I’m asked all the time if buying organic is worth the extra cost. My answer is always a resounding “Yes!” Not only is organic food safer for your body and the environment, it is nutritionally superior to conventional produce.
Your brain is the most important organ in your body. It keeps your heart beating, lungs breathing and all the systems in your body functioning. That’s why it’s essential to keep your brain working in optimum condition with a healthy diet.
The elaborate juice alchemies available in craft juice shops and on grocery store shelves today make some big promises, from detoxification to jumpstarting the immune system to making your skin glow. But does drinking activated charcoal kale lemonade really live up to the hype?
Studies reveal modern food processing techniques and additives cause food to become more allergenic and create or contribute to intestinal permeability (“leaky gut”) and generalized inflammation involving histamine, mast cells and more.
In the blink of an eye, summertime is over and once again, it’s cold and flu season. If you’ve got young children or grandchildren in school or day care, fly often or take public transportation to work or school, live in a nursing home, or work in a public place, your chances of catching the common cold or influenza (“the flu”) are pretty high.
Whether dealing with poor digestion that leads to a bloated belly, too much sugar in your diet, or more serious conditions such as, chronic Hepatitis C, a fatty liver or cirrhosis, those with chronic liver issues are often subject to the effects of a disgruntled liver. Usually, it is only by trial and error or extensive liver health education that a person learns how to keep his or her liver happy. Get educated now!