Nutrition Close-Up: Fight Aging with Fish

When I go out to dinner with my daughters,  wherever we go,  they always order the same thing– salad and salmon.  I, on the other hand, see the words PORK CHOP and I’m in.  They like  salmon because  its lower in calories and cholesterol  and roll their eyes at my choice.  And there is  so much evidence that they are on the right track.  No only  is fish so  much lower in calories than my beloved  pork chop,  its omega3 fatty acids  have been liked to  lower rates of heart disease,  better blood pressure and  even  less depression. In addition,  The NHANES study  that compared  dietary habits  with a wide range of health factors  found that people who ate more fish had fewer wrinkles.  This makes very good  sense.    Research has … Continue Reading…

Humidifiers for Winter Dry Skin

These days, cold dry weather and Retin A tends to make my skin  feel dry and looked rough.   When I measured the humidity in my bedroom, I found it was less than 25%.  For easy breathing and soft skin, experts recommend  an indoor humidity of 30-60%– which would explain  my stuffy nose  and dry skin  in the morning.  I began searching for ways to add moisture to my home.  I’ve often read that putting a bowl of water on the radiator will relieve dry air.

To check its effectiveness, I filled up a soup bowl with water  and put out my hygrometer.  The first night was especially cold and I opened up  the radiator full blast.  The water in the bowl soon turned hot and I wondered if … Continue Reading…