Because gut flora is negatively affected by agricultural chemicals and pesticides, as well as antibiotics found in the meats we eat, another way to rebalance your “good” to “bad” bacteria ratio is to consume a 100% organic diet, free of chemicals, pesticides, and antibiotics.
In order to get enough good probiotics into your intestine from yoghurt, you would need to force down 10 to 30 servings of plain, unsweetened yoghurt every single.
– Calcium in the diet helps one relax
– Pantothenic Acid taken with Niacin is a Vitamin of the B complex group.
– Taken with niacin will avoid face flushing
– Herbal teas like Hops, Camomile & Quiet Night ( Contains Valerian, Yarrow & Catnip)
– Avoid using caffeine products
Rest Our Bodies From:
1. Eating Rich Meals
Stay away from too many rich foods which cause indigestion and also overeating. Once a meal is eaten stay away from food for 5 or more hours before taking food again.
Lets touch briefly on the weight gain and obesity consequences of inadequate probiotic levels, virtually every study performed on the obese population analysing gut bacteria found higher instances of “bad” bacteria and lower levels of “good” bacteria within these individuals.
There are more than 200 studies linking inadequate probiotic levels to more than 170 different diseases and health issues; here are just a few:
Listen, when you’re constantly feeling sick, tired, and stuck in a rut, it can do a number on your self-esteem and overall morale, and rather quickly.
The saying : ‘beauty comes from within’ and we are what we eat has never been truer. No matter what you do on the outside the long-term results will show here – not only for those trying to lose weight but also those treating the skin.
If you suffer from diabetes, you already know the problems. Diabetes steals your quality of life.
You probably spend lots of money every month on expensive drugs. But there’s a bigger price you pay with those drugs—the awful side effects.
The simplest way to understand symptoms and disease integrates Western linear thinking, Chinese medicine and its philosophy of yin and yang, and the naturopathic approach to health and illness. Problems in the body (and mind) often arise from either deficiency, where we are not acquiring sufficient necessary nutrients to meet our needs and body functions –