Saturday, March 30, 2013

Barefoot Sandals

  Barefoot Sandals   Do you know what they are?   

  Simply, as the name states, sandals with no soles.  

Are an anklet that extends over the instep decorating it and end in a ring on the second toe. They usually have 2 loops decorated and look like an infinity symbol.  

Can be used by girls of all ages; You can find them in sizes:  
Babies, Toddlers, Children, and Women 

Now... where can be used?  

 These are some very popular uses:

Babies and toddlers: Barefoot sandals are great for all occasions. 
This is the perfect gift for a new baby or the perfect addition to any princess' wardrobe.
 Great baby shower gift for the baby who has everything. 
Can be worn for a wedding, birthday, family gathering, baptism, 
a photo shoot, or just to be Stylish at home. 

Children and pre teens: These sandals are perfect for beach soft surfaces, 
like sand and grass. Can be worn at the beach, pool birthday party, 
or a party in the park.
Barefoot sandals are very versatile and can go with plenty outfits. 
Can be combined with any type of clothes.  

                                                                                                                            Barefoot Girl Sandals

Barefoot sandals are used in Beach weddings, for the bride and bridesmaids.  
You can use them at the pool, in a pool party.
While on a cruise or in a boat.    
Take them to outdoor parties and festivals at the park.   
Use them at work under your shoes or boring flip flops. 
A decorative pair of barefoot sandals can be worn under a pair of flats or heels for a stylish look all year long.

Friday, March 22, 2013

The Health and Beauty Benefits of Antioxidants

We've all heard about Antioxidants, 
but do you really know what the benefits of antioxidants are?

 Antioxidants have gotten great press, and rightfully so. But how do they work once inside our bodies, and what are some sources of antioxidants? Have you ever seen the bottom-feeder fish in a fish-tank, sucking up all the gunk and grime? Think of antioxidants as molecular-sized, “free radical scavengers” in the fish-tank of your body. Once an antioxidant finds its way into the body, mostly through the foods we eat, it slows down, or even prevents, the oxidation of other molecules. When molecules in the body oxidize, they can create free-radicals, or cellular byproducts. It is very normal to have these free-radicals in the body, but in excess, they can wreak havoc on our cellular structures.

What Are Free Radicals? 

Free radicals create a destructive process in our cells, causing the molecules within the cells to become unstable. They may even be a big player in the formation of cancerous cells by a “chain-reaction” effect, causing other cells to become damaged. Because of the inherent instability of free-radicals, they try to attack other healthy cells to get stable themselves. This causes the once-healthy cells to react in the same way, attacking others in an never-ending attempt for cellular stability.
   Free-radicals are bullies that start pushing everybody around, and encourage nice cells to become bullies as well. Just like most conflicts, the results are “free radical waste products” made up of our broken, injured and deformed cells. If our cells are weak, it is natural that our organs, tissues and skin of the body will likewise become weakened.

As you can imagine, oxidative damage plays a huge role in many of our modern-day diseases, such as muscle and tissue degeneration, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, as well as many other health problems. You are exposed to free radicals as a normal bi-product of regular bodily processes, like breaking down the food we eat, taking toxic medicines, as well as through exposure to pollutants. In addition, over-exposure to the sun (sunburn) and smoking can also increase your body’s need to oxidize and create free-radicals. Antioxidants stop this cellular chain reaction of oxidation by neutralizing the free radicals.

Scattered Radical Particles (SRPs)
SRPs are atoms or molecules that have one or many electrons, none paired in its external orbit. In other words, these are atoms and molecules that have "lost" one or many electrons from its original structure, by effects of either internal or external factors of the body. These are capable of existing independently and are produced in every cell in the body. 
Therefore, these molecules are VERY reactive inside the organism, given that they need to recover its electrochemical balance by "stealing" the missing electrons from other balanced molecules. Through this action, a chain reaction, that is very aggressive and destructive for the rest of the cells in the body, is brought about. 
Today, we know for sure, that SRPs directly cause cell aging in the organism. The same applies to skin aging, which is the largest natural external covering and protection of the human body.
The loss of electrons in the cell, that develops SRPs, is generated by 2 causes: 

1. To endogenous factors (internal or natural): 
Mainly from natural causes, such as body's metabolism function, breathing, exercise. 
92% of SRPs come from the metabolism function that takes place in the mitochondria; inside the cells. 

2. Due to exogenous factors (external or induced) such as:

 Oxidative Stress
It is defined as the rupture of balance and equilibrium between the development of SRPs and the ability to being neutralized by the body itself. 
In simple words, Oxidative Stress is the excess of SRPs in the body.

These are substances capable of neutralizing the oxidant action of SRPs. We find these substances in some foods, whose nutrients act by releasing electrons in our blood stream, which are captured by the SRPs to become stable molecules. 

Antioxidants have proven to be an effective and an efficient protection for preventing premature aging and chronic degenerative diseases. 

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The consumption of BelAge during the day, preferably in the morning, stimulates and increases the activity of two major antioxidant enzymes (SOD and GPx), substances with strong detoxification and antioxidant effects.

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The complex rich in fermentation metabolites (like the L-pyroglutamic acid) supports mental energy and trigonelline, and has also an up regulating effect on the metabolic enzyme (ALDH2) Aldehyde dehydrogenase 2.
The fermentation process alters the chemical structure of the olive leaf, offering more stable polyphenol antioxidants and metabolites that up-regulate several endogenous enzymes, improving the metabolism and enhancing the energy balance.

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Thursday, March 7, 2013

March 8 Women's Day

Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacity... 
If by strength is meant moral power, then woman is immeasurably man's superior... 
If non-violence is the law of our being, the future is with women...

Mahatma Ghandi

March 8  Women's Day 

In 1975, during International Women's Year, 
the United Nations began celebrating 
International Women's Day on  March 8. 

International Women's Day has been observed since in the early 1900's
In 1908, 15,000 women marched through New York City 
demanding shorter hours, better pay and voting rights.

1909   The first National Woman's Day was observed 
in the United States on 28 February. 
The Socialist Party of America designated this day in 
honour of the 1908 garment workers' strike in New York

1910   The Socialist International, meeting in Copenhagen,
 established a Women's Day, international

No fixed date was selected for the observance.

1911   As a result of the Copenhagen initiative, 
International Women's Day was marked for the first time (19 March)
 in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland

The Charter of the United Nations, signed in 1945, 
was the first international agreement to affirm the principle of equality 
between women and men. 
Since then, the UN has helped create a historic legacy 
of internationally-agreed strategies, standards,
 programmes and goals to advance the status of women worldwide.

Over the years, the UN and its technical agencies have promoted the participation of women as equal partners with men in achieving sustainable development, peace, security, and full respect for human rights. The empowerment of women continues to be a central feature of the UN's efforts to address social, economic and political challenges across the globe

Each year International Women’s Day 
focuses on a key issue for women.
 The theme for International Women’s Day 
this year is ending violence against women.

The United Nations estimates that up to 70 percent of women experience physical or sexual violence from men in their lifetime. The World Health Organisation claims that acts of violence perpetrated against women aged between 15 and 44 causes more deaths and disability than cancer, malaria, traffic accidents and war combined.

In recent months there have been a few cases of violence against women which have attracted mainstream media coverage and with that, the attention of the Australian public. The rape and murder of Jill Meagher, the shooting of Pakistani school girl Malala Yousafzai and the gang rape of a young Indian doctor Jyoti Singh are examples. The sad thing is that for each of these women who came to the attention of the mainstream media there are millions more who did not.

Imagine what the world might look like if women could live free from the fear of being a victim of physical or sexual violence, survive childhood and grow into women, not be victims of honour or dowry killings, not have their genitals mutilated, not be forced into early marriage or simply murdered for being a woman. Gender-based violence must be eradicated, so we might achieve true equity for women and girls.