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‘Nutrition’

Kim Chi, Kefir, and…

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The Second Brain   Gut Instincts  The digestive system, more commonly referred to as simply, the ‘gut’ is now also being called the ‘second-brain.’ Why, the second-brain? Michael Gershon at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York, states that, “A lot of the information that the gut sends to the brain affects well-being, and doesn’t even come… Read More

Prostate 101

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Prostate Health 101: You know that the prostate is a walnut-size gland that produces seminal fluid and is located just below the bladder, but did you know that good nutrition could help reduce the incidence of prostate cancer and can reduce prostate cancer progression? Important information….  There are studies that have shown that daily meat consumption… Read More

Late Summer Cleanse

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I am a big believer that yearly Cleansing is very good for your continued good health. I’ll be leading a Cleanse in September and I hope you’ll join us. You’ll be well-supported before, during and after! The Webinars are recorded so you can watch again and you’ll receive a very nice E-Notebook full of great… Read More

Simple Tips to Improve Health

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Here are some simple ways to improve your health! Buy and Consume only organic, locally grown, seasonal foods Eat non-starchy vegetables at every meal~ lots! Raw and lightly cooked Consume 25-35 grams of dietary fiber per day The Chemistry of Color! Eat lots of various colored vegetables Rotation of food~ vary what you eat. If… Read More

Your Ancestry and Health

English breakfast-beans, black pudding (a biscuit made with pig's blood) poached eggs, bacon rashers ( looks like ham), tomatoes and mushrooms. Always

Look to Your Ancestral Roots to Discover Your Healthiest Cuisine: The cuisine of our ancestors can give us insights to our healthier self since the gene pool changes very slowly from one generation to the next. As an example, most people of European descent have a lower incidence of alcoholism when compared to Aboriginal Australians,… Read More