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The number-one online retailer of herbal and homeopathic products, Native Remedies (www.nativeremedies.com), is pleased to introduce its all-new premium YouthShield Naturals anti-aging skincare system with powerful Red Tea Extract, the ultimate in safe and natural anti-aging skincare products that stimulate and accelerate the skin’s natural healing processes.Full Story
For many, sugary foods are not consumed as occasional treats but rather on a regular, if not daily, basis. According to the USDA, Americans consume 156 pounds of added sugar on a per capita basis each year! Besides being a threat to the waistline and cause for some to become high-risk for obesity and related conditions such as diabetes, too much sugar has been shown to lead to aging of the skin.Full Story
Maybe you’ve noticed a change in one of your parents, an elderly friend, or even your spouse. Once-loved activities now elicit sighs of boredom or have become shunned altogether. He or she may seem always “on edge”, restless, or conversely, unusually fatigued. These symptoms could all be subtle signs of depression, a condition becoming more common in older adults, affecting an estimated 1 in 5 Americans 65 and up.Full Story
Aging is something everyone must do, and for some, it can be hard. The lifestyle you led in your 20’s is just not going to cut it later in life. As you get older, you will undoubtedly begin to notice changes: wrinkles will form, skin starts to sag, memory starts to slip and it becomes much harder to keep that figure you once had. Many people accept this as part of life and do nothing about it.Full Story
For many people, exercise is merely a means to an end and performed primarily to shed weight. For others, it is a vital part of daily existence and a great natural stress-buster.
While not everyone shares the same view about exercise, it can help keep you younger… which is a benefit almost everyone can agree is worthwhile!Full Story
The older we get the more important it is to keep our bodies in shape by eating right and exercising, however, exercising the brain is just as important. Studies have shown that individuals above the age of 65, who engage themselves in daily mental activities, ward off ailments such as memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Why do certain activities help? Is just reading the newspaper alone enough to combat the symptoms of an aging brain?Full Story