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When you think about probiotics, do your thoughts meander to your digestive tract? It makes sense: your intestines offer up about 250 square metres of living space for bacteria to call home. But your ability to host bacteria extends far ...Read More
Fibre is an essential part of a healthy diet; however, the average adult in Canada consumes far less than the recommended 21–38 g of dietary fibre per day (1). A moderate intake of dietary fibre has been associated with maintaining ...Read More
Candida is a stubborn yeast that mostly affects women. Although yeast is a normal resident in the body, it can lead to various symptoms if it overgrows and spreads in the gut. Dysbiosis refers to an imbalance of microorganisms in ...Read More
From hormones and mood to digestion and concerns over aging skin, women’s health has never been simple. Advances in nutraceutical therapy are providing new ways to help relieve many common health concerns. Here is a selection of nutritional solutions you ...Read More
Our digestive tract was not designed to handle the modern North American diet of cooked and processed food even if the food is organic and wholesome. Raw foods come with their own supply of enzymes, which are essential for digestion ...Read More
The days are getting longer, the first green sprouts of spring are showing, and the sun has real warmth for what feels like the first time in forever. Winter is all about being cozy and comfortable – but now it’s ...Read More
You don’t pay much attention to your digestive system when it’s running smoothly. But once indigestion, bloating, gas, constipation, and diarrhea become part of your daily life, not only is it embarrassing, but it can lead to long term conditions ...Read More
Digestive enzymes offer many health benefits. While some people are aware that enzymes are important, not everyone knows that enzymes are essential and make life possible. Almost every function in the human body depends on enzymes and without them, we ...Read More
Castor oil has been used from antiquity, its first recorded medicinal use going back to the time of the Ebers papyrus, an ancient Egyptian medical treatise. Castor oil is a viscous, pale yellow vegetable oil pressed from the bean (in ...Read More
We’ve all heard about how the gut influences our mood, our skin and our immune system. But did you know that your experience of pain could be linked your gut1? Your gut lining is just one cell thick, and when ...Read More
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