help for dry skin

To Gluten or Not To Gluten…

Have you thought about going gluten free? Have you wondered what all the buzz is about? Well, I have just reached my one year anniversary of being gluten free. I originally went gluten free to see if it would help my psoriasis. Sadly, it has not. There have been other benefits that I hadn’t co...

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Do You Trust The FDA?

  What do you think of when someone mentions the FDA?  Do you believe that they are a watchdog agency that truly looks after our best interests? Or do you, like me, think the FDA has been laying down on the job for the last few decades? Here’s some interesting news that you may have [&he...

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Want Younger Looking Skin? Of Course You Do!

It’s been a while since I wrote Beautiful Sexy Skin For Women Over 40, and since then I’ve found another natural product that I really love, which I’d like to share with you today. A couple of months ago I began to use BADGER Damascus Rose Face Oil, and I fell in LOVE right away, [...

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How To Make Chaga Tea

Chaga Tea tastes a bit like coffee. In fact, when I add a little almond milk, it tastes just like the hazelnut coffee that I used to drink years ago. If you want to read about the benefits of Chaga, check this recent post.  This post also has a short video of our gathering expedition […]

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Chugging Chaga For Cancer Prevention

Have you ever heard of Chaga? Neither had I until a friend mentioned it and now I can’t get enough! Chaga is a beneficial fungus that grows on yellow  birch (and a few white) trees in northern climates. The more research I did on Chaga, the more we wanted to try some. My neighbor mentioned...

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Foods For Cancer Prevention

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, let’s talk food for better health! Most people know that berries are high in antioxidants, which help prevent cell damage; and that foods like nuts and cold water fish are high in Omega 3’s, which help prevent inflammation, in turn, keeping o...

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Foods That Help Prevent Hair Loss

Remember that the best way to keep skin and hair healthy is through your diet. As they say – we are what we eat! If you want luxurious hair, choose foods rich in vitamin A. This important vitamin promotes the production of sebum, an oily substance secreted by hair follicles which protects them fro...

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Best Foods For Winter Skin Hydration

The weather in New England has been sooooooo cold this year. Winter is not my favorite season to begin with – and this one has been a monster! We all know that winter heat can dry our skin and hair, so here’s a list of hydrating foods for your winter table. Cantaloupe Honeydew melons gr...

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