Natural Beauty Boosters

September 24th, 2008

By C.A. Vargas


Losing weight can be a daunting task as many of us know and what works for your friend might not work for you. I always think there is an answer for everyone. Genetic disposition notwithstanding, ones weight can be highly influenced by ones lifestyle and nutrition. And consistency is the byword of achievement in any endeavor.

Pure Inventions Fit & Slender is a natural dietary herbal concentrate that curbs your appetite and increases your metabolism. It burns calories, helping you melt unwanted weight and dropping your dress size. All while boosting your energy levels without making you jittery as it does not contain caffeine. An added bonus is that it won’t make you crash like an energy drink.

The many benefits include: reduced cravings and appetite suppression, it speeds up and supports metabolism, blocks enzymes responsible for carbohydrate absorption.

Pure Inventions Fit & Slender should be used as recommended and in conjunction with a healthy food plan and exercise, significant improvements can result.


Chlorophyll comes from the Greek term “khloros”, meaning green and “phyllon” meaning leaf, therefore green leaf. It is this substance that allows plants to use sunlight for energy, known as photosynthesis, and this is what gives plants their green color. All green plants and vegetables contain chlorophyll but one of the highest concentration of it can be found in spinach. To give you a relationship of how much we can compare it to olives, another of the world’s healthiest food, and spinach has about 1/1000 more.

This a supplement that can be easily found in Whole Foods and other health food stores. But why do we need chlorophyll? This substance is relatively unknown in the world of nutrition. To answer that question first we must understand what a free radical is.

Free radicals are organic molecules responsible for aging, tissue damage, and possibly some diseases. These molecules are very unstable, therefore they look to bond with other molecules, destroying their vigor and perpetuating their detrimental process.

Pollution in the environment, cigarette smoking, poisons found in cleaners and herbicides all account for the creation of free radicals in the body. So if you live in a big city or consume non-organic fruits and vegetables, chlorophyll is a must for you.

Chlorophyll is a powerful antioxidant that hunts down free radicals, reversing the signs of aging and tissue damage. And additionally, it acts as a powerful system detoxifier, eliminating harmful waste products from the body and therefore increasing health and vitality in the person.


Vitamin C is a highly effective antioxidant that helps to protect indispensable molecules that would otherwise fall prey to free radicals thus causing skin damage on a cellular level. Eventually that damage manifest itself on the surface as aged looking skin. Vitamin C is anti-aging but perhaps what is less known among skin care technicians is that vitamin C is required for the production of collagen.

Collagen is essential and an important structural component of blood vessels, tendons, ligaments, bone and of course skin. Collagen is the buzz word of the skin care industry as we all know that its production will bring about healthy and glowing skin.

The body does not manufacture vitamin C on its own, nor does it store it, as it is water soluble. So it is therefore important to include plenty of vitamin C containing foods in your daily diet.

All fruits and vegetables contain some amount of vitamin C but the fruit camu camu has an extraordinarily high quantity of vitamin C. The powder from the fruit pulp is beginning to be sold in the west as a health food in loose powder or capsule form. An additional benefit of Vitamin C is that it will improve the mood of the person taking it. The lack of it will cause the person to feel depressed and moody as documented by the storied English sea men suffering from scurvy.

Vitamin C is essential part of your diet and will manifest itself in more youthful and brighter looking skin.

As always consult a physician before starting any diet, supplement intake or exercise.