Digestion and Food Intolerances

Amaranth Seed Oil Top 10 Benefits

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Sterile Gut

The #1 health complaint received by doctors worldwide is poor digestion, malabsorption and constipation, quickly followed by complaints of tiredness, lack of energy, slow recovery, etc. Read More

When Food Hurts

If you suffer from any negative reaction to food, it is very important to properly diagnose the problem. Read More

Job’s Tears

Tropical, naturally gluten free grain of the Poaceae grass family. Read More

Stomach Acid Too Much or Too Little

Sufficient stomach production of hydrochloric acid is essential Read More

Probiotics Manage Your Inner Health

Medical researchers have revealed that the #1 health complaint received by doctors worldwide is poor digestion, mal-absorption and constipation, or its opposite irritation and diarrhea quickly followed by complaints of tiredness, lack of energy, slow recovery, etc. Read More

Key to Health is Balanced Bowel Flora

Health is possible only with balanced intestinal flora. It makes all the difference between a healthy life and early, painful death. Read More

Is Natural Heart Burn Relief Possible?

Of course it is too much why would I ask such a question? Yet thats not the truth. There are multiple ways to beat heartburn and indigestion without poison pills. Read More

Understanding Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease is a chronic digestive disorder that causes a toxic immune response when an affected person eats gluten. Read More

Ulcers and Helicobacter

Ulcers in the stomach, intestines and esophagus have been traditionally thought by the medical establishment to be caused by stress and/or anxiety, Read More

Natural Antacid Alternatives: Trepke

Cut up the bananas and pineapple, the amount and proportions will vary depending on how many people you’re serving and which fruits you like the best. Read More

Natural Antacid Alternatives: Duke

Discover safer, cheaper, healthier herbal equivalents to prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Read More

Leaky Gut Syndrome: Cabot

The digestive tract consists of a long tube, which connects the mouth to the anus, and when it is inflamed, you can develop a “leaky gut”. Read More

Hydrochloric Acid

Historically, hydrochloric acid (HCl) was prescribed for many symptoms and clinical conditions and was listed as a therapeutic intervention in various pharmacopoeia. Read More

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, commonly referred to as GERD, or acid reflux, is a condition in which the liquid content of the stomach regurgitates (backs up, or refluxes) into the esophagus. Read More

Intestinal Dysbiosis Causes and Cures

Those who suffer with an overgrowth of unhealthy microorganisms in the bowels are said to have “intestinal dysbiosis”. Read More

Ileocecal Valve Syndrome

Ileocecal Valve Syndrome is a tough-to-deal-with condition that seems to respond well to Sea Aloe Gold supplementation. Read More

Enzyme Nutrition Therapy (part 2)

Since ancient times, enzymes have unknowingly been involved in treating human ailments. Read More

Enzyme Nutrition Therapy (part 1)

Food enzymes in raw food are vital for digesting that food, but their destruction during cooking is a key factor in today’s rising levels of allergies and chronic degenerative diseases. Read More

Digestive Malabsorption

Digestive Malabsorption Read More

Digestive Bitters

My 11-year-old son would argue that all herbs are bitter and taste like something intended to poison him. Read More

Brain in Your Gut

The human body has two brains: one in the head and one in the gut. Read More

Bile Salts Can Heal

Failure to excrete toxins promptly can produce immunologic reactions and inflammation in the liver arteries Read More

Alkaline Stomach Concerns

Your body likes alkaline products entering it, so your body has mechanisms in place to make sure it can receive the alkalinity. Read More

Acid Reflux: Eliminate

Your stomach is the size of your fist! Eating a large meal makes it hard to digest Read More

Critical Intestinal Flora Balance

When your intestinal bacteria are not in balance, you will experience irregularity either constipation or diarrhea Read More

Tongue

Tongue is an extremely mobile muscle that enables you to taste food, move it around as you chew, push it back into your pharynx (throat) when swallowing Read More

Stomach

The stomach secretes hydrochloric acid and the enzymes pepsin, rennin, and lipase which help digest the carbohydrates, proteins and fats in food Read More

Small Intestine

The small intestine is anchored to the spinal column by a vascular membrane called the mesentery Read More

Salivary Glands

The salivary glands (along with other mucous membranes in the mouth cavity) are responsible for secreting saliva, a clear, alkaline, semi-viscous liquid which helps in the digestion Read More

Rectum

The rectum is one of the last portions of the large intestine. About five inches long, it extends from the sigmoid colon to join the anal canal. Read More

Pharynx

The pharynx is the upper portion of the airway and the digestive tract. It connects with openings into four general areas: the mouth cavity (at the back of the tongue). Read More

Parotid Gland

The salivary glands (along with other mucous membranes in the mouth cavity) are responsible for secreting saliva, a clear, alkaline, semi-viscous liquid which helps in digestion Read More

Mouth

The mouth is a versatile area of the human anatomy, responsible for articulation in speech, tasting and chewing Read More

Liver

The liver is the largest of the body’s glands and is responsible for several important functions. Read More

Large Intestine

The large intestine is divided into eight sections. It looks after extracting water from the fecal matter. Read More

Gallbladder

The gallbladder itself is a blue-green organ, about three inches long, located on the underside of the liver. Read More

Esophagus

The esophagus is the long, flexible tube which leads from the pharynx in the upper throat to the stomach. Read More

Digestive System

The digestive system is responsible for processing food, breaking it down into usable proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, fats, and other substances. Read More

Appendix

The appendix is a small, worm-like attachment at the apex of the cecum. Because of its shape, it is often called the vermiform (worm-shaped) appendix. Read More