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5 Benefits of Green Tea 500 752 Facercise

5 Benefits of Green Tea

facial exercisesTea has been touted for centuries for its medicinal and healing properties—and for good reason. Rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, green tea yields an array of anti-inflammatory properties that improves our beauty, weight and overall health. It’s a must for your antiaging practices and a great complement to both your facial exercises and No Lipo Lipo regimen.
Here are just five of the incredible benefits of drinking green tea.

1. It improves your complexion. Drinking green tea helps flush the toxins from your skin, while reducing inflammation that cause breakouts and promoting faster healing. Green tea also contains catechins, antibacterial agents that help fight the bacteria that cause acne and regulate hormonal imbalances. Studies have shown that the antioxidants in green tea also boost elasticity.

2. Green tea helps fight aging. Green tea contains polyphenols that help combat the free radicals that damage the skin and accelerate aging.

3. It reduces puffy eyes. We all remember the old school tea-bags-on the-eyelids remedy that so many of used to disguise a hangover. The good news is, green tea is actually the real deal when it comes to reducing the appearance of dark circles and puffy eyes, due to its content of tannins, antioxidants and vitamin K.

4. Green tea helps with weight loss. Research shows that green tea boasts natural thermogenic properties and polyphenols that oxidize fat faster and boosts our metabolic rate. It also contains EGCG, an antioxidant that ultimately helps break down more fat in our bodies. It has also been shown to help regular blood sugar levels.

5. It can help reduce anxiety and stress. Green tea is rich in the amino acid l-theanine, which helps increase alpha waves in the brain, a natural state that helps reduce stress and anxiety.

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Tips for Starting a Walking Program 500 333 Facercise

Tips for Starting a Walking Program

facial exercisesIt’s National Walking Day! The American Heart Association deems the first Wednesday each April this special fitness holiday, making it a great time to start a walking program if you haven’t already. Walking is an excellent form of exercise for people of all ages—and a great way to fight aging and complement your program regimen of facial exercises.

Research shows that regular walking program helps:

Fight obesity
Improve balance
Promote bone health and help prevent osteoporosis
Elevate your mood
Reduce the risk of strokes, diabetes and heart disease
Improve blood pressure and cholesterol profiles
Reduce the risk of breast and colon cancer

Make sure to check with your physician if you have any medical concerns.

Start off slow—try just 10 to 15 minutes a day and then keep adding 5 minutes per session. Build up to a minimum of 30 minutes per day. Try to do this a minimum of five days per week. If you already follow another workout regimen, consider adding walking three to four days a week.

Strive to breathe deeply and maintain good posture as you walk. Think about holding your head up, sucking in your tummy and elongating your body. Keep your shoulders relaxed. Start with an easy stride and then increase your pace as you feel more comfortable. You will still enjoy the benefits mentioned above if you walk at what is known as “talking pace,” which means you can still hold a conversation. If you want to use walking for cardiovascular conditioning, simply increase your pace or try to work in intervals at a brisk pace.

Bring a bottle of water along with you so that you can stay properly hydrated during your walk. At the end of your walk, make sure to stretch your calves, hamstrings, chest and back to help prevent injuries.

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