Source: Enzymes in Food: 10 best foods for gut health by Dr. Edward Group Digestion is a complex process with many components and digestive enzymes are among the most important. Digestive enzymes help break down food so that the body can use the nutrients within the food. For a healthy person, their body should produce all … Continue reading Enzymes in Food: 10 best foods for gut health
Source: The Ultimate Guide to Detox Drinks for Body Cleansing by Dr. Edward Group Whether you are trying to support a major body cleanse or you just want to boost your energy, detox drinks can enrich a healthy lifestyle and support your mind and body! Are you looking for answers, like how often to drink these … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Detox Drinks for Body Cleansing
Source: The Detox Diet: 9 Simple Steps for Whole Body Cleansing by Dr. Edward Group We promote internal cleansing to help remove toxicants that accumulate in your body as a result of your diet and the environment around you. But if you want to take your efforts a step further, cutting back on the food-related toxins … Continue reading The Detox Diet: 9 Simple Steps for Whole Body Cleansing
Source: How to Choose the Best Dairy-Free Probiotic by Dr. Edward Group Probiotics are microorganisms that support a healthy gut flora. Available in foods or supplements, probiotics can boost the immune system, support digestive health, and relieve gas, bloating, and abdominal discomfort. If you follow a vegan, vegetarian, or dairy-free diet, there are plenty of delicious probiotic-rich options to … Continue reading How to Choose the Best Dairy-Free Probiotic
The internal environment of our bodies is maintained at a pH of just about 7.0. This means our internal environment is alkaline. Maintenance of this state is a dynamic, not static, process mediated moment to moment by numerous reactions that produce acid products. Our internal chemical equilibrium is primarily controlled by our lungs, kidneys, intestines, and skin. … Continue reading Alkaline Diet
Source: What the Bristol Stool Scale Tells You About Your Poop by Dr. Edward Group Your poop is an important indicator of how your body is running and your current health status. While using the appearance of your poop to gauge your wellness may seem strange to some, it is a medically proven way to detect an … Continue reading What the Bristol Stool Scale Tells You About Your Poop
If you’re a regular reader of this blog or follow my twitter account, you probably know that I’m a big believer of eating healthy and following a raw food diet. On a daily basis, I personally eat as many raw seeds, nuts, fruits and veggies as I can, all uncooked and unprocessed. I eat about 95% raw … Continue reading Raw Food World – Special Report!
Is it possible to reverse type 1 diabetes (T1D, previously known as insulin-dependent diabetes or IDDM) simply by enjoying a raw food diet? According to Dr. Kirt Tyson, a naturopathic doctor who practices in Arizona, eating a diet that primarily consists of raw foods can dramatically reduce blood sugar levels in type 1 diabetics, perhaps … Continue reading Reverse type 1 diabetes with a raw food diet
Source: Gardening at Home Linked to Increased Veggie Consumption by Dr. Edward Group Recent scientific research confirms that gardening may be linked to higher rates of vegetable eating in older populations of adults. According to a recent report from Texas A&M University and Texas State University, older populations of adults who garden are more likely to eat vegetables … Continue reading Gardening at Home Linked to Increased Veggie Consumption
Source: Does It Matter How Late We Eat? by Dr. Edward Group Some may reason that it shouldn’t matter how late we eat just as long as the calories we consume are within range of what our bodies need. However, eating late affects the body in a different way than eating a larger meal at mid-day. … Continue reading Does It Matter How Late We Eat?