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Everything You Need to Know About Inflammation

Everything You Need to Know About Inflammation

What is Inflammation? Inflammation is a process by which the body’s white blood cells and immune system protect us from infection and disease. In response to injury or infection, inflammatory cells are activated and release chemical signals that promote repair...
The Importance of Stomach Acid (HCL)

The Importance of Stomach Acid (HCL)

The Role of Stomach Acid Hydrochloric acid is a key component of the digestive system, and it plays an important role in the digestion of food. The stomach produces hydrochloric acid, which helps to break down food and make nutrients available for absorption....
6 Reasons to Avoid Dairy

6 Reasons to Avoid Dairy

Though dairy products are a staple in many diets, there are a number of health and environmental reasons to avoid them.  It is highly processed Dairy products are some of the most highly processed foods available. In order to extend their shelf life and preserve...
The Most Important “Vitamin” You Need, and Why

The Most Important “Vitamin” You Need, and Why

Did you know that around 40% of the US population is deficient in Vitamin D? Most of the population is aware of Vitamin D as the vitamin that comes from the sun or eating fatty fish. Although these things are true, Vitamin D plays a much more important role in our...
Probiotics: Food or Supplements?

Probiotics: Food or Supplements?

Probiotics are living organisms that can be beneficial to our health when they’re obtained through food or supplements. Some “pros” include fighting off harmful bacteria in the gut, aiding digestion, boosting your immune system, and even reducing symptoms of...
Lure Of Synthetic Vitamins

Lure Of Synthetic Vitamins

Most chemists believe synthetic vitamins are identical to natural vitamins. While the isolated factor of each may be identical, newer information challenges this belief. Man-made synthetic supplements are a combination of some of the separate factors, never the whole...