Tag Archives: probiotics

In-Depth Look at Dietary Bad Actors

by in Articles, Bad Actors March 15, 2019

Dietary Bad Actors Dietary bad actors refer to things we eat which can cause digestive distress or illness. The things we eat were not created equal. Some are a benefit to us and others can be dangerous. There are some foods that contain what has become known as “anti-nutrients” that are always a problem and […]

Heal Your Gut – with Chitosan

by in Articles, Digestion and Immunity April 5, 2016

Feeling and looking great is everyone’s dream. DigestShield® makes that dream easier! DigestShield® works to make your life better in four big ways. Serrapeptase and AN-PEP enzymes break down gluten before it can cause any damage to your gut or cause you to have any of the awful symptoms of gluten sensitivity. (1) General digestive […]

Gut Flora

by in Articles, Digestion and Immunity January 21, 2016

Gut flora refers to both good and bad bacteria living in our gut. The number of bacteria living on and inside of each and every one of us is estimated to be 10 times greater than the number of our own cells.  In the past few years, it has become increasingly clear that the specific […]

Gluten-Free: History of a Movement

by in Articles November 17, 2015

The history of the gluten-free movement is both interesting and relevant to more and more people every day. Most likely, gluten sensitivity and celiac disease have been with humans ever since our ancestors started eating grains. The first record of the symptoms of celiac disease comes from 100 AD when the Greek physician, Aretaeus the […]

What is Phytate?

by in Articles October 31, 2015

Phytate or phytic acid is simply the storage form of phosphorus in plants. It has been identified as an anti-nutrient or bad actor in our diet because we lack the proper enzyme, phytase, to convert it to usable phosphorus. It has a tendency to bind to important mineral nutrients like calcium, iron, and zinc, making […]