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How To Fertilize Your Microbiome To Restore Gut Health

How To Fertilize Your Microbiome To Restore Gut Health

Dr. Mercola, who has the number one healthy website on the internet, said that Dr. Bush’s work is “Nobel Prize-worthy.” I completely agree. Restore is described on the website as “a soil-derived supplement that promotes an optimal gut environment.” Think of it as fertilizer for your body, for your microbiome, which are the good bugs that live in your body.

Addressing Alzheimer’s Effectively with Nutrition

Addressing Alzheimer’s Effectively with Nutrition

Alzheimer's without a solution is scary—with this article I wish for you to understand that there is hope. I had a patient with bad Alzheimer's, bad enough that he would get lost going to the mailbox. He was living in an Alzheimer's care center and his sister started...

The Anti-Viral Diet to Get Rid of Viruses

The Anti-Viral Diet to Get Rid of Viruses

There are many foods that can flare-up or lengthen a viral immune challenge. These foods are high in an amino acid (a normal component of proteins) called Arginine, and usually low in an amino acid called Lysine. Arginine is not harmful, but if it is consumed in...

Who Is Your Nutrition Guide?

Who Is Your Nutrition Guide?

Do you need at nutrition guide? We all need some supplementation. We can’t get everything we need for health from the food we eat. We all require healthy fat, protein, vitamins, and minerals to survive.

Solution to Your Digestive Problems?

Solution to Your Digestive Problems?

No one can argue with the father of modern medicine about digestive problems! Especially, the 45 million suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS); 1.6 million people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

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