TEN STEPS TO BUILDING A HEALTHY IMMUNE SYSTEM:
1. Take a brisk walk every day to oxygenate your body.
2. Check your pH levels. You can buy litmus paper from the chemist to do this. Your body needs to be a high percentage alkaline.
3. Keep your bowels moving; this will play an important role in your overall health. Stools should be approx. 20mm in diameter, light brown in colour, good consistency (not dry, not wet), two to three bowel movements each day, without odour.
4. Exercise is essential to get the lymph moving and/or a massage on a regular basis creates regular lymph movement.
5. Get some fresh air, try to walk in a park regularly and breathe deeply using relaxation exercises, e.g. tai chi, etc.
6. Take time out to rest, enabling your body to regenerate and recuperate.
7. Limit your watching TV as it has a tendency to give you a bad ion balance.
8. Take time out to listen to your favourite relaxation music.
9. Find a job that you enjoy and where you are appreciated.
10. Nourish your body with some liquid gold in the form of vegetable juice.
Preferably use a cold press or slow juicer that preserves all the enzymes.
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There are all sorts of hand creams on the market. You’ll find plenty of choices on the shelves of your local drug store. How can you discern which brands are really the best? How can you tell which ingredients are better? How about making your own and foregoing the store altogether. Have you ever thought about giving up creams altogether just to avoid the hassle of having to make a choice? The fact is picking a hand cream shouldn’t be a big production. The next time you go shopping take these tips with you.
Wait it out, it can take some time for a cream to work. If you want to know for sure if the cream is right, use if for some time before giving up on it. Don’t change creams for several days to give the product time to work as you use it regularly. If you discover the cream is irritating your skin stop using it right away. Beyond that, however, you need to give your skin some time to get used to the new product. Be prepared for your hands to feel a little oily or greasy, especially as you work to figure out exactly how much you need to put on at a time.
Sometimes the brand you choose can make a big difference. When you want to choose a hand cream, it is easy to buy into all of the hype that different brands use on labels. If you do have a preference for a particular brand, check how old that particular company is. When you find a hand cream that has been around for decades, this is a good sign. Cetaphil is one of these brands. Their skin care products have been proven to work very well over the past few decades. While the newest product might be great, it is better to wait until a brand has been tested by consumers before you buy into all of the promises offered on its packaging. The overall ingrediants that you find in the hand creams are safem, but you need to examine them just like you would do when buying a related product.
Don’t get caught up in the advertising hype of some of those highly marketed products. Before you buy any cream take a look at what other users might be saying about it. You’ll find interesting customer ratings on sites like Amazon.com who gives star ratings that are completely customer based. On sites like Amazon you are able to read the positive and negative customer reviews-and yes, there will be some negatives even on a highly rated lotion like the Neutrogena Body Lotion, Sesame Formula.
As you can see there are a lot of considerations to consider when choosing hand creams. Do your research, learn about ingredients, read the reviews and discuss with your doctor. These things are much more important than advertising or packaging. So always go for a hand cream that goes hand in hand with your knowledge, and make sure you apply the same mindset when buying other products.