Narrowing Down My Top 3 Favorite Beauty Products

If I were to be put in a situation where I could only use three of my favorite beauty products for the rest of my life (a sort of “What 3 beauty products would you take with you to a desert island?” situation, if you will), I would certainly find it difficult to choose. (5)I would most likely split them up by categories. The first category would be hair care products. I would choose a good two in one combination – that is, a product that combines both shampoo and conditioner in one bottle. That would provide the most bang for the buck. (4)Next, I would choose a good foundation product with sunscreen and moisturizer built in. Again, that would give me more function with one product. (3)Lastly, I would choose one of the compact beauty sticks they sell now that have lip gloss on one end and mascara on the other. Those two things don’t approximate a full face of makeup, but they are the closest that you can get with just one product.

Thank goodness that this situation will never arise, though (also got some help from Lifecell Reviews). I can continue to use my full range of preferred products forever!

What many people use social media sites for

These days, there are many people who use social media sites every day. One thing that really grinds my gears is the number of people who are using GoFundMe and other sites to get money to pay for funeral costs. While I sympathize with them to a degree, it is not the job of anyone else to take care of your families funeral problems. The best thing that people can do for themselves is get an insurance policy (like Life Shield HQ) early on for every member of their family. This will prevent people from asking for a handout if anything happens.

I swear the nest time I see someone on a social media site ask for money for burial costs, I am going to send a message to their inbox and tell them that they need to get an insurance policy for the remaining members of their family. This may seem rather harsh, but I believe that it makes all of the sense in the world. Why do you want to wait for a tragedy to address the insurance problem? They need to get it together so they don’t have to beg for money every time someone passes away.

Bad Medical Advice For Diabetics

After gaining over seventy pounds of fat, I ended up with type II diabetes. I wanted to become healthy without taking medication and I wanted to get to the source of the problem. Like everyone who reads about blood sugar issues, especially lowering blood sugar, we are all often told that we should eat more meat and vegetables and lower our carbohydrate intake. For many of us this works, but what it doesn’t do is repair the mechanism that causes insulin insensitivity. I think that this is a very common bit of health advice that science has later proven wrong and in this article we will dig into why that advice isn’t the best advice. (1)

Bread was out, sugar was out, vegetables and animal flesh were in. I lost around thirty pounds and I was able to control my blood sugar with diet alone. That sounds so perfect right? Actually, things were pretty good but one problem lingered. I spoke about mechanism earlier and I would like to explain that now. When it comes to type II diabetes, it is a lifestyle disease with some hereditary elements but for the most part people become diabetic when their cells are not able to efficiently process glucose and insulin. This is why we use the term insulin insensitivity because insulin is what helps glucose travel to and through the cells. A low carbohydrates elements glucose but the saturated fat of that diet increased insulin insensitivity, something that was never told to diabetics. So many of us ate our meat and veggies and had a faux win against diabetes because we still had the mechanism, just not the trigger– the trigger being simple carbohydrates in our diet.

We only had a fake recovery from diabetes when an authentic reversal is when our cells repair and insulin can easily transport glucose.