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What is Organic Food?

And Is Organic Better or Just a Fad?Growing up, we learned about the food pyramid, the various food groups, and the evils of junk food. Nothing was too complicated and all were fairly easy to understand. Unfortunately today, it’s not that simple anymore. Gone are the days when you can just go to the market, buy the freshest [...]

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Is Coffee Good For You?

The Link Between Coffee and Your Gallbladder More than 600 billion cups of coffee are consumed by the world’s population yearly. That demand makes it the second most sought-after commodity in the world after crude oil. The coffee industry also serves as a livelihood for more than 25 million people. Based on global market trends, it is still expected to [...]

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​Circadian Clock: The Link between Sleep and Digestion

Have you noticed how you feel so sleepy and lethargic after a big meal? Or how you can’t sleep when you’re hungry? Or how your digestive issues seem to be worse after a bad night of sleep? Not to mention the fact that gastrointestinal symptoms make sleep elusive. You have probably experienced at least one of these but just [...]

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Jerusalem Artichoke Benefits and Your Gallbladder Health

I have always been a firm believer in the two pronged approach of lifestyle modification and supplementation. That’s why together with concentrated supplements for supporting healthy bile and digestion, I strongly suggest eating a gallbladder-friendly diet. Following either the moderate 2nd Gallbladder Menu plan or the strict, 30 Day Menu will help you to keep on track. [...]

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Betaine Hydrochloride: 6 Benefits You Need to Know

What is Betaine HCl?Betaine hydrochloride is a compound made from betaine and hydrochloric acid. Betaine, also called trimethylglycine or TMG, is a naturally occurring crystalline alkaloid present in food sources like sugar beets, wheat, quinoa, and spinach. In our bodies, it is a by-product of choline and glycine. Betaine serves as a methyl donor so certain processes within the [...]

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7 Benefits of Taurine

What is Taurine?Taurine, also called 2-aminoethanesulphonicacid, is the most abundant sulphur-containing amino acid in humans. High concentrations of taurine are found in certain parts of the body such as the heart and retina but it is also present in the brain, kidneys, intestine, liver, and skeletal muscle. Healthy adults are able to synthesize taurine from naturally-occurring components like cysteine [...]

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Monk Fruit: The Healthiest Sweetener Yet?

Sugar is the sweet, silent killer linked to many chronic diseases such as diabetes, obesity, heart diseases, cancer, and many more. And though it is still a multi-billion-dollar commodity, more and more people are now becoming aware of its negative effects; thus, the rise of alternative sweeteners. Some alternative products in the market today such as agave nectar, aspartame, or sucralose [...]

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The Link Between Liver Flukes and Bile Duct Cancer

If you were to find out that there are more than 35 million people infected with liver fluke, wouldn’t you be worried that you’re one of them? What makes it even scarier is that these parasites can live inside our bodies for as long as 20 to 30 years before manifesting through various symptoms. Even if you are one [...]

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Keto Diet for Weight Loss: Good or Bad for the Gallbladder Impaired?

Keto diet has been a popular and growing trend for the past two years according to Google. It is therefore no wonder that the Ketogenic Diet is considered one of the top five weight loss programs in 2017. Many people, including celebrities, swear by it. Research studies also confirm that this diet can help address more than just obesity [...]

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​Long Term PPI Use Puts Your Gut and Body at Risk

It is a common assumption that medications prescribed for diseases only affect certain organs and selected areas of the body. For example, many people would think that a drug for hypertension will only influence the cardiovascular system, or that a pain medication will only find its way to the sore areas. Unfortunately, drugs do not work that way. [...]

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