How to Get Rid of Bad Body Odor Naturally?

At present, many people are always keeps on rushing to complete their daily works but they fail to take care of their hygiene. Especially when people do heavy workouts in gym or repair their car and covered with full of grease the first thing they like to do is to get complete refreshing bath and clean them. In general people always tends to use soap or body wash lotions to clean their body in order to clean the skin and keep the moisture of the skin. But not all body lotions and soap are suitable for both genders usually men would have rough skin which would quickly loss their moisture so when they use unisex soaps and lotions it would not be much effective for them. Many can now search is there any alternative way? It is so simple instead of sharing unisex soaps & lotions men can use body wash that is especially made for men which would be highly effective to keep the skin moisture good enough. On other hand men after completing their work due to heavy sweating the natural odour smells too bad thus when men use body wash lotions or soap made for men it helps lot to get rid from that bad body odor.

Top most preferred body wash for men

Most of the men would always get struck in confusion how to get rid of bad body odour naturally for long time period even after a heavy work. To the surprise using men body lotions are best way to get rid of bad body odours naturally but most of the time people would be confused to choose men body wash. There are several varieties of body wash are available in market choosing best for usage is quite difficult. To make clear enough people can read here about Top most preferred men body wash and their purposes too thus the top most body wash are listed below.

  • Man made wash
  • EO Everyone Soap for Men
  • Rugged & Dapper Body Wash-Shampoo
  • American Crew Deodorant Body Wash
  • Fieldworks Organic All-Natural Body Wash

Man made wash

Man made wash

 

This brand remains to be top most preferred body wash which gives a manly look. This body wash is used as 3 in 1 purpose which gives a manly look after using the product after bath. Moreover the body wash emit tobacco odor and the wash pH level is balanced, parabens free and helps to have best moisture skin.

 

 

EO Everyone Soap for Men

EO Everyone Soap for Men

It is also 3 in 1 used body wash and it is one of the unique body wash used by men. This body wash can be used as shampoo too even it also used as shaving cream to have smooth beard shave after bathing.

 

 

 

 

Rugged & Dapper body wash shampoo for men

Rugged & Dapper body wash shampoo for men

If people look for double purpose body wash and shampoo then rugged & dapper body wash shampoo would be best choice. This product usually contains all natural ingredients such as tea tree, orange peel and rose hip.

 

 

 

 

American Crew Deodorant Body Wash

American Crew Deodorant Body Wash

Most of the men are familiar with this product as it is widely used in barbershop in the country. Apart from body wash this product can be used as pre shave oil which ensures smooth and comfort shaving. Moreover this product is designed to eliminate the body odor instead of covering them with fragrance of body wash thus it is generally known as deodorant body wash.

 

 

 

Fieldworks Organic All-Natural Body Wash

Fieldworks Organic All-Natural Body Wash

Apart from all other product this natural body washer can be used by both gender were it is made with concentrates of several natural organic compounds. Thus when people use this product it gives a natural fresh odor and also gives good health to the skin.

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Psoriasis on Body

Psoriasis is an allergic skin disorder which spreads and transmits throughout the entire body of the affected individual. It can also last lifelong and this type of skin disease is not contagious one and it does not possess any threat to the life of the victims. This skin is the inflammatory skin condition which is caused by the signals of the immune system. The few symptoms of psoriasis include patching of the normal skin layers, reddish appearance of the skin covered with scaly silver-white coloured substance, burning sensation of the skin, skin irritations, acute inflammation of the skin layers, continuous itching sensation and bleeding along with slight skin ruptures.

Causes of the psoriasis

The inflammation is caused by the immune system of the individual’s own body by the abnormal secretion of the chemicals. These chemicals are discharged by the white blood cells that are meant to heal their own cells. The red flaky patches are seen in affected individual’s body on the scalp, knees, elbows as well as the lower back. Many of the psoriasis patients do not take it as a serious ailment because it does not possess any threatening activities of life on the individual’s body. Psoriasis is also an extreme serious repercussion on the inflicted individual’s body since it affects the life quality of the patients directly. The impact caused by psoriasis is difficult to manage.

This serious skin disease is listed as a chronic illness. Chronic disease means that it can be extended along with the life span of the victim because there is no specific cure for this condition. This circumstance makes the patients suffer helplessly throughout their life without any proper remedies. Patients affected by psoriasis feel that the appearance of the skin is the worst part of their disease. It is also proved by a study. There is also another study which states that the psoriasis patients feel much frustrating to have their skin itching as well as skin scaling up. These patients also tend to pull up towards the depressed state as well as the stressful stage at the times of flares and also remission. This makes the patients much irritated and they tend to feel angry often. The continuous state of itching, inflammation, scaling and irritation makes them disappointed and imbibes the negative feelings on them.

Remedies to control psoriasis

The patients undergo not only the physical pain of piercing and irritation but also the skin disorders which lead to the emotional trauma on the daily basis life. The psoriasis patients tend to become isolated because they experience an extreme part of bad self-esteem and also the reduction of confidence. They also tend to feel the dejection because of society which treats them disdainful. This leads many patients especially male to take up bad habits as a part of relieving their stress such as heavy smoking and also the high intake of alcohol. Psoriasis patients think that these activities will certainly help them to relieve stress but it is not true. Such kind of activities will surely lead their health towards the bad condition.

Many experts have stated that smoking and drinking can also be one of the reasons for the prolonged skin disease and it would make it still worse. Society can be also blamed for this act because many fail to see the person’s pain and dejection and disappointment behind the face. Psoriasis patients undergo an awful experience and we should not treat them awful.

Psoriasis cannot be cured completely but it can be reduced and brought under control. The initial step to be taken to control psoriasis is that patients should use the best body wash for psoriasis for easing the pain. Moreover, the patients should have self confidence and love themselves

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3 Killers In Your Kitchen

There’s no safer place than the kitchen, right?

Unfortunately, no. Turns out it’s a minefield of toxicity.

Brightly packaged air fresheners, Teflon pans, and cleaners contain ingredients that mess with our delicate endocrine system and create toxic gases. Incredibly, the things we think are goodfor our family and our home can cause us harm.

Detoxing your home should begin in the kitchen with these sneaky three:

  • Air fresheners: Phthalates are most commonly found in air fresheners, which disrupt the endocrine system and can cause reproductive and neurological damage. Avoid the word “fragrance” on air fresheners, as it can be a synonym for pthalates.

Healthy alternative: Try an oil diffuser using Citrus Bliss, Lemon, or Lavender oils.  Fragrant, safe, and totally uplifting! doTERRA makes a great one.

  • Teflon pans: So easy to cook in, so easy to clean, Teflon revolutionized our cooking when it was accidentally discovered 70 years ago. However, peflourooanoic acid (PFOA), a chemical used to produce Teflon, has been appearing in blood samples of people worldwide and has been found to cause birth defects. The EPA has recommended that PFOA be classified as a human carcinogen.

Healthy alternative: Go old school! Cast iron, stoneware, and glass are all inert and equally effective.

  • Cleaners with chlorine and ammonia: Chlorine and ammonia are deadly ingredients commonly used in household cleaners, including toilet bowl and oven cleaner. The Environmental Protection Agency found that chlorine byproducts are 300,000 times more carcinogenic than the chemical pesticide DDT.

Healthy alternative: Use cleaners such as baking soda, doTERRA’s Lemon Oil, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and castile soap. They smell great and keep your home sparkling!

Lemon Oil: The Ultimate Cleaning Tool

I use doTERRA’s Lemon Oil all the time to clean. You’ve GOT to try it; you’ll be hooked!

Disinfect: You can add lemon oil to a spray bottle of water and attack what may be living in your range hood, on your tables, countertops and other surfaces. For some extra chemical-free firepower, a little vinegar is a traditional favorite.

Lose the Gas Mask: When you clean the gunky build up in your shower, do you practically have to wear a gas mask to survive the fumes? Go gas mask free and clean with lemon oil. Just a small amount of lemon oil will go a long way in removing hard water build up.

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10 Essential Oils And Blends For Detoxing Your Body

The winter blahs have struck with a vengeance.

But I have a secret weapon – actually, 10 of them – to detox my way out of the gross, sluggish rut I find myself in sometimes.

Essential oils are my definite go-to for detoxing my body. They are, hands-down, spot on for their medicinal and therapeutic benefits.

Oils, you say? Absolutely. Oils have been used throughout history in many cultures for their medicinal and therapeutic benefits.

Here are my top 10 favorites and how I love to use them, especially when I’m not feeling my best.

(And if you’re not feeling your best, you should try my winter detox! I have a new one beginning March 4. Click here to find out more information on getting your energy back, your stress levels down, and unhealthy cravings out of your life … for good!)

 The following list features dōTERRA CPTG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade® essential oils, the safest, purest, and most beneficial essential oils available today.

My Favorite Oils

Lemon: for my lymphatic system. I add 2 drops of lemon to my water every morning. This citrus oil stimulates white blood cells to defend the body against infection.

Lavender: for supporting my adrenal glands. The refreshing aroma removes nervous exhaustion, restlessness, and increases mental activity.

Peppermint: for cleansing the lymphatic system, releasing weight gain and relieving sluggish digestion. When applied topically, Peppermint helps support the gallbladder; it decreases inflammation as well.

Lemongrass: for drainage within the body. Therapeutic properties of lemongrass include: analgesic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, astringent and sedative.

My Favorite Blends

Slim & Sassy: a pleasant blend of grapefruit, lemon, peppermint, ginger and cinnamon essential oils, formulated to help manage hunger, calm your stomach and lift your mood. It’s an ideal oil for cleansing the liver, balancing blood sugar, and improving metabolism.

DigestZen: my “go to” oil for complete digestive support. DigestZen is a propriety blend of anise, caraway, coriander, fennel, ginger, peppermint, and tarragon that supports alleviation from congestion, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, indigestion, motion sickness, nausea, and stomach aches.

On Guard: for immune support. It’s also a wonderful oil to combat bacteria; it can be used on soles of your feet.

My Favorite Oils for Emotional Support

Detoxes can bring out all sorts of emotions. Fortunately, there are oils out there to help you through.

Balance (grounding blend): Promotes whole body relaxation, evokes feelings of tranquility and balance. Two drops on the bottoms of my feet first thing in the morning and evening.

Serenity (calming blend): Serenity creates a sense of well-being and relaxation. Rub on the chest at night.

And last but not least, an oil just for detoxification!

Zendocrine: Zendocrine supports the body’s natural ability to rid itself of unwanted substances by promoting a healthy endocrine system and liver function. I like to put a few drops in my water or smoothies or rub it directly on my belly.

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frankincense

I Never Leave Home Without This

The 1 Thing I Never Leave Home Without

The three kings had it right when they packed frankincense, one of the costliest and most fragrant essential oils on earth.

Next to my kids and my phone, it’s the one thing I never leave home without.

Why? With people hacking and sneezing all over their carts at Meijer, doTERRA’s frankincense is the weapon of choice for wellness warriors like me.

My favorite way is to put two drops under the tongue each morning. As a pharmaceutical grade essential oil, frankincense is absorbed directly into the bloodstream

For health and wellness, it’s a gift that was truly heaven-sent.

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Frankincense: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

For stronger immunity – Frankincense has anti-inflammatory properties. That means it can help reduce symptoms of respiratory issues such as asthma or a cough from the common cold. It is also an anti-septic/disinfectant, so it helps your body fights off germs.

For pain relief – Typical body pain may also be improved with frankincense. It is used for headaches and sore muscles as well as PMS pain and reduction of arthritis symptoms.

For skin & hair – Frankincense has anti-aging properties, making it a nice addition to lotions and skin creams. It is an astringent than can strengthen the roots of your hair while toning and lifting skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

For improved digestion – In your digestive system, frankincense can encourage the production of gastric juices like bile. It can also be used as a diuretic.

For stress & anxiety – As a topical oil, it can act as a sedative, promoting feelings of peace and relaxation.

14 Uses for Frankincense Oil

Disinfect cuts and wounds

Promotes healthy skin

Scar reducer

Chest congestion

Severe cough relief

Drop under the tongue for overall health

Laryngitis throat spray

Mood-booster

Reduces stretch marks

Heals throat inflammation and damage due to acid reflux

Migraines

Heals acne scars

Diffuse with other oils for a “holiday smell”

Eczema

Need some extra energy this season? Check out this great tip!

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5 TIPS TO REDUCE YOUR TOXIC LOAD

I will never forget thinking I was super healthy – consuming green juices, smoothies and eating all the healthy foods I could get my hands on – but I had not given up the toxic makeup, the toxic lotions or the toxic household cleansers or the toxic people!

Everything we touch, ingest and breathe forces our liver to get to work. Your liver is what detoxifies your body to protect you. It filters out the bad stuff so it can keep you healthy. Too often we have too many toxins in our environment and our organs get exhausted.

Your liver is like superman and has hundreds of jobs to handle. The biggest job of all is to filter all the toxicity from your body and excrete it. Your liver is always working hard to filter toxins from your bloodstream and make sure they leave your body.

5 tips to reduce your toxic load:

  1. Use herbs that support the “detox organs” – your liver, kidney and colon. I suggest drinking these herbs in their natural state such as milk thistle tea, nettle tea and dandelion tea.
  2. I encourage skin brushing. You can use a towel or a loofa to brush the dead skin off your body. Your skin is your largest organ and by doing this daily you are supporting the excretion of toxicity and lessening the burden for your liver.
  3. Eat organic whenever possible. There is a list called “the dirty dozen” and I have included the link below for your knowledge. Remember, pesticides lead to liver overload. Dirty Dozen/Clean Fifteen
  1. Reduce processed and packaged foods. These are all loaded with toxins and chemicals.
  2. Replace household and personal products with products that are 100% natural and chemical-free.

If you find yourself feeling:

  • Sluggish
  • Blah
  • Tired
  • Moody
  • Irritable

Then sign up for the FALL DETOX

These are just a few of the results you will experience:

  • Weight loss
  • Clear skin
  • Mental acuity
  • Reduced stress
  • More energy
  • Improved immune function
  • Better digestion
  • Reduced cravings

“The fall detox was a fun and important kickstart to eating better, losing weight and having more energy. I found the FB group to be a source of inspiration and knowledge. During the detox I learned to use new foods that I had heard about (hemp, cacao, etc) but hadn’t known how to use. Kim is an upbeat and informative coach who sees the whole picture of health and successfully supports others in understanding it too. ” Ruth Ann


 

I look forward to supporting you through this fun, easy and inspiring program.

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The Skinny On The Elimination Diet

When you realize that your digestion is much less than optimal and you feel terrible, it is time to do something about it. I got to that point and started noticing that I had symptoms like gassiness, bloating, constipation, and sharp cramp-like pains that started happening a lot. I knew I needed a reliable way to find out WHY this was happening and, more importantly, WHAT was causing my discomfort. That’s when I found out about the Elimination Diet.

Before really becoming aware of what foods worked for me, I was consumed with calorie counting and never really looking at the quality of the food I was eating or noticing how it made me feel. It’s not until you really take time to eliminate certain foods for a period of time that you come to understand what works for you and that nutrient dense food is sustaining.

The Elimination Diet is an approach to figuring out which foods you are sensitive to so that you can eat mindfully and keep your digestive symptoms at bay. The gut is where the majority of your immune system is and is considered the “second brain” in your body, so it is important to keep it healthy and keep things running smoothly. In the elimination diet, you start by eliminating common culprits of digestive upset and common food allergens. You dial down your daily meals and snacks so that you are only eating real, nourishing foods that will not hurt your gut. In fact, you can begin to heal your gut with a proper elimination diet. The categories of food to eliminate are:

  • Grains – The foundation of the Food Pyramid for decades, it has now been discovered that many people have a hard time digesting grains, including corn.
  • Processed Foods – There are many toxic chemicals (like MSG, artificial colors, and flavorings) and other undesirable ingredients (like GMOs, trans fats, and HFCS) in processed food that can impede digestion and even cause disease
  • High Glycemic Foods – Large amounts of starches and added sugars can feed a bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) and other gut dysbiosis problems.
  • Gluten and Fructans – Found in many grains, gluten has been found to be one of the causes of leaky gut syndrome and autoimmune diseases. Fructans are found in FODMAPS (short-chain carbohydrates) and can also feed those bad bugs in your gut.
  • Unrefined Oils – These can cause inflammation throughout your body.
  • Feedlot Meats and Dairy – Meats and dairy from the conventional food system are full of hormones, antibiotics, and even poisons such as arsenic.
  • Eggs, Peanuts, and Shellfish – All are common food allergens.
  • Gut Irritants – Caffeine and alcohol can wreak havoc on your gut. Avoid these while you are healing.

There is a 3/3 guideline for adding foods back into your diet:

“Do not conclude a food causes symptoms, unless symptoms occur within 3 days of eating the food and occur consistently on 3 separate occasions after eating it.”*

You will know, as you begin to add foods back in, what works and what doesn’t. I suggest starting slow; give the diet a few weeks to work, and start adding foods back in one at a time. If a food causes symptoms on 3 different occasions, you will know that you are sensitive to that food and to avoid it for a while and try again later. Eventually you will come up with a plan that your body will love. Everyone is different and finding your own unique way of eating to feel good will change your life.

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10 Steps To Better Digestion

Good digestion has a lot to do with clean eating. When you consume clean whole foods you experience significantly less digestive issues.  This is one of the things I love about the detox program, it challenges you to cut out many of the foods that typically cause digestion problems.   After the detox you can then add in one new food type at a time to really isolate those foods that are causing you digestive issues.

During the detox you really learn to pay attention to the following:   Do you feel like your food is just sitting in your stomach for hours after you eat? Or is the opposite happening, and are you running to the bathroom before you have even finished your meal?  If you are experiencing these issues, you are not alone  and there are things you can do improve the situation.

Here are ten steps to take now to get things moving properly through your gut:

  1. Food Combining – When foods are combined properly, they do not sit in your stomach and rot. That rotting food feeds the bad bacteria and yeast that everyone has residing in their digestive tract. To combine food, you eat protein with vegetables or grains with vegetables, never proteins & grains together.
  2. Fermented Foods – These are naturally fermented foods such as kefir, sauerkraut, pickles, etc., that, when eaten, will feed the good bacteria in your gut and balance your inner ecology.
  3. Enzymes and Probiotics – While not everyone needs to take digestive enzymes all the time, they can be helpful in digesting certain foods, such as cruciferous vegetables.  Probiotics also help with the digestion of  food and build up your immunity.
  4. Water – We all know we need to drink plenty of water. A little known Ayurvedic trick is to drink a glass of water 15 minutes before your meal. This will get your digestive juices flowing and your food will get digested better.
  5. 80/20 – This rule is to eat until you are 80% full. That leaves 20% of the room left in your stomach for your digestion to work. No one likes that uncomfortable full feeling and your tummy will thank you if you stop just before you are full.
  6. Eat Loads of Fiber – Your body needs fiber to carry out toxins, excess hormones, and junk. Eating lots of water-soluble fiber, found in veggies, will ensure that you get plenty of fiber. Just don’t forget step #4! Drink lots of water, too, so that you don’t end up with bulky stool.
  7. Short Fasting Period – Don’t worry, I am not suggesting that you don’t eat for a day. What I am suggesting is that you take some time between meals. Give your system about 3 or 4 hours to let the food get assimilated. When your gut is constantly bombarded by food all day long, it gets confused and doesn’t work properly. Give it some time to work on that last meal before you head to the kitchen for a snack.
  8. Cut Sugar and White Carbohydrates – These foods will feed the bad guys in your gut. Avoid them for less gas and bloating – and you don’t want the insulin spike that comes with them either.
  9. Gluten – A large percentage of Americans are gluten intolerant and do not know it. Try going without and see if your digestion works any better.
  10. Bone Broth – The #1 most soothing and healing drink that you could ever ingest. Homemade bone broth contains all of the nutrients you need to heal your gut if it is leaky and also provides the minerals you need for strong bones. It’s a win-win, must-consume food!

BONUS: Eat Mindfully.  I discussed this a few weeks ago, but can not stress the importance of this. Not only will slowing down, sitting down and chewing slowly, help you eat less, and be more aware of what you’re eating, you will digest your food properly and are a lot less likely to suffer from a stomach ache.

If you incorporate some or all of the tips, you will ease in to better digestion and the tummy troubles will disappear.

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An Exercise In Mindful Eating

If you have been following any of my posts this week, you can see that eating mindfully is a whole new way to approach food. I talk a lot about awareness with my clients and in the detox.  The more awareness you have, the less likely you are to make poor choices in food and in life.  Mindful eating is a significant piece of this, and may really be the final piece in healthy eating.

I know that I am personally guilty of mindless eating more than I care to admit.   Not so much in the way of  eating junk food, but in the way of eating on the go, rushing through meals while I multitask,  and not truly taking the time to taste  and enjoy my food.

The first time I  heard about mindful eating was a couple years ago from Jon Kabat-Zinn (one of my very first meditation teachers).   He has a very simple exercise he starts with when teaching meditation, called ‘The Raisin Consciousness”.    This is definitely an experience to try and if you don’t like raisins feel free to use another similar dried fruit.

Raisin Meditation

  1. Sit comfortably in a chair.
  2. Place a raisin in your hand.
  3. Examine the raisin as if you had never seen it before.
  4. Imagine it as its “plump self” growing on the vine surrounded by nature.
  5. As you look at the raisin, become conscious of what you see: the shape, texture, color, size. Is it hard or soft?
  6. Bring the raisin to your nose and smell it.
  7. Are you anticipating eating the raisin? Is it difficult not to just pop it in your mouth?
  8. How does the raisin feel? How small it is in your hand?
  9. Place the raisin in your mouth. Become aware of what your tongue is doing.
  10. Bite ever so lightly into the raisin. Feel its squishiness.
  11. Chew three times and then stop.
  12. Describe the flavor of the raisin. What is the texture?
  13. As you complete chewing, swallow the raisin.
  14. Sit quietly, breathing, aware of what you are sensing.

Jon Kabat Zinn explains the exercises purpose as follows:

“The raisin exercise dispels all previous concepts we may be harboring about meditation. It immediately places it in the realm of the ordinary, the everyday, the world you already know but are now going to know differently. Eating one raisin very, very slowly allows you to drop right into the knowing in ways that are effortless, totally natural, and entirely beyond words and thinking. Such an exercise delivers wakefulness immediately. There is in this moment only tasting.”

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