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Three simple steps to help your Gastrointestinal system
Here are three easy things you can do to help your Gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Diabetes is first pandemic of 21st century
People looking to maintain their digestive health could be interested to hear the latest developments surrounding type 2 diabetes.
The Five Gut TypesRead through the following list to see if any of the gut types seem similar to your individual health status. Do you see yourself in any of these descriptions?
"I am on a strict budget but feel for the first time since i was 15yrs old that something is finally working for me. I am now 58."
SweetenersWith the ever-increasing attention on sugar in the American diet, it is common to want to replace its sweet taste with a sugar substitute, and there are quite a few to choose from. They appear in a variety of food products, from beverages to baked goods, and are available for home use.
The Science Behind AlcolimClinical studies have revealed that one of the main reasons for excessive alcohol intake by some people is rooted in a profound imbalanced functioning of their cerebral cortex. In particular, the frontal cortex is directly associated with our ability to control behaviour and actions.
"Immunecare products have really helped with my IBS, and I don’t suffer with it any more."
Sue Reeves, UK
3 simple changes you can make to improve your gut health immediatelyUnfortunately, we are seeing an increasing number of people with serious health problems, and many of these disorders stem from intestinal issues. While every case is different, there are three easy basic things you can do to improve the health of your gut.
Balancing the Intestinal EcosystemThe condition and function of the gastrointestinal tract is essential to our well being. After the respiratory tract, the GI tract constitutes the second largest body surface area, comparable in surface area to a tennis court. During a normal lifetime, about 60 tons of food will pass through this canal.