production of thick respiratory secretions and coughing. Severity varies among people.

In between asthma attacks, there is a period of remission. Individuals afflicted with asthma understand the anxiety and fear of having an asthma attack because aside from the breathing difficulty and other symptoms it brings, if left untreated, an asthma attack is life-threatening.



Warm steam for Asthma

Inhaling warm steam when you are having an asthma attack does a number of advantages to open up the constricted airway:
Warm steam eases difficulty of breathing in asthma by reducing inflammation of the airway.The humidity of steam moistens the airway to help loosen sticky secretions, making it easier to expel by coughing.Alleviates clogged noseLessens the pain of headacheThe warmth dilates blood vess…

Natural Make-up Remover that's Found in your Kitchen

Natural Make-up Remover that's Found in your Kitchen


By: Arlene Gentallan

Cosmetic is an aesthetic necessity to a majority of people. It's a big deal that there are even jobs requiring employees to wear make-up. Be it after a special occasion or a typical weekday, if you're wearing make-up, then at the end of the day, you will want it removed.

Sure, you can buy commercially available make-up remover but these typically contains a list of chemicals which can remove your face's natural protective oil leaving you with dry complexion and making you acne-prone. If you're an adventurer or someone who's simply tired of the well-worn path of using commercial make-up remover, why try something new that's natural?

Especially if you're using make-up on a regular basis, you'll want a skin-friendly inexpensive do-it-yourself alternative as part of your beauty care regimen.


Honey

Choose organic honey.

Simply put honey on your finger pad or a cotton ball then massa…

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