Immune Support Condition

Our immune system is our body’s key defense mechanism for preventing and fighting off disease. It is your body’s own personal army and consists of cells, organs and tissues that work together to defend the body against “foreign invaders” such as bad bacteria, fungi and parasites. It is the immune system’s job to keep these invaders out or destroy them altogether. If you have a weak, or weakened immune system, steps such as regular detoxification of toxins, added nutrition and getting a good night’s sleep will be of prime importance.

Posted on: January 30th, 2019 by Brandon No Comments

The Immune-Boosting Power of Mushrooms

There is no shortage of products that claim to help people get through cold and flu season. But for those who like to focus on scientifically-backed natural medicines, consider making room in your medicine cabinet for an effective new immune-booster – mushrooms. In some parts of the world, mushrooms have been used medicinally for centuries. However, many people in western medicine do not realize their... Read More

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Posted on: January 13th, 2017 by Sarah No Comments

A Sinus Infection Solution; Served on a Silver Platter

While there is much to love about the fall and winter, one unwelcome aspect is the arrival of cold and flu season.  Even if you are able to avoid a nasty bout of the flu, common cold symptoms can linger far longer than we would like. Do you ever feel like you’ve mostly gotten over a cold in just a few days, but can’t seem... Read More

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Posted on: January 9th, 2014 by Gregg Gittins 2 Comments

Optimize Your Health: pH Tips to Live By (3/3)

"...get rid of the table salt and replace it with unrefined sea salt! Salt is an essential nutrient; however we are not referring to table salt! Today’s table salt has nothing in common with natural, unrefined sea salt, which is an essential nutrient. Unrefined sea salt once sold for its weight in gold."... Read More

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Posted on: January 9th, 2014 by Gregg Gittins No Comments

Optimize Your Health: Test Your pH Levels (2/3)

You can test your pH levels in the privacy of your own home. To do this, you will need to purchase pH paper, or litmus strips, from your local health food store or pharmacy. There are two at-home methods for testing: saliva and urine testing... Read More

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