Articles in: Digestion & Elimination

Possibly the most prevalent health concerns that people experience are digestion-related. In Ayurveda, it is said that 80% of all disease can be attributed to digestive imbalance. An accurate understanding of digestion requires an evaluation of each aspect of the digestive process. Poor lymphatic circulation and stress can also directly impact digestive strength, and must be evaluated to restore optimal digestive health. While most folks just remove the hard-to-digest foods from their diet, we aim to reset the digestive strength that you deserve.

Digest Like An 18 Year Old Again

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Average Reading Time: 7 minutes and 55 seconds This article is geared to those of you who once digested well, but over time started struggling with health, weight, mood, digestive and other health concerns. Perhaps you are eliminating foods, taking digestive agents or exercising like crazy to recapture your health, […]

Be Free of Gluten Free

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Average Reading Time: 2 minutes and 15 seconds According to a recent study in the American Journal of Gastroenterology, it is estimated that 2 million Americans complain of celiac disease (CD), which is a gluten sensitivity condition. Gluten is a hard-to-digest protein that can trigger an overzealous immune response in […]

How to Eat Less and Thrive Without Hunger

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Average Reading Time: 6 minutes and 26 seconds Eating less food (within limits) is perhaps the most well-researched strategy for living a longer and healthier life. Why? Excess food intake puts undue stress on all the organs associated with digestion, not least the liver, which is responsible for a myriad […]

Lessons From A Deer: Don’t Eat Out Of Season

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Average Reading Time: 2 minutes and 14 seconds Herbivores have evolved to have two stomachs. The first one is called the rumen, where grasses, barks and impossible-to-digest-by-humans plant matter are digested by millions of plant-eating microbes. Rumens and the saliva of herbivores are either alkaline or neutral, allowing just about […]