Whether to your surprise or not, according to the World Health Organization 60% of us carry some type of parasites. These microscopic organisms find their way into our bodies through numerous aspects of everyday life. Parasites are typically transmitted through the air, food, water, and may even be contracted to a child during birth. If action is not taken to eliminate parasites there remains a chance to affect one’s health both physically and mentally. Due to the wide variety of parasites, the symptoms associated also vary greatly. For best results, we recommend a multi-step approach to ensure an effective treatment. 1. Colon Cleansing In addition to a parasite cleanse, it is very beneficial to add colonics as part of your treatment process.
May 05, 2018 by Annie
Fibre is defined as the carbohydrate in food that the body is unable to digest. It passes through our digestive system helping to keep our bowel movements regular. There are two types of fibre and both are equally as crucial for our health. These types of fibre provide the body with different benefits, which is why adding a variety of fibrous foods to your diet is key to ensure you are receiving the benefits of each. Insoluble fibre helps to keep you regular by adding bulk to stool accelerating the transit time of food. Sources include wheat bran, whole grains and some vegetables and fruit. Soluble fibre helps to lower cholesterol and glucose levels in the blood. Sources include vegetables such as carrots, eggplant, and legumes and fruit like citrus fruit and apples. Oat bran, barley and legumes are additional sources.
April 04, 2018 by Annie
Food Sensitives Many people are sensitive to some foods and unfortunately they are probably the most enjoyable. The most common food allergies are associated with dairy, soy, eggs, gluten, nuts, corn, citrus fruit, yeast and vegetables dark in colour. There are multiple ways to determine what foods are irritating to your body. Evidence proves that Bio Meridian sensitivity testing and elimination diets are among the top effective methods. When we are aware of what foods are irritating to your system it is simple to stay clear of these ingredients. Low Stomach Acid You may have heard that people have a tendency to have high stomach acid. Although this can be true for some, a majority of the population actually has low stomach acid.
There are some of the main reasons why soy protein makes many health experts list of the 10 healthy foods you should never eat. But is all soy bad? The key thing to note is soy products fall into fermented or unfermented. Unfermented soy products include tofu, edamame and soy milk, while miso, natto, tempeh are fermented soy products. All soybeans (even organic, non-GMO ones) naturally contain antinutrients, toxins and plant hormones. However, fermentation is what makes soy products health-promoting. Without fermentation, tofu is just a rubbery, white piece of questionable vegan protein. Tofu is made from soy, and the majority of the time soy is bad for you for many reasons. Numerous scientific studies link soy to digestive troubles, malnutrition, thyroid dysfunction, cognitive decline, reproductive disorders, as well as heart disease and cancer.
Diatomaceous earth (DE) is a natural product made up of fossilized remains of tiny, aquatic organisms called diatoms. Diatoms are a major group of algae and are among the most common types of phytoplankton. Algae's included organisms range from unicellular genera, such as Chlorella and the diatoms, to multicellular forms, such as giant kelp, a large brown alga which may grow up to 50m in length. Most are aquatic. Diatomaceous earth is positively charged, and bad bacteria and fungi like candida are negatively charged. It is also very very sharp on a very small scale. So, as the DE works its way through your digestive system it attracts the candida and bad bacteria to it. Then because of its sharpness, it cuts up and kills the bacteria, allowing your body to rid of it.
November 11, 2017 by Annie