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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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Sprung a Leak?

Has your gut sprung a leak, otherwise known as “Leaky gut syndrome”? In short, this means you’ve got holes in your gut, specifically the small intestines. Medically, it is known as increased intestinal permeability. No matter what, this is not a good thing because the digestive tract lining that protects our body from unwanted particles, food, and other toxic substances …

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5 Ways to Clean Up…

… and renew your body! The goal of cleansing is to flush out toxins and pollutants that may have accumulates naturally or unnaturally via substances such as: foods, liquids, air, heavy metals, chemicals, pollutants, bacteria, viruses, and more. For more extensive information on this subject, see http://amzn.to/20By3fr Part III.  Additionally, any “good” or “bad” organisms living inside our bodies—such as …

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Keep It Clean…

When I grew up, we would go camping and there was no concern for water filtration or safety. Now-a-days, there is so much information available to help your camping and travel adventures stay safe & healthy & keep from getting intestinal illness (gastroenteritis). All you need to do is “keep it clean”! Your life source is WATER and remains equally, …

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Sourcing it out…

Does water source matter?   Yes, choose your source correctly to ensure staying healthy. The cleanliness of the water source you choose to drink has a significant impact on how well your body functions and how you feel…and, may have a positive or negatively affect your digestive system. Since your intestinal tract is the largest immune system, water plays a …

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Weight Loss Made Easy!

Cabbage is a magnificent cruciferous vegetable. Loaded with many vitamins, minerals, and good bacteria. To maximize these benefits, chew, chew, chew your cabbage until fully broken down in your mouth! Cabbage is grown worldwide and comes in red-purple or green. Eat it cooked or raw. Sauerkraut, a cultured cabbage, is a great source for increased probiotic cultures. Cabbage’s wonderful nutrients include: …

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Lower Blood Pressure TODAY!

Plump, round and juicy treats. Welcome to the delightful world of oranges! Originating in Asia, these robust beauties offer an abundance of health benefits and are available all year long. Whether you need a snack or desert, these plump treats are your go to. Check out all the amazing nutrients: Vitamin C Folate Vitamin B1 & B6 Potassium Vitamin A …

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Hello Beauty!

FIG Love… These power packed poppers are the nutrient rich food you have been looking for… Just add them as a snack or to salad or main dish. It will be love at first bite! These little fig treats offer: Fiber Pectin Antioxidants (more in the ripest figs) Vitamins A, B1, B2, pantothenic acid, & B6. Minerals phosphorus, sodium, potassium, …

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This Green Goddess…

The avocado, also known as the alligator pear, is a fruit. It is full of nutrients, but most importantly, healthy fats. Delicious and nutritious! This powerfully potent fruit is packed with the following nutrients: Potassium Monounsaturated fatty acids (oleic acid) Vitamins K, C, E, B1, B2, B3, A, B6, B5, and B3 Folate Minerals such as magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, …

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Cacao or Cocoa?

Cocoa is fermented to remove the bitter taste and develop flavor. Then the cacao seeds are heated and ground into powder. This does not make it inferior to raw cacao, it’s just been heated to a higher temperature while still retaining lots of antioxidants that are good for heart, skin, blood pressure, and stress. The beans are made into powder …

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