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For over thirty years, Dr. Steven Gundry has been one of the world’s pre-eminent experts in heart surgery; he was a driving force behind major breakthroughs that revolutionized the way doctors save lives. He believes he has discovered some unconventional truths about nutrition, his discoveries are a radical departure from the traditional dietary “wisdom” which has failed so many over the past few decades.
Dr. Gundry spoke with BITB about how his breakthrough nutritional research can help those who have struggled for years with their health, bodies and energy levels.
1. How does diet affect the way we look?
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High-definition cameras deliver exceptional clarity and resolution to images they capture, but they also highlight skin imperfections. This was the issue Kasey D’Amato and her husband, Stephen D’Amato, First Assistant Director of some of primetime TV’s hottest shows, discovered while on set with actors and actresses. Wanting to develop an all-natural skincare line that would improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and protect collagen from UV and IR radiation, Kasey and Stephen scoured the globe in search of the most innovative and effective natural ingredients. With her passion for skincare and more than 10 years experience as a Dermatology PA, Kasey co-developed Airelle
Have you ever wondered how much damage driving might be doing to your skin? Or if you could improve your skin by simply turning on your car’s air-conditioning? Well, Honda has, and the company has just released a special edition of its popular Fit model, just for women. Called the She’s, the smallish hatchback has unique features that Honda believes will particularly appeal to women, such as, a special UV-blocking windshield, which can block up to 99% of UV rays to prevent wrinkles and skin cancer. It also features a “Plasmacluster” air-conditioning system, which claims to improve skin quality, and specially designed mirrors.
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We know all about the miracles that keratin performs on hair – straightening and smoothing curly, frizzy and wavy locks. But what about skin? According to the scientists behind the creation of the new Retrospect skincare line, keratin stimulates cell growth and production of collagen proteins that reduce lines and wrinkles, as well as boosting the skin’s own antioxidant defense system.
But not any type of keratin will fight the signs of aging. The 8-product Retrospect collection includes Replicine™ Functional Keratin®, an ingredient that has actually been proven effective in wound healing and treating rare skin disorders.
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