Tag: digestion

Podcast 363 about HCP Formulas

Learn about digestive enzymes with Michael Kramarczyk. Discussing Fibrenza, Abzorb and LipiCept. Read More

Soaking almonds

Nuts and seeds are a great snack option for many people; they are easy to carry around, bring to work, take on hike or trip as a part of the food supplies. Most of them are packed with nutrients like good fats, minerals including magnesium, zinc, copper, calcium, and selenium and also vitamins. Read More

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil itself also doesnt carry any vitamins or minerals. It helps with micronutrient absorption which is a very important benefit. Read More

Step up your smoothie game

It is preferable to chew your meals in order to digest them properly, as long as you keep your smoothies nutritionally balanced, there is no problem with replacing a meal with them from time to time, as a breakfast, or quick on the go snack. Read More

Apple Cider Vinegar

One of the great virtues of Apple Cider Vinegar is its extraordinary potassium content, an element so necessary for building and storing body reserves and to help the system to achieve harmony and calm. Read More

Eating for your Body Type is effective

Today, we are mixing all races and all geographic locations in one genetic melting pot. What comes out are children that may be genetically ready to live on the sea shore in Ireland, or in the forests in Germany, or on the beach in equatorial Africa. Read More

FODMAPs Diet for Better Gut Health

FODMAPs are different types of carbohydrates found in fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy and what makes them special is the fact that they are fermentable. Read More

Antacid Myth

Heartburn and reflux is an extremely complex subject ~ so much so that mainstream medical science does not fully understand all of the mechanisms that function to protect the esophagus from high acid conditions… mechanisms generally centered around the lower esophageal sphincter. Read More

Sugar – Part 3

In this final section, we will talk about sugar addiction, the traps we fall into over and over, and finally, how to escape this dangerous spiral for good. Read More

Sugar – Part 2

Today, we are going to learn more about what it does in our bodies on a chemical level and how it affect our hormonal, metabolic, immune, and mental health. Read More

Sugar – part 1

The story of sugar is a long one, and it is not as sweet as it may seem to be. Sugar can be both friend and enemy, depending on the source and volume consumed. Read More

Yarrow

Yarrow stimulates the digestion and tones the blood vessels. Read More

Wormwood

Wormwood is primarily used as a bitter and therefore has the effect of stimulating and invigorating the whole of the digestive process. Read More

Magnesium Chloride for Health

Magnesium is mainly found inside the cells, it activates many enzymes and is necessary for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and amino acids. It is essential for the functions of muscles and nerves and for the formation of bones and teeth. Generally it counteracts and regulates the influence of calcium. Read More

Glutamine: Important Amino Acid

Glutamine: Important Amino Acid for gut health, and for building of muscle. Read More

Yellow Dock

Yellow Dock is used extensively in the treatment of chronic skin complaints. Read More

Tea to Detoxify and Calm Digestion

With Dr. Miller’s Teas you are giving your body a fighting chance to become vital and healthy. Only a clean colon affords the rest of your cells and organs that opportunity. Read More

Fructo-oligo-sacharides

Fructo-oligo-sacharides has been shown to decrease undesirables and to create a fivefold increase in beneficial, health-creating flora. Read More

LE126: Are you digesting your food properly?

Poor digestion can manifest as fatigue or pain. Read More

LE119: Do you eat cooked/processed foods?

You are what you eat? No… You are what you digest and absorb! Read More

LE089: How about a LIVE Food treat today?

ALIVE and Fermented Probiotic Whole Food Nutrition Read More

LE031: The cause of True, Vibrant Health is in your Gut.

Good Health Depends on Balanced Intestinal Flora Read More

LE019: An Apple a Day? For fiber and more…

All the Good Things Apple Fiber Does For You… Read More

LE007: Probiotics for Healthy Gut and Immunity

Most Everyone Needs Probiotics ~ Every Day Read More

Enzymes: What You Learned Was Wrong

Enzymes are adaptogenic, seeking to restore a steady state to the body. When the immune system is running low we become susceptible to infectious disease; when it cranked up too high then the system creates antibodies that attack its own tissues as is seen in the auto immune diseases. Read More

Enzymes: Raw Food Difference

Enzymes are delicate dynamos. Delicate because they are destroyed by temperatures over 118 degrees (some by as little as 105 degrees), which means that they may not survive even light steaming. Dynamos because they are powerful biochemical catalysts Read More

Enzymes to Digest and Absorb Food

Enzymes taken on an empty stomach will get into the blood and clean it. Enzymes taken with meals will thoroughly digest food. Read More

Enzyme Deficiency Symptoms

Enzymes will serve you as no other supplementation program. The one thing we must all be able to do is digest, assimilate, utilize, eliminate and create healthy cells to live. Read More

Digestive Enzymes

The more we feed our enzyme reserves, the healthier we become. Read More

Gilberts Syndrome

Raw juices are an incredible powerful healing tool and can improve the function of the liver, bowels and kidneys Read More

Allergies & Food Intolerances

Symptoms of Food Intolerance and Health Risks 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

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

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

About Generation Plus

For instance, we do not use any “other ingredients” in our products, which means that they free from all excipients. 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

Gallbladder

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

Podcast 109 about Bowel Health and Fiber

Our ancestors ate 10 times more fiber than we do on average, and had much faster elimination. We need to increase the intake of fiber, water, and iodine to support healthy bowel management. Read More

Podcast 095 about Feasts of Cooked Food and Digestive Enzymes

How¬†to survive holiday season’s feasts without destroying your health, and how to enjoy all the cooked food feasts AND limit the damage to your health. Read More