Nutrition Tips

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Here are some great articles from many sources about Nutrition.

Magnesium Malate – Does it Fight Wrinkles?

By David Reedy | October 1, 2018

Nearly 80% of the population is deficient in magnesium. Shocking! Magnesium Malate is a highly absorbable form of magnesium with malic acid. This superior form of magnesium has many health benefits that include supporting energy production, helps to relieve fibromyalgia pain and chronic pain, chelates toxic metal like aluminum and it supports over 300+vital enzyme processes…

Is the 40 Day Water Fast Diet for You?

By Cynthia Rowland | June 29, 2018

Summer is here and if you’re like me, you have probably been thinking it’s time to shed a few unwanted pounds. There are lots of diet choices but there is one that has recently caught my eye thanks to a long-time Facial Magic user. Bev wrote saying she’s been on the water diet. Well, that…

My top 5 foods to look younger and feel fabulous

By Cynthia Rowland | June 29, 2018

Eggs – Eggs are considered the perfect food and they’re so quick and easy to cook. Eggs provide high quality protein along with many beneficial vitamins and minerals. How many to eat each week? I eat at least 6 eggs per week and sometimes I eat as many as 10 eggs per week. They’re low…

Keep your hands off your face!

By Brandon Stoner | January 2, 2018

I’ve developed a horrible habit of touching my face when I’m concentrating.  Sometimes, it’s my thumb near the corner of my mouth, sometimes it’s my entire left hand cradling my neck and ear and sometimes I find myself stroking the sides of my face! What’s going on? I know that bacteria are everywhere I touch.…

Mindbogglingly Huge Discovery about Love Ingredient

By Cynthia Rowland | January 2, 2017

My sweet, darling grandson, Braydon, paid me quite the compliment when I visited my son’s home in Colorado. At the dinner table, he piped up and said, “I know why Mimi’s cooking always tastes so good! It’s because she cooks with love.” Wow! That’s one of the nicest things ever said to me and it…

Magnesium – Are You Supplementing It?

By Cynthia Rowland | November 12, 2016

Did you know that chocolate is one of the highest sources of magnesium? Maybe that’s why we seem to reach for those delicious, sweet, dark chunks when we’re feeling overly tired, cranky and out-of-sorts. WHAT CONDITIONS CAN BENEFIT FROM MAGNESIUM? Magnesium is known to reduce muscle tension, lessen pain associated with migraine headaches, improve sleep,…

12 Snacks you Think are Healthy

By Cynthia Rowland | November 12, 2016

From Women’s Health Access 12 Snacks You Think Are Healthy by Sabrina Rogers If you’re trying to lose those love handles, you’ve probably been avoiding cheesecake and fries. Although this is definitely a good start, there are many other foods out there that may seem “safe” when, in fact, they are actually very high in…

ARTHRITIS, INFLAMMATION AND DIET Rx

By Cynthia Rowland | November 12, 2016

Inflammation in the body has been implicated in heart – kidney disease, diabetes and osteoarthritis.  Rather than rely on aspirin, ibuprofen and other anti-inflammatory drugs, why not adjust your diet to introduce “user friendly foods” so that your body has the opportunity to heal itself. There are foods and supplements that can dramatically improve your…

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Probiotics – Get Better Health

By Cynthia Rowland | November 12, 2016

This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of Rejenuve Inc. or its staff. Probiotics – A Step to Better Health Years ago I was introduced to probiotics – specifically Culturelle – by a Naturopathic Doctor in NYC. She assured me that if…

The one way you should never cook eggs

By Cynthia Rowland | November 12, 2015

Q: I like to eat a good breakfast every day, and that usually means an egg or two. I say they’re harmless, but my husband says all those eggs could kill me. Who’s right? Dr. Wright: There are two things I usually don’t like to get in the middle of: stampedes and marriages. And not…