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Methylation- A Key to Detox

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Methylation- A Key to Detox

Detox has been one of the hot health topics these days. Liver is a critical organ in detoxifying various different types of toxins that we inhaled and ingested every day. There are 2 phases of the detox pathway in which methylation is a main pathway involving in phase 2 of the whole process. Our liver uses methylation to convert toxins into water soluble substances to facilitate the excretion of toxins. Folate, methionine, vitamin B12, and B6, betaine are the methyl-donor nutrients.Food sources of methyl- donor: citrus fruits, green leaf vegetables (e.g.  arugula, brussels sprouts, broccoli), fish, and eggs. Today’s stressful...

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How can we help to make your skin youthful and radiant?

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How can we help to make your skin youthful and radiant?

Keeping your skin healthy and youthful looking is our goal. Being the pioneer in antiaging, we strive to look for clinically proven functional ingredients and effective delivery system in order to specially formulate effective and safe skincare products for our clients’ daily and special needs. Here are some of the key ingredients that are clinically proven in various aspects of antiaging that are seen in many of our formulation. Each formulation also contains  unique and functional ingredients to target different functions. Hyaluronic acid (HA) with different molecular size High molecular weight HA forms a barrier on the skin surface to...

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Vitamin B complex injection alternative… for metabolism and more

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Vitamin B complex injection alternative… for metabolism and more

Every now and then, I receive phone calls from clients asking for vitamin B complex injection. It has not been available for awhile and what would be the optimal alternative? Let’s first look at what does vitamin B do in our body. B complex consists of vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9 and B12. B1 (thiamine) helps to strengthen immune system and helps our body withstand stress. B2 (riboflavin) protects body cells from oxidative damage and helps to maintain healthy mucous membrane (e.g. lining of the mouth) B3 (niacin) is needed in repairing DNA, energy production, and steroid...

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Steroid Free Topical Therapy for Eczema, Dermatitis & Psoriasis

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Steroid Free Topical Therapy for Eczema, Dermatitis & Psoriasis

Eczema is one of the most common chronic inflammatory skin conditions. In Canada, every 5 children and 12 adults, there is 1 suffering from eczema or dermatitis. Dry, red, inflamed and very itchy skins are the characteristics of eczema. In severe case, skin may ooze, become scaly, crusted or hardened. It is prone to infection if skin is broken. Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin disorder characterized by red, dry flakes, skin scales and plaques of raised skin. This skin disease affects over 6 million1 people in the United States. Many triggering factors cause dermatitis: pollution, chemicals exposure (e.g. detergents, soap),...

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Hyperpigmentation - How to lighten my dark spots?

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Hyperpigmentation - How to lighten my dark spots?

Throughout my clinical practice, I have come across many clients with various skincare concerns. “What do you recommend for the dark spots on my face?” is one of the most common questions I got. Evening skin tone and reducing pigmentation are always in trend regardless of age and ethnicity. Before making any suggestion to my clients, gathering pertinent information and medical history that could potentially cause the problem is important. What are the stimulating factors? / How does hyperpigmentation occur? Melanocytes are skin cells that produce brown pigment (melanin) which is responsible for our skin color. If melanocytes increase melanin...

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