For people suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a new study recently released by McMaster University, Health Sciences Centre in Ontario, Canada, found that for some patients, natural and over-the-counter remedies may be the cheapest and most effective way to treat IBS. Moreover, Dr. Alexander C. Ford, lead researcher on the project,Read More →

If you suffer from any of these symptoms, you may have a sensitivity or intolerance to salicylates: asthma, ear infections, rhinitis, sinusitis, depression, headaches, hyperactivity, inability to concentrate, irritability, migraines, mental sluggishness, mood changes, dermatitis, eczema, itching, rashes, bloating, canker sores, colic, cramps, diarrhea, flatulence, heartburn, mouth ulcers, stomach pains, vomiting, achy joints, arthritis, myalgia, or weakness.Read More →

To achieve total health it’s important to have good digestion because doctors have learned your immune system is 75 percent dependent on your gatrointestinal tract, and if your gastrointestinal tract isn’t working properly your ability to fight off diseases and infections is lowered. In addition, poor digestion increases your risk forRead More →

The results of a saffron study were recently released, and if you suffer from monthly premenstrual syndrome (PMS) the Mediterranean spice saffron may help. PMS affects serotonin levels in the brain, and as Iranian researchers knew saffron helped mild depression, they decided to test its affects on women with PMS.Read More →

The stomach and pancreas are involved in digestion. The stomach produces hydrochloric acid which combines with digestive enzymes from the pancreas to breakdown carbohydrates, fat, and protein. Most doctors believe suboptimal operation of the pancreas is at the root of many diseases, and they believe that to have good organicRead More →