The Ultimate Anti-Aging Plan

Skin Regenerator is a pleasant non-greasy cream containing aloe vera, lanolin and a herbal blend that stimulates circulation in the important deep layers of the skin. It works by boosting the skin’s nourishing blood flow to speed up the regenerative process.

Skin renewal is the real secret of young looking skin. If our skin cells renewed themselves perfectly and efficiently then skin aging would not occur and our skin would remain as flawless as it was when we were very young. But young skin is nothing more than healthy well nourished skin. As we age, our skin becomes less efficient and therefore less able to nourish and maintain itself. The cumulative results of poor skin nutrition are seen as visible aging markers like wrinkles, loss of tone and thinning, as colagen and hyaluronic acid is gradually depleted.

Do you really believe that retinol, collagen, and the skin’s own vital firmer and moisturizer, hyaluronic acid, can be put back into the skin from the outside, or that anti wrinkle products containing egg protein can do anything more than deyhydrate and temporarily shrink the skin!

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Skin is designed to nourish itself from the inside and, like the rest of the body, derives its nourishment from the blood. Most dermatologists agree that trying to nourish the skin from the outside is a crude and inefficient method.

Weight Loss – Are we responsible for how fat we are?

Obesity is at epidemic levels, with one in five people seriously overweight and vulnerable to cancer, heart disease and a wide range lesser debilitating illnesses. But new research is showing that common beliefs about why people become obese are completely wrong!

This research has yielded some fascinating insights. Scientists now accept that obesity is “not a failure of character” even though its primary cause is still known to be over-eating.

It seems that some people ARE “born to be fat”, but not in the way that has popularly been believed. Many scientists now believe that, except in rare cases, the genetic tendency to be obese is not a simple question of how quickly the body burns calories. Read about:  Vanefist Neo, Keto Actives, Prolesan Pure, Keto Guru, Black Latte, Lipozene,

Curiosity was sparked when researchers tried to show that there is a definite hereditary link to obesity. They looked at cases where twins had been separated at birth. It was discovered that, regardless of lifestyles and eating patterns, their weight was always about the same.

A publicized case featured the identical twins Beth and Jean. Beth was brought up as a Catholic. She ate meat, fatty foods and seldom exercised. But Jean had been raised in a Jewish household, ate only fish with a healthy diet and exercised regularly.
Despite these differences they were both slim and their respective bodyweights when reunited differed by less than five pounds.

It appeared that processes outside the control of the individual were generally responsible for how fat or thin they were.

Does metabolism affect obesity?

Many scientists and doctors believed that a genetically endowed low metabolic rate accounted for the excess fat that obese people are prone to. But researchers at The Human Nutrition Research Establishment in Cambridge UK have shown conclusively that this is not the case. In fact their groundbreaking studies, which have now become established as the standard method for determining metabolic rate, have shown that the metabolism of obese subjects is higher than that of lean subjects.

Obese people have more tissue to support, so the energy required just to maintain the extra tissue actually causes a measurably higher rate of calorie burn than in lean people. Despite extensive research, scientists have failed to find a gene that directly accounts for the extreme storage of fat found in obese subjects. New research began to look at other genetic factors that might lead to obesity.

Why is it so difficult to lose weight?

Respected evolutionary biologist Professor James Hill tells us that appetite for food is certainly one of the strongest, if not the strongest, of our basic urges. Throughout the history of life, survival has depended on the biological compulsion to eat. This compulsion has been honed over countless generations so that it is overwhemingly established in our genes. Appetite works against us now that food is plentiful. So, might obesity be simply due to an inescapable genetic programming for an uncontrolable appetite? Is the need to eat excessively no more the fault of the individual than the color of their hair or shape of their face?

New evidence that appetite may account for obesity came from research into a variant type of obese mice. It was discovered that the gene responsible for producing a hormone called Leptin was missing. Scientists headed by Professor Jeffrey Friedman at Rockerfeller University speculated that Leptin might be the neurotransmitter that switches appetite off. When given doses of Leptin the obese mice stopped over-eating and rapidly lost weight. Read about: Idealica, Slim Dream Shake, Kankusta duo, Sliminazer

It was wondered if Leptin was also the messenger molecule that turns off appetite in humans. At Adenbrooks Hospital, in Cambridge UK, Professor Stephen O’Rahilly and Dr. Safaad Farooqi examined blood samples from a small group of obese children who were also observed to be always hungry. Excitement grew when the tests showed that no Leptin was present. The excitement was short lived however, as it was quickly realised that the gene defect preventing the production of Leptin was exceedingly rare. Broader tests showed that other obese children who were always hungry had normal levels of Leptin.

Further research at Adenbrooks by Dr. Giles Yeo identified another hormone, Melanocortin, that was low or missing in other groups of obese children. Leptin and Melanocortin were only the beggining of research into appetite and obesity. These hormones were only part of the appetite pathway, the cascade of chemicals that control appetite. It looked as though a variety of genes contributed to the presence of unconrolable appetite in obese people.

Research into a producing a “magic bullet” appetite pill at Glaxo Smith Kline is headed by Dr. John Clapshall. He predicts that an effective appetite pill is likely to take a further ten years to develop, and says there are no effective drugs on the market today that will work in this way.

The genes that control appetite are complex in the way they stimulate the desire to eat and overweight people often think they do not consume excessive amounts of food, because their appetite tells them they are starving.

My own view and that of many other nutritional specialists is that appetite is directly related to nutrition. Nutrition doesn’t simply mean eating enough. It is more to do with providing the body with essential nutrients over the whole spectrum of its requirements. This means adjusting one’s food intake to maximize the absorption and assimilation of essential nutrients. There is evidence that the appetite pathway may respond to lack of proper nutrition. If food is lacking in certain nutrients or they are poorly absorbed, then even if large amounts of food are eaten, the body still recognises that it is lacks the missing nutrients and uses its only means to signal this – hunger! Read about: Chocolate Slim, Choco Lite, Mibiomi Patches, Diet Lite, Slim4vit,

It is believed that pregnant women get cravings for particular types of food because their bodies may “know” there is a deficit of certain nutrients. Similarly the appetite pathway may respond to lack of proper nutrition. The problem in modern society is that conventional methods of cooking and food preparation make it difficult to absorb even minimal levels of many key nutrients.



Hair Loss – Alopecia

ALOPECIA afflicts men and women alike and is caused by a malfunction in the immune system, so that the immune cells in the bloodstream attack the hair follicles. There are many medical treatments – none of which are guaranteed to work. Read about: Vivese Senso Duo Capsules, Profolan, Trichovell,

  • Often Alopecia disappears as quickly as it came, but in other cases it lasts a lifetime.
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  • Would you like to find out the most common reasons why Alopecia treatments don’t work.
  • Would you like to learn about three simple changes to your diet that will “normalize” your immune system and remove the cause of hairloss.
  • Do you want to know about the crucial natural supplements that may be the key to curing your Alopecia.


Potency – Erection

Am I impotent ?

Some questions you must ask yourself are…

1) Can you achieve and maintain an erection that is suitable to satisfy your partner during sex ?
2) Does it take a long time to become erect, and does it last only a short time ?
3) Do you get spontaneous erections such as “morning wood” like you have in the past ?
4) Are you able to get an erection at all ?

If any of these questions describes you, chances are you have some form of impotence or erectile dysfunction. Admitting the problem is the first step and is nothing to be ashamed of. The next step is to identify which type of impotency you have. Read about:  Vessemis Vita, Stimeo Patches, Member XXL, Eron Plus, Drivelan Ultra, XtraSize, Erogan

What are the different kinds of impotency ?

The first type is physical. An erection is attained by moving blood into the penis and keeping it there. Damage or changes to normal blood circulation can cause erectile dysfunction. Ailments that can lead to this are high blood pressure, high cholesteral, or diabetes. Lack of an erection can also foreshadow future problems such as heart attacks and strokes because its indicating that you might have a blood circulation problem. Read about: Eroxel, Erogen X, Collosel, Extreen, Xtrazex, Vigrax, Eretron Aktiv,ReAction

Also under this type are neurological and hormonal problems. Damaged nerves from conditions like multiple sclerosis and diabetes, and lack of testosterone are some examples of these categories.

The second type of impotence is psychological. This can result from stress, anxiety, and depression. This type of impotency can also be a result of the physical problems previouly explained. That scenerio would take place when, for example, a man has trouble getting erections due to a circulation problem. He then may lose all confidence and become depressed and deeply worsen the problem and make treating it much tougher.


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A Way With Pain – Chronic Pain Support and Awareness

We can build a network of support and awareness for those who struggle with chronic pain. This can be accomplished through initiatives such as:

-Educating the public about the realities of chronic pain.

-Fostering partnerships to create complementary support services, such as those for mental health, physical therapy, and insurance.

-Creating online and in person communities and events to connect people who live with chronic pain.

This section discusses chronic pain and its effects on the life of an individual. It will also discuss what chronic pain is, its treatments, and how it is experienced by the person.

Chronic pain affects around 20% of people in developed countries. This means that one in five people experience this type of pain every day, most often without relief. The prolonged exposure to pain leads to depression, anxiety, and sleeping disturbances in many cases.

Awareness is an important step towards understanding chronic pain because it allows people to learn what it is like for someone who lives with this condition on a daily basis.

Chronic Pain affects around 1 in 7 of the UK population

Chronic pain is a significant public health challenge in the UK, with around 1 in 7 people experiencing it.

It is estimated that chronic pain affects 120 million people worldwide, and in the UK it is estimated to affect around 1 in 7 people.

This means that there are millions of people who experience chronic pain every day, but this does not have to be the case. There are many treatments available to help manage chronic pain and improve someone’s quality of life.