Grapefruit and Kiwi Month on May, 2019: can grapefruit, kiwi, mango n papaya extract in cosmetic products cause harm to our face skin?
May, 2019 is Grapefruit and Kiwi Month 2019. Latest topics started by: crazyda79 Grapefruit and Kiwi Month
While working in the hospital, I knew a nurse who became sensitized to latex gloves. She hated to put them on, because in just a few minutes, her skin would become red and sore, with a rash. After a while, she had to change jobs to administrative work, to protect her hands from the latex allergy.
Months later, she was brought to the emergency room in anaphalactic shock brought on by allergic reaction to mangos. The allergist who treated her told her that latex allergy is becoming more prevalent, and that mangos and avocados will sometimes cause a reaction in a latex sensitive person.
The question is, exactly what extracts of these fruits are in this cosmetic? If it is an extract, alcohol was used to dissolve the active ingredient out of the fruit. By definition, and extract is dissolved in alcohol. Can your face use the drying effects of alcohol?
7 month old bearded dragon only 7" long from head to tail?
That is small for a 7 month old but you need to remember that if he came from small parents he will be small too and you won't know that unless you trust the breeder to show you the breeding pair. Now you said he eats fine, What is he eating? Do you give him the daily fresh salad of greens and veggies and all the protein he can eat a couple of times a day? When did you last change your UVB light? They are not effective after 6 months. These are just a few things that come to mind. I am posting my food list and maybe you can find some things there that will interest him.
Bell Peppers, red & green
Bell Peppers, yellow
Zucchini, raw & peeled
Pear, not asian
basil – leaves & flowers
Chinese lantern – flowers
Carnations – petals
Ficus – leaves
Geranium – flowers & leaves
Grape – leaves & fruit
Hens & chickens
Pansies – flowers
Rosemary – leaves & flowers
Spider plant – leaves, sap may irritate
Split leaf philodendron – leaves
Thyme – leaves & flowers
Yucca – flowers
Wandering Jew – leaves, sap may irritate
Green peas raw
Rice, brown, long grain
I want to lose about 5 pounds in 1 month.?
There is nothing embarrassing about telling your parents that you want to eat healthier, they would probably be thrilled! Eat lots of veg! Ditch the WHITE rice and the MARGARINE!!! Those are two things that are sooo bad for you. What are you eating at school?!? You need to be eating every 2-3 hours to keep your metabolism working.
You won't need to go on a full out diet especially at your age but try to make wiser choices eat more! Hard to believe for some but if you aren't eating a minimum of 1200 healthy foods your body goes into STARVATION mode and you gain weight not lose!
"Clean Eating" - eating healthy is the only way to loose weight and keep it off! Exercise, eat clean and you'll feel great and look amazing!
Start "Clean Eating", personally I find this to be the best plan since it's just eating "real" foods! I've been following Tosca's Cooler Plan and have seen great results with that, this might work for you too!
Read Tosca Reno's Clean Eating Recharged book. Here are "The Eat-Clean Principles" from page 21 of her "Recharged" book.
What To Do
-Eat More - eat six small meals each day.
-Eat Breakfast every day, within an hour of rising.
-Eat a combination lean protein and complex carbohydrates at each meal.
-Eat sufficient (two or three servings) healthy fats every day.
-Drink two or three liters of water each day.
-Carry a cooler packed with Clean foods each day.
-Depend on fresh fruits and vegetables for fiber, vitamins, nutrients and enzymes.
-Adhere to proper portion sizes.
What To Avoid
-Avoid all over-processed foods, particularly while flour and sugar.
-Avoid chemically charged foods.
-Avoid foods containing preservatives.
-Avoid artificial sweeteners.
-Avoid artificial foods (such as processed cheese slices).
-Avoid saturated and trans fats.
-Avoid sugar-loaded beverages, including colas and juices.
-Avoid (or do you best to limit) alcohol intake.
-Avoid all calorie-dense foods containing little or no nutritional value. I call these anti-foods.
-Avoid super-sizing your meals.
Additionally, healthy foods include:
Beans of all kinds
Canned salmon, packed in water
Canned tuna, packed in water
Fat-free plain yogurt
Fresh fish (cod, salmon, tilapia, etc.)
Lean ground turkey
Low-fat cottage cheese
Natural nut butters (almond, cashew, peanut, etc)
Unsalted raw nuts and seeds
Starchy Complex Carbs -
Cream of wheat
Beans (kidney, navy, pinto, soy)
Carbs from Fruits and Vegetables-
Dried fruits (in moderation)
Healthy Fats -
Note:this is not an exhaustive list
Follow the above and you'll see great results! :)