Category Archives: Probiotics

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How Do Antibiotics Destroy Your Immune System?

Your immune system is on the lookout for foreign invaders 24-7. This includes germs, cell defects, and mutant cells. The immune system has the ability to remember harmful invaders and how to destroy them. Your immune cells are the hardest working and fastest growing cells in the body. Much of the work is done in the intestinal tract. “Over 80 percent of the body’s immunity is built in the intestinal tract by the friendly bacteria balance that resides there.” (natural news) When we are born, the body begins to populate our gut flora and immune system starts an inventory of good and bad cells. The body continues to process and manage this inventory throughout life.

How do Antibiotics affect the immune system?

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7 Things You Can Do To Maintain Good Intestinal Flora!

Antibiotics and other drugs, sugar, grains, excessive hygiene and hereditary factors decrease our protection against intestinal fungi. What can you do to help keep your intestinal fungi healthy and keep candida overgrowth under control…

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How is your gut like a meadow?

If you think of your digestive tract like a lush meadow, it is easy to understand why it is so important to listen to our bodies when they tell us when something is wrong. By eating whole foods and consuming natural herbs and tonics such as Rest Easy™ and Inner Garden™, we can handle small problems instead of masking them until they turn into big problems.

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You Do Not Digest The Food You Eat

Did you know that you DO NOT DIGEST THE FOOD YOU EAT?  Neither do plants, and animals! No plant or animals digest their own food.  Plants do not have the capability to secrete sufficiently strong acids to break down rock in order to obtain the rock’s minerals.  Rather, it is the soil-based microorganisms through a very complex exchange of materials that digest various rock minerals (inorganic) and organic materials to produce food that is then absorbed by plants or animals.

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