This 70 square meter apartment is located in the popular Vasastan district of Gothenburg, in a charming turn of the century building. the place exhibits a good layout and tall ceilings, giving the impression of space. With a large balcony to the east, a renovated kitchen with a modern design, a generously-sized living room and a cozy bedroom, this home perfectly meets the living needs of a couple or a small family.
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Anushka Sharma wearing Sapphire beads Necklace with multiple strings. Necklace has a diamond pendant and paired with sapphire stone earrings.
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Vidya Balan wearing double colour Mustard and Pink Kanjivaram Silk Saree paired with simple neck jewellery and heavy jhumkas.
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Vinegar, is used as a beauty product as it is cheap as well as effective. It can be used for your at-home pedicures, skin care and hair care. The best vinegar varieties to purchase for your beauty needs are Rice Vinegar and Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar.
- Rice Vinegar is best for Pedicure. Mix equal parts water and rice vinegar, and then soak your feet in the mixture for at least 15 minutes. The vinegar soften your feet, healing your dry and cracked heels. It also removes the oils from your nails, which is beneficial prior to polishing because it makes the nail polish last much longer. Before painting your fingernails, it’s a good idea to wipe them off with some vinegar for the same benefits. Vinegar also has natural anti-bacterial properties that make this DIY pedicure soak also have nail fungus fighting power.
- For a great hair rinse, use apple cider vinegar. The vinegar can reduce product buildup resulting in shinier and more voluminous hair since it gets rid of all the hair product that is weighing down your hair. Just put a few drops of the apple cider vinegar into about five cups of water (or enough to soak your hair), and then leave the mixture in your hair for half an hour; you’ll be left with shiny, great looking hair. You can do this prior to shampooing and conditioning, or you can do it on the off-day of hair washing. Try out both and see what works best for your hair.
- Braggs Apple cider vinegar also has numerous skin care benefits because of its smoothing and healing properties. Using it on your body closes the pores on your skin, leaving it looking smooth and shiny. You can either mix in a few drops of the apple cider vinegar to your usual body lotion, or just apply a water and vinegar mixture to your skin. Consider buying Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar.
- Braggs Apple cider vinegar also works as a toner for your face that can really benefit those with oily skin. To create the toner, just create a half water and half vinegar mixture and apply with a cotton ball or pad. It also has anti-inflammatory benefits which can work to soothe itchy skin or even sunburnt skin. The best way to get these benefits is to add a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a bath.
Dangers of Too Much Calcium in Women:
Calcium is a very important nutrient for bone health. New research was conducted on Calcium intake, which suggests that older women who taketoo much calcium may be at increased risk of heart disease and even death.
Swedish researchers conducted research on 61,433 women born between 1914 and 1948 for an average of 19 years, confirming causes of death with a Swedish government registry. The investigators also used questionnaires to record the women’s food and calcium supplement intake.
After controlling for physical activity, education, smoking, alcohol and other dietary factors, they found that women who consumed 1,400 milligrams or more of calcium a day had more than double the risk of death from heart disease, compared with those with intakes between 600 and 1,000 milligrams. These women also had a 49 percent higher rate of death from cardiovascular disease, and a 40 percent higher risk of death from any cause.
The study, published last week online in BMJ, found the increased risk only in women who consumed the most calcium — there was no gradually increased risk with gradually increased calcium intake.
The authors noted that calcium can increase blood levels of a protein associated with higher risk for cardiovascular disease.
“If you have a normal diet, you don’t need to take calcium supplements,” said the lead author, Dr. Karl Michaëlsson, a professor and orthopedic surgeon at Uppsala University in Sweden. “Calcium supplements are useful if you have a very low intake of calcium, but few women have such a low intake.”
Calcium Foods: Milk and other dairy foods, nuts and fish such as sardines and pilchards (where the bones are eaten) are some dietary sources of calcium.
A version of this article appeared in print on 02/19/2013, on page D4 of the NewYork edition with the headline: Risks: Dangers of Too Much Calcium.