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18
August
2017
What are the best foods you are not eating?
SD Nutritional Advice
SD Nutritional Advice

Salmon, berries, broccoli, almonds, and kale have big nutritional values but you should not forget about the best following foods which are also fundamentally important on taking you healthy lifestyle to a different level:

 1. Cauliflower

2. Sardines

3. Tempeh

4. Beets

5. Artichokes

6. Kefir

7. Prunes (Dried Plums)

8. Lentils

9. Seaweed

17
August
2017
ALKALINE DIET: DOES IT WORK?
SD Professional Opinion
SD Professional Opinion

SD Opinion on “Alkaline Diet Plan Review: Does It Work?” on webmd.com.

The Alkaline diet became popular back when Victoria Beckham tweeted about the alkaline cookbook in January 2013 claiming that this diet can help you lose weight and avoid major health problems by avoiding dairy, eggs, meat, most grains, and processed foods, like canned and packaged snacks, convenience foods, all the while consuming more fruits and vegetables soybeans, tofu, some nuts, seeds, and legumes.

We haven’t acquired enough evidence based on randomized control study to support that the alkaline diet helps your body to maintain its blood pH level, however, the foods you're supposed to eat on the alkaline diet are better and will help support a healthy life style. Lots of fruits,vegetables, plenty of water; avoiding sugar, alcohol, and processed foods is a wise weight-loss advice.

18
June
2017
Hair Restoration Facts
Facts
Facts
  • Hereditary hair loss is a medical condition that affects about 80 million American women and men.
  • A man has a 50% chance of experiencing hair loss by his 50th birthday. This hereditary condition, clinically termed androgenetic alopecia, is characterized by a receding hairline as well as a loss of hair on top of the scalp.
  • There was a rise in people seeking treatment for hair loss in 2012, according to statistics released from a member survey conducted by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS)
  • In 2012, approximately 971,460 (285,425 surgical patients and 686,035 non-surgical patients) underwent hair restoration, a 5% increase from 2010, according to statistics released from a member survey conducted by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).
  • From 2010 to 2012, hair restoration procedures performed on the eyebrow and face (moustache/beard) increased 13.1%