Here's Why Pregnant Mother should Avoid Coffee

Coffee is a staple to a huge number of people, but there are cases when it's consumption isn't advisable. Let's talk about if drinking coffee is safe during pregnancy.

Here's Why Pregnant Mother should Avoid Coffee
Here's Why Pregnant Mother should Avoid Coffee

@healthbiztips by Arlene Gentallan

Pregnancy can be a tough period. It can be challenging especially to first time moms who may not realize that there are certain foods they should avoid or limit during this crucial period on their child's development. Coffee is among the beverages pregnant women should limit from their diet.


Why you should limit coffee when you are pregnant?

Drinking more than 200 mg of caffeine which you get from roughly 2 cups of coffee is link by several research to an increase risk of congenital defect, low birth weight, preterm birth, and miscarriage among pregnant women.

Is coffee worth those risk?


Let's look at what makes coffee not a suitable beverage among pregnant mothers.

Caffeine which is found in coffee is the world's most widely used stimulant. Caffeine is a drug. Caffeine causes an increase in blood pressure and heart rate. It is also a diuretic which causes an increase in the frequency of urination which, if combined with poor fluid intake, can potentially lead to dehydration.

Caffeine acts as a vasoconstrictor which means it decreases the diameter of blood vessels. It can limit the blood flow to the placenta and the unborn child.

Caffeine can cross the placenta and is poorly metabolized by the unborn baby because it's liver is not yet fully developed.


Should pregnant mother completely give up on coffee?

There are pregnant women who develop aversion to coffee while they are pregnant, but if you're a coffee lover, while you may not completely cut down on caffeine intake, you'll have to limit it's consumption during the course of your pregnancy.

Limiting intake of caffeine to less than 200 mg (less than 2 cups of coffee) per day is recommended for pregnant women.

Sunflower seed Oil Benefits to the Skin

Sunflower seed oil gained popularity in cosmetic because of it's many benefits to the skin. It's pack full of antioxidants and nutients, so it's no wonder it ascended from a typical cooking oil into one of the beloved beauty product. Sunflower seed oil is rich in Vitamins C, E, beta-carotene, linoleic acid, and lecithin.

Sunflower seed Oil Benefits to the Skin
Sunflower seed Oil Benefits to the Skin

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Let's explore the wonders sunflower seed oil does to the skin.


Moisturizer

Having dry skin makes you prone to develop wrinkles so proper skin hydration counts. Sunflower seed oil is a natural chemical-free alternative to those commercially sold moisturizer. Technically, it's an oil but once you spread it over your body, it doen't leave you with a greasy mess. It blends perfectly with your skin. It leaves your skin soft and glistening without any distinct odor.


Anti-aging

Sunflower seed oil is rich in Vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene which prevents premature skin aging and fights damaging free radicals from the environment. It nourishes the skin and helps with the turn over of dead skin cells allowing new skin cells to dominate which helps fades away skin blemishes, scars, and acne marks.


Anti-inflammatory

Sunflower seed oil has an anti-inflammatory property which is beneficial to the skin as it soothes skin irritation and redness caused by skin problems such as acne and eczema. It can potentially benefit individuals suffering from an acne outbreak.

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10 Health Facts & Tips # 15 @healthbiztips


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Eat desert 2 hours after a meal so it will not mess up with the absorption of nutrients.


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Nature Republic Aloe Vera Gel Review

When I heared the good reviews about Nature Republic Aloe Vera Soothing Gel, I knew I just have to try this skincare product.

Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel

@healthbiztips by Arlene Gentallan

Nature Republic's aloe vera soothing gel hits the market like a storm. It's no surprise that Korean skincare products are sensational. Let's look into this cosmetic stuff and review if it really lives up to the claims.

Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel


The packaging

Nature Republic Aloe Vera Gel comes in a green cylindrical  plastic container that holds 300 ml of aloe vera gel. When you open it, you'll see an extra plastic lid inside which prevents the content from spilling out.

This product isn't wrapped in a paper box unlike other products, so what assures costumers that it's fresh is the clear outer covering plastic wrapped around it.

Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel

There is no spoon nor a scooper that comes along with this product, so if you prefer to not get messy, you'll have to buy a separate scooper.

Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel


The price

I think this skincare product is affordable considering that there are other skincare products out there which can cost about 4 times but contains significantly less amount.

Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel



Smells good...

I think a lot of people will agree that one of the fist things they notice when trying out a beauty product is it's smell. Nature republic's aloe vera gel has a fragrant refreshing scent which I really like.

Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel


The aloe vera gel

There is a contrast between the outer packaging and what's inside. As opposed to the green exterior of it's container, the content is actually a clear transparent 92% aloe vera gel measuring 300 ml (10.56 fl. oz.). The aloe vera gel content is quite mesmerizing owing to it's glistening and smooth consistency.


Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel


Not oily

When I put aloe vera on my face, I prefer to use my hand. Unlike those product which some people prefer to apply on their face using the pads of their fingertips, I think Nature Republic Aloe Vera Gel is easier to apply using bare hands using at least 3 of your fingers or the entire palmar aspect of your hand.

In my opinion, this aloe vera gel is something you can't comfortably apply with a piece of cottonball knowing you're gonna be wasting some of it absorbed inside your pluffy cottonball.

It's very soothing and cool to the skin. It definitely isn't oily nor greasy which is really great considering that I'm using my bare hands. It dries and is absorb by the skin in a couple of minutes. When I want it to dry faster, I use a fan on my face.

Once it dries, the skin feels soft and hydrated.

Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel
Nature Republic 92% Aloe Vera Soothing Gel


Not just for the face

Another reason I like to use my bare hands when applying Nature Republic Aloe Vera Soothing Gel is that I also use it as a substitute to body lotion. It makes my skin soft and fragrant.

In cases when I applied too much on my face, I can easily solve that by spreading the excess aloe vera gel on my neck.


Is it effective?

I really like what Nature Republic Aloe Vera Soothing Gel did to my skin.  There are individuals who apply this product and leave it on their face for 30 minutes to a couple of hours before rinsing it off with water, but it works best for me when I leave it on my face overnight. Upon waking up in the morning and rinsing my face with water, I notice that my skin feels soft and appears smoother. When I look at my face in the mirror, I notice that this product leaves my face with a glow which may be due to it's good moisturizing property.


Pimples

From my experience, Nature Republic Aloe Vera gel did help with my outbreak, although it's not a skincare product that can eliminate 100% of your pimples.

It is definitely an amazing product. It minimizes skin pores and is very gentle to the skin.

15 Facts about Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis outbreak usually occurs in tropical countries challenged by flooding and poor sanitation.

15 Facts about Leptospirosis
15 Facts about Leptospirosis

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Leptospirosis is a rare disease but it can be fatal. Knowing more about this disease is key to prevent or manage it. Here are facts you should know about leptospirosis:


1. Leptospirosis is caused by the bacteria Leptospira 
interrogans.


2. Leptospirosis is usually transmitted by rats which humans can get exposed to when going to wet fields, freshwater, or flooded areas contaminated with rat urine through open wound and cut on the skin.


3. You can get leptospirosis when an infected animal bites you or when it's body fluid penetrates your body through skin abrasion and mucus membranes of the eyes, nose, and mouth.


4. Yes, you can also get infected when you drink contaminated water or eat contaminated food.


5. Saltwater generally are considered safe because it's iodine content kills the Leptospira bacteria.


6. Rodents are not the only animals that can carry leptospirosis infection, cattle dogs, horses, pig, sheep, and other animals can also be carriers.


7. Vaccination is available for animals and humans to protect against leptospirosis.


8. Incubation period or the time from exposure to the development of symptom usually takes 2 to 30 days.


9. Typical sign and symptoms of Leptospirosis includes:

  • fever
  • chills
  • headache
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • stomachache
  • muscle ache
  • jaundice (yellow tinge skin and sclera of the eye)
  • red eyes
  • skin rash


10. It is possible for a person get infected with leptospirosis but show no symptom.


11. It is possible for an infected mother to pass on the infection to her baby through breastfeeding.


12. Leptospirosis may have 2 phases. The first phase is characterized by less severe symptoms such as headache, fever, muscle pain and gastrointestinal upset. The symptoms will abruptly disappear followed by the fatal 2nd phase of leptospirosis marked by liver damage, kidney damage, or meningitis.


13. Weil's disease is the severe form of leptospirosis which is marked by liver failure, kidney failure, meningitis, which can cause jaundice, and water retention leading to swelling of extremities, and hemorrhage.


14. Outbreaks of leptospirosis can occur following flooding brought about by typhoon.


15. Antibiotics usually used to treat leptospirosis includes doxycycline and penicillin.

1O Health problems Solved by Roses

Roses are beautiful. You may be amazed at how elegant and timeless roses are. But, these flowers are not just pretty to look at. Once you know it's medicinal property and health benefits, you'll realize that there's more than what meets the eye.

1O Health problems Solved by Roses
1O Health problems Solved by Roses

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1. Headache, anxiety, depression, and stress

Headache, anxiety, depression, and stress are part of majority of people's lives. Want to unwind? Our sense of smell can be a powerful tool. Studies show that the smell of roses calms the mind and uplifts the mood.

The fragrance of roses is classic. There's plenty of ways to enjoy it's sweet delicate aroma...rose perfume, aromatherapy with rose essential oil, rose tea, rose petal filled bathtub, rose oil infused bath water, and even soap made of roses.


2. Insomnia

Roses helps promote a sound sleep by relaxing the brain. If you're restless, inhaling the vapor of rose water will help ease your nerve and relax your mind. You can also enjoy a warm rose water tea or indulge in rose water bath before going to bed to calm your senses.


3. Asthma, colds, and flu

Asthma is a chronic disease characterized by inflammation and constriction of the airways which causes difficulty of breathing. Roses are natural bronchodilators and antimicrobial that has been used since ancient times as a home remedy for a variety of respiratory ailments like asthma, colds, and flu.

Harness the benefit of roses against asthma by drinking rose water or rose tea. You can also relieve difficulty of breathing brought about by airway constriction by using roses for aromatherapy.


4. Sore throat

Roses' antimicrobial nature also serves those with sore throat. Gurgling rose water helps soothes the throat, reduce inflammation, and kills bacteria in the throat.


5. Premature aging

Roses are popular in the world of anti-aging. Roses are rich in antioxidant which helps the body fight premature aging. It's commonly found in a huge variety of cosmetic products such as soap, lotion, and cream.

Beauty junkies either drink rose water or apply it directly on their skin. Roses pampers the skin as it lightens the appearance of wrinkles, clears clogged pores, smoothens complexion, treats skin irritation, and lighten acne marks as well as age spots.


6. Stomach upset

Roses are natural alternative medicine to ailments involving the gastrointestinal system. Drinking rose water combats bloating, stomachache and constipation. It acts as a natural laxative, but can also be helpful to individuals suffering from diarrhea.


7. Skin irritation

Roses contains powerful anti-inflammatory compounds. Rose water can be applied topically to the affected area of the skin to reduce the redness, itch, and irritation caused by skin problems such as eczema.


8. Eye problems

Roses are not only pleasing to look at but are also infused with health benefits for the eye. Rose water has an antimicrobial  property which is harnessed as an alternative medicine to treat eye infection such as conjunctivitis.

A great number of people suffer from dry and tired eyes. Rose water can be used as a natural home remedy to soothe dry eyes.

Using rose water as an eye drop also has beneficial effect among individuals with cataract.


9. Wound

Rose's antiseptic property makes it an alternative treatment to clean wound, cuts, abrasions, and burns. It's cool and soothing to the skin. It allows the wound to heal faster.


10. Fluid retention

Roses are natural diuretic. This health benefit of roses is especially beneficial among individuals with water retention. It's also quite popular among those wanting to extra loose weight.

Can I Eat Roses?

When your lover gives you roses, eating it may be the last thing in your mind. Who in their right mind would eat roses? If you're asking this question, then, you came in late.

Can I Eat Roses?
Can I Eat Roses?

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Roses are edible! These glamorous petals have been cooked since ancient times to add flavor, beauty, nutrients, and aroma to dishes. Did you know that roses belong to the same family as apples, berries, pears, and plums?

Rose petals has a wide range of recipe applications for deserts, salad, beverages, and savory dishes. It's leaves can be brewed into a tea. Rose hip or rose fruit is also utilized in culinary. Depending on the type of rose used, flavor varies. It's flavor can be sweet, fruity, spicy, or bitter.

If you're aiming for a stronger flavor, use darker shades of roses. If you don't like bitter taste, then remove the white portion of the rose petal found at the base of the flower.

People drink rose water for it's many health benefits like anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial property.

10 Skincare Advantages of Rose Water

Roses are timeless in beauty. But, roses don't just look beautiful, these delicate flowers can actually make you look prettier...when you literally wear them on your skin. Sounds enchanting? Here's a bottle of rose water!

10 Skincare Advantages of Rose Water
10 Skincare Advantages of Rose Water

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Rose water has many skincare advantages...a number of good reasons to add it to your skincare recipe.

1. Smells divine

Let's admit it. When trying out a particular skincare product, we can't help but smell it. Like it or not, you can't usually ignore the scent of a product that you put on your face.

Roses don't just look good, they smell fantastic too. Just like freshly picked roses, rose water has that sweet aromatic scent that's soothing and relaxing. It's fragrance is known to reduce anxiety, depression, and headache.


2. Lightens skin blemishes and wrinkles

Rose water is a natural antioxidant that helps fights the signs of skin aging. It's nourishing to the skin. Regular topical application of rose water on the skin can lighten the appearance of skin blemishes, age spots, acne marks, and wrinkles.


3. Minimizes pores

Do you hate to see large skin pores? Then, rose water is your ally. Rose water acts like a toner that contracts pores, giving dirt lesser space to build onto.


4. Removes dirt and excess oil

Dirt and excess oil can put you on an increased risk of acne. You can turn rose water into a toner by using a cotton balls to massage it on your face. You may be amaze on how much dirt and impurities it can remove from your skin and pores.


5. Acne buster

Tired of pimples? Then, why not put on rose water. It's very gentle on sensitive skin. It helps clear off those acne promoting stuffs like excess oil, dirt, and impurities.


6. Moisturizer

A dry cracked skin can make you vulnerable to premature aging. Hydrate your skin by applying rose water.

The good thing about rose water is it's handy. You can carry a spray bottle of rose water conveniently at school, at work, or at vacation and spray it several times a day whenever you feel the need to pamper your skin. Spraying it into your face takes just a couple of quick seconds. Cool!


7. Softens skin

Another thing I like about rose water is it softens the skin. It's gentle and soothing to the skin. Isn't it great when a beauty product gives your skin a soft baby-like tenderness?


8. Anti-inflammatory

Rose water has an anti-inflammatory property which benefits your skin by reducing skin irritation, redness, and swelling.

Because of it's potent anti-inflammatory ability, it is use as a natural home remedy for skin conditions like eczema.


9. Heals

Rose water accelerates skin repair. It's a natural antioxidant and antibacterial so it is being used as a natural home remedy for cuts and burns.

Rose water can even be applied on scars to help fade it faster.


10. Reduce eye puffiness and eye bags

Do you wake up in the morning with eye puffiness or does your work leave you with a pair of eye bags? Want to freshen up? Here's a quick fix. Simply apply rose water gently around your eyes to minimize the appearance of eye bags and reduce eye puffiness.

Rose water helps remove excess fluid that has build-up around the eyes.

Why is titanium dioxide in my cosmetic products...and even in my food!

When I check out the ingredients of cosmetic products, I usually come across titatium dioxide. It's among those ingredients, I'm thinking the majority of us don't have the slightest hint. I figure I'll do some research to find out what it really is and here's what I've found out.

Why is titanium dioxide in my cosmetic products...and even in my food!
Why is titanium dioxide in my cosmetic products...and even in my food!

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15 Facts about Titanium dioxide (TiO2):

1. Titanium is a heavy metal!


2. Did you know that titanium is the 9th most common element mined from the Earth's crust?


3. Titanium dioxide is formed when titanium combines with oxygen.


4. Titanium dioxide is mined and refined into an odorless powdery white substance.


5. Titanium dioxide shields the skin against the damaging ultraviolet light (UVA/UVB) of the sun, so it is commonly found in sunscreens.


6. Titanium dioxide is added to cosmetic products to mask skin blemishes and imitate a lighter complexion.


7. Titanium dioxide is added to foods like candy, cheese creamer, gum, donuts, frosting, and yogurt to intensify their white color, give a lustrous appearance, and smoothen texture.


8. The FDA limits titanium dioxide's use to only 1% which they consider safe for human consumption.


9. We get rid of titanium from our body through urination.


10. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) declared titanium dioxide as "possibly carcinogenic to humans". There is no sufficient data to prove that it can cause cancer among humans.


11. Inhaling titanium dioxide can irritate the nose, throat and lining of the airways.


12. Titanium dioxide isn't just used in beauty products but also in a wide range of stuffs: beverages, food colorant, ink, medicine paints, paper, plastic, rubber, soap, and toothpaste. Titanium dioxide is added to these products for a variety of reason: enhances white color, protects from ultraviolet light, smoothens texture, adds luster, and increases shelf life.


13. If your eyes gets in contact with titanium dioxide, you can have eye irritation.


14. Titanium oxide nanoparticles (titanium dioxide that is grounded into microscopic particles) is considered by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health as an "occupational carcinogen".


15  Spray sunscreen can contain titanium oxide nanoparticles which isn't recommended to be sprayed directly on the face because of increased chance of inhaling it. The American Academy of Dermatology urges people to avoid inhaling spray sunscreen.

9 Facts about Cellulite

Cellulite is a fact of life to a great number of people, particularly women. Cellulite is basically the dimpling or lumpiness observed on the skin when fat pushes on the connective tissue underneath the deepest layer of the skin.

9 Facts about Cellulite
9 Facts about Cellulite

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1. Common areas affected by cellulite includes the buttocks, thigh, abdomen, and upper arms.


2. Cellulite develops when layers of fats pushes on the layers of connective tissue under the skin.


3. Hormone plays a role in the formation of cellulite.


4. Up to 90% of women can have cellulite.


5. Cellulite is less common in men.


6. Even individuals with acceptable body weight can have cellulite.


7. Although having a cellulite can cause cosmetic problem, it isn't considered a serious medical condition.


8. Cellulite isn't considered a symptom of an underlying medical condition.


9. Most of the topical creams available in the market to treat cellulite don't live up to their claim.

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