Our colon is a vital part of our digestive system, and without it, we would not be able to naturally process food and waste products and toxins from our system. For some people, the colon is extended in length, which may present difficulties with the... Read More
Did you know that the key to alleviating some gastrointestinal disorders could lie somewhere in the body far away from your stomach or bowels? In fact, stress reduction therapy could be the key to your heartburn, stomach pain, or bowel distress.
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Do you have constant heartburn, brittle nails, bowel issues, or food intolerance? If you suffer from one or more of these symptoms, you may be experiencing low stomach acid. We require a healthy level of the acid to maintain good digestive and overal... Read More
You have enjoyed a lovely meal at home or perhaps at your favorite dining restaurant.
Within a short time, you begin having severe stomach pains before the vomiting and diarrhea begins.
You have food poisoning. Before you reach for the phone to call ... Read More
Diarrhea is one way the body tries to rid itself of an unwanted substance.
It does so by secreting extra fluid to the intestines and producing an unusual number of strong intestinal contractions, leading to an increased amount of loose, watery stools... Read More
Dandelions are more than just weeds. The leaves and roots of dandelions have been used in herbal medicine for centuries, especially for regulating the liver and stimulating the digestive system.
A dandelion tea detox or a dandelion tea cleanse is mad... Read More
What is Dysbiosis?
Dysbiosis is a term for a microbial imbalance that most often affects a person’s digestive tract. That being said, dysbiosis can also affect the skin, eyes, lungs, ears, nose, sinuses, nails, and vagina.
Dysbiosis is also sometim... Read More
The story of epiglottis function is quite an interesting one. The epiglottis is often called the trapdoor, or gatekeeper, of the throat. It’s a flexible flap that is one of nine cartilage structures that form your larynx at the base of the tongue.
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