Help with Digestion

Help with Digestion If you have problems with indigestion, bloating, gas, high cholesterol or weight gain, you may want to try grazing food, taking apple cider vinegar, ginger, vitamin B2, enzymes and probiotics. Grazing Grazing (Snacking) is a pattern of consuming multiple meals throughout the day. Eating small portions every 2 or 3 hours will ...Read More...

Probiotics May Improve Mood, Fight depression

Probiotics have become pretty well-known as crucial bacteria and yeasts that benefit your digestive system. Probiotics are the good bacteria that are necessary to maintaining good health. Unlike the bad bacteria that can cause diseases. Plenty of research shows probiotics help treat irritable bowel syndrome, infectious diarrhea, some skin conditions and oral health. They’re often ...Read More...

Traveler’s diarrhea

Traveler’s diarrhea is a common problem, when people travel to developing countries due to inadequate sanitation, contaminated food or water. Most cases of diarrhea clear up within a few days. Let a mild case run its course. It is the body’s way of cleaning out toxins and bacteria. To reduce the risk of traveler’s diarrhea ...Read More...

Arthritis (part 4)

According to the Mayo Clinic, arthritis is inflammation of one or more of the joints. The symptoms are joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen with age. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are the most common. Osteoarthritis breaks down the joints cartilage. RA is an autoimmune disorder which targets the joints synovium. Uric acid crystals, ...Read More...

Common Traveler’s Sickness

Diarrhea is a common problem when traveling to developing countries due to inadequate sanitation and contaminated of food or water. To reduce the risk of diarrhea and help cope with symptoms, try some of these suggestions below: 1)      Take acidophilus or probiotics daily, start 2 weeks before you leave and continue for 1 week after ...Read More...

Arthritis (part 3, supplements for joints)

According to Mayo Clinic, arthritis is inflammation of one or more of the joints. The symptoms are joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen with age. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are the most common. Osteoarthritis breaks down the joints cartilage. RA is an autoimmune disorder which targets the joints synovium. Uric acid crystals, infections ...Read More...

Arthritis (part 2, herbal treatment)

According to Mayo Clinic, arthritis is inflammation of one or more of the joints. The symptoms are joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen with age. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are the most common. Osteoarthritis breaks down the joints cartilage. RA is an autoimmune disorder which targets the joints synovium. Uric acid crystals, infections ...Read More...

Arthritis (part 1, eat food as medicine)

According to Mayo Clinic, arthritis is inflammation of one or more of the joints. The symptoms are joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen with age. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are the most common. Osteoarthritis breaks down the joints cartilage. RA is an autoimmune disorder which targets the joints synovium. Uric acid crystals, infections ...Read More...

Calcium Supplements

According to the Arthritis Foundation (http://www.arthritis.org), in 2012 researchers found that taking calcium supplements nearly doubled the risk of heart attack. The calcium from supplements may be problematic for the cardiovascular system because it causes a spike in blood calcium levels, versus the gradual rise when calcium is obtained from food. However, millions of people ...Read More...

Common Traveler’s Sickness

Diarrhea is a common problem when traveling to developing countries due to inadequate sanitation and contaminated food or water. To reduce the risk of diarrhea and cope with symptoms, try some of these suggestions below: 1)      Take acidophilus or probiotics daily, start 2 weeks before you leave and 1 week after returning. The friendly bacteria ...Read More...