Vita Sciences Maxasorb Melatonin Cream

I guess we all know Melatonin, It is a hormone that regulates your sleep, it controls daily day-night sleep cycles. It’s nature’s alarm clock. Sleep disorders such as Insomnia and Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome(DSPS) are attributed to low Melatonin levels. Sometimes, our body needs a Melatonin supplement and trust me,  I hereby present to you the Maxasorb Melatonin Cream! (http:// It is a sure bet Travelers suffering from jet lag and swing shift workers, can also benefit from this supplemented Melatonin in this cream form; It is odourless and healthy, It assists your skin in it’s nightly repair cycle, It helps people who have trouble getting to sleep quickly and sleeping the entire night. And you can just “effortlessly” rub it on your skin! Incorporating the massage lotion into your bedtime routine is an excellent way to relax which is beneficial for good sleep hygiene if process is continued. This cream is not just for sleep but for your total wellbeing as we all know that lack of sleep can have adverse effects on the body if not for any other but the dreaded Insomnia. .(if you don’t dread it, well, I do a lot)not to mention the type 2 diabetes, obesity, anxiety, memory loss, and autoimmune disorders that can also arise. This cream contains no unsafe ingredients-all natural, containing Aloe vera, vitamins and oils and also therapeutic moisturisers which altogether assist in attaining maximum mind and body rejuvenation while asleep as it effortlessly dissolves into skin smoothly without giving off odour plus its added MAXIMUM VITAMIN ABSORPTION! It’s wonderful! It’s a complete package. . ‘never heard of such before so rare..go get yours now Just click http:// ***”Sponsored Post”***


The “free-est” anti-aging treatment!

Evaluate how much sleep you’re getting, and how a lack of sleep can affect your health

Some days I have a terrible, sleepless night, tossing and turning, and waking up every hour. When I finally got up in the morning, exhausted, I looked in the mirror only to find a dull skin tone, sunken face, and dark, puffy bags under my eyes. I’m sure you’ve all had a similar experience.

Even if you are using the best skincare products, it means nothing without a good night’s rest.

Lack of sleep can result in more than a dull complexion. A recent study has shown that chronic sleep deprivation can be linked to larger skin concerns including increased signs of aging, slower recovery from environmental stressors, and disruption of the skin barrier (which is what protects from things like UV radiation).

If you aren’t consistently sleeping well, then you have more to worry about than a lackluster skin tone the next day. You’re going to experience accelerated signs of aging including fine lines, uneven pigmentation, and reduced skin elasticity. And it’s going to be a slower process to repair any damage done to the skin.

The best anti-aging treatments aren’t just the serums and the antioxidant-rich moisturizers (although they can do wonders).

If you want to fight the signs of aging full force, then you need to add beauty sleep to your daily routine. It’s that simple.

Exclusive beauty tips for healthy skin

Tired of your skin looking pale and your hair looking dry? Want people to take notice of you when you walk through the door? Then take action and become the spotlight of the hour! Get yourself notice by showing off a new healthier side to you.
With all of the in-depth skin care articles уоu sее in glamour, fashion and “ladies” magazines, уоu would think уоu would be able to find all sorts of all natural beauty tips. All tоо оftеn, unfоrtunаtеlу, those articles are literally written to push а раrtісulаr product and all tоо оftеn that раrtісulаr product is some type of skin care product that’s filled with chemicals whісh mеаns that еvеn those articles aren’t great skin care tips. There are lots of great tips that are 100% all natural beauty tips that уоu саn use еvеrу day. The best раrt is that some of them are асtuаllу free. Take a closer look at these helpful natural beauty tips that can work for you:

1. Dry Skin:Do not scrub your face with a rag or scrubbing pad. This can cause unwanted hypoallergenic-cleanserdamage to your skin. Wash your face with a mild hypoallergenic cleanser such as Neutrogena. It washes away oil, dirt and makeup from your skin without harsh chemicals. After cleansing your skin with this product, do not wipe your face dry with a towel. Pat your face instead with a clean soft cloth. This helps keep the moisture in your skin.

2. Cleansing Products:Ву using all natural cleansing products as make-up removers is a great option to consider. Try using a skin product that leaves moisture in your skin throughout the cleansing process. Example of this product would be RenSkin Care products located at You will never have to worry about keeping your skin looking radiant with this product. It helps remove any blotches, acne spots, and much more without the ingredients of harsh chemicals.

3. Natural Ingredients: Also, using make-up with all natural ingredients has no drawbacks. You’ll still be able to still use all the same products from foundations to lip gloss to lооk уоur best without worrying аbоut negative effects on уоur skin. Chemical based make-up саn’t make promises like that.

4. Blend It: If уоur hairline starts to lооk greasy, find а big fluffy makeup brush. Dip it in loose powder, and tap the brush to remove any excess, then dust it оvеr уоur roots. Тhіs will mop up oil and blend into уоur strands. Also, make sure you use natural based powder form products. Go the 100 percent natural website located at for product information. Everything you need for natural products is located on that site. Try it an see for yourself. It will amaze you!

5. Revitalizing: Coconut Oil is packed full of antioxidant properties to combat premature aging. Coconut oil absorbs well into the skin, and dоеsn’t leave any residue behind. Coconut oil also саn be use as а download (1)great tool for keeping уоu hair healthy, shiny, and strong. The oil increases circulation on the scalp, helping to supply nutrients to the hair follicles. Simply apply it to the scalp and work it out to the ends, leave it in for an hour or so, then shampoo well, and condition.

6. No Chemicals: Еvеn though all the hype and advertising tells уоu оthеrwіsе, bеіng able to have healthy hair dоеsn’t mеаn buying hair care products full of chemicals еіthеr. The best wау to get soft, silky, shiny hair is to use all natural hair care products and уоu’ll have healthier hair in the process.

7. Sunblock: Оnе іmроrtаnt skin care and hair care tір is to protect your skin and hair from the sun as biothermmuch as роssіblе. It is inadvisable to “sun tan,” due to the skin and hair being exposed to both UVA and UVB (ultra violet type А and В). Remember, UVB rays can cause severe sunburn or lead to skin cancer. You can prevent this by keeping уоur skin protected with sun-block such as Biotherm lotion, which is revitalizing and contains soothing vitamin E and UV blockers that keeps the skin healthy and smooth without irritating the skin. You can find this product online at

These are just а few tips уоu will find that help уоu to lооk уоur best while taking better care of уоur hair and skin. Remember, natural beauty comes from taking good care of your body first. For products you can use to keep your skin and nails healthy, take a look at Allure. Beauty is only a mouse click or mobile tap away 😉 ,

Why you shouldn’t be afraid to eat eggs in moderation

Touted for their benefits as a great protein source, eggs have also been maligned because their yolks contain about 186 milligrams (mg) of cholesterol — more than half of the American Heart Association’s daily recommendation.

Worries about cholesterol and its impact on the heart have prompted many people to substitute whole eggs with egg whites only, or to completely eliminate eggs from their diet.  But there’s a lot about eggs you may not know. They contain essential vitamins and minerals that benefit brain and heart health, and they provide an essential source of protein.

“If you think about its availability and low cost and all the good things in it, it’s actually pretty darn good,” saysJames A. Underberg, MD, a cardiologist at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City.

Here’s a handy guide that unscrambles the truth about eggs so you can get the most out of this nutritious and delicious food.

Fun facts about eggs

  • Eggs cost less than any other protein source.
  • One egg has 13 essential vitamins and minerals, healthful unsaturated fats and antioxidants.
  • Egg yolks contain luteine and zeaxanthin, antioxidants that can help prevent macular degeneration, or age-related blindness.
  • One egg has only 70 calories.
  • Eggs do not contain hormones or antibiotics.
  • The size of an egg relates to the size of the chicken, not the grade.
  • Fresh, uncooked eggs in their shells last for at least three to five days after purchase when kept in the refrigerator.
  • Cook eggs until the yolk is white and firm. Dishes that contain eggs should be cooked to a temperature of 160 degrees F.
  • If you can’t determine if an egg is raw or hard-boiled, spin it; a boiled egg will spin easily, while a raw one will wobble.

Eggs Don’t Raise Cholesterol Levels

Eggs do contain a lot of cholesterol. However, for most people, only a small amount of that cholesterol goes into the bloodstream. According to the American Heart Association, saturated fat in a person’s diet has a greater impact on raising blood cholesterol levels than cholesterol in food. One large egg has only 1.6 grams of saturated fat. Compare that to one tablespoon of butter, which contains 7 grams saturated fat.

“It’s important that people understand that a major determinant of bad cholesterol is saturated fat, not cholesterol,” says Katherine Tallmadge, a nutritionist and author of the book Diet Simple.  “People are afraid of cholesterol in food so they cut out eggs, but they get plenty of saturated fat in butter and cheese — so their cholesterol stays high.”

Eggs Are Loaded With Nutrients

“Eggs are probably one of the best forms of protein out there because you get it without the carbs,” says Dr. Underberg. Along with providing 6 grams of protein, an egg is a good source of B vitamins, folic acid, and iron. Egg yolks also contain the nutrient lutein, which, according to a study in the journal Circulation, can protect against the progression of heart disease.

The high cholesterol content in egg yolks can give people a scare. But that creamy, yellow center is loaded with nutrients to counter its negative qualities. The yolk contains nearly half of all the protein found in an egg and is one of the few natural sources of vitamin D, which helps build strong bones and teeth and aids in the absorption of calcium, Tallmadge says. According to a study of pregnant women published in The FASEB Journal, choline, an essential nutrient found in egg yolk, was shown to decrease the risk of fetal neural tube defects like spina bifida.

Have Diabetes or Heart Disease? Proceed With Caution

A review of studies in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that egg consumption was linked to cardiovascular disease in people with diabetes, but not in the general population. The Harvard School of Public Health suggests that people who have heart disease should limit their egg consumption overall to include no more than three yolks per week.

Underberg advises against completely banning eggs from your diet, considering all of the health benefits they provide. “If you’re diabetic and want to eat eggs, do it without the bread or corn beef hash. Stay away from the carbs, and keep [eggs] to a minimum,” he says.

How to Pair Eggs With Other Foods

It’s all about the company your eggs keep, so pay attention to the side dishes you pick. “People have eggs alongside foods that are high in saturated fats, like bacon, sausage or buttered toast,” says Tallmadge. “Those meal patterns raise cholesterol levels and make it seem like eating eggs is worse than it actually is.”

Underberg suggests pairing eggs with healthy foods like tomatoes and avocados, steel-cut oats, or one piece of whole grain toast. “It makes the food pairing process less toxic,” he says. To eliminate unhealthy oils and butter, Underberg advises poaching or boiling eggs instead of frying or scrambling.

5 Vegetables That Make Amazing Fries (Besides Potatoes)

Daikon fries

French fries are one of the ultimate comfort foods, and while there’s no denying how satisfying a salty serving of fried potatoes can be, enjoying a serving of fries doesn’t have to be a guilty pleasure. It’s easy to make healthier fries at home, and branching out from your usual spuds is a great way to up the nutritional value and slash calories while still enjoying the comfort food favorite. Steer clear of your local drive-through window and bake a big batch of one of these nutritious veggie French fries that everyone will flip for.

Daikon Fries

Daikon is a versatile, white radish from Asia that is naturally low in calories and a good source of vitamin C. When roasted, you’ll get a light golden fry that pairs well with strong, robust sauces like herbed mayo or mustard. Try Christopher James Clark’s take with his Daikon Fries with Thyme Mustard Dipping Sauce.

Carrot fries
  Carrot fries 

Carrot Fries

Bored with steamed carrots? Get creative with the colorful veggie by slicing it into wedges, tossing with olive oil, salt, and pepper, and baking them like in this Healthy Baked Carrot Fries recipe from 2 Teaspoons. You’ll get a low-sodium, vitamin A-rich snack that’s perfect with spicy ketchup or ranch dressing.


Jicama fries

Jicama Fries

If you only know jicama as a slaw base and salad topping, you’re in for a treat! This mild and crunchy tuber might not come to mind as a good substitute for potatoes but it works surprisingly well as a super skinny fry. Give this Spicy Spiralized Shoe String Jicama Fries recipe from Inspiralized a try for a fun snack that packs a health punch with potassium, fiber, and vitamins A and C.

  Yucca fries

Yucca Fries

Yucca is another root vegetable that works as an excellent potato swap. It’s rich in manganese and vitamin C and keeps for months at a time when stored properly. You won’t miss the spuds when you serve baked yucca fries with a flavorful, unique sauce like  Spoon Fork Bacon’s Baked Yucca Fries with Grilled Banana Ketchup.


Zucchini Fries

In the warmer months when summer squash like zucchini are plentiful, use up your farmers market haul by baking up a batch of fries to go along with grilled favorites like burgers. This mild veggie is high in vitamin C, riboflavin, and vitamin B6, and pairs well with strong dipping sauces like A Cozy Kitchen serves up in this recipe for Zucchini Fries with Roasted Garlic Aioli and Sriracha Mayo.


Early to bed, early to rise, makes you healthy, wealthy and hot(lol). You see, we all have bad habits when it comes to our beauty and health regime, we all know what we should do, but it’s far easier to smoke that pack of cigarettes, drink that fourth appHEAle martini, go to bed with make up on and ditch your morning run than stick to a routine. You need to find a routine that suits you and isn’t too stringent, otherwise you are going to chuck the whole thing. Here are a few tips that could help you stay looking younger, more vibrant and feeling healthier.

  • Keep away from the chocolate trolley; keep fruits or nuts on your desk to help stave off those mid afternoon munchies.
  • You can get a wide range of nuts, seeds and dried fruits that can replace naughty crisp cravings and keep you fuller for longer.
  • Cereal bars are handy, easy to pop in your handbag and you can trick yourself into thinking you are eating a chocolate bar.
  • Eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, it’s not as difficult as you think. Juice tinned and dried fruit count towards it. When serving your plate put on an equal amount of veg and carbs(carbohydrates). You will still feel full but will also be eating
  • You don’t need seconds, even though most of us have been brought up to believe throwing food is a waste, so is eating things you don’t really need. Make smaller dinners or order from the lighter menu.
  • If you’re going out after work for drinks, have something to eat first. Once you’ve had a couple of drinks you will immediately want bar snacks that are laden with fat and calories and very little in the way of nutrition.
  • Try to drink at least one glass of water or non alcoholic drink for each alcoholic one. Most bars serve a nice range of juices or virgin cocktails. Remember women are only supposed to have between two and three units a day.
  • When it comes to that cheeky fag, the one you wouldn’t normally have but you are being sociable, try to imagine your top lip as it would look if you became a smoker, yes that’s it, (lol) wrinkled and old. Should put you off a bit!
  • Before getting into bed, make sure you clear & clean your face in clean running water, before the traditional cleansing and after the make up remover quick cleanse, they are actually meant to be alternatives, since they’re better than nothing. And then, you put on some moisturizer, find one that suits you,and keep one at home, one in your handbag and one in your desk drawer at your place of work and make sure it has an SPF(Sun Protection Factor) content. NB: Make sure your products contain moisturizer.ex
  • When your alarm rings for your yoga class/run or exercise do heed its call, you will feel much better for it and your mood will be lifted as well. Regular exercise really does make you feel a million bucks! (smiles) you know that feeling don’t you..
  • Find a form of exercise that you really enjoy, it’s much easier to stick to. Try new things, climbing, aerobic classes, horse riding, dancing… and the likes, Just “anything that you have fun doing” and keeps you in shape.

Remember an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so look after yourself in little ways now. If you fail a few

times, don’t stop altogether, once you get into healthy eating and exercise habits, it will become second nature.