Want Stronger Bones? Eat More Fat!

September 30, 2020

Al Sears, MD (he’s an anti-aging guru!) published a thought provoking article that began like this, …“Soy is a superfood” and “tofu is much better for you than meat.” Dr Sears has my attention – as a long-time follower I learned years ago that soy is mostly a GMO product that doesn’t take the place…

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Need to Restart Your Facial Magic Program?

September 30, 2020

It’s so easy to stop exercising, isn’t it? There are many distractions that take us away from our desire for a youthful looking face and then it can be tough to get back on track for regular facial exercise. I have had numerous conversations with clients who lament the lapse and there is only one…

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TMJ and Facial Magic®

September 30, 2020

Excruciating jaw pain? Lessened jaw mobility? You might be experiencing TMJ – Temporomandibular Joint Disorder – a common complaint from those who suffer from a misaligned jaw. Even chewing on one side of your mouth can create an imbalance in the masseter muscles. Personally, every time I visit my dentist, my jaw seems to be…

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8 Steps to Tighten Sagging Skin

September 1, 2020

Perform Facial Magic exercise routine regularly. Isometric contraction forces rich, oxygenated blood to the skin. Facial skin is attached directly to the muscles. You are what you eat…junk in, saggy skin…Fruits, veggies, lots and lots of veggies provides nourishment for your skin. Vitamin C internally and Vitamin C externally. Retinol, too. Use both daily –…

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Keep Your Lymphatic System in Tip-Top Order

September 1, 2020

Good health is a result of a functioning lymph system. Chronic illness is a result of the body’s inability to remove toxins and wastes from the circulatory system. In other words, if your lymphatic circulatory system is sluggish, you may begin to experience of host of maladies like headaches, fatique, sore spots in your lower…

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Are You Too Busy for Exercise?

September 1, 2020

Jackie Silver says “Exercise is the Fountain of Youth!”  She’s right you know…exercise keeps your body looking and feeling younger and fit. Consistent exercise: walking, jogging, yoga, bicycling, racquetball, weight training, etc., gets the blood flowing. You feel alive and that aliveness shows on your face and in your slimmer body. One of our long-time…

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Why A Pretty Face is a True Asset

August 1, 2020

Surgery – cutting perfectly healthy tissue is risky. No matter if that surgical procedure is on your face or on your body, there are innumerable risks involved that may or may not be known until years later. Surgery sounds so easy, doesn’t it? Lay down, wake up and poof! altered… HA! Recuperation time, pain, drugs…

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Parsley Tea and its Many Benefits

August 1, 2020

You’ve probably passed by the fresh bunches of parsley in the produce aisle without giving a though to what amazing health benefits this curly, green leafed vegetable has. For years I have suggested Parsley Tea to aid in the elimination of under eye bags and puffiness (A Diuretic effect) that plague certain people. Actually, many…

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7 Tips for Fabulous Hair

August 1, 2020

Shampoo at least three times each week using a shampoo with botanical and natural ingredients. Use conditioner lightly and make certain your hair is thoroughly rinsed. Consider using a hair oil on slightly wet hair to create additional shine with minimal frizz. Allow your hair to air dry at least once a week. Avoid over…

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Stress and Skin Aging

July 26, 2020

Stress and skin aging often shows on faces. Sometimes the look of stress can look like a frown. Sometimes stress makes us look tired, cranky, mad and upset. One thing for certain, when you allow stress to continually affect your face, you are destined for down-turned mouth corners and a perpetual scowl. If you have…

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Plastic Surgery? Or clean and green?

July 13, 2020

How old will you be when you notice the first signs of aging? Will aging affect your hips, thighs or buttocks first or will aging attack your face, producing droopy eye lids and a sagging, jowly jaw line? So the question becomes: plastic surgery? Or a clean and green approach to fight aging? Think about…

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Sagging Face: 5 Areas That Make You Look Older

July 9, 2020

A sagging face and wrinkles concern just about everyone over the age of thirty. In fact, the search for the “fountain of youth” has reached an all-time frenzy as women, now men, pay more and more money chasing after new, better and improved creams, toners, lotions and potions just hoping for a miracle in a…

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Fix An Aging Face

July 4, 2020

Desperate people do desperate things and surgery is one of those desperate things that aging men and women hope can “fix” their aging, sagging faces. After all, haven’t you looked in the mirror and wished that your younger face would magically appear? What happened to that face you loved? You’ll wonder, ‘is this the beginning…

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Why Do You Recommend Facial Exercise over Botox?

June 30, 2020

No matter how popular Botox is, it is a toxin. After learning that it is manufactured in Westport, Ireland, a small town of 5600 people, I also discovered that less than one gram of that purified toxin is enough to make the world’s supply of Botox for an entire year. Dang! One slip up and…

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Hyaluronic Acid and Cell Renewal Oil Free Glycolic Complex

June 30, 2020

Article #3 Why Do You Recommend Facial Exercise over Botox? No matter how popular Botox is, it is a toxin. After learning that it is manufactured in Westport, Ireland, a small town of 5600 people, I also discovered that less than one gram of that purified toxin is enough to make the world’s supply of…

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Are you Vitamin D Deficient?

June 30, 2020

“Vitamin D could almost be thought of as a designer drug for helping the body to handle viral respiratory infections. It boosts the ability of cells to kill and resist viruses and simultaneously dampens down harmful inflammation, which is one of the big problems with Covid.” — Adrian Martineau, professor of respiratory infection and immunity…

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