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How to Reduce Fine Lines Under Your Eyes

Being a mom is the most wonderful thing in the world. Looking good makes you feel confident and brings out the best in you. You don’t have to be a senior citizen to get the crow’s feet or the smile lines under your eyes. They appear out of nowhere like little ninjas to steal away your smooth skin and youth. 
In reality, fine lines are the result of thin skin and dehydration. If you are a woman who doesn’t want to surrender your beauty to the passage of time, then here are some brilliant ideas to have beautiful and attractive eyes.
Causes of fine lines and wrinkles
The reason that these lines pop up is that your body loses its ability to replace the collagen and elastin proteins that keep your skin supple, vibrant and elastic. Much like the apple that is withered when hydration is not maintained, so also your skin loses its suppleness and vitality.
From the physiological standpoint, there are molecules in your skin that have the natural ability to settle water superficially and deeply …

10 Alkaline Foods that Will Clean, Repair and Produce New Cells in Your Body – Infographic

Source:www.Positive Health

5 Paleo Foods You Didn't Know About

Paleo diet also known as the caveman’s diet emulates the diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. Here are 5 top paleo foods and their health benefits.
Shrimp contains the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant carotenoid nutrient astaxanthin. Experts say that astaxanthin provides antioxidant support to the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system. It also decreases the risk of colon cancer. Shrimp is an excellent source of selenium. It reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, depression, type 2 diabetes and compromised cognitive function.
Salmon contains bioactive peptides that may provide support to joint cartilage. It controls inflammation in the digestive tract and increases the efficiency of insulin. Salmon has unusual omega 3 fatty acid content. This omega 3 fatty acids enhances your overall cell function, boosts brain performance and improves the transfer of information between body’s cells. Omega 3 fatty acids decrease the risk of several cardiovascular problems …

What is "Sharenting" All About

You might wonder what Sharenting is all about? Well, sharenting is the word coined for those parents who share too much information about their kids on social media. The Wall Street Journal created this term which stems from the two words ‘over-sharing’ and ‘parenting.’ Pictures of children having meltdowns, playing dress up and toddlers even in the bathtub adorn Facebook walls. Many blogs share stories from potty training to preschool struggles. Toddlers dancing to the likes of Beyoncé and Taylor Swift rack up YouTube views. Sarah Clark, Associate Director of University of Michigan, says, “By the time children are old enough to use social media themselves many already have a digital identity created for them by their parents.” Our on-line actions may affect the future well-being of our kids. There should be an increased awareness among parents to protect their kids’ online identity. Experts say that you’re not sure whether the people whom you share your child’s photos may download and re…