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HCG Diet Skincare by Golden Essence Announced as a Compact Champion by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

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HCG Diet Skincare by Golden Essence has been named a Champion of the Compact for Safe Cosmetics by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. As a Champion, Golden Essences oil free, paraben free HCG Diet Skincare line has met the criteria of avoiding chemicals banned by health agencies outside of the US, as well as fully disclosing product ingredients. The announcement came through the Market Shift: The story of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and the growth in demand for safe cosmetics released on November 30, 2011.

The HCG Diet Skincare line was originally developed in 2009 as an oil free skincare line for use with the HCG Diet. Developer and formulator, Beth Golden, PhD, ND was adamant about creating a healthy skincare line without the use of harmful chemicals such as synthetic fragrances, mineral oil, propylene glycol, dioxane, benzalkonium chloride, parabens, phthalates and toluene, just to name a few.

As a Naturopathic Doctor, Beth states, I know the harmful effects toxic skincare products cause and many people havent realized the connection with these products, hormone imbalances and weight problems Her philosophy in creating a skincare line full of natural anti-oxidants and essential oils from nature’s finest fruits and herbs, is in line with Golden Essence’s mission to provide “skincare from Nature”, as well as providing a healthy, oil- free skincare line for HCG Dieters.

As one of the more than 1,500 signers of the Compact between 2004 and 2011, Beth pledged that the Golden Essence skincare line would avoid using any of the more than 1,100 chemicals banned by the European Union in her skincare line and signed the Compact in 2009. After careful review since then, the Campaign determined that only 321 companies of the original 1500, including Golden Essence, met the goals of the Compact. As champions of the Campaigns cause, Golden Essence and 320 other companies, some of which also include Aubrey Organics, Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, Jason Natural Products and Toms of Maine, have been rightfully designated as Champions.

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics created the Compact for Safe Cosmetics in 2004 to raise the bar in the cosmetics industry with respect to the safety of cosmetics and personal care products. Specifically, the Compact was a tool to reward cosmetic companies that fully disclose their ingredients and do not use chemicals that are banned by health agencies in other countries.

The European Union took action in 2003 to ban chemicals known, suspected or likely to be carcinogens, mutagens or reproductive toxins from personal care products such as cosmetics, lotions and cleansers. In contrast to the EUs ban of more than 1,100 chemicals, the FDA has only banned or restricted the use of 11 chemicals in the United States. This discrepancy is what led to the formation of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics in 2004.

For more information on Golden Essence and the oil free, paraben free HCG Diet Skincare, visit or call (727) 329-8702. You can also find the full line of Golden Essence Oil-Free Skincare at HCG Diet

About the Formulator

Beth Golden, PhD, ND, with her clinically-formulated HCG Diet Programs, is the leader in Research, Formulation and Manufacturing of HCG Diet Products and Natural Skincare products. Offering state-of the-art HCG Diet training materials, tools, continuing education and HCG Diet Coach support that lead to real-world success. Beths HCG Diet Formulas, Skincare Products, HCG Diet Training Certification Program and HCG Diet Business Building System were developed from clinical trials in over 80 locations throughout the US and Canada since 2007. She is the developer of the Professional Internet Partnership Program (PIPP), the founder and Advisory Board Member of the HCG Diet Council and a Manufacturer Consultant for HCG Diet Formulations.


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Posted by Herbs For Me - December 3, 2011 at 7:47 pm

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Hyperthyroidism – Can a Certain Diet Help?

Hyperthyroidism – Can a Certain Diet Help?

When the thyroid is functioning properly, it absorbs the iodine found in many of the foods we eat and converts it into two kinds of hormones: T3 and T4. These two hormones are released into the bloodstream to control and monitor all the body’s metabolic processes. However, if the thyroid produces too much of these two hormones, a condition known as hyperthyroidism occurs. This means the body’s metabolism speeds up abnormally, which can lead to an increased heartbeat (or even heart palpitations), sweating, overheating, fatigue, swelling of the thyroid gland (goiter), hair loss, insomnia, and weight loss.

Hyperthyroidism usually occurs in people between the age of 20-40, as well as pregnant women or any individual undergoing a great deal of stress. One of the most common manifestations of this disorder is Grave’s disease, in which the pituitary gland — the “master” gland located at the base of the brain which controls all the other glands in the body — mistakenly instructs the thyroid to release too many T3 and T4 hormones. The opposite of this condition is of course hypothyroidism, wherein the thyroid does not produce enough of the hormones required to maintain a proper metabolic rate. Ironically, however, many of the symptoms are the same in both conditions.

Although weight loss may seem to be the obvious correlation of an overactive thyroid, recent studies have shown that despite an increased metabolism, many people suffering from hyperthyroidism have in fact actually gained significant amounts of weight, and continued to gain weight after they were treated. This is most likely due to the increased appetite that results from a faster metabolism, in addition to an inability to burn off the extra calories because of weakness, apathy and depression — three other symptoms associated with this disorder.

Another possible explanation for the weight gain in an individual with hyperthyroidism could be that since the overabundance of T3 and T4 originally prevented the patient’s body from ever regulating itself, the individual can no longer properly monitor his or her caloric intake, even with normalized hormone levels. Making a concerted effort to maintain a proper diet and a strict exercise regimen can help alleviate some of the weight gain experienced by people with hyperthyroidism.

While treatment of hyperthyroidism might involve the use of drugs such as radioactive iodine (or other forms of medication designed to slow down the production of T3 and T4 by the thyroid), or even having part of the thyroid removed surgically, some nutritional experts recommend a diet high in Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C and calcium. Certain foods known to inhibit thyroid overproduction include cauliflower, beans, green leafy vegetables and soy. Herbs such as mother wort, turmeric and bugleweed have also been known to stabilize the thyroid gland, but of course one should always check with one’s health care practitioner before attempting to diagnose or especially to treat an ailment of this type of severity.

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Posted by Herbs For Me - November 28, 2011 at 11:32 am

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Health Diets – Candida Diet for the Control of Yeast Infections

Health Diets – Candida Diet for the Control of Yeast Infections

Candida is a yeast like micro organism found in most human bodies and though not harmful to most of us this organism can infect up to 20% of the population by causing a variety of different infections.

Generally found in our mouth, throat, genital/urinary tract and intestines, candida is held in check by the other bacteria that abound in our system. If a overgrowth of candida occurs a person will generally end up with some infections like: vaginitis, conjunctivitis, jock itch, muscle/joint pain, kidney and/or bladder infections to name but a few.

Most of these infections can be controlled and managed with traditional medication but for the person who suffers repeated infections this candida diet will assist in lessening them if not stopping them completely. The candida diet is not designed to make you lose weight but more to control and manage the candida micro organism in your system, by using and sticking to this diet the infections you suffered will be a thing of the past.

There are for stages to this diet – detox, reduce, inoculate and improve – being the keys to a healthier infection free life.

The Basics of the Candida Diet

Here you will cleanse your body of the toxic byproducts caused by candida.

Examples of detoxing:
I could write pages of information here but feel that we have all detoxed at least once in our lives and probably have our own personal detox method, for those who have never detoxed before go to the web and surf your favorite search engine for the one that suits you.

Here we reduce and balance out the yeast population in our bodies by using antimicrobial herbs, this helps to keep the candida under control

Examples of antimicrobial herbs:
Golden-seal – contains berberine which exhibits a broad spectrum of antibiotic activity. [not recommended if pregnant]

Echinacea – most widely recommended herb for infections, the direct activity of Echinacea as an antibacterial is quite mild but it helps with the stimulation of the production of some important antiviral proteins produced by our cells like interferon and interleukin.[caution is recommended in patients with HIV]

St John’s Wort – a herbal anti-depressant, it is also effective as a anti-viral and anti-bacterial agent and has shown a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity.

Licorice root – This herb also shows antimicrobial activity and can directly inhibit the growth of several viruses eg: vaccinia, herpes simplex and vesicular stomatitis etc.

There are other herbs around but they have shown limited antimicrobial activity.

Using probiotics [these are a helpful bacteria] you can help balance the candida in your body.

Examples of probiotics:
Lactobacilli – normally present in the mouth, intestinal tract and vagina. this bacteria produces lactic acid and can prevent vaginitis by inhibiting the growth of yeast.

Acidophilus – This term is used to describe a numerous amount of bacteria which help with our digestion. This bacteria has many health benefits and found naturally throughout our bodies, man has learned how to duplicate this bacteria artificially and many of our foods have this as a additive.

Bifidobacteria – a natural bacterial flora found in the human body, they promote good digestion, help boost the immune system, and help produce lactic and acetic acid. This bacteria also inhibits the growth of Candida.

Please remember to visit your local health store for these probiotics.

By improving your diet you will continue keeping the candida at bay, so up your intake of the following:

fresh vegetables
foods high in protein
live yogurt cultures
and grains such as rice, millet and bran

Avoid the following:

glutinous grains
and foods that contain yeast such as breads, baked goods, cheese and muffins.

Remember this is a diet to control candida and not a weight loss program.

Candice is a full time author and loves to write about her interests. These include a variety of diets, be it for weight loss or for the benefit of ones health she puts pen to paper. She also loves shopping, bowling, beading, dabbles in the forex market and enjoys internet marketing. You can visit her at Tan Leather Handbag to find the perfect leather handbag you have always wanted.

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Posted by Herbs For Me - November 22, 2011 at 11:31 pm

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Diet Supplements – Pills Versus Herbs

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by Ken Lund

Diet supplement is a billion-dollar business and they are great if taken what is needed. Many often treat them as a cure all and this is where the problem starts. More pills are popped in without knowing how the body will react to it. As a result some suffers from diarrhoea or constipation. In fact many foods offer a variety of vitamins that we need everyday to sustain life. They are natural and safe and from Mother Nature but we prefer the quick fix the supplements that offer A-Z vitamins.

Ying and Yang must be balanced in our diet. Supplements often isolate only one compound and it is the Ying aspect. Pills tend to be heaty and we need to take in lots of water. It is a best practice to stop taking supplement if it does not work on you otherwise the liver is going to work extra hard to process it.

One supplement, Chlorella, a blue green algae taken as a capsule does a great job of providing nutrients and cleaning out impurities in our body such as heavy metals and other toxins. It is highly recommended. But remember supplements are only meant to supplement our daily diet and not to replace intake of food. If one is having a surgery it is advisable to avoid taking supplements.

Herbs or medicine traditionally used in Asia to treat the sick has been around for many thousand years. Many royal and noble families had been cured by these methods in the old days. In modern days some still think only pills or western drugs can heal. Ironically, the western doctors are now learning more about herbs in their training or apprenticeship. Now you have new Medical courses incorporating Chinese medicine in some Prestigious Universities. I strongly believe a breakthrough will come to pass in the areas of Nutrition and Diet.

Herbs as the Chinese practised are to treat the symptoms by understanding how our bodies behaved metabolically. In other words our body system has to be balanced.
This means a certain deficiency in vitamins or nutrient will result in fever for example. The objective is to kill the root of the problem without affecting other internal organs of the body.

Herbs when properly prescribed are safe and effective. To raise the standard and the safety of TCM specialists, the Sinseh or Chinese doctors have to be registered and certified in China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The goal of the Chinese Herbal Medicine is to find the right prescription to treat our body in balance. You can say it customises to keep our Ying and Yang in check.
Lately there are concerns over the drug scandals in China but make sure that the herbs are free from lead, mercury and other undesirable chemicals. Check with the relevant Food Authority before the purchase.

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EngSay is a keen enthusiast in Health and Fitness. Having seen many friends falling sick despite physically-abled has driven me to start a website and a blog to create awareness on weight loss, diabetes. slimming, skincare and general health problems.
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Posted by Herbs For Me - November 15, 2011 at 9:59 pm

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Tea and Diet Herbs to Avoid

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We have the common notion that tea and so called “diet” herbs are an easy solution for easy weight loss. Tea and others like it are put on a pedestal, hailed as miracle herbs, quick weight loss drinks and other names conjectured by man and woman afflicted with a heavy body mass.

Don’t get me wrong. Tea is said to have three specific functions: it has antioxidants which cleanses fatty substances the body doesn’t need, protects the cells of the body (especially the healthy ones) and destroys free radicals (which are created when the oxygen produces by-products that becomes reactive and absorbs electrons from other cells which may result in tissue damage, cancer, cataracts, a weak immune system and heart damage).

So, tea is beneficial. Which is … good, right? So tea and herbs should be the best solution for weight loss.

Yes and no.

Yes, if you know what safe tea to take.

Green tea is the most commonly known tea. It is a natural stimulant with vitamin C and flavonoids (which are also antioxidants). The herb cayenne accelerates the metabolism safely, stimulates digestion, and detoxifies. (This is a bit spicy though, so be forewarned.) These are just some safe herbs you can take.

No because, as with weight loss, certain precautions must be made. There are some substances that you have to avoid, as the FDA has linked these to possible causes of symptoms which if unchecked, may ultimately lead to death. So as much as possible, do not use the following:

- Herbal fen-phen. Why this is still continued is still unknown as clinical trials don’t even prove that they’re working. Medical experts say that misuse of this product may trigger heart palpitations and other heart abnormalities which may cause severe heart attacks, strokes and death.
- Ephedra.

This raises high blood pressure, overstimulates the central nervous system (with a possible lasting negative effect on the brain), and increases heart rate. As of press time, it is reported to have caused 2 deaths already. If you see ma huang as an ingredient in a dietary pill, beware: this is the same as ephedra, and the manufacturers only used its Chinese name.
- Herbal laxatives. Most commonly sold as a diet tea. It can cause diarrhea, and extreme cramping. Overuse or misuse of the product may cause your digestive tract to solely rely on the laxative for bowel movement – which only means that your bowels do not function automatically to eliminate waste.

So if you are thinking about losing weight, then take heart. Don’t experiment on stuff that claim to make you healthy and slim in three days. Sure, it might make you slim – but it might make you dead too. Find out what the safest teas are and work with them, if you value your health and your life.

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Cleanse the liver with diet recipes that include sauteed beets or a cleansing soup made of water, lemon, ginger, cilantro, kelp flakes and cayenne pepper. Support the liver and other organs with healthy recipes using information from a wellness educator and herbal medicine specialist in this free video on alternative medicine.

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Posted by Herbs For Me - November 11, 2011 at 5:59 pm

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What foods, diet, herbs, etc. can I do to reduce my acne.?

by J.G. in S.F.

Question by M.Aled: What foods, diet, herbs, etc. can I do to reduce my acne.?
I don’t have a severe acne problem. Every few weeks I will get 3 or 4 on pimple on my face. there are always some red spots and little acne. I also have blackheads constantly… So what foods, herbs, and anything can reduce acne. Thanks.

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Answer by pelican
Unfortunately foods and herbs will not help reduce your acne. You need to talk to your doctor about prescription medication. You probably need antibiotics and other medications. Here is some information about acne.

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Posted by Herbs For Me - October 30, 2011 at 7:00 am

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can a diet of spices or herbs reduce a big belly?

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Question by light17: can a diet of spices or herbs reduce a big belly?
Is there any diet of herbs or spices that can reduce the stubborn fat on my stmach that refuses to reduce even after dieting and excecise?
my problem is, I’m quite slime already and can only afford to lose from five to seven pounds. I’ve always had a big belly despite being underweight somtimes. so I really need help.

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Answer by Reality Man
Here’s the simple (but difficult) way. Avoid fatty foods (read the labels, anything with “total fat calories” of over 30% don’t eat. No butter, no cheese, no mayonnaise, no gravy.

Stop eating sugar — including ALL soft drinks. Reduce your salt intake drastically. And as if this isn’t a big enough DUHH! Stop drinking beer.

Do some sit-ups minimum, but really you should work out 3x a week.

Watch the pounds come off.

Good luck with it.

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Posted by Herbs For Me - October 26, 2011 at 3:00 am

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Hair Loss In Singapore ? Diet for Hair Care

Hair Loss In Singapore ? Diet for Hair Care

Any one facing thinning hair or perhaps a hair loss crisis should be aware that vitamins plus natural supplements are best for checking hair loss and enhancing fresh, healthy hair growth.

A well-balanced, nutritious diet plays a vital role in treating hair loss in Singapore and around the world. A nutritious diet, rich in calcium, iron and silica will help lessen or stop hair loss. Green, leafy vegetables are excellent mineral sources.

Raw oats are endowed with silica. Cherry juice and dried fruits are rich in iron. For women, hair loss or possibly thinning hair can be an indication of a gastrointestinal tract problem or a sign of inadequate stomach acids.

It could also indicate insufficient intake of zinc, protein and other nutrients. It will help to take 2 acidophilus tablets between or after meals (4-6 tablets a day) for a couple of months. For men, hair loss definitely can be checked by opting for low-fat diet. Anaemia is another factor contributing to hair loss.


Consume ample amounts of foods rich in iron such as liver (avoid it if you are expecting) meat, green leafy vegetables, whole grain cereals, dates, raisins and eggs. To promote hair growth, follow a protein rich diet that includes brewer’s yeast, calves liver, wheat germ, and 2tbsp of granulated lecithin.

Soy protein fortifies hair and improves its growth. Soymilk and tofu are good soy protein sources. Other protein rich sources are eggs, low-fat cheese, fish, brewer’s yeast, beans, and yogurt.

Silica is another essential hair nutrient. Organic silica enriched shampoo helps prevent baldness, promotes healthy hair growth and enhances its shine, lustre and strength. Silica is present in potato skins, red and green peppers, cucumbers and bean sprouts.

Vitamin C helps in good iron absorption. A healthy serving of vegetables and fruits should be included in your diet. Vitamin E is vital for strong hair growth. Eat nuts, seeds, avocados, and olive oil regularly. If thyroid dysfunction is a cause of hair loss, consume adequate amounts of foods containing iodine and vitamin A like spinach and carrots.

Have turnips, mustard, cabbage, soybeans, pine nuts, millet and peanuts if you have an iodine deficiency. A balanced, wholesome diet goes a long way in dealing with hair loss in Singapore.

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Posted by Herbs For Me - September 7, 2011 at 5:00 am

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Pre Menstrual Syndrome 117 – Pre Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Diet – Kelp

Pre Menstrual Syndrome 117 – Pre Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Diet – Kelp

Premenstrual syndrome is defined as faulty function of the ovaries related to the women’s menstrual cycle, it effects a women’s physical and emotional state, and sometimes interferes with daily activities as a result of hormone fluctuation. The syndrome occurs one to two weeks before menstruation and then declines when the period starts.Many women with PMS have been seeking help from conventional doctors, herbalist and other specialists with some success. In fact no matter how good the medication are, how effective the herbs are, how good the self help program is, etc. without changing or adding foods which contain high amount of antioxidant, vitamins, minerals and nutrients, re occurrence of the symptoms is as high as 100%. The series of premenstrual syndrome and diet has been used by many women with PMS with high successful rate. Some of them saw their syndrome disappear after 6 months of continuing diets and some saw dramatic improvement of their symptoms. I remember some years ago, one of the Chinese herbalist told me ” eat to diseases, eat to prevent, eat to cure or eat to die “, your body is yours, it is up to you to take care it or damage it.In this article, we will discuss what exhibits stress to cause PMS.

I. Definition
Kelp are seaweed plants belongs to the family Laminariales and exist only on the clean water coast line. It contains many nutrients and has been used as foods for thousand of years for people living in the coast line.

II. How kelp effects women with PMS
1. Vitamins
Kelp contains many vitamins including Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B12, C, E and K which are necessary for the body need for over all health as we mentioned in previous article. Remember, for what ever reason, women with PMS are found have above vitamins deficiency.

2. Iodine
a) Thyroid function
Iodine is vital to maintain normal function of thyroid gland. Deficiency of iodine increasing the risk of hyperthyroidism resulting in hormone imbalance causing fatigue, tiredness and depression and uncontrolled weight loss.
b) Immune system
It besides increase the immune system in protect our body against the forming the free radical and prevent irregular cell growth, it also stimulate the immune response against infeaction and inflammation.
c) Nervous system
It also helps to inhibit the estrogen response through up-regulating proteins involved in estrogen metabolism thereby, maintaining the right levels of estrogen and progesterone and lessening the risk of symptoms of PMS caused by hormone imbalance

3. Alkaili
Alkaili is important in helping our body to neutreulize the levels of acid because most of our diet today contains high amount of acid-genic foods including meat and eggs which causes acids accumulated in the blood resulting in nervous tension such as fatigue, anorexia, insomnia, headache and uncontrolled joint pain.

4. Chlorella
Besides helping to clean the plague in the arterial wall and making the arterial wall more elastic, chlorella helps to improve liver function in carbohydrate and fat and protein metabolism resulting in lessening the risk of hormone imbalance and insulin fluctuation for some women with premenstrual syndrome.

5. Trace minerals
Kelp contain high amount of trace minerals, such as
a) Iron
It is vital for reproduction of red blood cells and increasing the absorption of oxygen and prevent anaemia.
b) Magnesium and calcium
They are need to protect against bone loss, maintain a healthy heart and liver metabolism.
c) Potassium
It helps to regulate the levels of sodium and increase lymphatic function in fluid regulation.

I hope this information will help. If you need more information or insurance advices, please follow my article series of the above subject at my home page at:
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“Let Take Care Your Health, Your Health Will Take Care You” Kyle J. Norton
I have been studying natural remedies for disease prevention for over 20 years and working as a financial consultant since 1990. Master degree in Mathematics, teaching and tutoring math at colleges and universities before joining insurance industries. Part time Health and entertainment Article Writer.

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Posted by Herbs For Me - May 23, 2011 at 12:29 pm

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