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8 Ways to Reduce Gas and Farting

8 Ways to Reduce Gas and Farting Back in my early 20’s, when I struggled with irritable bowel syndrome I had the worst smelling gas.  It was super embarrassing, but I knew there was a problem with my body, I just didn’t exactly know how to fix it back then.   I was eating what […]

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5 Reasons Why You Have a Bloated Stomach

5 Reasons Why You Have a Bloated Stomach Years ago as a teenager, I would struggle regularly with a bloated stomach, gas and often times cramping.  Years later, in my early 20’s, I experienced severe cramping, bloating and full blown irritable bowel syndrome.  Fortunately, I was able to discover the root cause issues involved in […]

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10 Steps to Beat Acid Reflux Naturally

10 Steps to Beat Acid Reflux Naturally Acid reflux or gastric esophageal reflux disease (GERD) is one of the most common conditions affecting Americans today.  This condition is characterized by a burning sensation in the chest that has coined the term “heartburn.”  An anti-inflammatory lifestyle has been shown to beat acid reflux naturally. Upon eating, food […]

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What is Gluten and Why is it so Bad?

What is Gluten and Why is it so Bad? Gluten is the common protein found in wheat, barley, & rye.  There are more and more people that are having health problems associated with gluten consumption.  In this article, I will dive deep into the research to answer the question, what is gluten and why is […]

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18 Ways to Beat Eczema, Acne and Psoriasis

18 Ways to Beat Eczema, Acne and Psoriasis Eczema is known as a chronic dermatological condition that is characterized by skin rashes, dryness, crusting and flaking skin.  The word eczema is derived from the Greek word ekzein meaning “to boil out”; the Greek word ek means “out,” while the Greek word zema means “boiling.”  Research […]

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The Top 10 Best Food Sources of Glutamine

Top 10 Best Food Sources of Glutamine Amino acids are critical players in nearly every metabolic function within the body.  One of the most critical amino acids is L-glutamine which is by far the most abundant free amino acid in the body.  It accounts for over 60% of the free amino acids in blood, brain, organs, and muscle […]

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The 5 Most Powerful Natural Energy Drinks

The 5 Most Powerful Natural Energy Drinks Functional beverages are one of the hottest markets in the food and beverage industry.  These drinks offer their customers unique benefits that often appeal to the health conscious.  Some of these drinks are vastly overhyped and should be avoided.  Other functional beverages are a fantastic support to one’s […]

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6 Immune Benefits of Colostrum

6 Immune Benefits of Colostrum Colostrum is known as “mother’s milk” or “first milk” because it is highly concentrated in the first feeding of a nursing mother in mammals. In nature, newborn calves and fawns require the colostrum from its mother’s milk within 12 hours or will likely face severe health consequences and possibly death. […]

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5 Ways Kombucha Improves Your Health

5 Ways Kombucha Improves Your Health Kombucha is a fermented beverage that contains SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast). A gelatinous film known as zoogleal mat forms and thickens the longer the drink is allowed to ferment. Kombucha is a functional drink meaning that it offers significant health advantages when consumed. In many countries today […]

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6 Nutrients That Heal Leaky Gut Syndrome

6 Nutrients That Heal Leaky Gut Syndrome Do you suffer from digestive disturbances related to leaky gut? Do you experience symptoms including brain fog, acne, weight gain, allergies, nutrient deficiency, hormonal or mood imbalances? If the answer is yes to any of these symptoms you may benefit from 6 nutrients that heal leaky gut syndrome.  In […]

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How Eating Dirt Makes You Healthy

How Eating Dirt Makes You Healthy One of the best books I have recently read is “Eat Dirt” by my good friend Dr Josh Axe.  I have known Dr Axe since graduate school where we were both part of the same organization.  He is a really smart, compassionate guy with a huge heart to help […]

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22 Symptoms of GallBladder Disease

22 Symptoms of GallBladder Disease: Bile is an important digestive fluid that is produced by the liver and stored in a concentrated form within the gallbladder.  Bile’s main digestive responsibility is to emulsify fats and create fatty acids that can be readily absorbed and used by the body.  When the body has metabolic problems that […]

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