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With the cooler weather comes the urge to get out the fall/winter clothes. It is also common to cleanse your body when the weather changes. Many people do a detoxification of their body in the spring and then again in the fall. This keeps the body young, vibrant, healthy, and strong.
Regular liver and gall bladder cleanses eliminate the build up of stones and old bile that can cause stones. Many people who do regular cleansing report that they do not get sick as often as they did before cleansing. Though toxins are generally eliminated from your body through your liver, over a period of many years, small accumulations can build up into problems causing headaches, tiredness, lack of energy, and inflammation in the organs.
Cold viruses are always present and most Americans suffer from a cold at least once or twice a year, if not more. Now that the kids are back to school and cooler weather is upon us, it is time to remind you about avoiding colds and flu. The cold and flu season is upon us. The best way to avoid colds and flu is to keep our immune systems strong.
Wax was first applied to the skins of fruits and vegetables for longer shelf life hundreds of years ago. Today, that tradition has drastically changed with a new generation of chemicals and compounds.
When you buy non-organic produce from the grocery store, you are getting additional chemical coatings. The FDA admits that these edible coatings have been associated with a number of problems, ” [Produce coatings] can result in tissue destruction and the production of substances that contribute to off-flavors and off-odors, as well as the potential for growth of foodborne pathogens such as Clostridium botulinum.”
What is gluten and why you should know about it!
Almost everywhere you go nowadays, you hear the “gluten-free” catch-phrase, and you may be wondering what it is all about. IS it just a fad? Or is it real? What is gluten?
“Gluten” is the general term for a mixture of tiny protein fragments found in grains such as wheat, rye, barley, spelt, faro, and kamut.
Why does gluten intolerance seem to be suddenly, steadily increasing? What happened?
How fresh is the produce in your supermarket? When you consider that the produce has to be harvested by the farmer, then travel to a middle man, then possibly to another middle man, then to a refrigerated supermarket warehouse, then finally to your grocery store, you realize that the expensive produce that you spent good money for is probably at least 1-2 weeks old. Compare this to walking out into your garden and harvesting a sweet ripe tomato or sugar snap peas that are mouth wateringly sweet and bursting with nutrition.