Tag: malnutrition

Book: 7 Syndrome Healing

Malabsorption is a general term for poor digestion, microbial contamination, and abnormalities in gut mucosa. Read More

Algae Targets Nutritional Deficiencies

Algae is nature’s most basic food. It exists at the beginning of the food chain, provides perfect nutrition and contains more protein than other whole foods. Read More

What Is The Most Important Kitchen Appliance To You?

At the top of my list, right after the refrigerator (what a marvelous invention!) and a water filter, my favorite kitchen appliance is drum roll please my high-power blender. 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

Eat Coconut EFAs for So Many Benefits

Omega-3 and omega-6 EFAs are increasingly recognized as important to human health. But they will only maintain their status as good fats when ingested in proper balance. Unfortunately, most Western diets today are high in omega-6s, and low in omega-3s. Read More

EFAs: Essential for Health

EFA supplements need to take our dietary habits into account and supply higher amount of omega-3s than omega-6s. We need to reduce the bad fats, and increase the good ones. Read More

Disease is Dis-”Ease”

I think of disease as the opposite of ease. Dis-ease is almost always the consequence of cellular terrain problems. Read More

Podcast 164 about Malnutrition from Soil Depletion

Deficient foods cause deficient function. Growing our own just may be the solution, at least for some of us. Read More

Podcast 043 about Malnutrition

Eating industrial agriculture-produced foods leaves us short of nutrients – we have lots of calories, but the food is lacking in minerals and enzymes. Read More

Podcast 040 about Mineral Absorption and Superfoods

Malnutrition is the consequence of eating foods grown in depleted soils with the help of chemical fertilizers. We are eating calorie-rich but nutrient-poor, and the consequences are affecting our health. Read More