Enzymes

Surprise! You’re Addicted!

Surprise! You’re Addicted!

Last Monday it was reported by NPR that the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) will soon be publishing yet one more reason to leave those PPIs alone! Protect your kidneys! You can now add kidneys to previous evidence of increased risk of bone fracture, infections and possibly even cardiac issues. This is another warning to all of you…

4 Tips to Light Up 2016!

4 Tips to Light Up 2016!

So now the decadent celebrations are behind us and it’s time to recommit to our healthy selves. However, there may be some leftovers in the frig, and also those delicious gifts you may have received may still be close by! If the gifts were well-sealed, re-gifting may be an option. Donation is a good idea too. Okay, I’m smiling. I…

HOPE after Cancer – A Clinical Trial

I’m writing to you today as I fly home from Baltimore. My assistant, Dr. Jemma Sinclaire and I traveled there to officially begin a clinical trial that has been in the works for a couple of years now. I hope you enjoy the story of how this project came to be. Years ago I met Dr. Amando Sardi. He’s an…

Do YOU Know the 3 Rules for Enzymes? Watch this Video

Show of hands: do you take enzymes with every meal? As important as they are for healthy digestion, many people are still missing out on the benefits of enzymes. Even if you take a daily probiotic, there may be times when you have occasional bloating or upset stomach after eating. For those moments, a digestive enzyme supplement may help provide…

Diet & Sleep Habits Linked to Inflammation – 4 Important Diet Tips

Clinical studies continue to link chronic, low-grade inflammation—also known as silent inflammation—with a growing number of health conditions and diseases. Because it can be present without being felt, this type of inflammation is particularly dangerous and can be harmful to the body over time. Recently, a team of scientists from Texas A&M University found a link between our internal “body…

Stomach Acid Blockers Linked to B12 Deficiency

Long-term use of medications that block stomach acid production has been found to be associated with vitamin B12 deficiency, according to a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to dementia, nerve damage, anemia, and other medical complications. Stomach acid is required to separate B12 from food proteins so that it…

Stomach Acid Blockers Linked to B12 Deficiency

Long-term use of medications that block stomach acid production has been found to be associated with vitamin B12 deficiency, according to a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to dementia, nerve damage, anemia, and other medical complications. Stomach acid is required to separate B12 from food proteins so that it…

Protect Your Family with Probiotics and Enzymes

If you are in the United States and you eat anything at all purchased from a supermarket you are most likely aware of current food scares.  These scares involve food contaminated with harmful bacteria such as E.coli and salmonella.  We have had many in the past year involving foods such as ground beef, jalapeno peppers, tomatoes, peanuts, pistachios and white…