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Avoid Gluten

Avoid Gluten

Gluten is the common protein found in wheat, barley, oats, spelt, and rye. Gluten is a sticky, storage protein that when combined with water becomes `gluey.` In the digestive tract this reaction can lead to gluten binding to the small intestinal wall, where it can... read more
The Blending Book and Your Health

The Blending Book and Your Health

Ann Wigmore developed a simple and effective program to extract the maximum nutrients from foods without creating stress on the digestive system. By properly blending raw foods – that is, liquefying them – we can release more of the vital enzymes,... read more
Hydrochloric Acid and Me

Hydrochloric Acid and Me

A Hippocrates Digestive Compound user recently wrote, I have been taking Hippocrates Digestive Compound (Hydrochloric Acid) with meals for the last six months. Before taking it, during the day and especially after meals I could feel tartar film on my teeth. I could... read more
Eight Foods that Cause Acid Reflux

Eight Foods that Cause Acid Reflux

Acid reflux, or heartburn, is characterized by a considerable burning sensation in the stomach and esophagus region. Reflux is extremely bothersome. There is a direct correlation between the foods we put in the body and the experience of acid reflux. While there are... read more
Stomach Acid and You

Stomach Acid and You

Most people assume that too much stomach acid is the cause of acid indigestion, so take acid suppressors. Surprisingly, though, the primary cause of indigestion in most people is insufficient stomach acid. Stomach acid is good and necessary for health. Stomach acid is... read more
Enzymes for your Health

Enzymes for your Health

The human race is at least half sick. In a biological sense, there are no completely healthy people living on the conventional diet. Even those young adults who feel fit have health defects: dental caries, thin hair, approaching baldness, acne, allergies, headaches,... read more
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