Author Archive for: ‘Mardell Hill’


Keep it moving… why it’s important to keep the peristalsis moving

For many, it’s out of sight, out of mind after you chew (hopefully) and swallow your food. Given the upcoming facts, you may want to pay closer attention to what happens after you swallow and how the food is transported to the opposite end of the digestive tract. First, where is the peristalsis muscle, what does it do and how …

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Activated Charcoal – What For?

The use of Activated Charcoal seems to be a “good idea” for many people these days. So, let’s look at the facts so we can all be better informed as to when it really is a “good idea” and when it is a “bad idea”. First, What Is Activated, Food-Grade Charcoal? Heating of carbon-rich materials to very high temperatures, such …

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Create Smooth Digestion…

Do Digestive Enzymes assist in smooth digestion? Yes! And everyone needs them to properly breakdown and absorb their food. The real question is, what’s the best way to achieve the proper amount to maximize digestion… As noted on Page 20 and Chapter 1 in Intestinal Health ~ A Practical Guide to Complete Abdominal Comfort http://amzn.to/2ckb2Mm , enzymes are released into …

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“Health Food” … So Expensive… What to do?

The REAL Question is: Can you afford NOT to eat healthy food? For the short-term, it sounds OK and carefree. However, looking at the long-term perspective, you may want to take a closer look…     To best evaluate, try this: 1. Keep track of all your medical expenses—including co-pays, prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, office visits, outpatient procedures, hospital stays, dental work, …

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Teetotaler’s Delight

We all want to feel included in the party… so, whether you are the designated driver, sober for a reason, or just choose not to drink alcohol, here’s some options to keep you in the party atmosphere! Bartenders are well equipped with options, just ask. Be sure they put your “mocktail” in a cocktail glass and no one will know …

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Make a Splash with Coffee…

A good cup of coffee in the morning gets the day started right… but wait, what’s all the fuss about putting in into an enema?Why would anyone want to drink coffee from “that” end? Let’s take a closer look… A coffee enema is: A method of delivering a coffee solution through the rectum. Therapeutic if taking rectally (toxic or irritant …

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Weight Loss with Portion Control

Eating fresh, unprocessed food is most important for weight management. Next is portion control… Add exercise (or walking) and you have a recipe for weight loss as well as better health! Finally, adjust your food portions/caloric intake to your body weight and muscle-to-fat ratio. For example: young, healthy, fit and active increases size/intake, while middle ages or older and inactive …

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Liver Freedom Happy 2

Are You Truly Living?

Just ask your Liver … The liver is one of the three “vital organs” of the body and plays a major role in keeping you healthy… because, it performs more than 700 functions each day! Many of these functions support the digestive process, contribute to healthy nutrient absorption and immune function. Did you know that the Liver…? Has two lobes …

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Divert Inflammation

DIVERT… diverticula “itis”, meaning Inflammation. Diverticulitis is inflammation of the diverticula. What are diverticula? Simply stated, the “pores” in the Colon (large Intestines). Technically, diverticula are marble-sized pouches lining the walls of the colon. Among other conditions, chronic constipation may weaken the colon walls, allowing bacteria to collect and infection and/or inflammation may be the result. Clean your Colon with …

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Colon What 1

What is a Colon?

Simply, it’s the large intestines, roughly 5’ long. The final stretch of the 30-foot digestive tract: the mouth, esophagus, stomach, duodenum & small intestines, then the colon/large intestines. The colon is where final nutrient extraction and dehydration occur. The end of the line, before the final exit—the anus. And, when the colon stalls, crashes, or plugs up, something didn’t go …

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