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Dyspepsia and Indigestion

Most digestive problems can originate in the stomach, the small intestine or both. Indigestion termed dyspepsia carries a long list of symptoms ranging from abdominal pain, allergic reactions, belching and bloating, a burning sensation after eating, alternating constipation and diarrhea, chronic fatigue, gas galore, insomnia,...

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Why a Tissue Mineral Analysis and not a Blood Test?

Let us first begin by discussing why a standard blood test may not reveal what is truly occurring biochemically in regards to many different health concerns. In subsequent articles we will discuss the integral relationship of diet plans to your blood, or "nutrient delivery systems". A...

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Insomnia? If You’re Not Too Tired, Read On…

Insomnia. Just this word all by itself strikes more fear in the souls of most than our first (really) scary movie. As of today, 50% of American women report having sleep problems several nights per week. The average woman sleeps approximately six hours and 41...

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What’s in Your Water?

  Last week’s blog covered the FDA’s specs on the various terms with which companies label bottled water. My hope was to create clarity on what we are really paying for, how your diet plan acts reciprocally with, and how these waters serve our bodies. This week’s...

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Clearing the Myths on Bottled Water

How confused are we about bottled water? Very - and rightfully so. The property's of bottled water are nearly as important as those of a healthy diet plan! As of 2012, approximately 60% of the people in the U.S. drink bottled water on a regular...

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The Master Antioxidant: Glutathione

Take all the antioxidants you desire, but without ample glutathione, none of your dollars spent on those anti-aging nutrients will realize their full potential. Healthy meal plans alone, as we will discuss, can't always provide enough of everything our body needs for various reasons. The...

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Your pH: Toxic or Alkaline?

With one out of two men and one out of three women in the U.S. traversing towards developing cancer, addressing one’s pH level, primarily through healthy meal plans, is a necessary exploration. If you, like most Americans, lean towards the acidic side, the acid medium...

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