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The Health Advantages of Quinoa

Quinoa goes back 3,000 to 4,000 years, when the Incas of South America discovered that the seed could be consumed by humans. Quinoa was known as chisaya mama, or the "mother of all grains," since it was thought to improve the vigor of Incan soldiers.  It is a starchy seed with super health benefits. 1. It's free of gluten - Now that we've proved that quinoa isn't a cereal grain, it stands to reason that it's gluten-free and a fantastic complement to a gluten-free diet. 2. It's a whole grain - Despite the fact that it's not a cereal grain, quinoa is nevertheless considered a whole grain. Unlike refined grains, whole grains are neither treated or stripped of their nutrient-rich bran...

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A Step-by-Step Approach to Achieving Smooth, Radiant, Glass-like Skin

1. Cleanse twice - Double cleaning was introduced to us by Asian skin care.  When it comes to your skin care routine, a clean canvas is essential, especially at night when your face has accumulated all that grime, oil, and makeup residue. For your initial cleaning, use a cleansing oil or micellar water, followed by a light foam wash or cream cleanser. 2. Exfoliate - We can't talk about clean and smooth skin without bringing up exfoliation.  Whether you use a physical exfoliant (like crushed walnuts or soft jojoba beads) or a chemical exfoliator (like glycolic or lactic acid), this step will slough away dead skin cells that dull skin and clog pores.  It is best to exfoliate two to...

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Discover Your Skin Type

Did you know that there are five different types of healthy skin? Normal, dry, oily, mixed (oily and dry skin), and sensitive skin types are available. THE NORMAL SKIN - This skin is neither too dry nor excessively oily. It has a consistent texture, no flaws, and a clean, soft look, and it does not require any particular maintenance. HYPERSENSITIVE SKIN - Sensitive skin is more likely to react to stimuli that normal skin does not. It has brittle skin and is frequently accompanied by discomforting symptoms such as heat, tightness, redness, or itching. This skin type loses its barrier (or protective) function, allowing germs and irritating chemicals to penetrate and raising the likelihood of infection and allergic responses. It...

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Simple Steps to Inner Beauty

Is inner beauty something that unattractive people say to themselves to relieve themselves? Is it visible to everyone? Inner beauty is much more than that. After thinking about it for a while, you'll realize that it's the only beauty there is. This is not to say that exterior attractiveness is unimportant. When the two are compared, however, inner beauty is more important than you may realize. Cultivating a concept of inner beauty is a delicate dance during which we move our focus inwards to embrace self-care habits while also moving our gaze outwards to focus on the people around us, trying our best to show up and support those we care about. Here are simple amazing techniques to build inner...

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5 Benefits of Green Tea To Your Skin

Made from the lightly steamed fresh leaves of the tea plant, tea has been used for medicinal purposes in some parts of the planet for thousands of years. The benefits of tea range from boosting brain function to promoting weight loss. But tea doesn’t only have properties that improve the mind and body. It also can benefit the skin, which is why it’s often included as an ingredient in many sorts of beauty products. How can tea benefit your skin? Green tea features a wide selection of therapeutic properties which will benefit your skin during a sort of ways. a number of the foremost important benefits include the subsequent . Protects against carcinoma Green tea contains polyphenols and 6 differing types of...

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