Part 1. Watch incredible things not seen on TV! My documentary is about a visit to the ancient sites with Emmy award winner and symbolist expert John West. I promise, you’ve never seen Egypt like this before; the sophistication and skill from the Ancients is beyond amazing. Japanese skincare and general health secrets are highly sought after. At 81.25 years, (86 for women, 79 for men) Japan has one of the highest life expectancy rates in the world. Nearly 20% of the population of Japan is over the age of 65. Worldwide, the average lifespan is 66. But according to the World Health Organization reports, Japanese people can expect to live 75 or more years, free of disease and disability. So, what are they doing right? Diet is obviously one important factor. They have the lowest rate of obesity of any industrialized country. Only 3% are obese, as opposed to 32% of all Americans. Some of their preferred foods are also Japanese skincare secrets. Referred to as a “beauty preserver”, Wakame kelp is one of those foods. It’s a kind of seaweed that is cultivated in Japan, Korea and now France. Studies at Hokkaido University have shown that eating the kelp helps burn fatty tissue. In traditional Oriental medicine, it was used to purify the blood and strengthen the intestines, as well as the skin and hair. Wakame is one of the best vegetarian sources of calcium. It is also rich in sodium, iron, potassium and the B vitamins. The B vitamins naturally reduce inflammation. While all of these things are great, the most important role that this Japanese skincare formula plays has to do with its anti-aging activity. As we get older, the levels of hyaluronic acid in our skin becomes lower and lower. You’ll see many products on the
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