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Nutritionist, Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme, Lists Foods Cancer Survivors Should Avoid

A nutrient-rich diet paired with exercise can prevent cancer from returning, according to Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme. After fighting cancer, survivors should pay careful attention to their diet. Studies show that nutrition plays a major role in approximately 30% of cancer cases. Maintaining a healthy weight is the second leading preventable cause of cancer, […]

3 Cancer-Fighting Foods Recommended by Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme, CT

Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme, CT recommends natural foods that cancer survivors should incorporate into their diets. Nutrition directly affects major areas of your life including your health, energy levels, mood, skin, immunity, and general well-being. What you eat is also directly related to your risk of developing diseases like cancer. Certain foods are associated […]

Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme, CT Explains Microdermabrasion and Natural Peels for Acne

Depending on your acne type, Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme, CT explains the benefits of two popular, professional treatments.  Clearing stubborn acne can take more than store-bought products or treatments. Two very popular options are natural peels and microdermabrasion sessions. Various factors come into play when choosing which treatment is best for you. Rosemary Barclay, […]

Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme CT Lists Makeup Ingredients to Avoid

Your makeup could have pore clogging ingredients that contribute to acne. Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme CT offers a list of comedogenic ingredients to avoid. Makeup is a great tool for concealing acne, expressing individual style, and highlighting natural features. Many people don’t realize, however, that makeup could actually be making their acne worse by […]

Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme, CT Recommends Minimizing Artificial Food Color Consumption for Children

Dyes have recently been linked to issues with hyperactivity and ADHD. Rosemary Barclay of Old Lyme, CT recommends minimizing your child’s consumption of potentially harmful dyes, preservatives and additives in foods The effects of artificial food coloring on behavior in children has been studied for more than 40 years. After reviewing recently published research, Rosemary Barclay, owner […]