Tag: elimination

Food Freedom Forever: a book review

There are three steps in your Food Freedom cycle Reset, Freedom, and Setback (don’t confuse a setback with failure, but more on that later). 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

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

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

Podcast 193 about Bowel Cleanse Part 1

You are not just what you eat, but what you assimilate. And ehat you do not eliminate will also affect your state of health. Read More