Your GI tract is MUCH more than a digestion center; in fact, it is quite literally your second brain as well as being “home” to 80% of your immune system. Your gut reside roughly 100 TRILLION living bacteria…That’s more than 10 times the number of cells you have in your … Read more
Your liver is one of the largest and most important organs in your body. You have only one liver. It is the size of a football and weighs about 1.5kg in the average-size person.
Conventional medicine certainly needs to curtail its prescriptions for antibiotics, but even if you use antibiotics judiciously you’re still exposed to great amounts of antibiotics from the foods you eat, and this is entirely unnecessary. This is one of the primary reasons why I ONLY recommend organic, grass-fed, free-range meats … Read more
Due to a lack of good fibre in our daily diet, junk foods, polluted drinking water, precessed foods, stress etc. the gut may develop a hard, toxic ‘waste trap’ all along the lining of the intestines normally responsible for digestion and the absorption of vitamins and minerals needed for the … Read more
In the article below, we’re going dive deep into the inner walls of one of the most critically important organs of your body — your gut. Unfortunately, many people think of their gut solely as the mechanism by which your body digests food, which is at best an extreme oversimplification, and at worst … Read more
Do you occasionally experience bloating, gas or indigestion… or avoid certain restaurants or food so you don’t pay a penalty for it? Then take this quiz to discover how you can improve your digestion…
By Dr. Mercola The connections between stress and physical health are being explored at greater frequency these days. For example, recent news items have reported the links between emotional distress and physical pain,1 chronic inflammation2 and even stillbirths.3
Are you motivated to lose your love handles in anticipation of bathing suit season? Good for you! But: Don’t go overboard with dieting, because losing weight too rapidly can lead to gallstones. Here’s why… When calories consumed don’t meet the body’s energy needs, the body metabolizes its stored fat for … Read more
Imagine a selection of foods that were delicious, nutritious and good for you – i.e. they reduced your risk of developing diseases.