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Five Things That Seem Good for Your Body, But Aren’t

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Eating right and exercising are obviously the two most important things you can do for your health.  But some things that seem good for your body, can actually be bad.  Here are five of them, according to the magazine Woman’s Day

  1. Using Extra-Strength Cleaning Products - Some people think that if a product is stronger, they don’t have to clean as often.  But the best way to avoid bacteria is to use normal cleaning products, and just clean more often. While I agree you should use cleaning products often, I think extra strength cleaner like “Greased Lightning”.
  2. Wearing Flip-Flops - It’s fine every now and then.  But wearing something with no arch support can cause back problems, knee problems, and stress fractures in your feet. And flip-flops make certain muscles in your feet work harder than they should, which can lead to tendonitis. Plus, it exposes your feet to more bacteria and skin diseases, like plantar warts and athlete’s foot.
  3. Only Drinking Bottled Water - It might taste better than tap, but tap water in most areas has fluoride in it to help protect your teeth.  Bottled water doesn’t, and some dentists think it’s causing more tooth decay in adults. The best thing to do is use a Brita, which filters all the impurities out of the tap water . . . but not the fluoride.
  4. Constantly Trying New Skincare Products - Dermatologists suggest picking a routine and sticking with it.  It can be weeks or even months before you see results with some products.  So don’t give up to soon. Constantly changing skin products can actually irritate your skin, and cause adult rosacea . . . which is when your skin gets red and patchy.
  5. Taking Extra Supplements - Your body only needs a certain amount of vitamins and minerals a day.  If you get more than you need, it usually doesn’t matter.  But it might if you’re constantly popping vitamins.

For pregnant women, too much vitamin A can be toxic for the baby.  And too much vitamin C can interfere with glucose readings for diabetics.  Too much vitamin B6 for anyone can cause nerve damage.

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