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Unraveling the mystery of colitis and Crohn’s

Unraveling the mystery of colitis and Crohn’s

Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease (collectively known as inflammatory bowel disease or IBD) are painful, debilitating conditions that affect about 1.6 million Americans.

Plus the standard treatments come with their own set of problems.  Medications can cause a variety of side effects and surgery can be life-changing, plus the disease can recur after surgery.

But many people have gotten tremendous relief by helping to safely and naturally reduce the inflammation and stress on their intestines. 

Read today’s blog “Unraveling the mystery of colitis and Crohn’s” to find out exactly how you can help get relief from your misery.

Apr 24, 2015 0 comments

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You can stop acid reflux-here’s how

You can stop acid reflux-here’s how

Sixty percent of the US adult population suffers from occasional or daily bouts of acid reflux, and our antacid use tripled from 1994 to 2010.

But when you attack acid reflux at its common root causes, you can start feeling a whole lot better fast!

Check out today’s blog to learn more about little-known dangers of acid reducers, what really causes acid reflux and how you can stop it.

Apr 20, 2015 0 comments

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Put constipation “behind” you for good

Put constipation “behind” you for good

Constipation is something that strikes everyone at one time or another.    And if it was just limited to every once in a while, that would be one thing. But for up to 28 percent of the US population, constipation is a fairly regular occurrence.  Now, many of these “blocked up” people can get relief from their constipation simply by looking at what might be causing it and doing something about it. Things like low fiber diets, not drinking enough water, stress, certain medications, lacking exercise and ignoring the “urge to go” have all been shown to trigger cases of...

Apr 13, 2015 0 comments

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Do you really need your gallbladder?

I was once approached by a guy at my church that told me he has gallstones and was asking for suggestions from a nutritional perspective.

I was happy to oblige, but first I asked him what he had been told about his condition so far.

He said his doctor was taking a wait and see approach—and if things got worse, he might have to have his gallbladder removed.

Then he asked me the million dollar...
Mar 21, 2015 0 comments

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Is having this disease considered normal?

It’s a strange and unsettling phenomenon in our society today that we’ve come to accept various diseases and conditions as, well, normal!

 

Acid reflux is a good example.  I think it’s definitely the norm and not the exception that most people at least occasionallyhave heartburn, and a good number of those have it every day.

 

Allergies are another. The vast majority of people that approach me at...
Mar 13, 2015 0 comments

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