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Beans, greens (especially cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower) and heavy carbohydrate-laden foods can cause gassiness and bloating. These foods have carbohydrates that are linked to proteins or fats (known as glycoproteins or glycolipids) which aren't effectively broken down in the gut; these poorly-digested particles then serve as a food source for intestinal bacteria. (more…)

Invertase is a carbohydrate-digesting enzyme that splits sucrose (common table sugar) into its component parts, glucose and fructose. It is generally derived from a beneficial strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and then purified to be used either by itself or as a part of a multi-enzyme formula. Combined with other carbohydrates, it enhances the overall digestion of starch, sugar and other carbohydrates. (more…)

Urtica dioica, or Stinging Nettle, is probably one of the world's most popular herbal remedies. Health practitioners use it commonly for its potency against harmful organisms, redness, and swelling; as well as its immune modulating action. It has also been used to support balanced blood sugar and normal cholesterol levels. [1] The benefits don't stop there. For men, in particular, stinging nettle provides support for the prostate and lower urinary tract. (more…)

Soil contains a wealth of organic matter from decomposed plant and animal matter. A substance known as "humus" is the primary component of that organic matter. As water washes through soil, it washes away the humic acids from the humus in the soil. Research has shown these acids to be a very effective tool for regulating metals in both plants and animals. (more…)