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Many of us fixate on how to drop those extra unwanted pounds and push ourselves to run that extra mile or spend more time in the gym. However, according to an article published yesterday in The Observer, spending more (or any) time in the gym may not be the answer for losing weight. A growing body of research in the US and the UK indicates that there is little correlation between working out and weight loss. The Mayo Clinic reports that, generally, studies “have demonstrated no or modest weight loss with exercise alone” and that “an exercise regimen…is unlikely to...

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With all the bad news on the television, in the papers and in life in general, we need to add some optimism, happiness and enthusiasm to our lives. As Dr. Oz says in one of his columns: “The last thing we all need right now is another doom-and-gloom headline. So try this mantra as an antidote: Good times are coming.” Think good thoughts, practice good thoughts, and pass them on to others. Let go of negativity and see what it does for your health…and your skin! Remember those adolescent breakouts and skin irritations that erupted when we worried about that...

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No need to skimp on the guacamole. Avocado is a superfruit (yes, a fruit) that has been shown to improve the quality of your skin and your overall health. In a recent article, “The You Docs: Six Reasons to Love Avocados,” Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Mehmet Oz tout the benefits of eating avocados. Here are just six of the many reasons you should love avocados: 1. While avocados are high in fat, most of the fat is monounsaturated, which increases your healthy HDL cholesterol and lowers your triglycerides. 2. The fat in avocados is full of Omega-3s, which moisturize...

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Results of a 15-year study conducted by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Boston University found that women who drank even moderate amounts of beer increased their risk of psoriasis. However, before you swear off of your favorite brew, it is important to note that Bruce Bebo, director of research and medical programs at the National Psoriasis Foundation, cautions that the findings “need more investigation to determine whether there’s a real connection or not.” There is no question that limiting alcohol intake is beneficial to your overall health. Previous studies have also found a link between alcohol and...

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The Seaweed Bath Co. is excited to announce the launch of its long-awaited new website. We appreciate all of our customers’ patience and support while we revamped our website. Please take a look around and let us know your thoughts on our new site. We look forward to seeing you at Natural Products Expo East next month!

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