Digestive health basics

Digestion is the process of breaking down tightly bound molecules into individual nutrients that can be taken into your body and used to support its functions. Simply defined, digestion is cutting things down to a size in which they can be absorbed into your body.

Proper digestive health is basic to the healthy function of every organ system in the body. Read more »

Digestive Enzymes for proper digestive health

Enzymes are essential for the digestion and absorption of food, for it’s conversion into body tissue, and for production of energy at the cellular level.

Enzymes are the most important unit in the human body, because every chemical change that takes place to repair tissue, or to assimilate food, involves the activity of enzymes. Without enzyme activity there is no life. No plant or animal can live without the activity of its enzymes. Read more »

Body detoxification

Detoxification refers to eliminating toxins that have accumulated in the bloodstream, either through faulty elimination, or ingesting an overabundance of chemicals.

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Body Detoxification defines the conscious act of cleaning up our insides down to the cellular level.  Read more »

Colon cleansing

A healthy and clean colon is essential to good health, and is the first step to a healthy you. This makes regular colon cleansing a must. Everything we eat ends up in our bowels as toxins. Read more »


Nutrition Basics

Oils and Fats

There is much confusion when it comes to the topic of fats.

We are repeatedly told by the media, especially partial info from ads and commercials, that eating fats will result in weight gain, high cholesterol, heart disease and stroke.

Many people are under the impression that all fats are bad for proper health. They don’t differentiate between good fats and bad fats, and therefore, are extra careful to purchase only those products that have the words NO FAT or LOW FAT emblazoned on the label. Unfortunately, this is very misleading. Read more »

Essential Fatty Acids

Essential fatty acid foods especially foods that contain eicosapentaenoic acid, a major polyunsaturated fatty acid found in fish oil, interfere with the body’s production of inflammatory chemicals, more specifically arachidonic acid, the chemical which causes inflammation in conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and arthritis. Read more »

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