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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Is Your Gut Telling You Something

December 26, 2018
Irritable bowel does not absorb nutrients well and no matter how nutritious the food might be, unabsorbed nutrients are useless. Irritable bowel disease is commonly due to fructose intolerance, lactose intolerance, gluten intolerance, or combinations of these.

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

December 26, 2018
IBS refers to the condition where the lining of the Gastro Intestinal (GI) tract becomes inflamed. This thickens the bowel lining and interferes with absorption and motility (the ability of the bowel to contract and move food). Because of this, the function of the bowels becomes disrupted.

Skin Problems

What’s with Your Skin?

June 14, 2019
When skin problems occur, you have two paths that you can take to handle the problem. You can choose the medical path or the natural healing path. Most people will choose the "convenient" and "easy" way by using drugs to control or suppress their conditions. However, drugs usually bring temporary relief and not permanent cure.

Constipation/ Digestive Disease

The Best Remedies for Better Digestion

May 8, 2022
Are you experiencing gas, pain or discomfort after meals? Instead of relying on antacids, try using these remedies to improve your digestion. Healthy digestion is vital to our overall health and is linked to our immune system, mood, mental health, autoimmune diseases, endocrine diseases, skin conditions, and cancer among other things.

Healthy Gut, Healthy Digestion, Healthy You!

May 8, 2022
At some point, most of us have experienced digestive problems like constipation, diarrhoea, excessive gas, excessive bloating and general discomfort. When these symptoms persist, they may be a sign of an underlying problem that needs medical attention. If left unattended, they can lead to more chronic, debilitating digestive diseases and disorders down the road.

4 Common Digestive Health Problems

May 4, 2021
Gut Health is the foundation of our body's overall health. Why? Because our gastrointestinal tract is responsible for absorbing nutrients from the food that we eat and also eliminating wastes from our body. It is a complex system involving many different organs and if any part is not functioning well, it will affect the health of the rest of the body.

Digestive Health

October 31, 2019
Health experts say that 80% of chronic diseases are caused by poor digestive health - often due to poor function in either the absorption of nutrients or the elimination of toxic wastes from the body.

Daily Detoxification for Better Health & Vitality

December 26, 2018
A high percentage of chronic and degenerative diseases can be traced back to constipation and poor colon health. You can prevent constipation and autointoxication by establishing daily habits that promote regular bowel movement and a healthy digestive system.

Digest This

December 26, 2018
From the mouth to the very last part of the bowels, health professionals have established a general consensus that most, if not all, major diseases start in the gastrointestinal tract.

Early Death Begins in the GUT

December 26, 2018
Our diets and lifestyles have caused an adverse impact on our GI tract. Various toxins produced in the GI tract are absorbed into the blood stream, causing damage to the liver, and subsequently affecting the functions of the brain, nervous system, and other parts of the body.


Diabetes Prevention & Management

December 26, 2018
Other than eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly, nutritional support is vital for preventing and managing diabetes. The first layer of defence is for better blood sugar management. The second layer of defence is to delay the onset of diabetic complications.


December 26, 2018
High blood glucose damages nerves and blood vessels, leading to complications such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness, dental disease and amputations. Diabetes prevention is as basic as eating healthily, becoming more physically active, and losing a few extra kilos.

Control Your Blood Sugar Level, Naturally!

December 26, 2018
Sufficient amounts of chromium ensures the efficiency of the hormone insulin in regulating blood sugar metabolism, fat metabolism, conversion of proteins into muscles and conversion of sugar into energy.


Fight Cancer

December 26, 2018
Our food choices can either decrease or increase our overall risk of cancer. Correcting key nutritional errors is essential in the prevention and even treatment of cancer, and must not be ignored in any comprehensive approach to combat cancer.

Liver Disease

Liver Stones and Gallstones Flush

September 2, 2019
People who experience symptoms from gallstones are usually recommended to undergo gallbladder surgery. Although removing the gallbladder may permanently remove the acute pain caused by gallstones, other pains and digestive problems remain. The formation of stones will still continue unless something is done to prevent it from happening.

Are You at Risk for Fatty Liver Disease?

December 26, 2018
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease starts with simple fatty liver, which is not alarming to the human body. However, if not managed properly, it leads to liver Fibrosis where scar tissues form and more liver cell injury occur. If left untreated, permanent scarring and hardening of the liver result in a condition called liver Cirrhosis which can lead to liver failure.

A Healthy Liver for Vitality & Longevity

December 26, 2018
Our body is wonderfully made with the ability to heal, repair and rejuvenate itself. The liver is a unique organ that is able to regenerate. If liver damage is detected early enough, the liver may have a chance to recover on its own with lifestyle adjustment and supportive care.

Liver & You

December 26, 2018
Caring for your liver is all about avoiding what’s bad and knowing how to detoxify your liver as well as consuming things that are specifically nourishing to the liver.

Heart Disease

Cholesterol Confusion

December 26, 2018
When a blood test shows high levels of cholesterol, it only means that the body is inflamed and the liver is overworking itself to produce sufficient amounts of cholesterol to repair tissue damage caused by inflammation. Without inflammation being present in the body, cholesterol will not accumulate in the wall of the blood vessel.

Matters of the Heart

December 26, 2018
Heart disease and its risk factors can be treated in three ways: by making healthy changes to your daily habits/ diets, by taking lifelong medications, and in some cases, by having a medical procedure. The choice is yours – choose wisely!

Lung Health

3 Ways to Keep Your Lungs Healthy & Strong

March 3, 2021
We may not think about the importance of lung health until we experience a breathing problem. When our lung health is affected, it can impact the quality of everyday life and can prematurely shorten our lifespan. Take care of them starting today!

Autoimmune Disease

Managing and Reversing Rheumatoid Arthritis

May 2, 2020
Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which white blood cells attack the cartilage in the joints. It causes swelling and pain in the joints that can range from mild to excruciating. If left untreated, it can go on to destroy the bones, even the muscles and skin.

The Immune System – protector of the body

December 26, 2018
The immune system can work as it should be only if it is cared for properly. This means getting all the right nutrients and providing the right environment, plus avoiding those things that tend to lower immunity. Many elements of the environment we live in today compromise our immune system’s defensive capabilities. From a medical point of view, autoimmune diseases are chronic conditions that have no cure. Learn 5 steps to reverse autoimmune diseases naturally.

Kidney Disease

Kidney – the Unsung Heroes

December 26, 2018
Our Kidneys are as important to our health as our heart or lungs. Your kidneys play an important role in the daily workings of your body and help maintain your general well-being.


Men No Pause

December 26, 2018
It is quite normal for a man to experience a decline in the production of testosterone as aging occurs, but a premature or accelerated decrease in T-levels such as in the case of Andropause is becoming more and more common.


Beating GOUT

December 26, 2018
Many people think that having gout causes only pain that does not do any damage and will eventually subside. In fact, gout, if left untreated, can cause further health problems. The only way to prevent gout is through diet and lifestyle changes with nutritional support.

Alzheimer’s Disease

Remembering Still Alice

December 26, 2018
While there is no medical cure for Alzheimer’s, there are some people who have seen improvement and reversal of the disease’s effects through the help of nutrition. One must take necessary steps to keep the brain strong, healthy and in good working order, which may help to prevent or slow the decline towards Alzheimer’s and other similar ailments.



Joint Happiness

December 26, 2018
You can tango till you’re 80, or do any dance you want for that matter. It’s all about making sure your joints keep up with your moves. The joints in your body are responsible for nearly every move you make.

Keep Your Joints Healthy!

December 26, 2018
Joint pain or a weak skeletal system can cause on-going pain, stiffness, discomfort, increase the risk of debilitating injuries, and hamper our ability to enjoy an active lifestyle.

Stop It Before It Stops You

December 26, 2018
By establishing the right habits to support bone and joint health earlier in life, we can potentially prevent painful conditions that may affect our comfort and mobility as we age.

Hypothyroidism/ Hyperthyroidism

Balance your life by balancing your metabolic rate

December 26, 2018
The thyroid gland produces hormones that regulate your body’s metabolism. Thyroid deficiency can by supplemented by a natural form of iodine. Iodine, a relatively rare element, is essential for the healthy function of the thyroid gland.


Parasitic Infections

Eliminate Parasites Naturally

December 26, 2018
Because parasites come in different forms, they can cause a variety of harmful effects on your health. Some feed off the nutrients that you consume in your food, some lay eggs in your body causing irritation or even insomnia, while others feed off your red blood cells causing anaemia.

Various Conditions

Hormonal Imbalance