What Causes IBS?

What Causes IBS?

In North America, about 1 in 10 people suffer from chronic abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea or constipation but have normal test results. These people fall under the diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), but there is no good explanation...

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Retraining A Sluggish Bowel

Retraining A Sluggish Bowel

Proper elimination is essential to good health. The accumulated waste in the bowel not only causes tremendous abdominal discomfort but also leads to fatigue, brain fog, skin problems and many other health conditions.   Constipation is defined as...

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From a Victim to a Humanitarian

From a Victim to a Humanitarian

In the last two weeks, the world has been taken over by this novel virus, COVID-19.  We are facing a historical pandemic. Many people are forced to work from home or furloughed.  Small businesses are struggling to maintain cash flow. People are...

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Ways to Have a Sound Night of Sleep

Ways to Have a Sound Night of Sleep

WHY IS SLEEP IMPORTANT? Long-term health depends on the regeneration that occurs during deep sleep. The growth hormone, or the “anti-aging” hormone, is secreted during sleep, which stimulates tissue regeneration, liver cleansing, muscle building...

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Your Gallbladder Health

Your Gallbladder Health

The gallbladder is a reservoir that contains bile secreted from the liver.  It is located underneath the rib cage in the upper right area of your abdomen.  When you have a meal, the gallbladder releases bile into the first part of the small...

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Why Do I Have Heartburn?

Why Do I Have Heartburn?

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), also known as heartburn or acid reflux, is a chronic digestive condition that has increasingly become a problem for people over the last decade.  According to a 2014 review in Healthline, up to 30% of the...

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