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Gut and Digestive Health

Many people experience the presence of blood in their stool. This alarming discovery may be the result of bleeding inside of your gastrointestinal (GI) tract and can indicate a temporary affliction or a severe illness. On the other hand, a red “bloody-looking” stool can also be caused by something you ate. Producing black, tarry, or dark red stools is an indicator of health conditions ranging from hemorrhoids to inflammation in the upper GI tract. Some of the causes of gastrointestinal bleeding can be prevented or reversed with a healthy diet […]

Probiotics are microorganisms that support a healthy gut flora. Available in foods or supplements, probiotics can boost the immune system, support digestive health, and relieve gas, bloating, and abdominal discomfort. If you follow a vegan, vegetarian, or dairy-free diet, there are plenty of delicious probiotic-rich options to add to your daily menu. (more…)

Epsom salt is a potent mineral compound comprised of magnesium and sulfate. It is widely used to relieve many minor health issues. Soaking in a bath with Epsom salt can relieve achy feet and soothe sore muscles. Epsom salt is used in skin cleansers and hair care products to help naturally exfoliate skin and give hair more volume and shine. Many people also turn to Epsom salt as a remedy for occasional constipation as ingesting food grade Epsom salt flushes the gastrointestinal tract and encourages detoxification. (more…)

Turmeric, also known as Curcuma longa, is an ancient spice that has remained popular in India and Asia since 2,000 BC. The spice is a prized component of the culinary traditions of these cultures. Turmeric belongs to the ginger family and its roots impart a vibrant yellowish hue to curry dishes. Turmeric root is also used as a natural dyeing agent for cloth. (more…)

Diatomaceous earth is a naturally formed, sedimentary mineral rock. It's derived from the remains of diatoms — oceanic unicellular algae.[1] Diatoms are over 30 million years old, and they're formed from the cementation of microscopic, algae-like plant remains into the earth's surface. These chalky, clay-like remains are usually found in the form of a thick, white, siliceous powder known as diatomaceous earth.[2] Often used to support body cleansing, some research suggests that diatomaceous earth is a natural tool for promoting normal blood lipids, detoxing heavy metals, and eliminating harmful organisms […]