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A is for Acid

Oct 27, 2016 by Rob Jones

Why is having low stomach acid levels more an issue today than ever before and how can you make more stomach acid naturally?

Topic: Acid Reflux Allergies Heartburn Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

What is Your Gut Telling You?

Apr 1, 2015 by Amanda Fraser

Research shows that there is a direct link between bacteria in your intestines and many an ailing disease.

Understanding Your Bowel Health

Mar 18, 2015 by Kat Tate

Itís not really something to discuss at the dinner table, but understanding your bowel health could very well save your life

Bifidobacterium

Jul 10, 2009

Bifidobacterium is one of the friendly bacteria that naturally occurs in the intestines of both infants and adults and in the vaginal tract of adults. As one of the first good bacteria to colonise in the intestines of infants who are breastfed, bifidobact

What are Lactobacillus?

Jul 10, 2009

Not all bacteria are harmful to your body. While some diseases have been blamed on bacteria such as salmonella and E.coli, there are some micro-organisms that have been medically proven to yield several health benefits to the human body. These beneficial

Acidophilus Explained

Jul 10, 2009

More people are turning to natural products for the prevention and treatment of diseases. For many years, some cultures have been using live foods to promote good digestion. The common denominator among these dishes is acidophilus which is naturally produ

Understanding Pancreas

Jun 20, 2009

The pancreas is located near the stomach and small intestine. As an endocrine gland, it produces and secretes hormones such as insulin and glucagon directly into the bloodstream.

Are You a Fast Oxidiser?

May 3, 2009

The metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats into energy is referred to as oxidation. This is the rate at which nutrients are converted to energy within all of your body's cells.

Are You a Slow Oxidiser?

May 1, 2009

The metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats into energy is referred to as oxidation. This is the rate at which nutrients are converted to energy within all of your body's cells.

What is Metabolism?

Apr 28, 2009

Metabolism describes the ongoing chemical reactions in the body, such as the breakdown of food and its transformation into energy. This is controlled by hormones, which secrete enzymes to achieve this task. These chemical messengers, secreted by the glan

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