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Fight cellulite with a good diet

When we talk about cellulitis, we’re referring to an extra storage of fat in adipose tissue. This storage is accompanied by water retention and inflammation in the affected area. Nobody is born and condemned with cellulitis, no matter whether they are male or female. In fact, both sexes basically have the same amount of adipocytes. To combat the appearance and evolution of cellulitis, daily healthy eating habits and exercise are recommended, as well as avoiding excess fat and toxins. READ MORE

Activate Your Tired Legs

Sedentary work, lack of exercise, excess weight, professions that require long periods stood up, pregnancy and age can be the cause of discomfort due to poor circulation in the legs. This can be because the blood vessels have lost their elasticity due to long-term strain, making it harder for the blood to reach the heart. Discover our specialists’ tips for reducing the effects of tired legs. READ MORE

Eating Well When The Cold Begins

A light diet, based on nutritional and comforting food sources can help improve general malaise and reduce the loss of appetite caused by a period of convalescence due to a change in the seasons, stress, pollution, etc. Our diet should be varied, easy to digest, and rich in ingredients that stimulate immune response. READ MORE

Hair Loss and Our Diet

During summer, salt, chlorine and excess sun exposure all take their toll, altering our capillary balance. What’s more, stress and diets that don’t provide us with the nutrients we need are other external factors that affect us. As a result, hair is more prone to falling out and looks drier and more brittle. If you want to keep hair loss in check, don’t forget that looking after yourself from the inside is just as important as from the outside. READ MORE

Fighting Stress

When we require extra energy from our bodies due to pressure at work and emotional stress, they use up their energy reserves, and as a result, vitamin B reserves, which in turn, makes us more susceptible to becoming depressed, suffering insomnia or irritability. To avoid this, your diet should include food sources rich in vitamin A, B and C, and minerals such as potassium, magnesium and calcium. You should also make a habit of exercising and doing lovely things that you enjoy to relax, like walking, speaking to loved ones on the phone, going to the cinema, etc. READ MORE

Royal jelly, the wonder juice

Royal jelly is a liquid produced from a blend of worker bee secretions. It’s the only food source that the queen bee eats throughout her lifetime.

It’s a valuable source of the vitamin B complex and provides many trace elements and substances with hormonal capacity. It contains unsaturated fatty acids and flavonoids, powerful antimicrobials that stop the product from decomposing. READ MORE