Digestive Health

Why You Might Want to Go Gluten-free

Gluten is a special type of protein that is commonly found in rye, wheat, and barley. And, as you’ve probably guessed, it is found in most types of cereals and in many types of bread.

Unfortunately for many, gluten seems to have an ill effect on health.

The FDA grows some pig wings

When pigs fly. That's when you'll see the FDA recommend use of a dietary supplement to offset health risks created by a drug.

What is Candida and what are the Symptoms of Overgrowth?


Nutritionist and Naturopath Ann Boroch talks about what candida actually is and some of the ways we allow this yeast to thrive in our bodies.

Why is it so hard to get off your heartburn drug?

Don't be surprised when you have a hard time kicking your PPI (proton pump inhibitor) habit. In fact, I've heard Nexium called "Purple Crack for seniors" at 50 cents a pop.

Are Glutens Wrecking Your Health?

More and more Americans are developing food sensitivities, food allergies, irritable bowels, spastic colon and other digestive problems. And this outbreak can be linked to an increase of foods in our diet with a high-lectin content.

10 Natural Remedies for Gas

Intestinal gas is an embarrassing and annoying situation that many people experience on a regular basis. Gas and bloating is, perhaps, one of the main health concerns that human beings living in the Western world complain of.

Benefits of A Liver Gallbladder Cleanse


“What will you experience during a liver gallbladder cleanse?

How Does Vitamin D Help Our Immune System?


Vitamin D plays an integral role in developing and sustaining our immune system throughout our entire lives.

Six Snacks That Satisfy WITHOUT the Guilt

You probably know the feeling. It’s a couple of hours before dinnertime, but you’re hungry. You could grab a bag of chips or a candy bar to hold you over. But those empty calories usually come with a side order of guilt.

The Importance Of Healthy pH Balance

Just as acid can ruin your car battery, increased acidity in your cells and tissues can eat away at the linings of your arteries and increase your chances of both brain and cardiovascular problems… erode cartilage and cause inflamed joints… and damage skin cells which can contribute to premature wrinkling and other aging issues.

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