What Exactly Is iZumio And How Is It Beneficial To The Body

There is something new in the market that has been around for centuries but seems to have made its mark now. After research and a series of tests, rich hydrogenated water is a much better option than medication. The brand iZumio has gone through the water purification cutting edge process and does not have any adverse effects. The heavy metals, fluoride, chemicals and many other toxins are filtered making the product a great beverage! Naturally, with anything that goes through these serious rounds, the price is going to be high. Given the fact that it will cut down medication down the line, it is worth the investment. The water is natural and free from any chemicals not to mention delicious.

Let us look at some of the benefits of hydrogen water and its effects on the body.
Damaged cells are repaired effectively over time. Drinking hydrogen water acts as a coating to the damaged cells and prevents them from becoming free radicals.
Early aging occurs because of a bad lifestyle and stress related disorders, among other factors. Due to oxidative damage, the skin and the body automatically goes into an overdrive making a person look older than her/his years. The water helps iron out the chinks.
Many neurological illness and even cancerous cells are removed quite effectively with the right quantities of hydrogen water.
Thyroid disorders the world over have increased over time. Brittleness of the bone and osteoarthritis, impaired levels of cognitive development, breast cancer, and prostate cancer and many other long term and life threatening illnesses are quite common. The water helps iron out the problems effectively.
Sexual impotency, erectile dysfunction, the normal cyclic growth of girls and boys has both increased and decreased rather alarmingly because of a variety of factors. The right amounts of iZumio water will help kids and adults alike in having a normal life.
Hydrogen water protects the brain from a stroke, which occurs (usually) due to constant oxidative stress. It also helps cutting back on age related disorders like dementia.
In a nutshell, the advantages are huge. Considering that you can turn the clock and reverse aging, improve the quality of the bones, energize the brain and improve your sex life, this product is a wonder. Studies have proven that there are serious benefits for the body with the right amounts of hydrogen water. The product is definitely expensive, but the price of medication is also quite heavy. Ergo, this is a much better alternative.

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Clothing with “Reference” Summer 2006 Studio Magazine

In well-kept brownstone on the tree-lined streets of Sugar Hill

Sistahs of Harlem has set up shop. White walls surround racks of colorful clothing, tables topped with scissors, paper, pencils and fabric, and shelf upon shelf of research. Carmen Webber and Carmia Marshall, the savvy couturiers behind Sistahs of Harlem, have mastered the art of mélange.

Since 2001, their eclectic and elegant creations have graced the streets of New York City and beyond, with women’s wear that ranges from military-chic miniskirts to Grecian-inspired dresses, and from ornamented hat to t-shirts with ruffled, knit sleeves. Inspired by the fusion of cultures and tasted in New York’s global community, Sistahs of Harlem pieces are cute, conscious and ladylike, and pay homage to groundbreaking African Americans such as Assasta Shakur, James Baldwin, and Billie Holiday.

Because they are dedicated to creating what Webber call “clothing with reference,” Marshall and Webber don’t simply blend the colors and patterns of different aesthetics in search of a new trend. Instead, they quote diverse ideologies, moods and movements, mixing media in the broadcast sense: the intellectual avant-garde meets the sumptuousness of silk screens, the written word meets the pinstripe and a soaring guitar solo meets the detailed embellishments of a denim jacket. Past collections include the visionary less Femmes du Monde, the prescient Rastafarian Street Punk, Sisterhood of Wings’ aria to the female firsts in flight and this spring Cosmopolitan Goddes, a modern ode to femininity-of-color. This summer, a how-to that puts a Sistahs spin on a sportswear classic. With their customary blend of vintage and couture, Webber and Marshall reveal step-by-step secrets that transform t-shirts into halters, peasant blouses, tube tops and camisoles with a twist.

Telling the stories of women of color through fashion, Webber and Marshall merge the political with the simply beautiful, proving that fashion can be as intelligent as it is stylish. Sistahs of Harlem continues to affirm and build upon the legacy of adornment that is so rich in this neighborhood – no doubt Harlem’s spot on the fashion map is in good hands.

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Now hear this: Carmen Webber and Carmia Marshall, the beauties beauties behind the Sistahs of Harlem clothing line, want it made clear that they have not abandoned the beloved community that fuels their creativity. Sure, their current studio/showroom boasts a Tribeca address, but the decision to head downtown was pragmatic, not pretentious. “The gentrification (of Harlem) is a wonderful thing,” says Webber, a former model turned designer from North Carolina. “But it pushed a small company like ours out.” So, until they’re able to attain the capital (preferably through investors) to return, they continue to produce the edgy clothing that stylish celebrities like Alicia Keys, Iman, Eve and Erykah Badu clamor for. Or more specifically, assures Webber, “We’re still representing the true essence of Harlem.”

A large part of that essence, says Marshall, is the stimulating cultural synthesis that exists there. “I’ve always known about Harlem,” says Flint, Michigan, native who got her fashion start working as a wardrobe stylist for film and television. “It’s a microcosm of so many different things: nationalities, personalities, and careers. It’s a melting pot, and why not mirror that in fashion?”

Sistahs of Harlem reflects Harlem’s many facets through an eclectic mix of high fashion and sportswear that they call ”street couture.” Says Webber, “Urban style has come to mean hip-hop, baggy tops epieces like the deconstructed pinstripe Zora Neale Hurston Suit or the Lena Horne t-shirt with slit know sleeves, they pay tribute to legendary Harlem. Their Rasta Punk collection, a variety of sexy reconstructed t-shirts, dresses, and hot pants emblazoned with Jamaican themes, is a sartorial big-up to the colorful Caribbean vibe now evident uptown. And Sistahs of Harlem’s desire to inform is just as strong as their passion for fashion. Last fall, their flight-themed Sistahood of Wings collection celebrated pioneering female aviators of color like Bessie Coleman and Katherine Chenung.

For Spring and summer 2006, the Sistahs have created Cosmopolitan Goddess, a cool eceletic line of Eastern-inspired tops, skirts, dresses and pants that are sure to put stylish divas in touch with their higher fashion selves. They’ve also debuted a lower-priced line of funky t-shirts and separates under the Angels of Harlem label. And, for the record, the Sistahs plan to come back to Harlem this March by opening a private showroom uptown.