Wellness Tips

As our bodies grow older, the optimal state of our well-being changes and starts to decline. Our bodies become more acidic over time, due to consumption of unhealthy food and our busy lifestyles, and this manifests in constant aches and pains, low energy levels, poor weight maintenance and more.

While we want to achieve the best in our lives, we need to place a stronger focus on our state of wellness.

Detoxification is key

In comparison to a car, if the engine was congested with soot and other dirt particles, the vehicle be efficient. With our daily consumption orally or topically, our bodies will also be congested by bodily waste stored in our lymphatic system.

An ideal servicing for your body would be a light-touched Manual Lymphatic Massage to drain away the toxins and leave you feeling lighter and more energised.

Pain-management

As we grow older, rheumatism and arthritis become one of our closest friends.  Mobility is affected which can hinder your quality of life. Relief and relive your life by managing pain effectively and efficiently.

Through targeted neuro-stimulation, program your body to combat the pain without any surgery or drugs.

Rewind the years

The dynamics of our skin’s structure vary drastically in our 20s and 60s. Collagen loss is often a result of aging. Wrinkles and sagging skin can cause a person to look older than their actual age!

Put your best face forward with our revolutionary Avatar Derma-Trx facial using space-age technology, created for Russian cosmonauts to retain their youth and wellness in space.

Fret not about age-lines, sagging skins and uneven skin tones. Indulge yourself, with this  holistic facial that lifts your facial contours, resulting in a refined and younger profile.

 

It’s not the end!

While wellness is one of the main aspects to aging gracefully, a positive outlook will better support your approach to a wellness lifestyle in your golden years!

A healthy body and an alert mind, keeps a happy heart!

Alissi Bronte Awarded for Scientific Cosmetic Treatments in Hong Kong

During September month, the most international and prestigious brands of cosmetics, Alissi Bronte and Thalissi, presented in Hong Kong the innovating and exclusive treatment Immune Cosmetics System. At the end of this event, the prestigious international magazine “Jessica” gave the annual prizes to the most prestigious brands in Asia. Alissi Bronte was awarded for its scientific cosmetic treatments and Thalissi was awarded for the high quality of their oils.

 

From http://www.alissibronte.com/newsDetail.php?71

Cryptomonadales, Liver & Kidney Disorders

Most people are under the impression that only doctors and medicines can cure all types of disease. In fact this is a wrong impression. The real cure and prevention of disease comes in the form of the natural inborn protection and immunity. Of course doctors can cure diseases through operation and medicine. When the disease is overpowering as compared with our immunity systems, our body reach an unhealthy balance. It is only when the immunity systems re-enforces itself, our body is to be recovering. 

The approach of western medicine is to cure disease. For example if the patient has liver problems, doctor gives medicine for that particular problem. However, that particular medicine may be good for addressing the liver problems, but it may be bad for the other organs like the stomach or kidney found within our body systems. This is what we mean by side effects. Cryptomonadales can prevent several diseases by building and strengthening our immune systems naturally. 

Cryptomonadales and Liver disorders

Cryptomonadales can have very good results on liver functions. 
1. Increase liver tissue regrowth
2. Increase overall metabolism
3. Increase liver-enforcement factor
4. Promote blood flow in the liver

Generally speaking, the reasons for liver disorders are due to bacteria or virus caused by drinking large quantities of alcohol and environmental toxins. In fact these causes only touch the surface of the problem. The real reason liver disorders are contributed by the internal state of the human beings, for example “body qualities”, weakening of the liver tissues. Perhaps the greatest factor for these liver problems is attributed to the continuous intake of the wrong food.

Cryptomonadales and Kidney disorders
The kidneys excrete all unwanted metabolized products in our bodies via our urine. This is one way our blood is kept clean. For kidney Cryptomonadales has the following effects: –

1. Improved mineral metabolization
2. Improved allergic body quality
3. Prevent kidney from bleeding
4. Eliminate acid body qualities

Often kidney disorders can be traced back to unhealthy life style. 

Reference : http://www.xing.com/net/icare/health-and-wellness-products-and-services-222798/crypto-cryptomonadales-issue-2-13420737

PPARs and Their Emerging Role in Vascular Biology, Inflammation, and Atherosclerosis – Springer

Abstract
For many years, advances in understanding steroid hormone action typically proceeded through sequential stages that involved first identifying the role of a putative hormone, then isolating it, often from large quantities of body fluid, and ultimately identifying the nuclear receptor through which the cellular effects were being achieved (1). More recently, this stepwise progression has been reversed by modern molecular biology techniques allowing rapid identification of many genes as encoding nuclear receptors based on structural motifs even without any information regarding the functional role of these so called orphan receptors. This process has been termed “reverse endocrinology” (1). Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs) were examples of such orphan receptors, although their status changed through the serendipitous discovery of synthetic ligands that could bind to PPARs (2). The fact that these synthetic agonists are now in clinical use for treating diabetes mellitus (DM) and dyslipidemia has helped draw attention to this nuclear receptor subfamily and its potential as a therapeutic target (3). The identification of a possible role for PPARs in inflammation and atherosclerosis has only heightened this interest (4).