Ozone steam sauna therapy

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Every cell in the body requires a continuous supply of oxygen to feed the chemical reactions that generate energy, detox internal and external waste products and maintain production of the structural cell components. A lack of sufficient cellular oxygen to the body – due to poor posture and breathing, refined foods, de-oxygenated water, smoking, lack of exercise, exposure to carbon … Read More

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How leaky gut affects your body

James LiddellArticles, Chronic Illness, Food Management, Obesity & Weight Loss, Stress & DepressionLeave a Comment

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What is a leaky GUT? Leaky gut develops due to gaps between the cells (enterocytes) that make up the membrane lining of your intestinal wall. The tiny gaps allow substances such as undigested food, bacteria and metabolic waste that should be confined to your digestive tract, to escape into your bloodstream. Once the integrity of your intestinal lining is compromised, … Read More

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Gout can be managed, treated or prevented with lifestyle adjustment – part 3

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Gout treatment starts with your diet High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a dietary culprit that wrecks your uric acid levels, putting you at high risk of gout. Elevated blood sugar levels is the REAL underlying problem that causes the inflammation associated with gout, as well as the subsequent damage it inflicts on your body, specifically your joints. If you reduce … Read More

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How to treat, manage and prevent Gout with lifestyle adjustments – part 2

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Making important lifestyle changes can help you to treat, manage and prevent Gout, here’s what you can do, 4 Things you can do about hyperuricemia (high uric acid): Tell your doctor, as well as all healthcare providers, about any other medications you are taking (including over-the-counter, vitamins, or herbal remedies). Always remind your doctor or healthcare provider if you have … Read More

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How to treat, manage and prevent Gout with lifestyle adjustments – part 1

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What is hyperuricemia? Hyperuricemia is an excess of uric acid in the blood. Uric acid passes through the liver, and enters your bloodstream and most of it is removed in your urine, or passes through your intestines to regulate “normal” levels. The purine in food breaks down into uric acid and increased levels of uric acid from excess purines may … Read More

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