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Look Great During Christmas Holidays

Look Great During Christmas Holidays

Look Great During Christmas Holidays – Christmas it seems is just around the corner and if you’re like most of us, you may have already put on a few pounds since Thanksgiving. It’s an irritating side effect of the season, but there’s no reason to be discouraged; you can easily lose those few pounds before Christmas. All you need to do is muster up some serious dedication and follow our tips below.


1. If you decided to look great during Christmas, the first and most important thing you must do is overhaul your diet. This can be hard to do with all of those fruit cakes and Christmas cookies polluting your kitchen, but you’ve got to exercise some self-control.

Symptoms Of Iron Deficiency

Symptoms Of Iron Deficiency

Symptoms Of Iron Deficiency – Iron deficiency is a decrease in the red cells of blood as a result of lack of iron in the blood. The causes can be too little iron in the diet, poor absorption of iron by the body or loss of blood. It is also caused by lead poisoning in children. Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in USA. It results when the body loses more iron than it ingests.


Iron is the main ingredient in hemoglobin which is found in red blood cells and is responsible for carrying oxygen throughout the body. Without enough iron, body is unable to produce enough hemoglobin and as a result of this muscles get less oxygen which reduces the body energy.

Free Radicals And Our Health

Free Radicals And Our Health

Free Radicals And Our Health – When we hear the word ‘radical‘, most of us get nervous – and understandably so, as radicalism is not typically thought of as a good thing! This applies to more than just politics – within the body, free radicals are responsible for doing a lot of damage. Let’s explore what they are, what they’re doing and how to fight them off.


Scientifically, free radicals are molecules with at least one unpaired electron. This makes them seek out intact molecules and absorb parts of those atoms, creating chain reactions through the body in order to complete themselves. To put it simply, they destroy healthy cells to feed themselves.