Friday, January 4, 2019

Eating Healthy Garbage


If the title of this blog posts conjures up images of someone eating from a trash can, you aren’t far from wrong. I have discovered a new way to recycle food by making a healthy broth from the pieces and parts we would throw away. I now freeze small bags of...well... garbage to use to make healthy meals.

We throw away the outer green layer of an onion because it is a little rubbery, but I toss it in a freezer bag. After harvesting herbs I take the leftover bare branches and twigs and add them to the freezer bag. The same goes for eggshells, parts of celery I discard, bones, etc. They all get tucked away in my freezer until I have enough to make a tasty broth.

When I am ready for some more, I just grab a bag of discarded food from the freezer, toss in a little seasoning, and add some water. After cooking in a crockpot in low for about 20 hours, I strain out the broth and throw the garbage away. The broth is so healthy with all its nutrients and is wonderful in soups and rice dishes. This broth is perfect for penny-pinchers and people who don’t like to waste anything as well as those who like healthy home-cooked dishes. So save your garbage to eat later. You’ll be glad you did!

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Monday, March 26, 2018

Cute New Accessory from Brighton--Fashion Passport Umbrella


The newest accessory from Brighton Jewelry is this Fashion Passport Umbrella with its colorful, bold print of women dressed in their "bon voyage" travel fashion finery.

The whimsical umbrella is available for a limited time as a free gift with purchase!

If you enjoy travel or simply love bold prints and red trim, head in to Brighton Jewelry to check it out for yourself!

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Monday, March 19, 2018

National Fragrance Day Coming Up March 21


Most of us have had that experience of a fragrance triggering a long-forgotten memory. I remember after my mother Died catching a whiff of someone's Channel Number Nine as they passed by and immediately having several flashbacks of her wearing the same perfume.

Around the turn of the century, I worked for a year in the Macy's Fragrance Department. I was hesitant at first because I had allergies at the time and some were triggered by perfumes, but working in the fragrance department cured me of my perfume allergies.

Of course, today money-making alarmist groups like the Environmental Working Group are working overtime to solicit your funds, scaring you by finding toxins in everything, including your favorite perfumes. The truth is the levels of perfume chemicals are regulated in products and is not likely to cause you harm unless you are allergic, like I was, or have a condition like asthma.
My Golden Pothos and a few favorite fragrances

However, that's not to say you want to spray your favorite perfume while you light your favorite scented candles and spray your favorite air freshener at the same time inside the same small, closed room. You can have too much of good thing, and fragrances should be treated with respect. It's best to use fragrances and scented products of any kind in rooms that can be aired out, or in rooms with live houseplants. In fact, I share my computer space with a Golden Pothos. See Is there a danger from scented products?

So enjoy your favorite fragrances on National Fragrance Day. Just be sure you share the room with your favorite house plant!

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Skin, Health & Beauty Japan on Facebook



A brand-new page has launched on Facebook to help Japanese men and women have healthier skin and creamier complexions and to introduce them to the best skincare products in the U.S. for Japanese skin.

Skin, Health & Beauty Japan will feature health tips as well as skincare and beauty tips that will be useful to anyone but will focus on Japanese skin.

Japanese women, like other Asians. have a thinner outer layer of the skin which is more susceptible to scarring and dryness because the weaker lipid barrier causes moisture to evaporate easily. Some of our tips will address the specific concerns of Japanese skin.

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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Get Great Skin & Longer Lashes for 20% Off


My own lashes on Lash Boost
Right now there is a special at RF Dermatologists.  Save 20% on their special offer of Lash Boost™ plus the regimen of your choice. That means you can treat sensitive skin, or adult acne, or age spots, or lines and wrinkles with their effective, dermatologist-created skincare regimens and get longer, thicker, fuller-looking lashes, too!

I have personally used the Soothe Regimen which got rid of my rosacea, the Reverse Regimen which obliterated my brown spots, the Sulfur Wash and toner from the Unblemish Regimen which worked fine on my sensitive skin and am now a daily user of the Redefine Regimen which has made my skin firmer with fewer lines and wrinkles.

When I started using Lash Boost last year I had alopecia on one eyelid which my local dermatologist said she couldn't treat, even with the prescription drug, Latisse. Now thanks to Lash Boost I have my lashes back and they are longer, thicker and fuller looking... and I didn't have to pay for a trip to the dermatologist or a prescription!


Please ask me about these great products! I would be happy to tell you how to save an extra 10% - 25% above the 20% off the company offers on this special deal! These are products for healthy skin and are great for both men and women. Ask me about them today! Contact me below for more info on healthier skin.

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Sunday, February 4, 2018

States with the Best & Worst Dental Health-- How Does TN Rank?

Tooth abscess

With February being National Children’s Dental Health Month and dental health having an effect on appearance, general well-being and even earnings, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018's States with the Best & Worst Dental Health.

In order to determine which places have the healthiest teeth and gums in the U.S., WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 25 key metrics. The data set ranges from share of adolescents who visited a dentist in the past year to dental treatment costs to share of adults with low life satisfaction due to oral condition.
Source: WalletHub


States with the Best Dental HealthStates with the Worst Dental Health
1Minnesota42Texas
2Wisconsin43South Carolina
3Connecticut44Florida
4Illinois45California
5North Dakota46Louisiana
6District of Columbia47Montana
7Michigan48West Virginia
8Massachusetts49Alabama
9South Dakota50Arkansas
10Idaho51Mississippi

Tennessee's Score

So, how does Tennessee compare to the other 50 states in terms of healthy teeth? The great State of TN came in at a disappointing #38 due to poor dental habits and tooth care as well as oral health risk. Another factor contributing to Tennessee's dental woes and under-performing ranking is Tenn. has the fewest dentists per residents with only 16 dentists per 100,000 Tennesseans.
Overall Rank
(1=Best)
State
Total Score
‘Dental Habits & Care’ Rank
‘Oral Health’ Rank
38Tennessee47.844039

Best vs. Worst
  • Rhode Island has the lowest share of the population who couldn’t afford more dental visits due to costs, 37 percent, which is two times lower than in Georgia, the highest at 74 percent.
     
  • Massachusetts has the most dentists per 100,000 residents, 48, which is three times more than in Tennessee, the fewest at 16.
     
  • The District of Columbia has the highest share of the population who receive fluoridated water, 100 percent, which is 8.5 times higher than in Hawaii, the lowest at 11.70 percent.
     
  • Minnesota, Hawaii and Illinois have the lowest share of adults with poor or fair oral condition, 22 percent, which is 1.8 times lower than in Montana, the highest at 40 percent.
     
  • Hawaii has the lowest share of adults aged 65 and older with no natural teeth, 5.6 percent, which is 5.4 times lower than in West Virginia, the highest at 30.4 percent. 

To view the full report and your state or the District’s rank, please visit:
https://wallethub.com/edu/states-with-best-worst-dental-health/31498/    

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Are Essential Oils Safe?


We hear a lot of hype today about natural products like essential oils as well as related products like herbal supplements and all-natural beauty products, but are these products all they are cracked up to be. More importantly, are essential oils and other so-called all-natural products safe?

It is so important to realize that all-natural products are NOT by definition safe and can be harmful to your health. For instance, poison ivy is all natural. So is rattlesnake venom.

It is equally important to understand that the all-natural industry is a huge, money-making industry with its own big spin machine as well as mom and pop websites and Facebook pages all too happy to regurgitate the latest spin without any scientific fact checking

When asked if products labeled :natural" or "organic" are by default safe,  the FDA states that not all natural products are safe and that all ingredients--both natural and clinical--must meet the same safety requirements.


One of the worst problems produced by the all-natural industry is its hype against medicine and the fact some people delay going to a doctor because they are trying to treat a condition "naturally." My own mother delayed going to her doctor while she rubbed oils on a small lesion on her leg for months. By the time she went to the doctor, the melanoma had spread to her lymph nodes. She died a few years later after many painfully invasive surgeries.

So do your due diligence when looking at essential oils, herbal supplements and other all-natural products. Understand you are looking at a big, money-making industry. The people producing these oils often don't have clinical trials, science or facts behind them, and the people selling them have little to no training and just want to make some extra money.

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Severe Winter Weather Preparation for Home Propane Users



As the Southeast prepares for more cold winter temperatures, Blossman Gas shares some important propane safety tips

How to Prepare Your Home for Severe Winter Weather
·         Schedule your tank and appliances for a maintenance check by your propane provider
·         Be sure there is an adequate supply of fuel in the tank. Federal regulations do not allow propane providers to fill your tank more than 80%. Your optimal tank level is between 25% and 80%. If your level is below 20%, please contact your service provider for a fill.
·         Keep the area around your propane tank and any vents, chimneys, flues free from ice and snow.
·         Be sure your propane generator is well-maintained, stored outdoors away from open windows and doors, and there is adequate supply of fuel in the tank; and be sure to use high-quality extension cords designed for outside use to connect your propane generator to your home.
·         NEVER store propane tank indoors.
·         Notify your propane provider immediately if you run out of propane as a qualified technician must check for leaks before turning the gas back on.

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About Blossman Gas: Propane is a naturally safe, clean energy source that is used in millions of homes. Blossman Gas & Appliance has been providing comfort to families throughout the Southeast for more than 60 years. Blossman is a full-service company that provides everything from propane delivery to appliance sales, installation and service. For more information, call 1.888.Blossman or visit www.blossmangas.com.

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