Tag: skin health

Do Collagen Supplements Work for Wrinkles and Younger Skin? | Lab Muffin Beauty Science

Hi I’m Michelle from Lab Muffin Beauty Science! Today we’re going to be talking about collagen supplements. If you’re into beauty and skin care you may have seen collagen supplements around. And you’ll have seen claims like how taking collagen will smooth wrinkles, boost firmness and make your skin more elastic. But do they really…


Natural Treatment for Acne and Fungal Infections

[Music] which plant should we give for which skin disease there have been thousands of studies published to date about the health effects of green tea but it wasn’t until fairly recently the researchers have begun to look at the possibility of using green tea for the prevention and treatment of infections patents have been…


Amla vs. Diabetes

“Amla vs. Diabetes” Dripping plant extracts on cancer cells in a test tube is a far cry from testing whole foods on whole people. Another amla study published recently, though, tried Indian gooseberries on patients with diabetes. A normal fasting blood sugar is considered under 100. Between 100 and 125 is called pre-diabetes, and over…


The Best Way to Get Vitamin D: Sun, Supplements, or Salons?

if one is going to make an evolutionary argument for what a natural vitamin D level might be how about getting vitamin D in the way nature intended son instead of supplements let’s run through the pros and cons though supplements may only cost them about 10 bucks a year sunlight is free you never…


Preventing Wrinkles with Diet

“Preventing Wrinkles with Diet” Eating healthier can produce healthier skin. But people don’t care about microscopic changes. What about overt, visible-to- the-naked-eye changes? The extent of facial wrinkles in the crow’s foot area was determined by observation, using the Daniell scale, in 716 women. This is the scoring system they’re talking about; it’s a scale…


Saving Lives By Treating Acne With Diet

“Saving Lives By Treating Acne With Diet” Acne is an epidemic skin disease of industrialized countries, reaching prevalence rates of over 85% of teenagers. In the US, acne nowadays persists even after adolescence into the third decade of life in nearly half of men and women. But it’s considered a disease of Western civilization, meaning…