Monthly Archives: January 2011

Liver Spots

Using a natural regime of skin care should apply to the whole body and not just their face. Regular use of a clay mask to nourish the skin and remove impurities, cleanse your skin, tone, and last but not least, moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. Not use commercially available soaps unless absolutely necessary? these soaps remove the protective acid mantle and dry skin. Instead, use an exfoliant followed by a cleaning product to clean and leave skin soft, full of energy and its protective acid mantle of touch. Follow this by using a toner cartridge. Toners close open pores to prevent moisture loss, resulting in firmer skin. The last step is to use a moisturizer. Moisturisers help to hydrate the skin, prevent moisture loss and provide food and nutrients to the skin for use in carrying out its many functions.

The liver spots "or" age spots "Aging skin often develops unsightly blemishes, commonly called liver spots, can appear on the face, neck and back of hands. They are caused by the sun and the accumulation of lipofuscin (pigments and / or wastes) which is derived from free radical damage to skin cells. Liver spots, also known as lentigo or lentigines, are clearly defined, rounded, brown or black, flat sheets of skin. The epidermis (top layer) is expanding with more pigment, developing what looks like a large moon. They may appear as a single point or in groups.

Remember that your skin is an organ of elimination and, therefore, eliminates toxins from your body? One reason for liver spots is that the elimination organs (kidneys, liver and intestines) are not working as well as it should and therefore the skin 'takes over'. The elimination of these impurities can be achieved by the procedure described above skin care. In addition, when showering, use a loofah or other type of skin brush on the skin of his body. This not only remove dead skin cells, but promote the circulation of blood to the skin, which in turn gives the skin nutrients carried in the blood. Green tea is a great anti-oxidant and should be consumed regularly. Green leafy vegetables, fish such as salmon and tuna, nuts and fruits contain essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to nourish their bodies and help them perform their vital functions properly. It is very important that not only have a good system of skin care, but also must have a good health system, which includes a good diet, 8 -10 glasses of water a day and a regular exercise program. This is very important and can not be underestimated in its positive results in maintaining that look and feel younger longer.

Prometheus Is Chained

Aeschylus was a renowned novelist who collected stories of the peoples of ancient Greece, he heard a mythological legend and wrote the “Prometheus Bound”, back in 500 BC, then relates how this sturdy character, very popular in his hometown irreverent Gods Olympus, and for stealing light to his people, the Cave of the Gods is punished by Zeus and taken to the Caucasus, tied to an icy rock and exposed to the weather …for an eagle every morning you open a hole in the abdomen, and eat slowly Liver their beaks! , A task that the animal met fierce pleasure, in the midst of wrenching screams of his victim, at night the self-regenerating liver and the next morning was again devoured by the beast, punishment included the ritual is fulfilled daily forever … until one afternoon passed by the place … Hercules (Heracles) who of an accurate shot down arrow the beast! the burly Prometheus, and healed their wounds healed, he returned to his people and was greeted as a hero … have spent 2500 years and this reglao of Greek mythology is a striking analogy with the current health situation of patients with liver cirrhosis, since we live in an apostasy to God, we battleground and separated from him, we are disrespectful of the Eagle mythological God has been replaced today by the retrovirus family Flaviridae with different genotypes and subtypes, but with the same ferocity of the mythical beast and she iguel daily eat the liver micro-peck of patients infected with hepatitis virus B, C, D, E and F.