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Conquer Toxicity

Have you ever wondered if toxins could be affecting your health? It’s a good question to ask yourself! Toxicity can affect us our mood, how our gut feels, how our head and brain feels, how our skin looks, and much more! To find out if toxicity is affecting your health, take this free Toxicity Questionnaire….

Why can’t I get well?

This subject just might open up a can of worms (pun intended), however it’s one I feel we should all give some consideration to. According to Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman, eight out of ten people are affected by parasites in one way or another.  She learned this back in 1974 when studying with leading parasitologists….

It’s just a gallbladder!

Many of us have the impression that the gallbladder doesn’t “do” anything.  But this little 3″ organ underneath the liver has quite a job to do! The gallbladder is a storage sack for bile.  Bile is the yellow-green liquid that drips from the liver to help us digest the fats we eat, for one thing. …

Is your gut crying for help?

Pain, cramping, diarrhea, bloating are signs that the gut is not happy!  If this is so, one should find out what’s happening to CAUSE these symptoms. The small intestine has a big job to do- digesting and absorbing the nutrients from our food.  The large intestine, much shorter in length, also absorbs vitamin B12, minerals…

Digestive distress- NOT!!!

Hopefully you’re not one of millions of people who suffer digestive discomfort of one sort or another.  But if you experience uncomfortable symptoms after eating (and sometimes without eating) that’s not acceptable in my book! Eating healthy food should be pleasurable and not come with consequences like belching, bloating, queasiness, gas, reflucks, or even diarrhip! …

Acid blockers can be dangerous!

Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) like Nexium and Prilosec work by blocking our stomach acid (HCl).  however they can have serious side effects.  They have a negative impact on gut bacteria and this leads to an increase in the risk of several serious problems! One study from Stanford University noted the risk of myocardial infarction (heart…