IBS

 
 
 
  The herbal remedy everyone should know about: Turmeric golden honey can fight weight gain, relieve pain and combat inflammation  

IBS Treated with Fennel Essential Oil and Curcumin

Natural remedies for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are relevant because conventional medicine hasn’t yet figured out how to resolve IBS. There are a number of drugs being prescribed for IBS, such as Lubiprostone (Amitiza) and Alosetron (Lotronex) but the use of these can come at the expense of adverse side effects.

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  India’s Organic Rice Revolution Proves GMOs Are Unnecessary  

Yet another study confirms the holistic approach to health: Diet cures disease, NOT drugs

A groundbreaking study, conducted by a doctor at Seattle Children’s Hospital and published in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology has demonstrated for the first time that dietary intervention alone can cause complete remission of symptoms in many cases of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

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  Eat More Cultured and Fermented Foods If You Want to Be Smart, Slim and Healthy   Five Proven Medicinal Benefits of Brewer’s Yeast

Brewer’s yeast (also referred to as nutritional yeast when deactivated) has a profound effect upon our health. In fact, this type of yeast can benefit our health in at least five ways.

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  Eat More Cultured and Fermented Foods If You Want to Be Smart, Slim and Healthy   Eat More Cultured and Fermented Foods If You Want to Be Smart, Slim and Healthy

It’s not difficult to get into a rut with food. As we rush about in our busy lives, many times nutrition takes a backseat to more pressing concerns. The regrettable cost of this shortcut? Expanding waistlines, dulled thinking and floundering immune systems. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way. By including a few probiotic-rich foods in our daily routine, we can greatly improve mental and physical well-being — all without unpleasant fad diets.

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  Serrapeptase: an Enzyme That Treats Inflammation, Arthritis, Scar Tissue and More   Serrapeptase: an Enzyme That Treats Inflammation, Arthritis,
Scar Tissue and More

The use of enzymes therapeutically is not a new concept, and has been widely accepted for its healing properties in both traditional and modern medicine. Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme, which means that it breaks down protein into smaller components (peptides and amino acids) that the body can re-use. It is derived from the digestive system of the silk worm, which regurgitates serrapeptase to break free from its cocoon.

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  Science births recognition of dietary nucleotides as new nutrient group   Science births recognition of dietary nucleotides as new nutrient group

Last Friday I, among several others, gave a lecture at a seminar in London for practitioners on the subject of nucleotides. I’ve been working on various aspects of this category of nutrients, as well as taking them in dietary form at elevated levels, for several years. I’m not planning to stop taking them any time soon, such is their effect and benefit. I’ve worked alongside some of the scientific luminaries in the field, including Professor Angel Gil from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Granada in Spain, who was among the scientists who first identified, during the 1980s, the essentiality of this category of nutrients for infants.

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