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5 Body Sculpting Tips

body sculptingSwimsuit season is here! It’s never too late to start working on your body so you can feel more confident in your swimsuit and summer clothes. Whether you’re trying to drop some weight or just tone up, we’ve got stellar body sculpting strategies for achieving your goals. Read on to get your summer regimen started today.

1. Eat More Lean Protein

Eating lean protein is essential for losing weight and reducing your body fat percentage. It increases your lean muscle mass, which in turn boosts your metabolism and the rate your body burns calories. Lean protein also satiates your hunger for longer periods of time and boosts digestion. In addition, lower body fat translates to greater energy levels and increased endurance. Good sources of lean protein including skinless poultry, eggs, shrimp, tuna, salmon, quinoa and lentils.

2. Avoid Carbs After 5 pm

This is an excellent way to lean out your figure. Staying away all refined sugars and carbs after 5 pm will reduce water retention and help you avoid those sugar rushes that cause you to crash soon afterwards and eat again. If you can, try to stay from processed foods altogether after 5 pm.

3. Dry Brush Daily

Dry brushing exfoliates your skin, boosts blood circulation and stimulates the lymphatic system, which flushes out the toxins in your body. An added bonus is that it will help your skin glow and appear more hydrated. Visit this link for step-by-step instructions for how to dry brush properly.

4. Do No Lipo Lipo

This amazing body contouring massage will help you lose inches in a matter of weeks. It boosts your lymphatic system and breaks down fatty connective tissue so that you lose inches with a consistent practice. You will be thrilled with the results.

5. Exercise

The best way to enhance weight loss efforts and tone up is with regular workouts. Strive to hit the three essential pillar of fitness, which include cardio, resistance and flexibility training. Do what you enjoy and try to mix it up as much as possible—walk, run, hit the gym, go to your favorite exercise class or have a dance party in your living room

Click here to learn more about our proprietary No Lipo Lipo body sculpting system.

 

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Anti-Aging Summer Produce

facial exercisesSummer weather brings delicious produce that makes your skin glow and boosts the results of your daily facial exercises. They are loaded with antioxidants, which help prevent wrinkles and boost collagen production. Summer produce also fights free radical damage and can help kill off cancerous cells. Load up on a colorful array to target every beauty, health and anti-aging concern.

Tomatoes

Tomatoes should be a mainstay of an anti-aging diet. They are packed with lycopene, a carotenoid that fights free radicals while protecting against sun damage and harmful bacteria. Lycopene strengthens the skin by combating the activity of collagenases, evil little enzymes that breakdown collagen. It also promotes healthy teeth and gums.

Kale

This dark leafy green is one of the best sources of vitamin K, which is important for cardiovascular health. Kale is another excellent source of lycopene, as well as antioxidants including phytofluene, phytoene and beta-carotene. Beta-carotene protects the skin against UV and free radical damage. It can also help your skin glow naturally!

Watermelon

This juicy antiaging superfood is very hydrating due to its high water content. It also boasts lycopene, as well as vitamins A and C. These powerful antioxidants combat free radical and sun damage, while stimulating collagen to keep skin firm and supple. Watermelons also contain arginine, which promotes hair growth by stimulating the scalp.

Eggplant

This purple veggie contains antioxidants and anthocyanins that help our skin glow, while boosting the fight against free radicals. Like watermelons, eggplants contain a lot of water, so they help keep the skin soft and hydrated. They are also an important source of nasunin, which has been show to help slow down the growth of cancerous cells.

Red Bell Pepper

Red bell pepper’s bright red color is indicative of their high antioxidant content. One pepper contains more than 200 percent of your recommended daily intake of vitamin C and are a great source of folate and vitamin B6.

Click through to discover more anti-aging tips and learn the benefits of about facial exercises.

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Fight Sun Damage With a Hat

facial exercisesSummer can be brutal on your skin, even when you do facial exercises every day. Too much exposure to the sun’s damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays wreaks havoc in the form of sunburns, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and skin cancer. That’s why wearing our Protective Sunblock SPF 30 is absolutely mandatory, all year long. It should be applied 20 minutes before going outside and re-applied throughout the day.

You don’t have to stop at sunscreen. You can take protection to the next level by wearing a hat to block out the sun. It provides additional protection to your face, neck, ears and scalp. This is especially important since these vulnerable areas are where we are most prone to develop skin cancer.

Wearing a hat will shield these delicate areas and help prevent sun damage. Sunscreen is still necessary because dangerous UV rays can bounce off the ground and hit your face, but a hat will help fend these off as well.

Here are three things to look for when buying a sun hat.

1. Go Full Brim

You’ll need a brim with a circumference of at least three inches. This is the only way you’ll really be able to shield the at-risk skin on your face and neck. Unfortunately, a baseball cap or visor won’t cut it because they don’t provide coverage for your neck and ears. A full brimmed hat may feel strange at first, but it won’t take long to get used to it. You’ll be a hat lady in no time.

2. Choose Protective Material

If possible, opt for a hat made from SPF or UV-tested material. Don’t opt for mesh or the kind of straw that has holes in it. Choose the most impenetrable material you can find so that it blocks out all UV rays.

3. Be Secure

We’re not talking about confidence here—we just mean to find a hat that stays secure on your head. Find one that fits well so that you’re not constantly adjusting it and it doesn’t fly off your head in the middle of an activity. If you do plan on being active or exercising outdoors, you may want to consider a hat with a chin strap.

When you find a hat you like, buy a few of them so you can keep one in the car and always have one on hand. Visit this link to learn more about the anti-aging benefits of facial exercises.

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4 Amazing Sources of Vitamin C

vitamin c serumIf you’re seeking younger looking skin, vitamin C is a game changer. It’s a powerful antioxidant that can prevent and undo damage while brightening and firming the skin. It’s important to eat a vitamin C-rich diet and incorporate it into your skincare routine. When applied using a topical vitamin C serum, it combats sun damage in the form of age spots, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles and elasticity. Our Vitamin C Complex Serum is a free radical scavenger that makes skin look younger and healthier. When coupled with a daily regimen of facial exercises, you’ll take years off of your appearance.

To turn back the clock, consume foods packed with vitamin C and use Vitamin C Complex Serum every day. Here are three excellent sources of vitamin C.

1. Fruit

Produce is loaded with vitamin C, with many fruits leading the pack. Oranges, papayas, watermelon, cantaloupe, grapefruit, pineapple, lemons, acerola cherries and strawberries deliver more than the daily recommended amount of 60 mg. Guavas top the chart with nearly 250 mg per fruit. Mangoes contain a whopping 122 mg per serving, along with high levels of zeaxanthin, an antioxidant that promotes healthy eyesight. Just two kiwis pack 128 mg and are rich in serotonin, a hormone that helps regulate sleep, mood and appetite.

2. Vegetables

Green leafy veggies are excellent sources of vitamin C. Brussels sprouts, spinach, kale, broccoli, collard greens and mustard greens are great options that pack a serious fiber punch. Bell peppers, tomatoes, cauliflower and kohlrabi all yield remarkable levels of vitamin C and other potent antioxidants. A surprisingly high source of vitamin C are chili peppers, which contain 216 mg per serving. These anti-inflammatory veggies rev your metabolism with their capsaicin content while adding spice to any dish.

3. Vitamin C Serum

A topical product like my powerful Vitamin C Complex Serum brightens, firms and protects skin. It’s packed with antioxidants that fight free radicals while reversing damage from the sun and other environmental stressors. What sets this vitamin C serum apart is that it is composed with magnesium ascorbyl phosphate as opposed to ascorbic acid. This delivers this free radical scavenger to the skin gently and more effectively than other products. High Density C Serum fades sun spots and hyperpigmentation while imparting a healthy, youthful glow. Apply it everywhere that you want better skin—the face, hands, neck, décolletage, arms and legs.

4. Vitamin C Supplements

Adding a vitamin C supplement to your diet may boost your anti-aging efforts and immune system. Some opt for ester-c, which can be easier on the stomach.

You’ll see a marked difference in your skin after just a few weeks of using Vitamin C Complex Serum and increasing vitamin C intake. Click here to learn more about this incredible vitamin C serum.