The first thing people see when they meet us is our face. What does yours say about your age? If you look old beyond your years and want to appear younger without spending a fortune, the best place to start is your daily skin care routine. As people age, they also develop ‘liver spots’ on their face and particularly their hands. Even if you are smart enough to use an SPF (Sun Protection Factor) sunscreen/moisturiser of 30 or more each day, do you also think to put it on the back of your hands? If not, it’s time to start.
Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body doesn’t handle insulin well or cells stop responding to it, causing blood sugar levels to become too high. Over time, if it isn’t treated, high blood sugar causes serious damage throughout the body, resulting in vision problems, skin infections, and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. Who Gets Type 2 Diabetes? Type 2 diabetes begins with a period of prediabetes, when blood sugar levels are elevated but not as high as a full diabetes diagnosis. Prediabetes is more easily reversed than diabetes, so it’s important to be aware of both conditions.
Since we are what we eat, it makes sense that the food we consume has a major role to play in maintaining our health and youthfulness. There are some foods, however, that researchers have labelled as ‘anti-aging’ foods. Here are the top 7: Leafy Greens Broccoli Berries Olive oil Nuts Sweet potatoes Garlic 1. Leafy Greens Spinach is considered a super-food because it is so packed with health benefits. Consider also adding kale, collard greens, Romaine lettuce and arugula to your diet as well. 2. Broccoli Broccoli is full of nutrients and balances blood sugar, making it an ideal food
With Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia on the increase in the UK, US and around the world, researchers are eagerly searching for the causes of these conditions, which trigger rapid mental decline and eventual death. For most people, the idea of losing their memory of who they once were, and of all their loved ones, is a scary one. However, most people don’t realize that Alzheimer’s also results in loss of life. The average life expectancy from the time someone is diagnosed is only 5 to 7 years. That being the case, anything you can do to keep