DID YOU KNOW OUR GUT IS UNDER ATTACK EVERY DAY?
Watch This Amazing 3-Part Miniseries to find out WHAT’S LIVING INSIDE OF US and and what to do about it.
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Not only will you learn about parasites that may be affecting our health, you will also get the chance to find out more about how to...
- Optimize your nutrient absorption
- Boost your energy levels
- Boost your mood
- Maintain your focus
- Absolve skin rashes
- Improve joint pain
- Cleanse & detox your body
- And more...
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Millions of people unknowingly live with parasites, which are organisms that feed on other organisms. There are a number of ways to contract these nasty invaders, including contaminated food, human contact, and even transfer from pets. Once you contract them, they feed on your cells, blood, food you eat, supplements you take, and even your energy. Parasites release toxins into your bloodstream after they feed, as well as when they die. The waste material emitted from these parasites is toxic to your system. In this video, you’ll find out some simple ways to combat the parasite problem.
HEAVY METAL DETOX
Heavy metals (which are metals with no known human benefit) include lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, aluminum, antimony, and many others. You are exposed to heavy metals in numerous ways — even without knowing it. They can be contaminants in food, water, drugs, and many other things.
So, what can you do to heal your body from the damage done by these invaders? Can knowing more about heavy metals and toxins help you on your healing journey? Watch this video to find out more.
According to research presented at the American College of Gastroenterology Annual Meeting 2015, at least 15% of the general population experiences constipation. This is equal to approximately 63 million people in the United States alone. If the bowel is not functioning properly and producing regular bowel movements, you could be in for a whole host of medical conditions. Peristalsis is the involuntary constriction and relaxation of the muscles of the intestine, which wave-like movements that push the contents of the intestines through their course. A well-moving bowel allows your body to discard toxins. On the contrary, a slow-moving bowel can delay digestion, cause more putrification of your food, and inhibit nutrient absorption. Find out more in this video about what you can do to have a balanced, healthy colon.