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Throw away your glasses! Only using this one ingredient will help you increase your vision by 97%

 Lutein and Zeaxanthin   Benefits: It is believed that lutein, zeaxanthin and meso-zeaxanthin in the macula block blue light from reaching the underlying structures in the retina, thereby reducing the risk of light-induced oxidative damage that could lead to macular degeneration (AMD).   The crystalline lens (the natural lens in the eye) primarily collects and… Read more »

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Natural solutions for dark spots, uneven skin and hyperpigmentation!

Baking Soda Our first recommendation for treating uneven skin tone is simple, yet extremely efficient. You are probably already familiar with the fact that baking soda is an excellent healthy solution for whitening teeth, so the fact that it helps you achieve gorgeous skin is almost natural. In the case of skin, baking soda acts… Read more »

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14 early warning signs your blood sugar is super high

Early signs include:   Increased thirst Headaches Trouble concentrating Blurred vision Frequent peeing Fatigue (weak, tired feeling) Weight loss Blood sugar more than 180 mg/dL Irritability Erectile dysfunction Chronic constipation or chronic diarrhea Nerve issues Dry and itchy skin Nausea

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How to tighten flabby skin after weight loss

Citrus fruits   Eat nutrient-rich foods that improve skin elasticity to decrease loose skin. Vitamin-C found in citrus fruits, strawberries and vegetables such as bell peppers aids collagen formation which is essential for tightening up the skin. Healthy fats also aid in collagen formation and increasing skin moisture to prevent a stretched, dry appearance. Add… Read more »

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Home remedies for ingrown hairs

Oatmeal   Mix equal quantity of ground oatmeal, yogurt, and honey. Apply it over the affected area. Leave it for ½ an hour and then wash it off with cold water. This method checks the growth of ingrown hair. Oatmeal has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which work as a soothing skin agent. Colloidal oatmeal had… Read more »