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Fatty Liver (September 2012)

With the traditional Western diet rich in processed foods, junk food, refined bakery goods and sugar, many diseases are linked to what is called fatty liver disease. In the USA the incidence of fatty liver is 15 to 20% of the general population and is much higher than...

Gallbladder (August 2012)

The human gallbladder stores bile produced by the liver. Bile is released when foods containing fats enter the digestive tract. The bile helps neutralize excess stomach acid and break down fats to absorb fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E, and K. Gallstones affect...

Mosquitoes (July 2012)

The long summer nights are upon us and with the stars in the sky and the sounds of the chirping crickets, it’s nice to sit outside and take pleasure of the warm season. As dusk approaches though, those pesky mosquitoes are out amongst us as well. Some experts are...

Detox: Part 2 (June 2012)

How do you know if you’re body needs a little extra help to detox? First of all, you can subjectively look at how your excretory system is functioning. Check your urination: Your urine should be a pale yellow and you should be drinking enough clean water to urinate...

Detox: Part 1 (May 2012)

“Detoxification” is a naturally occurring process that the body is designed to perform to rid the body of waste products that occur as part of normal metabolism. In addition, it works to rid the body of toxic elements that are inhaled or consumed from the...
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