Nutritional status plays an important role in the maintenance of healthy skin. Macronutrients, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, micronutrients, vitamins and nutritionally essential minerals work together to maintain the barrier functions of skin in the face of everyday challenges.
I recently had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Michael J. Breus PHD, talk about his life long work that was focused on understanding human sleep pattens and why we are all different in so many ways.
Over the past several decades, few medical conditions have received as much attention and stirred up as much controversy as PMS, the common term associated with premenstrual syndrome.
The ancient Chinese believed that the seasons have a profound cyclical effect on human growth and well-being – that we are influenced by climatic changes and that we should live in harmony with them.
Mental health is one of the most talked about concerns in both Western Medicine and in many aspects of the Wellness industry. As a result, many Spas are now wanting to introduce wellness programs and are exploring…
Sleep: One of Life’s necessities. Human skin, our largest organ, acts as a powerful barrier, protecting us from harmful environmental factors, it regulates temperature and fortifies immunity. Therefore, care of the skin is critical.
Eat a well-balanced diet! Focus on nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables, as well as healthy proteins that provide amino acids — healthy proteins needed to support a functioning immune system. There is evidence that various…