Say What?


    Recently, a reader of my blog asked if I was going to write about the recent unrest in the country with “Black Lives Matter” protests.  For me, ALL Lives Matter (each and everyone) and I do NOT promote hatred against mankind, or any other living creature that God created. But, I will not use my blog as a platform to discuss this and other political/social issues.

    As many of you may know, I’m an Immigrant and so many immigrants feel like they do not have a horse in this race. . . Say What?  I was born in Jamaica West Indies, migrated to the USA as a young adult and have been a naturalized US citizen for many years. My culture and upbringing is steeped in Jamaican roots where the only prejudice I knew was of the rich & poor. There were no color or ethnic barriers in my young life “Out of Many One People” was true then and now. My forefathers were multiracial see my story Here.  Yes, we are a mixed up bunch and I have horses.My  group of very, very good friends are from all walks of life & ethnicity and of different socio-economic & religious backgrounds. Some friendships have been more than 20 years and we make it a point to not discuss issues like religion and politics.  Madam Too Much is a blog written for my Sistas, Friends and those soon-to-be-friends and the same philosophy holds true. Last month, I wrote about some information I gathered about the types of US voters and I posted it as a source of information only. I have not and will not impose My objectives and or my views on social/political/religion issues on you my readers, and will only post items of information I deem valuable or of interest.

    Now that you’ve read all that. . . What are your thoughts?



    Vitamins for Younger/Healthy Skin


    Of all the news coming from the beauty community, the loudest buzz may be about the power of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to give skin a more young healthy look. Research shows that certain nutrients are essential for preventing and reversing many signs of skin aging. A well-balanced diet is important, of course – eating a variety of healthy foods helps keep skin supple and glowing.  There are a multitude of skin care products out there that advertise great looking skin once you’ve used them. But when it comes to getting the absolute best for your skin without repercussions in the long run, what we hear lately is more & more Vitamins.fixyourskin1Vitamins are the literal building blocks of a healthy body, skin, hair and everything else and the foremost source of vitamins is a healthy diet. This includes veggies, nuts, fruits and even water. You’d be surprised to find out that eating well can save you from a lot of the problems that are faced by most people today like blemishes, sores, inflammations, fine lines and age spots. The easiest bit about a healthy diet full of vitamins is you can find it all around you!

    You owe it to yourself to get more information about what foods contain specific vitamins and deficiency problems. Check out the infographic from Fix Your Skin and grab some info, then pass this information on to your Sistas.


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    Disclaimer: It is not my intention to offer Legal, Medical,  nor Technical advice and urge you to consult the professionals who excel in their field of expertise.