Category Archives: Wellness

Improve Your Digestion

Improve Your Digestion

 

Do you ever finish a great meal, only to wind up feeling terrible?  If so, you’re not alone.

 

Most people experience some kind bloating, heartburn, or nausea after eating…and no one seems to take it seriously. Continue reading Improve Your Digestion

Restless Legs, Psoriasis, & Chronic Pain Gone With a Gluten Free Diet

Listen to Jean as she shares her story, which is very similar to mine, which you can read HERE.

She was taken around the proverbial medical block trying to find a real solution to her health problems.  Multiple medications, frustration, and terrible health all caused by the wrong foods in her diet.  If you know someone with psoriasis, restless legs, fibromyalgia, or chronic pain, you owe it to them to share this video testimony.  It just might change their life forever!

Has your health improved after going on a gluten-free diet?  Share your story so we can help others. Lets help them to turn their life around.

Six Amazing Health Benefits of Magnesium – and Some Great Ways to Get More of It

Six Amazing Health Benefits of Magnesium – and Some Great Ways to Get More of It

Poor dietary habits, pharmaceutical drug use, and nutrient-depleted growing soils are among the most common reasons why many people today are dangerously deficient in the mineral magnesium, a necessary nutrient for the proper function of virtually all systems of the body. The good news, though, is that incorporating more magnesium into your diet does not have to be a burdensome chore, and doing so could drastically improve your health in ways you never before imagined.
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What are the Foods on the Paleo Diet?

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So, what does the paleo diet consist of? What is on the Paleo Diet Food List?

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Psoriasis and Gluten Sensitivity

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Skin disease is common in those with gluten sensitivity. The most commonly seen skin affliction is called dermatitis herpetiformis.

Scientists at the Medical University of Silesia in Poland decided to find out whether or not antibodies for celiac disease could be found in the blood of those with psoriasis. They already knew that psoriasis was seen in some patients that had celiac disease and those with gluten sensitivity, plus a remission could be seen in the psoriasis on those who switched to a  gluten-free diet. A remission of the psoriasis could even be seen in those who had had psoriasis for years.

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