Transport Media Keep the Nation Fresh with The Anti-Ageing Show (amazon) (shopzilla)


(PRWEB UK) 9 April 2013

Transport Media have managed an advertising campaign for audio and video services provider CRS Media, promoting their event The Anti-Ageing Show at London Olympia on the 11th and 12th May. The campaign will be present for 4 weeks across Greater Anglia Network and London trains, in the format of both portrait and landscape oriented rail passenger panels.

Two different creatives will advertise The Anti-Ageing Show, with one featuring the photographic image of a smiling female and another displaying a rear shot of a female raising her arms triumphantly. The Anti-Ageing Show logo is overlaid onto the images, accompanied by the venue and date. Both adverts are introduced with the headline look and feel fantastic whatever your age, followed by copy that conveys details of the show including topics and products covered by exhibitors. Booking details are supplemented with special offers which can be claimed through quoting the promotional code TRAIN, with a website and telephone number providing adequate contact information.

The Anti-Ageing Show offers a myriad of information, demonstrations and advice dedicated to combatting the inevitable signs of ageing for both men and women. The event will showcase innovative cosmetic treatments, such as laser eye surgery and The Cosmetic Skin Clinics procedure-free Coolsculpting fat removal, as well as offering valuable guidance in the fields of exercise, nutrition and beauty.

With a concrete history in the outdoor advertising arena, Transport Media are appropriately positioned to supply CRS Media with an effective marketing solution. The rail passenger panel format allows audiences to fully digest the advertising content, with the added incentive of a promotional code used to encourage onlookers to engage with the event.The dual targeting of London and Greater Anglia train networks allows the campaign to receive widespread coverage of geographically relevant spectators.








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    Too many people see a drug on TV or go to their doctor for routine care and come away with a prescription for something that they may or may not need. A recent study showed that the average American aged 19 to 64 now takes nearly 12 prescription drugs! We need to learn to just say, No. Im sorry, but I am not going to take that drug without investigating the side effects and evaluating for myself if that is what I want to do. The first step toward taking charge of your health is to eat right and exercise. Then you need to optimize the nutrients that have been proven to help keep you healthy, says Ms Bowman.

    According to a recent study by Britain’s Institute of Human Nutrition and School of Medicine, Omega 3 fatty acids from fatty fish increase the activity of phagocytes, which are cells that fight the flu by eating up bacteria. Omega 3 fish oils also contain selenium and vitamin D, which also help to protect us from viruses. Other research shows that Omega 3s increase airflow and protect your lungs from respiratory infections.

    What else helps to combat colds and flus? Ms Bowman says, There are many old favorites and some that are just being investigated. It is very important to do everything we can to keep our immune systems up. That includes helping ourselves to avoid the flu, but it also means lowering our overall inflammation levels, and our cardiovascular and cancer risks. It is up to each of us to do what we can to stay healthy, because this earth is not a generally healthy place to live with; increased environmental toxins, lower nutrition in our processed foods, and radically higher overall stress levels!

    Yogurt or Kefir: In an article by Pure Matters, an online magazine, Shift workers who consumed a drink containing Lactobacillus reuteri, a probiotic that appears to stimulate infection-fighting white blood cells, were 33 percent less likely to take sick days than those who took a placebo, according to an 80-day Swedish study published in Environmental Health.

    Zinc: According to Rodale Press in a recent article, 30 mg taken at the very start of a cold will shorten it by about half a day, says David L. Katz, MD, MPH, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center.

    Black Tea: According to a Harvard Study, Drinking five cups a day for two weeks can turn your immune system’s T cells into “Hulk cells” that produce 10 times more interferon, a protein that battles cold and flu infections.

    Mushrooms: According to Paul Stamets from Fungi Perfecti, The immune system is activated multifactorially by many components in mushrooms. Beta-glucans are just one. Other constituents include but are not limited to alpha-glucans, ergothioneines, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory sterols, lipids, glycosides, and mycoflavonoidsmany of which work synergistically to optimize health.

    Garlic: According to Dr Mercola, Garlic is a potent antimicrobial that kills bacteria, viruses and fungi. Ideally this should be in fresh form, eaten raw and crushed with a spoon just before eating.

    Vitamin D: Scientists have proposed that low levels of vitamin D may predispose individuals to succumbing to potentially dangerous respiratory infections.

    Astragalus: This Chinese root is shown to stimulate the white blood cells that fight infection, says Prevention advisor Andrew Weil, MD. A study published in 2007 found that astragalus appears to boost immunity in mice. And a pilot study suggests that the herb may have similar effects in people.

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    Gail Bowman has owned and operated Health Food Emporium, an online health food store that ships world wide, for 10 years. Health Food Emporium specializes in whole food supplements. Gail Bowman is also an author, and a Senior Vice President for Beyond Organic, an online source for truly organic, hormone free, green fed beef, dairy products and snacks.








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