What you keep on hand at home is truly a personal choice. Much of the time it will depend on whether or not you’re single, married, have children. Your you may have someone at home with special dietary needs, such as a diebetic. This article focuses on basics and healthy options that will fit any lifestyle. We will also take a look at the pantry, refrigerator and freezer items that truly will help you throw together a meal even when you think you don’t have anything to eat in the house.
What essential vitamins should I have and how much during my pregnancy?
• Vitamin A (no more than 3000mcg daily)
• Folic acid (400-800mcg daily)
• Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (1.4mg daily)
• Vitamin B6 pyridoxine 9 (1.2mg daily)
• Vitamin B12 (1.5 mcg)
• Vitamin C ascorbic acid (50mg)
• Vitamin D (5micro grams)
• Vitamin E (4-5mg daily)
• Calcium (700mg daily)
• Iron (14.8mg daily)
• Zinc (7mg daily)
• Iodine (140mcg daily)
• Selenium (60mcg daily)
As an Aesthetician of 15 years, the most common question I get is how to properly remove blackheads. Most people who have oily, normal or combination skin get blackheads, which are usually found on the face around the “T-zone” area. Basically, blackheads are dead skin cells, pollution, make-up, dirt and oils that have clogged up a skin pore. You will notice that they can be fairly raised and black. Over time, blackheads can become infected, which can be very painful. For the best way to remove blackheads gently without breaking the skin’s surface, read on. Always consult with your dermatologist or aesthetician if you are considering removing any lesions, spots or abrasions on the skin.