Monday, July 28, 2014

Forever Bright Toothgel

Description and Purpose

Aloe Vera has long been treasured for its quality and versatility - including dental care. Your teeth will gleam with Forever Bright Toothgel, one of the best toothgels on the market. Your family will love the flavour and clean refreshing taste.

Formulated for the entire family to use, Forever Bright Toothgel contains only the highest quality ingredients. It is also suitable for vegetarians since it contains no animal by-products. Natural peppermint and spearmint flavourings leave your mouth feeling fresh and clean.

The toothgel not only has antibacterial properties for fighting plaque and keeping the breath fresh, but it also benefits the gums and delicate inner lining of the mouth. Suitable for all ages.
Years of research, development and collaboration with scholar sand dentists have provided  Forever with the optimum aloe-based formula for effective cleaning.

At a glance...
• Contains aloe vera and bee propolis
• Fights plaque
• Whitens without bleaching agents
• Soothes mouth and gums with its antibacterial action
• Does not contain fluoride
• Green colour great for kids

The optimum percentage of Aloe Vera gel needed for effective cleaning was determined after extensive testing at a leading dental college in the US. Further input was sought from a large number of doctors and dentists before agreeing the final specifications. The result is a toothgel with a cleaning ability second to none, with an abrasiveness so low that it has been declared a polishing gel byan independent dental laboratory. With all the other benefits that Aloe Vera gel brings to the gums, here is a toothgel preparation that not only matches the competition, it beats it hands down.

The Forever Bright Toothgel formulation was adopted after reviewing market research data, which demonstrated a growing preference amongst consumers for a gel, rather than a paste. After using one or two tubes of Forever Bright, most people are reluctant to use other brands. The great minty taste is popular with all the family, as its excellent cleaning abilities help to strengthen and protect your teeth and gums.

Note: This product does not contain fluoride.

Stabilised aloe vera gel,sorbitol, hydrated silica, glycerin, sodium laurylsulphate, carrageenan, flavour,
bee propolis, sodium saccharin, sodium benzoate, chlorophyllin-copper complex.

130g (4.6oz)
Brush teeth after meals, have regular dental check-ups and avoid snacking between meals.

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Forever Daily™

Vitamins and Mineral With AOS Complex

Forever Daily™ is a revolutionary nutrient delivery system designed in combination with Forever Living’s proprietary aloe oligosaccharide (AOS) complex. Forever Daily™ with AOS delivers a perfectly balanced blend of 55 nutrients, including essential vitamins and minerals, providing more efficient absorption and in the case of minerals, targeting specific body systems.

Additionally, Forever Daily’s comprehensive nutritional program delivers optimal amounts of important natural phytonutrients, bioflavonoids, cutting-edge antioxidants with molecular-technology, and a proprietary blend of fruits and vegetables to ensure your body receives all the essential and semi-essential micro and macro core nutrients required for ideal health.

This unique formula is designed to nourish and protect our bodies by filling the nutrient gaps in our everyday diet and provide optimal health and vitality.
  • * Blend of 55 nutrients, including essential vitamins and minerals
  • * Nourishes and protects our bodies
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Friday, July 25, 2014


What Is Gout?

Gout is a kind of arthritis. It can cause an attack of sudden burning pain, stiffness, and swelling in a joint, usually a big toe. These attacks can happen over and over unless gout is treated. Over time, they can harm your joints, tendons, and other tissues. Gout is most common in men.
Gout is caused by too much uric acid in the blood. Most of the time, having too much uric acid isn't harmful. Many people with high levels in their blood never get gout. But when uric acid levels in your blood are too high, the uric acid may form hard crystals in your joints.
Your chances of getting gout are higher if you are overweight, drink too much alcohol, or eat too much meat and fish that are high in chemicals called purines. Some medicines, such as water pills (diuretics), can also bring on gout.
The most common sign of gout is a night-time attack of swelling, tenderness, redness, and sharp pain in your big toe. You can also get gout attacks in your foot, ankle, or knees, or other joints. The attacks can last a few days or many weeks before the pain goes away. Another attack may not happen for months or years.
See your doctor even if your pain from gout is gone. The build-up of uric acid that led to your gout attack can still harm your joints.
Your doctor will ask questions about your symptoms and do a physical exam. Your doctor may also take a sample of fluid from your joint to look for uric acid crystals. This is the best way to test for gout. Your doctor may also do a blood test to measure the amount of uric acid in your blood.
To stop a gout attack, your doctor can give you a shot of corticosteroids or prescribe a large daily dose of one or more medicines. The doses will get smaller as your symptoms go away. Relief from a gout attack often begins within 24 hours if you start treatment right away.
To ease the pain during a gout attack, rest the joint that hurts. Taking ibuprofen or another anti-inflammatory medicine can also help you feel better. But don't take aspirin. It can make gout worse by raising the uric acid level in the blood.
To prevent future attacks, your doctor can prescribe a medicine to reduce uric acid build up in your blood.
Paying attention to what you eat may help you manage your gout. Eat moderate amounts of a healthy mix of foods to control your weight and get the nutrients you need. Limit daily intake of meat, seafood, and alcohol (especially beer). Drink plenty of water and other fluids.

What Causes Gout?

Gout is caused by too much uric acid in the blood (hyperuricemia). The exact cause of hyperuricemia sometimes isn't known, although inherited factors (genes) seem to play a role.
Uric acid may form crystals that build up in the joints. This causes the pain and other symptoms.
Gout can seem to flare up without specific cause. Or it can be brought on by:
·         Certain conditions related to diet and body weight, such as being overweight, eating a diet rich in meat and seafood (high-purine foods), and drinking too much alcohol.
·         Medicines that may increase uric acid concentration, such as regular use of aspirin or niacin or using medicines that reduce the amount of salt and water in the body (diuretics).
·         Major illness or certain medical conditions, such as rapid weight loss or high blood pressure.
·         Surgery.
·         Having been born with a rare condition that causes high blood uric acid levels. People with Kelley-Seegmiller syndrome or Lesch-Nyhan syndrome have a partial or complete deficiency in an enzyme that helps to control uric acid levels.

What Are The Symptoms?

Symptoms of gout include:
·         Warmth, pain, swelling, and extreme tenderness in a joint, usually a big toe joint. This symptom is called podagra. The pain often starts during the night. It may get worse quickly, last for hours, and be so intense that even light pressure from a sheet is intolerable.
·         Very red or purplish skin around the affected joint. The joint may appear to be infected.
·         Limited movement in the affected joint.
·         Peeling and itching of the skin around the affected joint as the gout gets better.

How symptoms vary

How, where, and when the symptoms of gout appear vary.
·         Some people may not experience gout as many painful attacks. Instead they have gout nearly all the time (chronic gout). Chronic gout in older adults may be less painful and can be confused with other forms of arthritis.
·         Gout may lead to inflammation of the fluid sacs (bursae) that cushion tissues, particularly in the elbow (olecranon bursitis) and knee (prepatellar bursitis).
·         Gout can also affect the joints of the feet, ankles, knees, wrists, fingers, and elbows.
·         Symptoms may occur after an illness or surgery.
·         Gout may first appear as nodules (tophi) on the hands, elbows, or ears. You may not have any of the classic symptoms of a gout attack.

Gout – Treatment

The goals of treatment for gout are fast pain relief and prevention of future gout attacks and long-term complications, such as joint destruction and kidney damage. Treatment includes medicines and steps you can take at home to prevent future attacks.
Specific treatment depends on whether you are having an acute attack or are trying to manage long-term gout and prevent future attacks.

To treat an acute attack

·         Rest the affected joint(s).
·         Use ice to reduce swelling.
·         Take short-term medicines at the first sign of a gout attack, as prescribed by your doctor.
o    Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
o    Colchicine
o    Oral corticosteroids

To manage long-term gout and prevent future attacks

If gout symptoms have occurred off and on without treatment for several years, they may become ongoing (chronic) and may affect more than one joint.
·         Take medicines as your doctor prescribes for pain.
·         Take steps to reduce the risk of future attacks.
o    Talk to your doctor about all the medicines you take. Some medicines may raise the uric acid level.
o    Manage your weight; get exercise; and limit alcohol, meat, and seafood.

·         Take a long-term medicine that reduces uric acid levels in the blood.
o    Uricosuric agents
o    Drugs called xanthine oxidase inhibitors
o    Colchicine
o    Pegloticase (Krystexxa). This medicine is for gout that has lasted a long time and has not responded to other treatment.

·         Treat tophi. These are chalky nodules that form from uric acid crystals. Treatment includes:
o    Drugs called xanthine oxidase inhibitors, which may shrink the tophi until they disappear.
o    In rare cases, surgery to remove large tophi that are causing deformity.

Recommended Forever Living Supplements

Ø  Forever Freedom

Ø  Arctic Sea Super Omega 3

Ø  Active HA

Ø  A-Beta-CarE

The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the FDA. The products discussed are not intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat, cure or prevent a specific disease or class of diseases. You should consult your family physician if you are experiencing a medical problem.

Monday, July 21, 2014


Pregnancy brings many fun changes to the body. It brings some not-so-fun changes too, such as Chloasma. Chloasma is also known as Melasma, or the mask of pregnancy. It’s defined as a light to dark brown discoloration of the skin to the face or other general areas exposed to the sun frequently. Chloasma can also occur when women take oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
Who is Affected by Chloasma?
The cause of Chloasma is believed to be melanocytes in the skin that produce and deposit excess pigments, which are triggered by female sex hormones. Chloasma most commonly affects women 20-40 years old, women with darker skin tones, and women who are pregnant due to the hormonal changes occurring during pregnancy. It is often referred to as “the mask of pregnancy.” Individuals living in tropical climates, or those who spend more time exposed to the sun, are also at risk for Chloasma.
Chloasma During Pregnancy
Pregnant women who have Chloasma will find that it mostly affects their cheekbones, forehead, and upper lips. Secondary sites include the nose, chin, sides of the neck, and lower cheeks. In order to minimize the severity of Chloasma a physician may recommend minimized sun exposure, the use of sunscreen, and vitamin A products.
In nearly all cases, Chloasma starts to fade a few months after a pregnancy concludes and can be assisted with physician-approved bleaching creams and treatments. In extreme cases, a glycolic acid solution or a liquid chemical peel may be required. Laser peels and Intense Pulsed Light therapy are other forms of treatment.
How to Deal with Chloasma
While you are pregnant, there isn’t much you can do to avoid Chloasma other than staying out of the sun. Some studies have shown that a folic acid deficiency can increase the risk of Chloasma, so be sure you are taking a good pre-natal vitamin and eating plenty of green leafy vegetables, whole-grain cereals, breads, and oranges. Try using a light foundation to give your skin a more uniform appearance. Unfortunately, you cannot participate in treatment until your baby is delivered.
If you plan on getting pregnant in the future and want to avoid Chloasma, you may want to avoid excessive sun exposure between pregnancies. Use a quality sunscreen and stay out of sunlight whenever possible.

Recommended Forever Living Supplements
Ø  Aloe Vera Gel - The miraculous aloe leaf contains 200 compounds, including 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and 12 vitamins.

Ø  Absorbent C - Vitamin C is good for the skin as it increases the formulation of inter-cellular collagen.

Ø  Aloe Sunscreen - has a silky smooth, waterproof formula that retains SPF 40 for 40 minutes in water.With an SPF of 30, Aloe Sunscreen blocks both UVA and UVB rays.

Ø  Aloe Propolis Cream - The Aloe Propolis Creme is an excellent skin moisturiser, because of the unique combination of Aloe Vera Gel and the Bee Propolis. Contains vitamin A & E.

Ø  Aloe Moisturizing Lotion - This unique lotion has outstanding humectant and moisturizing properties. It contains Collagen and Elastin to keep the skin smooth, soft and elastic while maintaining the skin’s natural pH balance

Ø  Aloe Activator - Contains Stabilised Aloe Vera gel and Allantoin, an organic substance that has been shown to aid in cell growth and renewal.

Ø  Forever B12 - An excellent combination of essential nutrients, Forever B12 Plus™ combines Vitamin B12 with Folic Acid utilizing a time-release formula to help make possible metabolic processes, including cell division, DNA synthesis, red blood cell production, and proper nerve function.

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The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the FDA. The products discussed are not intended to diagnose, mitigate, treat, cure or prevent a specific disease or class of diseases. You should consult your family physician if you are experiencing a medical problem.