Around 40 percent of women will experience some form of hair loss by the age of 50 due to hormonal changes. Temporary hair loss can also be triggered by stress, poor diet and weight loss.
LQ nutritional expert Helen Drake gives her advice on how to maintain healthy skin, looking at external factors and how to keep your skin healthy from within. Over the period of our lives our skin is exposed to a multitude of stressors such as UV light, pollution, cosmetics not to mention things we consume such as alcohol, caffeine, sugar or simply a lack of water and nutrients.
Japan is a world leader in inventive technology in all sorts of areas. In recent years, the range of anti-aging products on the market has been a huge area of expansion in the Japanese market The innovation that has brought this surge is a new wave of liquid health supplements the Japanese drink to supplement their diet.
The world can be a harsh place sometimes, especially for our skin. From pores plagued by pollution, chapped skin from strong winds, to premature ageing caused by UV damage, our skin has to stand up to a lot in everyday life. That’s why it’s so important to give it the care it deserves with easy changes like getting sleep or eating foods good for skin.
Did you know that Mediterranean countries have lower levels of heart disease? You may think that a slower pace of life and regular siestas have something to do with the statistics, but the truth behind comparatively good cardiovascular health in the Mediterranean likely lies with one common salad ingredient: the tomato.
Liquid vitamins are the new kid on the block, and represent an innovation in the vitamin supplements field that can speed the absorption of vitamins and nutrients into the bloodstream.