February 2012 Spotlight on Skin Care

February 28th, 2012 by admin Leave a reply »


Belly Fat: What is the Real Story?


Visceral fat is the fat inside your body that surrounds the organs. It is connected with diseases including elevated triglycerides, diabetes, hypertension, and metabolic syndrome. A common apple-shaped body is greatly associated with elevated levels of visceral fat storage.

The causes of visceral fat are related lifestyle behavior and genetic makeup. Our DNA determines wherever our body accumulates fat.  Women typicalloy store fat in their thighs, then belly, while men in general store surplus fat in their stomachs.

The lifestyle related causes of visceral fat are usually linked to the number of calories consumed versus the amount of calories exhausted during exercises. Surplus in calories will be stored as fat in the body which can be used for future energy.


Unlike the stomach fat that is located just beneath the skin, visceral fat proceeds as a lively endocrine organ releasing hormones leading to insulin resistance and diabetes. To be diagnosed with intra-abdominal adiposity, your waist must be larger than 40 inches in men and 35 inches in women. But, unlike subcutaneous fat which appears on the outside and jiggles, visceral fat can’t be seen and environs the organs.


Herbalix has been conduscting research and trials by using the Nighttime ZZZtox Cream Nightime Detox Cream on belly fat, and is hacing success removing toxins from this area, to the point where one sign that it is working is bad breath. If anyone (medical practitioner or consumer) is interested in participating, email Liz@Herbalix.com


At Herbalix are testing this theory and in preparation to market a new product especially for the belly fat areas on men and women. This product may have an effect in reducing belly fat by removing impurities deep within the layers of viseral fat. It also will:

  • Help maintain healthy skin
  • Help maintain proper moisture to skin
  • Gently detoxes with cleansing ingredients
  • Help counterbalance accumulated environmental impurities
  • Help balance sunlight deprivation


Cleanse, Detox and Deodorize While You Sleep

with Detox Deodorant 

- Enhance flow of waste fluids

- Keeps underarm pH normal

- Cleanses all types of aluminum

- Effective for both men and women


Formulated to attract, absorb, and cleanse bacterium and metal ions, pure, organic detoxifying ingredients work at night and provide 6 to 8 hours of safe and efficient absorption of accumulated debris and odors. A period of 30 nights is recommended, followed by a maintenance program of 2-4 times a week.   -more-




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ScienceDaily (Mar. 23, 2011) — Scientists have known for years that belly fat leads to serious medical problems, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension and stroke. Now, a University of Missouri researcher has found a plant oil that may be able to reduce belly fat in humans.  -more-


ScienceDaily (Oct. 25, 2011) — It is known that a high proportion of dense breast tissue, as seen with a mammogram, is associated with a high risk of breast cancer. But the role of non-dense fat tissue in the breast is less clear. New research published in BioMed Central’s open access journal Breast Cancer Research separates the breast cancer risks associated with dense, fibroglandular tissue, and fat, and shows that large areas of either are independently associated with an increased risk. -more-


Disclaimer: Statements made in this newsletter are for informational purpose only and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease or condition. If you are suffering from any disease or illness you should consult your personal health care practitioner.




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