Bill Clinton and ORO GOLD Know How to Create Healthy Skin

ORO GOLD Cosmetics on Bill Clinton and Veganism

You already know that a healthy diet goes hand in hand with healthy skin. Did you also know that Bill Clinton is supporting a healthier  lifestyle through his new vegan diet? As you age, so does your skin and lifestyle choices are a big factor in the aging process. That’s why Bill Clinton is now practicing Veganism to ensure a more nutritiously balanced regime.
Bill Clinton in front of ORO GOLD Store

Bill Clinton in NYC

Orogold wants you to understand how a vegan diet positively affects your pretty little face! Studies have shown that eating red meat is linked to increased inflammation in the body, causing a breakdown of collagen and elastin, not to mention cardiovascular disease! Yikes! Collagen and elastin are the building blocks of the youthful complexion we all want; these are essential for glowing skin! Yes, we all want the beauty of a youthful complexion but without all of the bumpiness caused by acne. So stay away from dairy! It’s proven to be directly related to the increase of acne, as high levels of hormones are found present in milk, since pregnant cows produce most of it. You don’t want to deal with the oil secretion, breakouts and acne when it can easily be avoided!
ORO GOLD on Vegan Diet
If you’re thinking that by taking that juicy burger and ice cream shake out of your diet is going to fix anything, you are wrong! The benefits of being a vegan are that you replace those unhealthy foods with something much better for your body like fruits, veggies and other nutrient-dense foods that will improve your skins appearance and complexion. A properly balanced vegan diet provides your body with more Vitamin C than the regular diet. If you want smoother and less wrinkled skin due to increased elasticity, and great collagen metabolism, veganism is the way to go!

50 thoughts on “Bill Clinton and ORO GOLD Know How to Create Healthy Skin

  1. Exercise and good diet to keep fit. It’s important what u consume as well what u Put on ur skin ( organic ). And it is important to be well rested….

  2. For me a healthy lifestyle is centered around body, mind, and soul. I have to take care of my body and that is probably the easiest of the three requirements. I make sure to exercise and to get enough sleep and water. For my mind I make sure to take count of the little things in life and to remember where I came from. I can not be healthy without a good mind. I think the spiritual aspect is up to whoever the person is. Does it matter so long as you are at peace with yourself in what you believe in? Thank you Oro Gold for posting a picture of the “Big Dawg” Bill Clinton! He’s the man!

  3. One of the best things that I have done to live healthier, is to eat nothing that is packaged. I try to eat only fresh fruits, veggies, eggs, chicken, fish, turkey. If it includes more that 2 ingredients listed on the package, that isn’t “real” or “clean” eating. The body doesn’t need that kind of complication! If you can’t recognized the ingredient or know what it is, your body doesn’t either….

  4. The thing about wanting a healthy lifestyle is that you have to realize how vital one is. You have to see the bigger picture.
    Its sort of like Orogold, the cost is high but necessary in the long run.
    The lifestyle you live now not only affects you but can also affect future prodigy from your line. It has been proven that the lifestyle one leads can provoke epigenetic marks that can affect generations beyond the limitations of ones own.
    As such, its not just your life you affect, and that is why it is of great importance to try to live the healthiest life style one’s ability can afford.
    Its the little things that spiral into the bigger picture.
    Start slow, reflect, and acknowledge what is of greater importance.
    Don’t make the world black and white- because its not- and compromise to a life style that is your own.
    You don’t have to run five miles a day and forsake all food deemed unhealthy, but instead say ” I want to change,” and mean it. Because sometimes the actions you make don’t matter unless it is for the right incentive.
    So smile.
    Look at the road ahead and think , “this is just the beginning,” and plunge in to the journey of a lifetime.
    To become the best you, you can be.

  5. A vegan diet is definitely a more healthy choice as heavy meat eaters trend to run a higher risk of cancer. However, a vegan diet can be restrictive. I recommend plenty of fresh fruits, a variety of veges, whole grains, and foods high in the omegas 3,6, &9s like flax, olive oil, coconut oils, ect. These types of oils not only lower cholesterol, but they help maintain a healthy weight and prevent cancer. Lean meats are encouraged as well as avoiding pork products. Prayer and meditation along with regular exercise are the best way to add to a good diet. I personally am a big fan of colloidal silver as it strengthens the immune system. So naturally i am a big fan of Oro Gold as they use colloidal gold in products. I think its very important for people to understand the impact trace minerals and elements have on our body in a positive way.

  6. I would always recommend you to have a glass of warm water in the morning. Do not forget to exercise at least 3-4 times per week. And follow what Oro Gold advices you with the green food.

  7. In my humble opinion, the best start to a healthy lifestyle is to love and respect yourself. If you don’t love, or respect your person, you will never make progress, because you won’t give yourself 100% effort.

  8. Eat warm foods that are easy on the stomach and drink warm teas because they will help to enhance digestion and promote nutrient absorption. My favorite is oatmeal in the morning because it is all natural!

    -Shada the health major:)

  9. Always following your routine and regimens to keep up with your daily exercises, diets/meals and cosmetics will result in a happier you. Also, keeping yourself educated on what is good for your own body and updating your knowledge is key!

  10. Sleep, rest, use relaxation techniques, drink lots of water, meditate, eat fresh natural fiords, and avoid anything in bags or boxes.

  11. For me it is laughter with my 90 year old grandmother and other family/friends/boyfriend, moderation, small portions, organic smoothies, lots of fish and veggies, being out in nature to exercise, travel- discovering new things, be nice, polite and smile at everyone they usually smile back- use great ingredients in my skin care and consistency, dedication and making a commitment to yourself- this would work well for everyone. xo Heather

  12. Lots of fruits and veggies, only drinking water (NO SUGARY DRINKS) and exercise daily. Getting a good nights sleep helps too.

  13. Drink plenty of water or other calorie-free beverages.
    People sometimes confuse thirst with hunger. So you can end up eating extra calories when an ice-cold glass of water is really what you need.

    If you don’t like plain water, try adding citrus or a splash of juice, or brew infused teas like mango or peach, which have lots of flavor but no calories.

    Think about what you can add to your diet, not what you should take away.

    Start by focusing on getting the recommended 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables each day.

    It sounds like a lot, but it is well worth it, because at the same time you are meeting your fiber goals and feeling more satisfied from the volume of food.

    You’re also less likely to overeat because fruits and vegetables displace fat in the diet. And that’s not to mention the health benefits of fruits and vegetables. More than 200 studies have documented the disease-preventing qualities of phytochemicals found in produce.

    Work vegetables into meals instead of just serving them as sides on a plate.

    I love to take seasonal vegetables and make stir-fries, frittatas, risotto, pilafs, soups, or layer on sandwiches. It is so easy to buy a variety of vegetables and incorporate them into dishes.

    Consider whether you’re really hungry.

    Whenever you feel like eating, look for physical signs of hunger.

    Hunger is your body’s way of telling you that you need fuel, so when a craving doesn’t come from hunger, eating will never satisfy it.

    When you’re done eating, you should feel better — not stuffed, bloated, or tired.

    Your stomach is only the size of your fist, so it takes just a handful of food to fill it comfortably.

    Keeping your portions reasonable will help you get more in touch with your feelings of hunger and fullness.

    Be choosy about nighttime snacks.

    Mindless eating occurs most frequently after dinner, when you finally sit down and relax.

    Sitting down with a bag of chips or cookies in front of the television is an example of eating amnesia, where you mindlessly eat without being hungry, but out of habi.

    Either close down the kitchen after a certain hour, or allow yourself a low-calorie snack, like a 100-calorie pack of cookies or a half-cup scoop of low-fat ice cream. Once you find that you’re usually satisfied with the low-cal snack, try a cup of zero-calorie tea.

    Enjoy your favorite foods.

    I think putting your favorite foods off limits leads to weight gain because it triggers ‘rebound’ overeating.

    Instead of cutting out your favorite foods altogether, be a slim shopper. Buy one fresh bakery cookie instead of a box, or a small portion of candy from the bulk bins instead of a whole bag.

    You can enjoy your favorite foods, but you must do so in moderation.

    Enjoy your treats away from home.

    When you need a treat, taking a walk to your local ice cream parlor or planning a family outing is the best idea.

    By making it into an adventure, you don’t have to worry about the temptation of having treats in the house, and it is a fun and pleasurable way to make it work when you are trying to lose weight.

    And for those times you just can’t get out? Stock your kitchen with fresh fruit, which I think can be every bit as delicious as any other dessert.

    Eat several mini-meals during the day.

    If you eat fewer calories than you burn, you will lose weight. But when you’re hungry all the time, eating fewer calories can be challenging.

    Studies show people who eat 4-5 meals or snacks per day are better able to control their appetite and weight.

    I recommend dividing your daily calories into smaller meals or snacks and enjoying as many of them as you can early in the day — dinner should be the last time you eat.

    Eat protein at every meal.

    Protein is more satisfying than carbohydrates or fats, and thus may be the new secret weapon in weight control.

    Diets higher in protein [and] moderate in carbs, along with a lifestyle of regular exercise, have an excellent potential to help weight loss.

    Getting enough protein helps preserve muscle mass and encourages fat burning while keeping you feeling full. So be sure to include healthy protein sources, like yogurt, cheese, nuts, or beans, at meals and snacks.

    Spice it up.

    Add spices or chiles to your food for a flavor boost that can help you feel satisfied.

    Food that is loaded with flavor will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying so you won’t eat as much.

    When you need something sweet, suck on a red-hot fireball candy for a long-lasting burst of sweetness with just a few calories.

    Stock your kitchen with healthy convenience foods.

    Having ready-to-eat snacks and meals-in-minutes staples on hand sets you up for success. You’ll be less likely to hit the drive-through or call in a pizza order if you can make a healthy meal in 5 or 10 minutes.

    Stock your kitchen with;

    94% fat-free microwave popcorn (20-25 calories per cup, and you can make it in two minutes or less)
    Frozen vegetables
    Bags of pre-washed greens
    Canned diced tomatoes
    Canned beans
    Whole-grain wraps or pitas
    Pre-cooked grilled chicken breasts
    A few containers of pre-cooked brown rice
    Within minutes, she can toss together a healthy medley.

    Order childrenâs portions at restaurants.

    When you are eating out, order a child’s pizza or a small sandwich as an easy way to trim calories and get your portions under control.

    Another trick is to use smaller plates. This helps the portions look like more, and if your mind is satisfied, your stomach likely will be, too.

    Eat foods in season.

    If you don’t love certain fruits or vegetables, it could be because you ate them out of season when they have little taste or flavor.”When you eat seasonally, fruits and vegetables are more flavorful, at their best, and I promise you won’t be disappointed.

    Swap a cup of pasta for a cup of vegetables.

    Simply by eating less pasta or bread and more veggies, you could lose a dress or pants size in a year.

    You can save from 100-200 calories if you reduce the portion of starch on your plate and increase the amount of vegetables.

    Use non-food alternatives to cope with stress.

    Sooner or later, you’re going to be faced with a stressful situation. Instead of turning to food for comfort, be prepared with some non-food tactics that work for you.
    Reading a few chapters in a novel, listening to music, writing in a journal, practicing meditative deep breathing, or looking at a photo album of loved ones.

    Be physically active.

    Although it may seem counterintuitive, don’t use exercise either to punish yourself for eating or to “earn” the right to eat more.

    When you do, it sets up a negative thought pattern, which is why so many people say they hate to exercise.

    Instead, focus on how great you feel, how much better you sleep and how much more energy you have when you exercise. Physical activity is good for you whether you are trying to lose weight or not, so keep it positive and build a lifelong habit.

    Hope this is good enough

  14. Well I consider my lifestyle healthy, I believe that veggies and fruit are essential in a diet. I keep away from beef, pork, chicken, and sea food, if I have any is every blue moon. Water should be a big part too, I try an substitute soda, juice, and all that sugary stuff. My mother always taught us to make our own natural juice, since she considered that it was healthier and my favorite has been orange juice with carrot YUM!!! Exercise should be a big part as well, keeping our bodies active helps improve our health and reduces the chance of premature health issues. Well that’s my opinion on a healthy lifestyle 🙂

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  16. COMMITMENT! You can say you want a healthy lifestyle, start eating right, going to the gym, and using products…but at the end of the day, you have to have the commitment and heart because it’s not easy and it will only get harder day by day. I’m sure Mr. Clinton could tell you himself, it’s not an easy process

  17. Plenty of water! Yes, H2O is my best skin care tip for many reasons. To begin water helps maintain the balance of our body fluids. This is important seeing more than half of our body is made up of water! Water also performs vital functions which is protecting our tissues and organs, without water these wont function to their best ability. Another wonderful benefit to staying hydrated is that it keeps from having our skin look dry and wrinkly and give us a glowing complexion!. Water helps restore energy and keep us feeling our best. Next time you want that coffee or soft drink pass up on it for a glass of water and see the wonderful effects it will have on you!

  18. Positive thoughts always bring healthy & peaceful life,Negative thoughts always bring stress & unhappy life …once you change your thoughts in a positive way automatically you will be happy and understand the way of life much better than else ..meditation,cut off the bad eating habits,love & care the nature,take some time for exercising,walking & giggling…

  19. A healthy lifestyle requires healthy habits and sanitation along with a healthy diet. Start your day early, with fresh lemon squeezed in lukewarm water. It kills the bacteria inside of you and also helps fight acne. Exercise daily for at least 40-45 minutes, it not only burn the calories but keeps you active and healthy throughout the day. A vegan diet is great but do not cut down white meat from your diet, your body also requires proteins. Try eating salads as much as you can and drink a lot of water..!!! It cleanses and purifies your body from inside and also gives you a glowing skin.

    Always remember to moisture your skin and dont forget to remove all the makeup and also remember to do your night time routine before hitting the bed. 🙂

  20. A healthy lifestyle for me is recognizing that life is rich and beauty is everywhere. The mind and soul must be just as nourished as our bodies. As we feed ourselves, we must feed our thoughts. Unlocking the positive in our realities will help promote a happy, well-balanced and healthy lifestyle. Pampering yourself with positive energy and a bubble-bath never hurt anyone either. 😉

  21. never cut out food all together. although, cut out junk food from your diet, it will help tremendously. i suggest only eating healthy things like: veggies, beans, fruits, soy milk, tea, kale salad, tofo, etc. look up recipes for good vegan meals to make, there are substitute meats too so you still get the nutrition your body needs. Also get as much water as you can a day, its good for your skin and body. i drink about 5 bottles of water a day, my doctor said that is a good amount for my body since i’m 5’7 and weigh 110, so i would ask your doctor.

    surround yourself with positive energy! blocking out negative energy/stress, can help with hair loss and more. i love to meditate, which clears my mind and soothes my body. it takes off a big weight on my shoulders. surround yourself with people you love and love you back. do things that make you happy because it definitely shows in your beauty. Also you should exercise and stay in shape. its always good for your body, you want to be active and ready to go. Posture is very important thing too.

  22. I am seriously considering changing my diet to an all vegan diet. As for my tips I would say drink lots of water and green tea, exercise, and also keep as much stress out of your life. Stress can really take a toll on your body and how it functions.

  23. There are so many tips to be healthy.

    For me this are useless, unless you care.

    Anyone can know that “8 cups a day H2O, exercise regularly, balanced meals, no sugar…” and so on. We all should know that already.

    It’s not hard to live a healthy way, simply avoid what you know- what you feel – is wrong.

    Don’t ever do anything is excessive, but aim for moderation.

    Do whats right and don’t do it for anyone else. Forget about Societies standards, change the way you live your life because You want to.

    It’s all about you, because it is foolish to live your life for someone else.

    Once you find a real reason for wanting to change, than thats all the incentive needed.

    Theres no need for some weird health tip, just the basics.

    Start from the basics and build a strong foundation.

    That is the most important tip, build your life around caring for yourself.

    So that your mind, body, and soul can all be healthy.

  24. The balance and harmony is the key for healthy life. Food, exercise, sleeping hours may vary from person to person, so it is important to find what suits exactly to you. It is all about the energy flow. if it is abstracted by whatever emotion, food, worry, stress and etc.. the healthy life is impossible.

  25. For me my daily regime for living healthy is very simple. I follow the traditional way of having three meals a day. Waking up early is a plus and having a solid and balanced breaksfast. I also love drinking of lemon water I think it’s so much more delicious and the benefits are to die for for example clearer skin and it keeps your body refreshed and hydrated. I also think it’s important to have healthy snacks on hand at all times even when you’re just out running errands it helps you maintain healthier eating habits and also save you the money of having to buy snacks from outside. Lastly a good solid nights sleep is also another great benefit of being healthy. When you sleep the required 8hours a night your body feels energized the next day and also you won’t have to drink coffee to get that extra boost to complete your day.

  26. Fasting I would recommend as was encouraged by prophet Muhammad twice a week also we have been told by the last prophet that to leave one third stomach empty for air as well as for water and what space is left for food.

    Washing hands and eating with hands aids digestion, this has been scientifically a proven. Also eating in company and sharing food cuts down on obesity,and comfort eating.
    Buying food with money earned honestly will prevent us from wasting food and appreciating what is healthy rather than being ostentatious.
    All in all remember we are answerable to a higher authority and need to be not only just with animals but with all the food that God has made available to us,

  27. Theres a saying “you are what you eat”. I believe in that to the highest extreme. Eating healthy, and eating clean will only be the best for your body. It will show through your skin, and your skin is the largest organ of your body. Its most important to take care of it.. and that starts with what you put into your body. Along with lots of water and a reasonable amount of sleep, your inner beauty will show on the outside. Take care of your body! Its the only one you have!

  28. Wash your hands multiple times a day, try not to touch your face, always put lotion on your face even though it may feel oily, and do not use fabric softener when drying your pillow cases!

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