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Enzymes Explained There are two kinds of enzymes; those made inside the body and those used as a digestive aid. The type of enzymes made in our bodies are primarily made in and secreted by the pancreas and small intestines. Minimal amounts of digestive enzymes are also secreted by your stomach and salivary glands. All […]

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Remedies for digestive distress Just about everyone experiences occasional digestive distress.   Bloating, belching, passing gas and abdominal pain rank in the top 3 complaints people see a G.P or gastroenterologist for.   Symptoms do vary from bloating & abdominal distension, burning sensation, nausea, acid reflux, GERD or generalized dyspepsia. When this happens, most people […]

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Why your anti-inflammatory diet isn’t working Many people are experimenting with anti-inflammatory diets as a way to decrease their risks. First it was Low Carb, then Paleo, and now Keto-genic diets are being hailed as the best diet for improving health. While these kinds of dietary changes are promoted widely as being anti-inflammatory for a […]

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Three types of fatty liver Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease or NAFLD is an umbrella term for a range of liver conditions that, as the name implies, affects people who drink little to no alcohol yet have more than 5 percent of their liver made up of fat cells. According to the Mayo Clinic, NAFLD […]

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Holiday tips for food sensitive people Thanksgiving is right around the corner and the beginning of Christmas holiday festivities are not far behind. These two holidays’ present unique problems for people with food sensitivities.   Over the years I have developed a number of survival strategies that I want to share with you. These work […]

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Signs of oxalate overload What do leafy greens like kale and spinach, almonds, sweet potatoes and quinoa have in common? All of these foods contain high amounts of a substance that can drive up pain and cause other metabolic imbalances.  While most people are completely unaware of this substance, these healthy foods can be a […]

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Four steps to lower blood pressure About 75 million American adults (29%) have high blood pressure or hypertension. That’s 1 in every 3 American adults. Anyone, including children, can develop high blood pressure.[1] High blood pressure increases your risk for stroke and heart attack. It is also the first and third leading causes of death […]

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Alternative Pain Management Most people have pain somewhere in their body.  Whether it’s an OTC pain reliever or a prescription medication both only provide temporary relief.  Over time, many people become dependent upon these medications just to manage daily, chronic pain.   If you are on immunosuppressing drugs remember that “IS treatment alters innate antimicrobial […]

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