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Slip, Sliding, Away…

Away, to improved digestion and ease of elimination. Not only are fats essential for heart, blood, immune system and brain, they make it easy to eliminate, given the correct type of fats. Let’s break it down in to two polyunsaturated sources of fat and three types of food source fat. Two polyunsaturated sources of fat are: Omega 3 – marine …

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Exercise.Colon

Don’t Sit Around, Get…

…MOVING! Do you sit too much? Well… you better get off your butt & beat cheeks, before you experience numerous health conditions. While some may be immediate, such as constipation, other’s may be long term, such as increased morbidity (disease). Yup, sitting sedentary not only de-conditions your arms and legs, but also your digestive tract! Let’s just sum it up …

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Tracks

How Long Does It Take…

… to have a bowel movement after I eat my meal? Perhaps you’ve asked yourself this question before? If you haven’t, it’s still important to understand the transit time. For the sake of your intestinal health, keep it moving! Your intestinal health IS your immune health! So, let’s break it down: Typically, for someone with good digestive efficiency, it will …

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Laughter

Go ahead, crack yourself up!

Laughter releases pain-suppressing opiates from the pituitary glands and may have long-term health benefits. It may: Regulates blood pressure and increase blood flow; Decrease cortisol and adrenaline stress hormones; Increases health-enhancing hormones; Increases blood-oxygenation; Exercise the diaphragm, abdominal, and other muscles; Increase gamma-Interferon and T-cells to fight disease; Improve alertness, creativity, memory, mood, and learning; Stimulates organs, such as the …

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What are Cruciferous Vegetables?

Cruciferous, or brassica, vegetables are not just nutritious, but FULL of vitamins and minerals, contain glucosinolates, which give them their potent taste and smell, and fiber to aid in digestion. There are three specific catagories of crucifers: Leafy Greens Broccoli and friends Root Vegetables (some) Fast Health Tips in these Videos: http://bit.ly/1RYWcvN – SUBSCRIBE. First, let’s look at Broccoli and …

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Kidney Beans

Not Just Kidney Beans…  

No beans about it, the kidneys play a very important role in our daily health. The Kidney’s are 1 of the 3 vital organs and work hard to keep you healthy. According to the National Kidney Foundation www.kidney.org., these are some of the tasks your kidney’s need to perform daily: Regulate the body’s fluid levels Filter wastes and toxins from …

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Discomfort

Bloated? Uncomfortable Tummy?

To Cleanse or Not to Cleanse? Once you’ve decided to reduce the over-consumption burden of the holidays, where do you start? Well, first, what is toxic burden? Then, let’s look at ways to reduce it with cleansing. Toxic Burden is like “Mildew in the Shower” (Page 180): Imagine that you finish your shower, step out, close the curtain, turn off …

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Squash Bad Health

Squash, the word originating from the Narragansett Native American word askutasquash, is a vegetable that includes many varieties, all with unique health benefits. Some of the varieties of squash include: Pumpkins Zucchinis Marrows Courgettes Gourds And, so many more varieties, such as: Winter Hubbard Buttercup Acorn Summer Autumn And, cushaw. Cooking Videos galore on my YouTube channel:  http://bit.ly/1RYWcvN and SUBSCRIBE. …

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Orange is the new…

… Healthy ~ Pumpkin is SO good for you, just look at all the benefits from this tasty orange treat: Improves eyesight Lower blood pressure Heart health Improved sleep Increased energy Supports weight loss Reducing cancer risks Smoother, silkier skin And, boosting your immune system! Some of the powerful ingredients are: Vitamin A Beta Carotene (otherwise known as “orange” food) …

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Food Tomato

Stage It Just Right

Because digestion can be a complicated subject, let’s just make it a bit simpler by breaking it down into The Six Simple Stages of Digestion:        Part I, pages 8-10 gives you more details: Intestinal Health book www.IntestinalHealthBook.com  Chewing The mouth produces enzymes and saliva to begin the process of food breakdown, peristaltic action (intestinal movement), and stimulation …

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