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What I learnt this week part 2 (Guest blog by Elinor Bridges)

Hello again everyone. I hope it’s been a good week, and not too stressful for those with deadlines. For me, it’s been another week of exploring the weird and wonderful world of living things, a few of which shall feature in this blog. 654 more words

The University Of Manchester

Using Kefir to Heal Irritable Bowel Syndrome

The chances are, if you have any type of gut irregularity (e.g. irritable bowel syndrome , constipation, acid reflux), as well as other imbalances, you’ve almost certainly got an imbalanced gut flora. 309 more words


Product Warning - Health Plus Acidophilus and other Probiotic Tablets/Capsules.

Hey everyone I’m just writing you a quick blog as a warning about this product in the image Health Plus – Acidiphilus probiotic capsules.
As you can see below these are still below their best before date up until January 2016. 246 more words

Scotty Runner

Trials of Kefir

I’ve been familiar with kefir for a long time. When I babysat in high school, the mother of one little boy I took care of had him drink it daily along with a slew of supplements. 890 more words


Your digestive system; where healing begins

Your digestive system plays a crucial role in your healing process. This complex series of organs and glands break down the food you eat into nutrients that your body can absorb, using them to provide energy, heal and fight off disease. 888 more words


Salmon with Artichoke & Sweet Potato

Did you know? Artichokes are high in inulin, a prebiotic that nourishes the growth of good gut bacteria that can compete with disease-causing bacteria.

Wild sockeye salmon, artichoke, sweet potato, ghee, white wine, bone broth, garlic, thyme, sea salt and black pepper.

State of the Nation: Monsanto’s ROUNDUP Poisons The Nation’s Food Supply

Posted on February 28, 2015
by State of the Nation

SOTN Editor’s Note:

The health and environmental exposé below imparts critical information about the Monsanto weedkiller known as… 1,356 more words