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Why Dr Oz is right to talk about parasites…

If you have heartburn, bloating, gas, stomach pain or abdominal cramps, constipation or diarrhea, there’s a good chance you have parasites, or some kind of bacterial or fungal overgrowth in your gut. Stress and food intolerance can also cause these symptoms and in my experience it is usually several of these factors combined. This video from the Dr. Oz show highlights the “parasite problem”. While I don’t especially like the way Dr. Oz hypes up his TV shows, his information is usually pretty good. Watch this video and you’ll see how important the parasite problem is becoming. How do...

How to overcome anaemia

In order to overcome anaemia, you have to know two things: First, what kind of anaemia do you have? Second, why do you have it in the first place? Once you know the answers to these questions, overcoming anaemia isn’t that difficult in most cases. I want to be very clear that anaemia is very common, much more common than your doctor will tell you. In fact, I’d say that fully 50% of my clients have some form of anaemia or mild nutrient deficiency. The consequences of not dealing with this can be profound because the nutrient deficiencies that...

Mineral Broth Recipe – simple, nutritious and delicious!...

You’re about to learn how to make a simple, great tasting and nutritious homemade mineral broth recipe! I call it “Magical  Mineral Broth”. It’s a delicious soup that author Rebecca Katz calls a “nourishing tonic.” Homemade mineral broth can be served as everything from a lovely, warming sipping tea to a powerful, energising base for hearty soups, curries, casseroles and stews. Like bone broth, this homemade mineral broth recipe can provide a tremendous rejuvenating boost. Chock-full of magnesium, potassium, and sodium, it helps to refresh and restore your body, but only if it’s included as part of an overall...

H. pylori, Anemia and Low Energy Levels

H. pylori infection can cause reduced stomach acid levels (hypochlorrhydria). Without adequate stomach acid, minerals such as iron, magnesium and copper, and vitamins such as vitamin B12, may not be absorbed into your body effectively. If you do not remove H. pylori, your stomach acid levels may not recover, leading to chronic malnutrition. When your body is low in these nutrients, all manner of symptoms can develop, including fatigue, depression, neurological symptoms such as headaches, memory and concentration problems, lethargy, apathy and many others. There are many types of anemia, but to keep it simple, they tend to result...

H pylori and Iron Deficiency Anemia (IDA)

How H pylori Causes Fatigue and Iron Deficiency Anemia If I said the following statement, would you be surprised? “H pylori infection causes fatigue, lethargy, depression, sore tongue, pale complexion, shortness of breath, headaches, concentration problems, brittle headedness, lightheadedness and more…” How could a stomach infection like H pylori cause these weird symptoms? That’s the question I’d like to answer for you in this article, and it involves the relationship between H pylori and iron deficiency anemia. When her energy levels a few weeks after eradicating H pylori, a client of mine, Mel, asked me why a stomach infection...