It's touted as a little daily miracle--the mainstream has long celebrated aspirin as a magic potion for warding off heart attack and death in people with cardiovascular disease.
“This is a cananga flower…” Westi picked one off of the small tree behind his shop.
You may think that stress triggers stomach ulcers, a type of peptic ulcer. But consider this...
Have you been feeling “blue” lately? Maybe a little more irritable than usual? And forgetful?
Have your joints and muscles been aching and crampy? And do you feel bloated and gassy — especially after eating?
Among cancers, it's the second biggest killer in the United States (and the third most common cancer). In your lifetime, you have about a 1 in 20 chance of getting it.
While cow’s milk remains one of America’s most common daily drinks, it is interesting to note that it may also be the reason why many Americans experience gas, bloating, mucous and other forms of indigestion.
There’s a certain sense of loss in realizing that the best of each us is being eroded away, or lies wasting away, as hidden potential within the cells of our bodies. The gradual erosion of potential is often found in cases where there is an underlying imbalance in the body that creates chronic inflammation and the inability to absorb nutrients for normal function and repair.
I've said it before and I'll say it again...complex carbs aren't evil. They make you feel fuller longer and give you energy.
And believe it or not, they may actually even protect you against cancer.
Recently, someone emailed me wanting to know my thoughts on fecal bacteriotherapy and the fecal enema procedure.
It's an interesting question that creates more questions. The human body is composed of around 10 trillion human cells that harbor 100 trillion microorganisms.
Hwp-1, also known as Hyphal Wall Protein-1, is an amino acid within the cell wall of Candida albicans that enables Candida cells to attach to the intestinal cells. The sequence of amino acids that make up Hwp-1 are identical or highly similar to the proteins, α-gliadin and γ-gliadin found in gluten (Wheat, barley, rye) products. When Candida attaches to the intestinal wall, the body’s immune system responds.