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Our health is directly affected and dependent upon the health of our planet. That is why it is so important to support responsible and restorative practices.
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he lymphatic and circulatory systems are closely linked, but function quite differently. In the circulatory system, the blood runs in a closed system and cannot pass out of it.
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Surface microvilli in the small intestine are highly regenerative.
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There are many auto-immune disorders, but the common thread is that the body becomes ‘allergic’ to its own tissues and attacks them by means of antibodies, and differ only depending on which tissues are attacked.
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Almost everyone has at least one sensitivity. Many people are not aware, however, that their symptoms may be caused by inappropriate food choices.
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Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) is the “hangry” or “you don’t like me when I’m hungry” syndrome. It is a common dysfunction that involves primarily the pancreas, adrenal glands and liver.
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The adrenal glands are two busy little hormone factories. They sit on top of each kidney. They produce epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine (noradrenaline), dopamine, glucocorticoids (cortisol, cortisone, corticosterone), mineralocorticoids (aldosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone), and sex hormones (androgens, estrogens, progestins).
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Leaky gut refers to a condition whereby the small intestine becomes more permeable than normal, allowing incompletely digested food molecules to enter the bloodstream.
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Answering yes to three (3) or more of the above questions means there is a very high probability you are suffering from an overgrowth of Candida in your body.
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Most children and many young adults can usually eat whatever they like without experiencing gastric distress. Unfortunately, the older we get, the less hydrochloric acid (HCl) our stomachs produce. Most people over 40 could benefit from some form of digestive support.
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