Updated: Real Housewives Of Miami’s Lisa Hochstein Is Creating A Skin Care Line; Plus Lea Black’s Housekeeper Becomes A U.s. Citizen!

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What are you currently using on your face, Lisa? We know it’s not Lisa HochsteinSkin Care because, guess what? That doesn’t exist yet! Sheesh. Derm Exclusive UPDATE: Lisa shared on Twitter that she HAS been using her own line for more than a year, so it really IS what she uses on her own skin already. “I want to clarify its ready to go just getting website ready /packaging. This is all I currently use have been testing 4 1yr”. At least I can find no fault in Lea Black’s latest tweet because it involves someone I adore (maybe even more so than Mama Elsa !), Lea’s housekeeper Freda.
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Joe And Teresa Giudice Speak Out About Their Federal Indictment Charges; Staying Positive, Blame The Show! Plus, Kids Won’t Go To Melissa and Joe Gorga

August 14, 2013 Fashion designer Marc Jacobs has announced the launch of his namesake cosmetics line, Marc Jacobs Beauty, exclusively at Sephora and in select Marc Jacobs stores. August 12, 2013 NACDS is hosting the inaugural Total Store Expo conference in Las Vegas from August 10 to 13. Below are some of our editors’ picks of the hot beauty products at the show. August 8, 2013 The anti-aging category has become quite saturated not to mention confusing for many shoppers but it is expected to enjoy growth going forward as the economy continues to improve and aging consumers continue to seek magic in a bottle.
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Must have skin care products while travelling

PHOTO: FILE NEW DELHI:Celebrate World Tourism Day by taking a day off and travelling to a relaxing destination. But while packing your bag, make sure to take along skin care products like moisturiser and face wash. Here are a few must-carry skin care products suggested by Aakriti Kochar, beauty and makeup expert, Oriflame India: – Light-weight moisturiser or sunblock: These will help to avoid skin damage and pigmentation. – Face wash: When excess oil settles on your skin for long, it causes acne. It is advised to wash face every six to eight hours to avoid such skin problems. – Sanitizer: Our hands come in contact with many surfaces that attract bacteria and infections.
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Fight Chronic Disease, Boost Economies: 4 Growing Opportunities In Nutrition

Programs like Tudabujja Halfway Farm in Ugandaare using food engagement as a strategy for helping individuals recover from physical and mental trauma. Tudabujja houses street children, many of whom ran away from home because of the conditions caused by extreme poverty, war, HIV/AIDS, and famine. As part of its mission to help street children build life skills and reintegrate into their communities, Tudabujja teaches them modern farming techniques and how to manage a wide range of livestock and crops. When they return to their homes, the entire family has access to more nutritious food, and family income is generated through the sale of farm products, Tudabujja said. Peacemeals helps communities prepare and eat meals together so that people who were formally strangers can connect nutrition with mental health and heal from trauma together. Food & Trees for Africa supports communities and schools that want to develop permaculture food gardens.
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Calling for an End to Nutrition as Religion

[See: Top-Rated Diets Overall .] What’s strange is that, aside from politics, I can’t think of any other area of life other than diet and nutrition, where people feel comfortable not only sharing their views but doing so with incredible conviction, passion and certainty. And yet, nutrition is anything but certain. Sure, we know there are patterns of eating that help in minimizing the risk of various chronic diseases, but those patterns are far broader and less drilled down than most nutrition gurus and zealots would have you believe. And given the diversity of our species, I would be very surprised to learn, even were our knowledge far more specific than it is, that there would be a “one-size-fits-all” best. [Read: The Path to Health: Willpower and Skill Power .] Riskier than alienating friends with dietary proselytization is the risk dietary religions pose to their practitioners. That risk isn’t one of health in fact all of the aforementioned diets, when followed carefully, would likely improve a person’s health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases it’s one of sustainability.
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Calling For An End To Nutrition As Religion

That risk isn’t one of health in fact all of the aforementioned diets, when followed carefully, would likely improve a person’s health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases it’s one of sustainability. Unfortunately, when it comes to the various nutrition religions, their commandments tend to be brutally enforced, both by individuals and by their fellow congregants. As anyone who regularly reads nutrition blogs or Facebook pages knows, diet adherents tend to use their online platform to frown upon any and all dietary strategies beyond their house of worship. To question their program or guru’s plans is akin to questioning their religious beliefs; and yet, unlike actual religious questioning (which would almost certainly lead to a thoughtful discussion), question dietary dogma online, and you can bet it will lead to a highly heated debate where anger and indignation can easily descend into name calling and personal attacks. But even if you’re not one to interact with nutrition nuts on the Internet, you may still be at risk; although you may not have a stranger’s zealous scrutiny to watch out for, you’ve still got yourself.
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Nutrition Business Journal Releases The 2013 Direct-to-Consumer Report

Moulinos is an independent consultant at BCH College for exercise physiology and has served as Special Scientific Staff in volleyball coaching at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Science. He was selected by the Greek Ministry of Education as a member of the Administrative Committee of the Harokopio University of Athens in the Faculty of Dietetics-Nutrition. He is a member of the American College of Dietetics and Nutrition, as well as a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine. Additionally, Moulinos is the author of aNutrition for a Better Life,a and a frequent media contributor on nutrition.
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Herbalife (HLF) Beefs Up Nutrition Advisory Board; Names Georgios Moulinos, Ph.D.

18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –ANutrition Business Journal (NBJ), a division of Penton, recently released their newest edition of the Direct-to-Consumer Selling Report , available for purchase online.A The report provides detailed historical data on the U.S. nutrition industry, SWOT analyses on the top companies in the segment, a breakdown of the biggest opportunities and threats facing product manufacturers and marketers, and U.S. sales data for each of the direct sales channels, including internet, multi-level marketing, healthcare practitioners and direct media (TV, radio, print). NBJ has released a Direct-to-Consumer Selling Report annually, and it has proven to be a popular and influential report among industry executives, given the lack of authoritative market data surrounding these non-retail channels. This year’s report contains over 400 pages of data and insights, and is priced at $3,295. The Direct-to-Consumer Selling Report is available for sale now.
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Observances Highlight The Importance Of Eye Care

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According to the American Academy of Ophthalmologys website, staring at your computer screen, smart phone, video game or other digital devices for long periods wont cause permanent eye damage, but can cause eyestrain. Normally, humans blink about 18 times a minute, but studies show we blink half that often while using computers and other digital screen devices, whether for work or play, according to American Academy of Ophthalmology officials. They recommend sitting about 25 inches from the screen, reducing the monitors glare, and periodically shifting your eyes to look at an object 20 feet away, for 20 seconds every 20 minutes. They call it the 20-20-20 Rule. In regards to childrens eye health, the American Optometric Association recommends eye examinations for infants and children at six months and 3 years of age. For school age children, eye examination is recommended before first grade and every two years thereafter. Infants at higher risks, for example from family history, should have an examination as soon as medically practicable. Similarly, children with symptoms or higher risks should also be examined more frequently.
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Computer-Related Eye Strain Not Just for Adults

Holding a small mirror flat against the screen can help pinpoint light sources that are reflecting from above or behind. At the same time, kids’ eyes may lose the ability to focus on other objects because of extended computer time. The association recommends that children take at least a 20-second break for every 20 minutes of computer time. The association recommends that parents take their children for an annual eye exam and discuss computer use with their eye doctor. According to the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, almost one in four school-age children has vision problems, but only 14 percent of children entering first grade have an eye exam. The association also recommends that parents and teachers keep their eyes open for signs of eye strain in children, including eye redness, rubbing their eyes, head turns, complaints of blurriness or eye fatigue, or limited attention to visual tasks.
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Army Pfc. Douglas K. Phillips a member of the 3rd Infantry Division’s Company A, 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, deployed to Durai-ya, Iraq, in May 2007, shows the damage to his face and his eye protection from a small-arms attack. Phillips credits eye protection with saving his eye.

However, each Optometrist has different eye exam fees and some may charge a small fee for childrens eye exams. Good vision is essential for learning in school and the following skills are important for adequate performance in school. Sunil Parekh is originally from Kamloops, B.C. He attended Optometry School in London, England. During his time there he gained experience from Moorfields Eye Hospital and Queen Alexandria Hospital. After graduating, Dr.
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