In conclusion, you should treat your feet in much the same way as you would treat the rest of your body. You wouldn’t neglect your hands or your face, so don’t neglect to take care of your feet. Dry them properly after showers or baths, use a moisturizer, give them a pedicure from time to time, and generally, just remember that they are what gets you through your day – without them, you would be in a sticky situation indeed! I love very much the look of high heels, i feel myself confident when i wear them and i like people to admire my shoes.
Avocado – Avocados are simply packed with nutrients and healthy compounds like folate and beta-sitosteral, which protects against stroke and lowers cholesterol levels. They also contain vitamin E and glutathione, both essential for overall good health, age prevention and the prevention of heart disease. Avocados contain only healthy fats, and also aid in the absorption of other nutrients in a synergistic manner. Add avocados to your next salad and your body will absorb five times the carotenoids than without them. When you eat avocados, you are reducing your risk of breast cancer, oral cancers, macular degeneration and prostate cancer.
Beautiful feet are often hard to come by. Our feet bear the brunt of our weight, and incur a lot of abuse carrying us throughout the day. Uncomfortable shoes, improper care and conditions such as athlete’s foot can really affect the way your feet look. Maintaining your feet is a matter of health as well as good grooming. Check out these 5 tips for beautiful feet. If you’ve got persistent issues with your feet, including frequent bunions, hardcore athlete’s foot, or toenail fungus – make sure to contact your doctor. They may be able to prescribe stronger treatments to help you find relief.
If over-the-counter remedies and other adjustments fail and you experience a decreased ability to be able to move your big toe, see your doctor. She can show you how to tape your foot into a more comfortable position for walking or prescribe specially-fitted shoe inserts to accommodate the shape of your foot. Cortisone injections might also be an option. Extreme cases might require surgery, usually for a bunion rather than a bunionette, because they grow larger and can interfere with daily life. Surgery involves realigning your big toe, usually by removing a portion of bone.
Do NOT kid yourself that bunion surgery is not a big deal. Yes, clearly it’s better than years ago, and yes, not everybody’s bunion surgery will be as major as mine (in fact some will be worse than mine), but don’t underestimate how tough the recovery is in terms of running your day to day life. I will NOT do anything to jeopardise the healing of my foot. ANY broken bone needs six weeks to heal properly. I’ve heard horror stories of people putting too much pressure and weight on their feet too early and screwing up the surgery and having to have it redone.