Monthly Archives: May 2014

Nutritional Gaps – Fill them!

Feeling better and being healthy is something we all want and work on. There are natural ways to help everyone. One of the priorities to address nutritional deficiencies. Everyone is deficient in something. Most people are low on basic minerals … Continue reading

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Omega 3 Oils – Good for you!

Omega 3 Oils are a part of the family of essential fatty acids (EFA) that are collectively called vitamin F. These oils are notoriously absent in the standard American diet, making them an important supplement. Symptoms of omega 3 deficiency … Continue reading

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Enzymes – Not just for digestion!

Enzymes are catalysts that run hundreds of thousands of biochemical reactions in our bodies. Also known as “sparks of life”, they are essential for digesting food, stimulating the brain, providing cellular energy and repairing all tissue. There are two major … Continue reading

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Glycemic Index – Do you know what this is?

Glycemic Index or GI is a measure of the effect of the carbohydrates in foods on blood-glucose levels.  Carbohydrates that break down quickly in the process of digestion have high GI values, while carbohydrates that break down slowly have low … Continue reading

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