Feeling a little ‘backed-up’? You’re not alone; about 80 percent of Americans suffer from constipation at one point or another. Fortunately for most, all that is needed to prevent constipation is a little extra dietary fiber. It is important, however, to choose the right source of fiber, and with so many options out there, choosing can be difficult. Prunes and psyllium have long been found to help restore colon health and reduce constipation due to their high fiber content. However, …Read more
About 25 million Americans suffer with acid reflux disease or chronic heartburn, with symptoms such as burning and discomfort in the chest, throat and heart area.[i] Unfortunately, for many acid reflux disease sufferers, conventional therapies such as antacids simply aren’t enough to halt the burning sensation.[ii]
However, a novel new therapy involving the use of an implanted metal ring may hold the key to relieving the troublesome symptoms of acid reflux disease, even when all else fails.
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We live in an increasingly toxic world, and the number of artificial chemicals that we are exposed to on a daily basis is utterly shocking. According to the WorldWatch Institute, there are close to 100,000 man-made synthetic chemicals on the market today, that we regularly eat, drink and breathe in the form of food additives, agricultural pesticides, water and air pollutants, synthetic medications and environmental chemicals that are present in our every-day lives.
Thankfully, our body is protected with detoxification …Read more
If you suffer from bloating, gas or indigestion, you’re not alone. Gastrointestinal issues are a common problem in today’s society. While the symptoms of gastrointestinal issues may be uncomfortable and embarrassing to talk about, it is essential that you learn what’s going on with your body so that you can manage your symptoms appropriately.
This will help you to lead a normal life, free of the frequent uncomfortable stomach problems that you may experience on a regular basis.