If you have read our previous two posts on what a food sensitivity is, read below to learn how it can cause damage to your gut and lead to other health problems. How do Trigger Foods Damage My Body? When your body responds negatively to particular foods it’s because of the molecules in […] Read more
A variation of foods in your diet is important to provide all of the essential vitamins and minerals your body needs to function properly. Additionally, consuming a variety of foods will prevent the development of food allergies. Low Allergen Foods Green leafy vegetables Probiotic rich foods- these foods support the immune system […] Read more
What are Food Sensitivities? Some foods just don’t agree with us. We get uncomfortable gas, bloating, abdominal pain, nasal and throat congestion. But isn’t that normal? Doesn’t everyone feel this way? No. In fact if you are eating foods that agree with you, you’ll rarely experience these symptoms. But it goes further than […] Read more
Many digestive health issues involve an imbalance of intestinal bacteria. Cycles of dietary malabsorption, bacterial overgrowth, inflammation, intestinal gas and toxin production lead to a variety of symptoms, leaky gut and autoimmune reactions. In addition to that, when 75-80% of our immune system is in our gut; if something is out of balance or we are […] Read more
Check out this basic pumpkin soup recipe! Pumpkins are colorful and tasty addition to your fall diet, and they have important health benefits too!
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Mother was right but there is a little more to it these days. Reducing your exposure to pesticides as much as possible is important when choosing which fruits and vegetables to eat. The following lists can help you determine which fruits and vegetables have the most pesticide residues and are the most important to buy […] Read more
Food Preparation Prepare foods by using the least amount of water possible for steaming and juicing. Wash all vegetables/fruit with non-toxic cleaning products Broiled-food may be lightly broiled. Oven roasting at low temperatures and hot dry air are also recommended. Use the Following Products Corning Ware Pyrex Enamel ceramic ware (lead test first) Juicer (recommended: […] Read more
Eat foods as close to their natural state as possible. Processed adulterated and altered foods are diminished in their health-giving properties. The immune system cannot be sustained by “dead” food. Eat organically grown foods as much as possible. Foods grown on chemically fertilized soils fed and sprayed with pesticides will not benefit you as much as organically grown foods […] Read more
Here is Dr. K in action, making one of his famous, healthy salads. I think I see a future at the Food Network! #PracticeWhatYouPreach #DoctorTurnedChef #NewCareer #Healthy #EatColorfully
INGREDIENTS Qty Size INGREDIENTS 1 Medium Onion (yellow is best but any will work) chopped ¼ C Oil (EVOO or grapeseed or coconut) 32 Oz Organic Vegetable Broth (may add water if the soup gets too thick) 1 Package Black Eyed Peas (Fresh is best) 2 Medium Carrots (Optional) 3 Stalks Celery (peeled)& chopped ½-1 […] Read more
Can aging cells be recharged, leading to new vitality and better overall health? With an increasingly popular technology called pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMFs), healthier and younger-acting cells may be possible. Thousands of people in more than 40 countries have used PEMFs to improve their health or promote healing. In fact, PEMFs have been used for […] Read more
FLU PREVENTION AND TREATMENT If you have been fortunate enough to stay healthy this season, congratulations! You’re one of the lucky few. This flu season has been particularly virulent with almost everyone being affected. Keep your immune system in top shape with our recommended flu prevention supplements below. Purchase the Kotsanis Winterizing Package and […] Read more