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A lot happens while we are asleep. The brain forms new pathways to help you learn and remember information. Sleep is also involved in healing and repairing your heart and blood vessels. Deep sleep triggers the release of hormones that boosts muscle mass and helps repair cells and tissues. Without good quality sleep we can become less productive and make more mistakes. Let’s take a look at the impact poor sleep has on our wellbeing:

Brain function

Concentration, cognition, productivity and performance all suffer when you are sleep deprived. Research has shown that lack of sleep can affect aspects of brain function in a similar way to alcohol intoxication. Good quality sleep on the other hand can improve problem solving skills and boost memory performance.

Chronic Disease

Sleep quality and duration can have a major effect on many health risk factors, which can lead to chronic disease including heart disease. Studies show that people who sleep less than 7 hours a night have a much greater risk of heart disease or stroke. Poor sleep habits also affect blood sugar, which puts us at an increased risk of type 2 diabetes. A small loss of sleep has been shown to impair immune function making us more vulnerable to infections and it causes inflammation and cell damage which puts us at higher risk of autoimmune conditions such as Hashimoto’s disease or Crohn’s.

Depression

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Weight Gain

Poor sleep and particularly short sleep duration is closely linked to increased weight gain. The disruption to hormone function as well as a lack of motivation to exercise and increased appetite are all associated with lack of sleep. Sleep helps maintain a healthy balance of the hormones that make you feel hungry (ghrelin) or full (leptin). When you don't get enough sleep, your level of ghrelin goes up and your level of leptin goes down. This makes you feel hungrier than when you're well rested.  In fact not getting enough sleep is one of the strongest risk factors for obesity.

Skin Health

Lack of sleep can play havoc on your skin too. Your body boosts blood flow to the skin while you sleep so that you wake to a healthy, radiant glow. Too little sleep and your complexion can look dull and lifeless. Not to mention the dark circles under your eyes!

So how do we ensure a better night’s sleep? Life is busy but it’s important to get to bed at a reasonable time – no more burning the midnight oil! Turn off the devices well before bedtime – the blue hue can impact the brain’s ability to wind down. Have a regular bedtime schedule and try a relaxing pre-bedtime routine, which might include a warm bath with essential oils such as lavender or cedarwood. Take regular exercise and make sure your bedroom is a calm , comfortable environment to induce sleep.

Along with nutrition and exercise, sleep truly is one of the essential pillars of good health and our bodies simply cannot function at an optimal level without it.  So, put sleep back on your list of priorities and wake up to a healthier, happier you!

 

 
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Chronic Disease

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Weight Gain

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Skin Health

Lack of sleep can play havoc on your skin too. Your body boosts blood flow to the skin while you sleep so that you wake to a healthy, radiant glow. Too little sleep and your complexion can look dull and lifeless. Not to mention the dark circles under your eyes!

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                    [post_content] => More and more young people are being diagnosed with lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid disease, psoriasis, celiac disease and the list goes on! While there can be a genetic component to some of these diseases, this epidemic points to something changing in our lifestyles that is having a major impact on our health and wellbeing.

In this age of technology it is easy to dig deep and find abundant research, which shows that gut health is closely intertwined with autoimmunity. The rise of autoimmune disease can be attributed to many factors including toxins in our air and water, overuse of medications, exposure to mould, chronic stress or viral infections but the overwhelming evidence suggests that the most important factor is the standard western diet. High in fast foods, carbohydrates and GM ingredients that are low in fibre, vegetables and antioxidants, our diets are causing inflammation levels to sore – and this is how autoimmune disease begins.

The focus on gut health and our overall wellbeing has been thrust into the limelight for some time now and we are all becoming more aware of the importance of looking after our gut. Also known as the second brain, the gut is packed with microorganisms to regulate and protect the gut lining. If the lining becomes compromised it allows toxins and foreign substances like food to enter the blood stream – this is known as “leaky gut”. Over time, this excessive toxin overload triggers the start of an autoimmune disease.

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While conventional doctors can be very sceptical about the impact of diet on autoimmunity, as masters of our own health, we need to have the confidence to do our own research and make changes to find what works.

The link between autoimmune disease and gut health is undeniable and with so many potentially painful, debilitating symptoms of autoimmunity, exploring all our options is a must. Relatively simple changes could mean a return to optimal health, and one thing we all know by now is that health is a gift and one we can absolutely take control of.

 
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                    [post_content] => That’s right, the stuff that helps us absorb calcium to maintain our cells, bones and teeth and support muscle development and our immune system. The vitamin that provides a completely free and harmless prevention of osteoporosis, depression, prostate cancer, breast cancer, diabetes and obesity – all there in the sunlight that we, in Australia, are so fortunate to enjoy.

UVB radiation from the sun converts cholesterol in our skin into vitamin D and yet aren’t we continuously being told that UVB is bad and must be avoided?  Well yes, but like most things in life, a balance must be struck. There is no one-rule-fits-all, a lot depends on where you live. The closer you are to the equator, the harsher the sun. So if you live in South Australia you will need more exposure to UVB than those in the North.  But, make no mistake – we all need it!

An easy way to achieve the right balance is to stay covered up and out of the sun when the radiation is at its highest, around the hours of midday (and this applies more during the warmer months). Simple really!

If you are finding it dicult to achieve the right balance, you can take a supplement or try to eat more fatty fish and eggs, although research shows that obtaining sucient vitamin D through your diet is extremely difficult.

With the health benefits of adequate vitamin D levels so overwhelming, never has there been a better excuse to throw open the doors and step into the sunshine
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                    [post_content] => Feeling healthy and confident in your own body is priceless, so investing time into exercise is a lifestyle choice completely worth the effort.
So, what are the benefits of regular exercise?
- A boost in mental health with an increase in positive outlook.
- That euphoric feeling from your natural endorphins that make you feel amazing.
- Long term health benefits, including improved cardiovascular and cognitive function.
- Reduced stress levels and less anxiety.
- Self confidence surges in leaps and bounds.
- You look fabulous!

With so much motivation to get you started on your exercise journey, it can still be difficult to know where to start.
Here are our top tips to get you going:
1. Our days are often filled with work and other commitments so plan to workout in the mornings. You will start your day with more energy and your efficiency and productivity will increase.
2. Make a workout plan to keep you on track. Write down your goals so you can refer to them later when you are in need of inspiration.
3. Train with a friend to make you more accountable for turning up to your workouts! It will make it all the more fun too.
4. Find balance. Rest and recovery is just as important as exercise itself. You need to listen to your body - don’t push yourself too hard if you’re feeling worn out, and give your muscles a rest if they are sore.
5. Nourish yourself. As your body uses more energy, ensure you are feeding yourself the nutrients you need to recover properly. A protein boost will stimulate your energy levels and immunity as well as help combat hunger cravings. Lean meat, fish, eggs, nuts are all great sources of protein.

Beginning any new lifestyle change is never easy but the rewards will far outweigh the challenges.
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                    [post_content] => All around us we witness heightened activity as life picks up its pace and inspires us to become more energetic.
Not quite feeling it? You are not alone! If your body feels less like a temple and more like a building in dire need of renovation, then it is time to spruce it up with a detox program.
Detoxing is not just for those who indulged in too many hot chocolates over winter. Detox programs can be ideal for anyone suffering from low energy, frequent headaches, hormonal imbalances, digestive issues and weakened immune systems.
Here are our steps to a successful detox:
- Choose fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables.Buy organic produce when possible.
- Avoid packaged and processed foods.
- Read ingredient lists on products to ensure that the food does not contain high amounts of saturated fat or sugar.
- Add fresh vegetable juice to your diet and avoid alcohol and coffee.
- Move your body – gentle exercise such as yoga, walking and swimming stimulate the natural detox process.
With an abundance of fresh produce available,Spring is the perfect time to start a detox.
So while you are busy spring cleaning your home, do some spring cleaning to your body too!
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                    [post_content] => This gentle form of exercise that brings harmony to your mind, body and soul is, understandably, a popular way to keep fit, look good and feel spectacular.

The harmonising beliefs of yoga are rooted in ancient Indian philosophy. A belief so strong and so resonant, it stretches right through to the present day when yoga still provides people all over the world with a sense of peace, happiness and strength.

So, what exactly are the health perks of practising yoga?

- Increased Flexibility
Yoga provides gentle ways to mobilise stiff joints, it strengthens the muscular-skeletal system and helps maintain a strong bone structure.

- A Healthy Heart
Yoga helps to improve the function of the cardio-vascular system. During yoga practise the heart rate actually slows down, while the blood circulation increases, creating a balancing effect for people suffering from blood pressure problems.

- Improved Digestion
Many yoga positions have a massaging effect on the organs located in the abdominal area.  During yoga the blood circulation supplying these organs increases, which stimulates digestion and aids the detoxification process.

- Relaxation and Stress Management
Stress produces a state of physical and mental tension. As a form of mind-body medicine, yoga positions relax the body by easing the tension in muscles and joints, while the breathing and meditation techniques have a positive impact on the nervous system, relaxing mind and body.

As gentle and spiritual as it is, yoga packs a real punch when it comes to improving your physical and mental health.  That has to be something worth trying!
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                    [post_content] => In a world of ever increasing speed, ever-expanding to-do lists and high expectations we place upon ourselves, we believe it’s time to step off the treadmill at every possible opportunity, to focus on our health and wellbeing and put ourselves first.
This is true for everybody, of course, not just mums; physical and mental health issues are on the rise and we have the power to change it.
Here are some of our top tips for taking some “you” time, any time you need it!
1 Sleep in. The health eects of poor quality sleep is cumulative. Treat yourself to a full night of sleep – begin with a warm lavender scented bath to soothe and try some meditation to relax the mind.
2 Exercise unwind. Cleanse your body by working up a sweat. Take it slow if you’re starting out - a walk or a dance – the natural endorphins are the perfect pick me up too!
3 Laugh. Hang out with your friends or watch your favourite comedy on TV. Whatever you choose, laugh hard and laugh long.
4 Grab a cup of green tea. Rich in antioxidants, drinking green tea promotes healthy skin, strengthens the heart, controls weight and protects against disease.
5 Read. Grab your favorite novel and find a quiet corner so you can relax, uninterrupted, for a couple hours.
6 Practise yoga. Yoga helps increase flexibility and strength. Through proper breathing and mindfulness, yoga also helps relieve stress, calm the mind and refresh the spirit.
7 Spa sensation. If you have the time and the means, treat yourself to a massage and a facial (with one of our fabulous Gernétic therapists) – there’s truly no better way than to bliss out under the spell of Gernétic.
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                    [post_excerpt] => May equals Mother’s Day – that one special day when mums are meant to relax, be pampered and let someone else run the show for a change!
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                    [post_content] => It’s never easy, as we wistfully bid farewell to the gorgeous long Summer break, but with a positive attitude and a happy heart, the start of the year can be full of new possibilities to keep you glowing all year long!

Here are some top tips to make sure the year ahead is positive and happy:

Words have power

Choose to rid your mind of negative words like can’t or impossible. By changing your mindset to a positive one, you will discover just how much you can actually achieve!

Real Reads

Choose to fill your shelves with inspirational stories – how people have faced the odds and survived.  Surround yourself with motivational examples which you can bring into your own life.

Get Organised

Declutter and organise, keep to-do-lists and free up space and time for yourself in the process!

Walk

Get out every day for a walk – perfect for clearing the mind, it can make all the difference to your day.

Make happiness your priority

Make this year about doing the things you love and focussing on your happiness. Life is a journey and each day needs to be lived to the fullest; living in the present moment is vital and empowering.

No looking back or worrying about the future – today is all that counts.
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                    [post_excerpt] => So, the holiday season is over and it’s time to get back into the swing of things!

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                    [post_content] => As the body’s largest and fastest growing organ, our skin needs to be treated with love and care, especially during the winter months.
Here are our 3 top tips to help your skin stay hydrated and thrive :

1.    Use natural ingredients on your skin.
The skin absorbs the products we put on it, so we need to be sure we are only applying products with safe and nourishing ingredients.  Gernétic skincare is packed full of vital and essential nutrients, with a rich composition of proteins and amino acids, to empower skin cells with regenerative and protective functions.
2.    Heal your gut!
A clear connection has been shown between the gut microbiome and the skin, particularly relating to conditions such as acne rosacea, eczema and dermatitis.  Understanding how the foods we eat or may not eat enough of, can be affecting our skin health is essential.  By  addressing  your gut health you will be well on your way to healthy, hydrated and more vibrant skin.
3.    Good fats are key.
Is your diet good for your skin?  It needs to be!  Getting the efficient nutrients from a whole foods based diet is important, in order to achieve and maintain proper skin health and hydration.
Cut down on certain foods such as  dairy and refined sugar in order to lower the secretion of the stress hormone cortisol and minimize breakouts.   Fill up on fresh vegetables and fruit, nuts and seeds, high quality meat, seafood and eggs to  obtain plenty of antioxidants, zinc and collagen building proteins.
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                    [post_content] => It’s true! Tea, which is rich in polyphenols (molecules that have antioxidant properties), can help keep your skin hydrated, reverse the effects of UV damage, and reduce inflammation.  Pretty amazing, right?

While drinking tea may have a positive impact on your complexion, applying products infused with tea extracts can be beneficial, too.

One of our favourites is Chamomile...a skin superhero.  In fact, many Gernétic products use the properties from the chamomile flower for its skin healing powers.

Chamomile has been used for generations to help relieve dry, patchy skin and to treat rashes and inflammatory skin conditions.  It contains flavonoids that have a strong inhibitory effect on free radicals, helping to protect the skin against the signs of ageing.
Chamomile is known to heal, soothe, fight acne, treat puffy eyes and dark circles.

Drinking chamomile tea regularly, nourishes and moisturises the skin from the inside and it tastes delicious too!
Now, rug up and enjoy!
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                    [post_excerpt] => We know that drinking certain kinds of tea can be good for our health, but did you know that some teas also have skin benefits? 
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                    [post_content] => Why? It’s simple – laughter makes us feel great! It can improve your health, well being, beauty, and make your relationships closer and stronger. Laughter is also an excellent tool for dealing with stress or conflict. It improves your outlook on life, can defuse anger and help relieve sadness. Laughter can also boost your energy levels.

Laughter is shown to reduce stress hormones, which have been shown to accelerate aging and disease. It is a powerful tool to help you relax. A good belly-laugh can relieve muscle tension, making you feel more calm.

Laugher is a great anti-ageing treatment! When we laugh, we use a lot of muscles and it helps stimulate our immune system as well as heart and blood circulation, improves lung capacity and exercises facial and abdominal muscles. It also releases infection-fighting antibodies.

Medical studies have shown that 10 minutes of laughter can diminish chronic pain for up to 2 hours and laughing as little as ten minutes a day can lower your risk of heart disease by 10%.

Laughter also improves your outlook on life, encouraging an optimistic and positive attitude. It can carry you through the hard times, and help you bounce back from disappointments.

Best of all laughter contagious! So when you laugh you triger laughter in others, which leads to greater well being all round. So don’t hold back- look at the funny side and get your giggle on.
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                    [post_excerpt] => Got the giggles? If not, it might be time to step out of serious mode and take a walk on the silly side- for your health and beauty's sake!
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                    [post_content] => Like most people we’re planning our New Years resolutions with gusto. Members of our team have decided to laugh more and sweat the small stuff less, to practice gratitude, and drink more water, to get out into the sunshine everyday, and to always take our makeup off before bed! Some of us have also set more concrete goals to exercise daily, lose weight, or pay off our credit cards.

It’s easy to feel motivated to achieve new goals at the beginning of the year, but as January slides into February we can lose momentum. Here are our top 5 tips to staying on course.

1. Baby steps

Dream big, start small! Bite size goals are a lot more manageable than choosing something with an overwhelming scope. If you have a goal of exercising for an hour a day, but currently don’t exercise at all, then you may be setting yourself up for failure. Instead, start small with goals that are easy to manage, such as walking for 10 minutes a day for one month. At the end of the month, review your goal and extend it. Consistency is the key!

2. Write it down

Pull out your paper, your stickers and glitter and put this baby on paper! Be playful, make your goal your own, but most importantly write it down! Once you have it on paper stick it where you see it everyday, often.

3. Share your goal

Tell others about what you’re trying to achieve. Let your family and friends know that this is important to you, and how they can support you. Post it on a blog, or tweet it or otherwise make a public commitment that you feel accountable to.

4. Be positive

We all have good and bad days. If you fall off track with particular goal it can be easy to beat yourself up, call yourself a failure and list all the reasons why you’ll never be able to achieve your goal. Needless to say this isn’t very useful. Recognise negative self-talk and stop it in it’s tracks! Positive change doesn’t come from beating yourself up, but from a positive mind set. Forgive yourself for any back-slide and move on. Tell yourself you can do it- you really can!

5. Get excited

Get worked up! You are worth the changes you want to make, and you deserve to feel good about it. Dream about how amazing it will be to have excelled at your goal! Seek inspiration from others. Read about people who have successfully done this, or something similar, before you. Get your google on and see how others have made it happen. You can too. Use this positive mojo to push you forward. [post_title] => Keeping your Resolutions [post_excerpt] => One year over and other beginning! We’re so excited to make 2016 our best one yet! 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Sleep is also involved in healing and repairing your heart and blood vessels. Deep sleep triggers the release of hormones that boosts muscle mass and helps repair cells and tissues. Without good quality sleep we can become less productive and make more mistakes. Let’s take a look at the impact poor sleep has on our wellbeing: Brain function Concentration, cognition, productivity and performance all suffer when you are sleep deprived. Research has shown that lack of sleep can affect aspects of brain function in a similar way to alcohol intoxication. Good quality sleep on the other hand can improve problem solving skills and boost memory performance. Chronic Disease Sleep quality and duration can have a major effect on many health risk factors, which can lead to chronic disease including heart disease. Studies show that people who sleep less than 7 hours a night have a much greater risk of heart disease or stroke. Poor sleep habits also affect blood sugar, which puts us at an increased risk of type 2 diabetes. A small loss of sleep has been shown to impair immune function making us more vulnerable to infections and it causes inflammation and cell damage which puts us at higher risk of autoimmune conditions such as Hashimoto’s disease or Crohn’s. Depression Mental health issues, such as depression, are strongly linked to poor quality sleep and sleeping disorders such as insomnia or sleep apnea. Poor sleep is even associated with a higher risk of suicide. Weight Gain Poor sleep and particularly short sleep duration is closely linked to increased weight gain. The disruption to hormone function as well as a lack of motivation to exercise and increased appetite are all associated with lack of sleep. Sleep helps maintain a healthy balance of the hormones that make you feel hungry (ghrelin) or full (leptin). When you don't get enough sleep, your level of ghrelin goes up and your level of leptin goes down. This makes you feel hungrier than when you're well rested.  In fact not getting enough sleep is one of the strongest risk factors for obesity. Skin Health Lack of sleep can play havoc on your skin too. Your body boosts blood flow to the skin while you sleep so that you wake to a healthy, radiant glow. Too little sleep and your complexion can look dull and lifeless. Not to mention the dark circles under your eyes! So how do we ensure a better night’s sleep? Life is busy but it’s important to get to bed at a reasonable time – no more burning the midnight oil! Turn off the devices well before bedtime – the blue hue can impact the brain’s ability to wind down. Have a regular bedtime schedule and try a relaxing pre-bedtime routine, which might include a warm bath with essential oils such as lavender or cedarwood. Take regular exercise and make sure your bedroom is a calm , comfortable environment to induce sleep. Along with nutrition and exercise, sleep truly is one of the essential pillars of good health and our bodies simply cannot function at an optimal level without it.  So, put sleep back on your list of priorities and wake up to a healthier, happier you!     [post_title] => Wake Up to Sleep! [post_excerpt] => Feeling tired? We all recognise the importance of healthy eating and exercising in maintaining optimal health, but what about sleep? 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    [original_post_type_name] => skin-conditions
)

CPT: Treatment

WP_Post_Type Object
(
    [name] => skin-treatments
    [label] => Treatments
    [labels] => stdClass Object
        (
            [name] => Treatments
            [singular_name] => Treatment
            [add_new] => Add New
            [add_new_item] => Add New Treatment
            [edit_item] => Edit Skin Treatment
            [new_item] => New Skin Treatment
            [view_item] => View Treatments
            [search_items] => Search Treatments
            [not_found] => No treatments found
            [not_found_in_trash] => No treatments found in trash
            [parent_item_colon] => Parent Page
            [all_items] => Treatments
            [archives] => Treatments
            [insert_into_item] => Insert into page
            [uploaded_to_this_item] => Uploaded to this page
            [featured_image] => Featured Image
            [set_featured_image] => Set featured image
            [remove_featured_image] => Remove featured image
            [use_featured_image] => Use as featured image
            [filter_items_list] => Filter pages list
            [items_list_navigation] => Pages list navigation
            [items_list] => Pages list
            [menu_name] => Treatments
            [name_admin_bar] => Treatment
        )

    [description] => Treatments for conditions
    [public] => 1
    [hierarchical] => 1
    [exclude_from_search] => 
    [publicly_queryable] => 1
    [show_ui] => 1
    [show_in_menu] => 1
    [show_in_nav_menus] => 1
    [show_in_admin_bar] => 1
    [menu_position] => 57
    [menu_icon] => /images/iconTreatment.jpg
    [capability_type] => post
    [map_meta_cap] => 1
    [register_meta_box_cb] => 
    [taxonomies] => Array
        (
        )

    [has_archive] => 1
    [query_var] => skin-treatments
    [can_export] => 1
    [delete_with_user] => 
    [_builtin] => 
    [_edit_link] => post.php?post=%d
    [cap] => stdClass Object
        (
            [edit_post] => edit_post
            [read_post] => read_post
            [delete_post] => delete_post
            [edit_posts] => edit_posts
            [edit_others_posts] => edit_others_posts
            [publish_posts] => publish_posts
            [read_private_posts] => read_private_posts
            [read] => read
            [delete_posts] => delete_posts
            [delete_private_posts] => delete_private_posts
            [delete_published_posts] => delete_published_posts
            [delete_others_posts] => delete_others_posts
            [edit_private_posts] => edit_private_posts
            [edit_published_posts] => edit_published_posts
            [create_posts] => edit_posts
        )

    [rewrite] => Array
        (
            [slug] => skin-treatments
            [with_front] => 1
            [pages] => 1
            [feeds] => 1
            [ep_mask] => 1
        )

    [cctm_hierarchical_custom] => 
    [cctm_hierarchical_includes_drafts] => 
    [cctm_hierarchical_post_types] => Array
        (
        )

    [cctm_custom_columns_enabled] => 1
    [post_type] => skin-treatments
    [cctm_show_in_menu] => 1
    [cctm_show_in_menu_custom] => 
    [rewrite_with_front] => 1
    [permalink_action] => /%postname%/
    [rewrite_slug] => 
    [include_in_search] => 1
    [include_in_rss] => 1
    [cctm_enable_right_now] => 0
    [custom_order] => ASC
    [use_default_menu_icon] => 
    [is_active] => 1
    [custom_fields] => Array
        (
            [0] => prodYouTube
            [1] => treat_RelatedProducts
        )

    [cctm_custom_columns] => Array
        (
            [0] => title
            [1] => date
            [2] => treat_RelatedProducts
        )

    [map_field_metabox] => Array
        (
            [prodYouTube] => cctm_default
            [treat_RelatedProducts] => cctm_default
        )

    [original_post_type_name] => skin-treatments
)

TAX: product_category

stdClass Object
(
    [labels] => stdClass Object
        (
            [name] => Product Categories
            [singular_name] => Product Categories
            [search_items] => Search Categories
            [popular_items] => 
            [all_items] => Product Categories
            [parent_item] => Parent Category
            [parent_item_colon] => Parent Category:
            [edit_item] => Edit Category
            [view_item] => View Category
            [update_item] => Update Category
            [add_new_item] => Add New Category
            [new_item_name] => New Category Name
            [separate_items_with_commas] => 
            [add_or_remove_items] => 
            [choose_from_most_used] => 
            [not_found] => No categories found.
            [no_terms] => No categories
            [items_list_navigation] => Categories list navigation
            [items_list] => Categories list
            [menu_name] => Product Categories
            [name_admin_bar] => Product Categories
            [archives] => Product Categories
        )

    [description] => 
    [public] => 1
    [publicly_queryable] => 1
    [hierarchical] => 1
    [show_ui] => 1
    [show_in_menu] => 1
    [show_in_nav_menus] => 1
    [show_tagcloud] => 1
    [show_in_quick_edit] => 1
    [show_admin_column] => 
    [meta_box_cb] => post_categories_meta_box
    [rewrite] => Array
        (
            [with_front] => 
            [hierarchical] => 
            [ep_mask] => 0
            [slug] => skincare/products/category
        )

    [query_var] => product_category
    [update_count_callback] => 
    [_builtin] => 
    [label] => Product Categories
    [singular_label] => Product Category
    [cap] => stdClass Object
        (
            [manage_terms] => manage_categories
            [edit_terms] => manage_categories
            [delete_terms] => manage_categories
            [assign_terms] => edit_posts
        )

    [name] => product_category
    [object_type] => Array
        (
            [0] => product
        )

)

TAX: gernetic-faq

stdClass Object
(
    [labels] => stdClass Object
        (
            [name] => faqs
            [singular_name] => faq
            [search_items] => Search faqs
            [popular_items] => 
            [all_items] => All faqs
            [parent_item] => Parent faq
            [parent_item_colon] => Parent faq:
            [edit_item] => Edit faq
            [view_item] => View Category
            [update_item] => Update faq
            [add_new_item] => Add new faq
            [new_item_name] => New faq question
            [separate_items_with_commas] => Separate faqs with commas
            [add_or_remove_items] => Add / Remove faqs
            [choose_from_most_used] => Choose from most used faqs
            [not_found] => No categories found.
            [no_terms] => No categories
            [items_list_navigation] => Categories list navigation
            [items_list] => Categories list
            [menu_name] => faq categories
            [name_admin_bar] => faq
            [archives] => All faqs
        )

    [description] => 
    [public] => 1
    [publicly_queryable] => 1
    [hierarchical] => 1
    [show_ui] => 1
    [show_in_menu] => 1
    [show_in_nav_menus] => 1
    [show_tagcloud] => 1
    [show_in_quick_edit] => 1
    [show_admin_column] => 1
    [meta_box_cb] => post_categories_meta_box
    [rewrite] => Array
        (
            [with_front] => 1
            [hierarchical] => 
            [ep_mask] => 0
            [0] => 
            [slug] => gernetic-faq
        )

    [query_var] => gernetic-faq
    [update_count_callback] => 
    [_builtin] => 
    [cap] => stdClass Object
        (
            [manage_terms] => manage_categories
            [edit_terms] => manage_categories
            [delete_terms] => manage_categories
            [assign_terms] => edit_posts
        )

    [name] => gernetic-faq
    [object_type] => Array
        (
            [0] => post
            [1] => faq
        )

    [label] => faqs
)

Reg. Image Sizes

Array
(
    [thumbnail] => Thumbnail
    [medium] => Medium
    [medium_large] => medium_large
    [large] => Large
    [home-page] => home-page
    [full] => Full Size
)

Styles

  • mp-store-theme
  • genesis-sample-theme
  • bootstrap
  • uikit
  • gernetic
  • tooltip-css
  • bootstrap-modal
  • mrjswp
  • mrcss
  • jqcss
  • sabai
  • sabai-font-awesome
  • sabai-googlemaps
  • sabai-directory

Scripts

  • ajax-login-script
  • jquery
  • mr_tracking
  • mp-ajax-js
  • bootstrap
  • bootstrap-modal
  • gernetic
  • jqui
  • jquery-dotdotdot
  • jquery-tooltip
  • jquery-scripts
  • gPlus
  • wp-embed

Reg. CPTs

  • product
  • skin-conditions
  • skin-treatments
  • faq
  • reviews
  • skincare_quiz
  • promotions
  • ontrapage

Reg. Tax

  • category
  • post_tag
  • nav_menu
  • link_category
  • post_format
  • product_category
  • product_tag
  • gernetic-faq
  • ml-slider

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