Have A Hot Body Not Hot Flashes! – Get A Hot Body

hotHow To Balance Your Metabolism, Restore Your Figure and Feel Great Forever. The four step plan that melts stubborn fat and revives your metabolism when all else has failed!

One of the most frustrating things that can happen to a woman is to reach a certain age, sometimes in your early twenties, and start gaining weight. Not just any kind of weight, this weight is different. It comes on faster and son of a gun is it harder to get off.

For women in their forties and fifties they call it “middle age spread” and you won’t find a whole lot of help or answers in the usual places. In fact, doctors with their conventional mindset will usually tell you it’s a symptom of pre-menopause and yet another sign of aging.

To add insult to injury, when this “unexplained” weight gain starts to show it’s ugly head there can be a whole lot of other unwanted changes happening to a woman’s body and mind all at the same time.

Fortunately theirs plenty of “inside knowledge” that just hasn’t hit the street yet and you deserve to have it.
But please bear this in mind as you read this special report. If all the prevailing opinions out there have not helped you get to where you want to be, then the only smart thing to do is embrace new ways of thinking and acting.

 

The powers that be

have failed you

Consider this.
For 6 decades you were told that Premarin and Provera, also known as PremPro was the answer to weight gain and pre-menopausal and menopausal symptoms. You were also told that it helped prevent heart disease, cancer and bone loss. Doctors handed this stuff out like candy.

hotnessThen in 2002 they actually did a large scale study to find out if their miracle hormones were performing the way they had been promising for almost 60 YEARS! The study, called the Woman’s Health Initiative (WHI) rocked the medical community right to its core and sent millions of women into a panic.

The results? PremPro actually increases the risk for heart disease, cancer, stroke, blood clots and did little to nothing for weight gain.

They also do a lot of good, don’t get me wrong. But when it comes to weight loss and the many symptoms that can ruin your quality of life they have failed women miserably.

Now let’s talk about the diet industry, the supplement industry, the internet and the countless media outlets for print, radio and television advertisement. For years those in the know have warned people about the smoke and mirrors tactics of these profit hungry wolves in sheep’s clothing.

Honest, high quality products and qualified, competent people have been replaced by cheap ingredients in fancy packages, copywriters and public relations firms who tell compelling lies for a living. Despite the 95 % failure rate, the diet industry sells 30 billion dollars, and growing, of their empty promises every year.

 

Sad but true.

There are a few good products and some good people in these industries but it’s like finding a needle in a haystack.

Nutritional supplements can be a life saver but you have to have that insiders knowledge to get beyond all this nonsense and create products that actually deliver more than promised!

hotYou probably wouldn’t be reading this unless you are serious about getting some excess weight off your body.

And why not prevent or eliminate some frustrating symptoms like night sweats, hot flashes, skin changes, hair loss, irritability, anxiety, sleep problems, fading sex drive, mood swings, headaches, fatigue and others.

We can say this with absolute confidence. The diet and supplement industries will put you in a never ending loop of false hope, empty promise and failure. Very soon we will show you a targeted system of supplementation that delivers results in the fastest and most effective way possible.

 

No lies, no incompetence, no smoke

and mirrors.

hotLet me sum this up for you. There is no right way to do the wrong things. You’re either being put in harms way and treated like a guinea pig or you’re lost in a sea of confusion, hype and information overload. You can’t sort your way through this.

You have to rise above it!!

Healthy Hair Tips | 17 Tips For Healthy Hair And Skin

Cosmetologist Dr Rekha Sheth shares her tips for healthy hair and skin.

hair – Remember that the most important factors that decide the quality of your skin and hair are your genes and family history, your nerves and emotions, and your immune system.

– Use an appropriate face wash meant for your skin type and wash twice a day.

– Use cleansers at night to remove make up and dirt before using a face wash.

– Use sunscreen everyday even if you are indoors – the sun’s UVA rays come through windows too and contribute to aging, pigmenting and tanning. Ideally, sunscreen should be applied every three hours.

Sunscreen should have an SPF of 30 or more. SPF is the degree of protection against UVB rays, hence sunscreen must have UVA protection as well. The usual UVA protection ingredients are Avobenzone, Titanium dioxide, Zinc oxide, Mexoryl and Tinosorb.

– Make up products like foundations, mineral powders and compacts do not have adequate sun protection.

– Indian skin tends to tan and pigment easily and patchily. There is a very thin line between tanning and pigmentation. If your tan hasn’t gone in 4-6 weeks, see a dermatologist.

– It is advisable to use mild skin lightening creams as prevention. Look for botanical ingredients like Arbutin, Bearberry, Licorice, Mulberry, Ginseng, Gingko, Emblica, Turmeric – curcuma, Grapeseed and vitamins like C and A, and Niacinamide.
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– Aging can be intrinsic, i.e. genetic, and can be delayed by exercise and, to a lesser extent, through diet. Extrinsic factors include increased UV intensity, increased pollution as well as stress. All these factors tend to dry the skin and make it more prone to pigmentation and aging. Hence it is important to start caring for your skin in your teens.

– Extrinsic factors produce Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), which are naughty oxygen molecules that damage the cells and make them age faster. Anti-oxidants neutralise these ROS.

– At night, use a moisturiser with an age-protecting agent.

– For younger skin, look for ingredients with antioxidants like vitamins C, E or a whole range of botanicals like green tea, grapeseed or pomegranate extract, curcumin, etc. You might also like to look out for the following: Genistein, ECGC, Resveratrol, Idebenone and Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10.

– Kitchen ingredients like fruits do not work.

– For older skin, look for the following ingredients: peptides, vitamin A and derivatives like retinol and other retinoids, Alpha, beta and polyhydroxy acids.

– Exfoliation should be done with extreme caution and only with modern bead exfoliators. Avoid granular scrubs as these tend to damage the skin microscopically, which can lead to slow, insidious and patchy darkening.

– It is advisable to visit a dermatologist at least once a year. There are a lot of nuances in skin colour, texture, smoothness, etc. that we can’t see for ourselves. These can be detected by the dermatologist and mild creams/treatments can be recommended.

– Always use a conditioner after you shampoo your hair. It protects your hair and is a better option than oil. Conditioners neutralise electrical charge in the hair shaft and help in detangling. Conditioners also improve shine and to some extent repair minor frays in the hair shaft. Conditioning agents like hydrolized protein or silicons are added to increase manageability and shine in the hair.