The first class in a three part series that will help you have clearer, more vibrant skin, reduce wrinkles, and have healthier skin, hair and nails. The first class will focus on internal health. If you have already started drinking plenty of water and stopped smoking, this is the next step. A few small changes, adding what your skin needs and removing those things that slow healing or even cause damage to the body. These changes will affect
You probably know that coffee seems to help wake you up in the morning—and afternoon, and sometimes in the evening, too. But did you know it might help prevent diabetes? Studies examining the links between diet and diabetes risk have shown that coffee drinkers have a slightly reduced risk of heart disease, cancer, Parkinson's disease—and type 2 diabetes. Of all the foods we consume, “coffee has the most potential to prevent type 2 diabetes,”
Magnesium and Chromium Studies suggest that magnesium influences the action of insulin in the body. A lack of magnesium may worsen insulin resistance, or even trigger the onset of diabetes. The current RDA for magnesium is 310-320 milligrams (mg) for adult women, and 400-420 mg for adult men. Average intake among Americans tends to be about 100 mg below the recommended levels. Those most likely to have low blood levels include the elderly and
The first installment in an exclusive 3-part series! Dr. J will reveal her top beauty secrets to keep your hair, skin, nails, and more looking young and healthy for many years to come. You won’t want to miss a moment.