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Thursday May 14, 2009

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This Week in Health

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Few of us make it to the adulthood without a few surface imperfections – perhaps a scar from a teenage cycling accident, a strange mole caused by past sun exposure, or broken veins brought on by birth control pills, pregnancy, or just genetics. This week we focus on Body flaws: How to reduce their appearance?

 
Hot Fitness Tip of the week

Rice, if it's eaten by itself, can have an impact on blood sugar and insulin levels, but if eaten with other foods which digest slowly such as fish and poultry, fibrous vegetables and healthy fats such as peanut oil. The overall meal will not cause a spike in insulin levels.

As long as you eat rice and pasta the traditional Mediterranean or Asian way, you can satisfy your taste buds and enjoy robust good health. Click here, to learn more about Mediterranean Food Guide Pyramid.

 
Words of Inspiration

Room to Grow.

In your weaknesses, are the greatest possibilities for improvement. You can make the biggest difference by working to correct your biggest deficiency.

Consider someone who is highly skilled at programming computers, but not very good at communicating with other people. No matter how much this person improves his computer skills, his lack of communication skills will hold him back. By contrast, even a
marginal improvement in interpersonal communication skills will have a dramatic effect on overall performance.

When you can identify and understand your shortcomings, you've uncovered a potent avenue for personal growth and increased effectiveness. Work to overcome those weaknesses, and you'll multiply the effectiveness of the strengths you already have.
 

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Success Quote

"When a man feels throbbing within him the power to do what he undertakes as well as it can possibly be done, this is happiness, this is success."
-- Orison Swett Marden

 
Healthy Recipe

Mushroom and Corn Toast

 

Serves: 1

 

Ingredients:

  • 2 brown bread slices

  • 50 gm fresh mushroom

  • 50 gm baby corn

  • 10 ml. olive oil

  • 10 gm garlic (chopped)

  • 2 gm fresh basil (chopped)

  • 2 gm crushed pepper 

  • 1 egg white

  • Salt to taste

Direction:

  • Toast the brown bread slices lightly and keep aside.

  • Boil the mushrooms and the baby corn separately till cooked.

  • When cool, coarsely chop the mushrooms and baby corn.

  • In a heavy bottomed pan heat the oil and sauté the garlic till golden.

  • Add crushed pepper and basil to the sautéed garlic and cook for some more time.

  • Add the chopped mushroom, baby corn and salt to taste. Stir. Take the pan off the fire. Cool.

  • Whish the egg white and fold into the mushroom mixture.

  • Spread the mixture on the toasted bread and gratin ate (or grill, or toast) till done.

Nutritional Information: (per serving)

  • Calories: 304 kcals

  • Carbohydrates - 36 gm

  • Protein - 12 gm

  • Fat - 11.8 gm

 
Article of the Week

Body flaws: How to reduce their appearance?

 

Few of us make it to the adulthood without a few surface imperfections – perhaps a scar from a teenage cycling accident, a strange mole caused by past sun exposure, or broken veins brought on by birth control pills, pregnancy, or just genetics. If you’re like me, these skin flaws make me dread the summer, when I have to decide between the comfort of sundresses, shorts, and sleeveless shirts, or the camouflaging ability of long skirts, trousers, and sleeved shirts. There is a host of new treatments available to reduce the appearance of these common surface flaws. Most scars cannot be eliminated completely but they can be softened.

 

Scars

Many of us, have quite a number of scars, thanks to childhood cycling accidents, teenage clumsiness, and an adult run-in with an adorable yet boisterous kitten. Exfoliating ingredients such as glycolic acid and salicylic acid help soften the appearance of scars, and so do pigment-lightening ingredients such as kojic acid and hydroquinone.

 

A scar is the skin’s healing response to an injury or wound and is composed mostly of inelastic collagen fibers. Scar tissue is disorganized and appears distinctly different from the normal tissue surrounding it. For bad scars, onion extract (also called cepium allium) has been found to soften the appearance of all types of scars if it is used two to four times a day for 1 to 4 months. Topical gels or bandages containing silicon have also been shown to soften the appearance of all types of scars. You either use the gel two to four times a day or wear the bandage continually for 4 months. A dermatologist can also soften the appearance of scars through microdermabrasion, or laser resurfacing. Microdermabrasion is conducted by spraying a stream of fine aluminum oxide crystals directly on the skin, removing the surface layer, and stimulating the production of new skin cells and collagen, giving a smooth and healthy glow to the skin surface.

 

 

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