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
Bloating, Gas, Cramping, Fatigue, IBS, Headaches Food Sensitivities – People affected by food sensitivities often times find that leaky gut is to blame. Because of the onslaught of toxins that enter the bloodstream, the immune systems of people with intestinal hyperpermeability are on overdrive mass-producing various antibodies, which makes their bodies more susceptible to antigens in certain foods (especially gluten and dairy) Autoimmune Disease – The key to understanding how leaky gut can cause an autoimmune disease is through the research done on a protein known as “zonulin.” According to a 2011 article published in the journal Physiologic Reviews Thyroid Problems – One of the autoimmune diseases that leaky gut syndrome may directly affect is Hashimoto’s disease.
August 08, 2017 by Annie
Everyone knows the rhyme about beans being good for your heart, and most people can identify broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and cabbage as gassy foods. Did you know that avocados, garlic, bell peppers, onions, cucumber, artichokes, and asparagus are also gas-producing? Soy is also notoriously hard to digest. Many of these foods contain a complex sugar called raffinose, and/or fructose, both of which can cause gas. And it's not only vegetables; fruit can also give you gas. Apples, bananas, peaches, pears, apricots and oranges, along with dried fruit, all contain sorbitol, which is a sugar alcohol that's very gassy. You're supposed to eat a lot of fiber, about 25-30 grams per day. Dried fruit, whole grains, leafy greens - lots of healthy food is high in fiber.
Did you know on average individuals are likely to carry hundreds of gallstones? Even if you have not experienced any pain or trauma associated with gallstones, they are present in all of our bodies. The gall bladder is responsible for storing bile produced by the liver. The bile is stored in the organ until it is needed for the digestion of fats. The gall bladder also aids in the elimination of waste products from the liver into a part of the small intestine, known as the duodenum. Performing a gall bladder cleanse helps to rid the body of these unwanted gall stones. Some may believe that gall stones only become a problem once calcified however this is not entirely correct. Naturally, gall stones are produced as soft matter in the body giving them the ability to stick together. If the soft stones lump together there is a potential for the bile duct to become clogged.
Are you suffering from back pain, joint pain or any other inflammation in your body? Do you know that your diet is crucial in any healing process? Avoiding certain foods and taking the right supplements is essential to the healing process. Our clients visit us for a variety of reasons. We’ve noticed back pain is one of the common complaints. While there are a multitude of therapies available to treat back pain, have you considered that your diet may be slowing you down from healing? To speed up the healing process, we encourage the following: Try to avoid or limit these foods as much as possible: References: www.draxe.com www.arthrits.
October 10, 2016 by Annie