Personal Care

Personal Care 2018-03-16T10:23:22+00:00


Your Skin Needs UV Ray Protection, Inside and Out

July 5th, 2016|

When you’re out enjoying the sunshine, you probably don’t realize what’s going on deep within your skin. The ultraviolet radiation that penetrates your skin’s cells in the form of long-wave A rays and short-wave B rays is invisible to you, because they’re both shorter than visible light. However, you can eventually see the effects they manifest.

Aging Adults Should Keep Muscle When Losing Weight

April 12th, 2016|

Muscle and strength are known predictors of physical function, metabolism, and overall health for aging adults. But a critical problem for many older individuals is the significant loss of muscle mass that frequently accompanies attempted weight loss that can offset the benefits of reducing body fat (2, 3). Finding a way to keep muscle while losing body fat is a primary goal during the aging process.

Build Abs Without Breaking Your Back

January 27th, 2016|

Are your sit-ups and crunches actually doing you more harm than good? These exercises might put too much resistance directly on the lumbar spine. The result is excessive compressive force that could lead to back injuries (1-2). But sports scientists have identified numerous safe and effective alternatives to common abdominal exercises that tighten and tone without harming the back.

Isagenix Greens: Now It’s Easy to Eat Green (Video)

January 22nd, 2016|

The recently released 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans serve as yet another reminder that the majority of us could be consuming more servings of vegetables. A surprising 87 percent of Americans fail to eat enough vegetables to meet these recommendations, with the average adult getting less than two servings per day.

For Older Women, Vitamin D3 Supplementation Helps Build Muscle Strength

November 5th, 2015|

One of the hard facts of aging is that with every decade of life starting around age 30, muscle mass begins to decrease. If not remedied with good nutrition and regular exercise, this loss of both muscle mass and muscle function may eventually lead to frailty. However, a new study has revealed that vitamin D3 can assist aging women in fighting to retain muscle.

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