Nutrition plays an important role in our daily lives and well-being, despite the fact that it is considered a given process. Our psychology depends on our diet, the overall picture of our health and even the condition of our skin.
The consumption of various herbs, whether for therapeutic or preventive purposes, must always be done properly and in moderation. The analysis of the correct dosage for children, adults and pregnant women will follow in an article on the proper use of herbs. But proper consumption is not limited to that. There are some basic principles that must be followed in order not to lead to overdoses and especially complications.
Cellulite is a condition that is of particular concern to women. The factors that cause cellulite are many and usually do not depend on our diet or exercise. Certainly a healthy diet, water intake and regular exercise significantly improve the appearance, but many times this is not enough. Estrogen plays an important role in the formation of cellulite, and consequently the regulation of hormones.
There are many types of acne and factors that play an important role in its appearance and treatment. Herbs offer natural solutions without the side effects of medicines. Before referring to the herbs for acne, let’s see what types of acne we encounter and what the causes are:
Kombucha is a sweet and sour fizzy drink, which is made from tea and is the new trend in superfoods! It is the result of fermentation of a yeast in a solution of water with black tea (or green) and sugar, while it has been consumed in China for 2,000 years and in the course of time its consumption has expanded to neighboring Russia and Japan. Its consumption became known in the Western world around 1900.