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Do You Really Need a Colon Cleanse? Find out now.

What is colon cleansing? And how do you know if you need a colon cleanse?

Sometimes a colon cleanse is recommended by a natural health practitioner, or required for a medical procedure. Other times you may be looking for the benefits of detoxification, and relief from conditions such as:

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Top 5 Supplements to Prevent, Reverse or Manage Type 2 Diabetes (T2D)

Type 2 diabetes [Diabetes mellitus Type 2] is considered by many a modern epidemic. It’s also considered by some as an autoimmune disease.

In 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that the number of people with diabetes has quadrupled since 1980, with 422 million people diagnosed, globally. In fact, they list diabetes as the #1 cause of death, worldwide.

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Daily Intake of Common Spices Improves Memory and Mood

Hiding in your spice rack is a delicate powder that has been treasured for thousands of years by cooks, food lovers, and holistic physicians, alike.

It’s not just delicious, though… It’s got so many health benefits that 5,600 scientific studies have been done on it! And while it’s becoming more and more well known and popular, not everyone has gotten the memo that it’s also beneficial for your mood and memory.

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40 Reasons You Should Get Rid of Toxins And Parasites NOW. Here’s how you know you have them

You would think that if you had parasites living in your body, or if you were dealing with toxins like heavy metals or chemicals, that you would “know”. The signs would be obvious, right?

Not so.

In fact, sometimes you can have a symptom—or even a slew of them—that seem related to a specific condition or health issue, but they can actually be caused by either parasites or toxins… or both. Worse, toxins and parasites can be silently affecting your body for years, while causing real damage.

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The missing link in Dianna’s 31-year autoimmune battle…1 week changed everything!

How many times have you heard us say, “Healing your gut will heal your brain”?

That’s because doctors have known for decades that having a gut dysfunction can lead to brain diseases and mental health conditions.

Now, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine — one of the most respected medical research hospitals in the world — have released exciting new research that provides strong evidence that Parkinson’s disease originates among toxic proteins in the gut and then travels through the body’s neurons (nerve cells) to the brain.

They believe the key to preventing the onset of Parkinson’s is by blocking the transmission of toxic proteins from traveling to the neurons.

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How to Protect Your Brain Against Dementia & Parkinson’s – Gale Reversed Her Condition in Several Weeks!

How many times have you heard us say, “Healing your gut will heal your brain”?

That’s because doctors have known for decades that having a gut dysfunction can lead to brain diseases and mental health conditions.

Now, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine — one of the most respected medical research hospitals in the world — have released exciting new research that provides strong evidence that Parkinson’s disease originates among toxic proteins in the gut and then travels through the body’s neurons (nerve cells) to the brain.

They believe the key to preventing the onset of Parkinson’s is by blocking the transmission of toxic proteins from traveling to the neurons.

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Neurotransmitters: Our Natural Secret Weapons to Boost Brain Function and Mood

As you might suspect from the name, neurotransmitters are the brain’s “chemical messengers” — transmitting important messages between nerve cells (called neurons).

Neurotransmitters come packaged in tiny bubbles called vesicles. And every millisecond, billions of your brain cells use vesicles to send signals to each other..[i]

Typically, each vesicle holds only a single type of neurotransmitter with specific functions.

For example, the neurotransmitter dopamine is associated with memory and cognitive skills.

The neurotransmitter serotonin helps regulate mood and sleep.

And the neurotransmitter, GABA, can boost mood or have a calming, relaxing effect on the nervous system.

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Can Omega-3 help protect your brain from age-related cognitive decline, anxiety, and depression?

Remember cod liver oil? Your grandma or even mother may have made you take that as a kid.

Of course, back in those days it was a ‘spoon and you choke it down’; no fancy gummies or flavors of questionable ingredients back then!

As unpleasant as that may have been, turns out granny was right…

Fish oil, which is chock full of omega-3, is absolutely necessary for optimal health and wellness.

Omega-3 is known as an “essential” fatty acid. The long list of potential health benefits your body receives from omega-3 includes your eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels; sperm cells, immune system, hormone balance, and brain health.

And, research indicates that consuming more omega-3s from fish may lower your risk of developing Alzheimer’s, dementia, and cognitive decline. We’ll look more closely at that in a moment. But first…

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Science proves depression isn’t all in your head

When we want to express a deep, core feeling or inner knowing — which part of our body do we instinctively mention?

It’s gut-wrenching. My gut tells me. A gut feeling, gut instinct, gut reaction.

These common expressions all center around one thing — your gut.

Would it surprise you to know that according to scientists, your health and even your happiness stem from your gut, too?

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Heavy metals linked to Alzheimer’s – Here’s how to remove them safely

Heavy metals linked to Alzheimer’s – Here’s how to remove them safely

Current research shows a likely connection between the development of Alzheimer’s and a heavy-metal build-up in your brain and body.

Normally, your body can filter out excessive heavy metals. However, if your organs are not working optimally, or there are too many heavy metals in your body, your brain can be negatively impacted.

Scientists found that an accumulation of heavy metals contributes to the creation of sticky proteins in the brain that cause brain damage.

The proteins clump into two kinds of plaques called amyloids and tau tangles. The same plaques and tangles are found in the brains of patients with Alzheimer’s.

Research also tells us that heavy metals increase levels of chemically-altered molecules called ROS (reactive oxygen species) in the brain. These cause serious damage to brain cells, including cell aging and death.

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