The Beauty of Apple Cider Vinegar

apple cider vinegarWith all the fancy (and expensive) beauty and health remedies available to us these days, I am wondering how many of us know about Apple Cider Vinegar.

Did you know it is a fantastic remedy for an itchy scalp?  Or, that it helps to unclog your hair follicles? It can be used to give your hair shine and much more?  What have you purchased lately to help you with these issues? If you are suffering from Hairblues/Hairloss you most certainly want to try some of the recipes given at this website: Apple Cider Vinegar for Hair Health

The next time you are considering  a pharmaceutical solution for a health issue pick up a bottle of apple cider vinegar then  take a moment to check out some of the remedies available.

13+ Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

While the uses for white vinegar are plentiful, apple cider vinegar has arguably even more applications. Its wide-ranging benefits (rivaling the number of uses for tea tree oil and other nifty natural helpers) include everything from curing hiccups to alleviating cold symptoms, and some people have turned to apple cider vinegar to help with health concerns including diabetes, cancer, heart problems, high cholesterol, and weight issues. Read on for more reasons to keep apple cider vinegar handy in your pantry. Source: Apple Cider Vinegar: 13+ Health Benefits | Reader’s Digestcanstockphoto9808096

Check out this vinegar rinse for your hair. The rinse will leave your scalp feeling refreshed and ‘squeaky’ clean.
Just Natural’s Vinegar Rinse Cleanser in conjunction with a sulfate-free shampoo is an ideal method for cleaning the hair and scalp without robbing them of vital nutrients and moisture, while ensuring that the hair is freed from product build-up, residue and excess oils. Source: The Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar | Just Natural Hair & Skin Care

 

2016 Resolutions

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Happy New Year!  It’s that time again.  Yes, the time when we vow to lose weight, eat healthfully, and generally put ourselves ‘on the spot’ to clean up our eating and exercise habits.  Well, don’t despair on how you will get that done.  Give yourself a little help and get ‘Fooducated’ by visiting the Fooducate.com website.

Here’s a little preview on how they encourage us:

Don’t give up. There is a way to tame the beast, just read on. In order to succeed, your weight loss resolution has to be quantifiable, feasible, and piecemeal.

We’ll explain:

1. Quantifiable. Don’t generalize about weight loss, define a specific goal – “I want to lose 25 pounds” or “I’ll weight 155 by July 4th”. Being specific forces you to be more accountable to yourself.

2. Feasible. Let’s face it, not all of us have the body type of a Victoria’s Secret model or a Quarterback. Set a goal that is achievable for you. Err to the easier side. You can always add another goal if your first one was easily achieved.

3. Piecemeal. Losing 25 pounds is quite a hefty goal. It will take a long time to get there. During that time, there will be moments of doubt, days where the scale moves in the wrong direction, and other unpleasant surprises.

Breaking down your goal into 5 pound increments can be extremely motivating. Instead of waiting 6 months for success, within a matter of weeks you can attain your first milestone. Each small victory will act as a huge motivator for you to keep pushing.

How will you succeed in 2016?

Source: Lose weight & improve your health with a real food diet | Fooducate