Explore the health and wellbeing issues concerning fish and facials.
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Learn about Fish and Facials Host: Not so long ago, it was traditional for families in many couches to eat fish once a week. As the old pals give way to the new, perhaps it’s still wise to keep up this practice even if you don’t want the ritual—months to accompany the dish. Fish it seems is the key ton a healthy heart and mind. Deep sea oily fish are the ones to add to your weekly shopping order. Rich red tuna is host to amazing amounts of Omega3’s. Those lovely essential fatty acids that are so good for repairing brain cells. Stave off Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia with a tasty fillet. More and more people these days are suffering from cardiovascular disease potentially leading to stroke, heart attack and high blood pressure at the very least unleashed the healing power of Omega3’s by poaching a hearty fillet of your favorite fish to fight the inflammation in your arteries and lower your blood pressure with a whole host of good fats. June Davison: You should continue to eat oily fish once or twice a week as part of a healthy balanced diet. It’s important to say that however much oily fish you eat, it’s only one part that they could picture in reducing the risk of heart disease. So, it’s very important to give up smoking, take regular exercise and eat a diet which is low in saturated fats and high fruits and vegetables. Host: Remember back to grandma or in granddad’s day when fish was part of the weekly diet. Diabetics back then were few and far between. And only one in 10 people was considered obese. Regular consumption of fish probably had a lot to do with these low statistics. Deep sea oily fish are great for regulating the blood sugar. Fight depression with a weekly feast of fish. People who ate fish regularly are happier for it. They’re also less likely to suffer from Psoriasis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and other inflammatory diseases. Now, that is something to smile about. Next time you’re busy about town and only have time for takeout, do yourself a favor, and hop on the sushi train, treat yourself to Atlantic salmon sushi meat. This fish is the highest in Omega3’s with 1200 milligrams in the average serve. Sushi is a fabulously healthy way to prepare your fish. Feasting on fish will have you looking fabulous and thinking fabulous thoughts. Now, that’s what I call a whole food. How do you put your best face forward amidst the daily pressures and environmental grime of the modern world? Treat yourself to a facial, that’s how. Breathe the relaxing aromas of subtle wooden peppermint or lemon grass and the basil as your skin care specialist gently massages the perfect portion into your hungry skin. Cleanse the pollution from the surface of your skin. Exfoliate the dead cells and inspire the growth of the new. Moisturize, replenish, relax. Letting go of all that tension will keep those premature wrinkles well away. Let your mind drift away on an ocean of you time. A well deserved oasis in the middle of your busy day. Feel great about yourself as your skin care specialist executes the perfect skin rescue plan. All you have to do is sit there and take it. Steer clear of fish with high mercury levels such as shark, orange roughy and southern bluefin tuna. Otherwise, eat up.
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