These feature articles covering ways of preventing and healing digestive disorders naturally.
Vol. 14, No. 2
Minerals, Enzymes, and Nourishing Traditions
Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, Ph.D., state that we need to consider food enzymes when planning meals in order to foster digestive health. The enzymes in raw food, particularly raw fermented food, help start the process of digestion and reduce the body’s need to produce digestive enzymes.
Vol. 14, No. 3
Be Kind to Your Grains and Your Grains Will Be Kind to You
Sally Fallon states that whole grain and bran products are being promoted as health foods without adequate appreciation of their dangers. She writes, “These show up not only as digestive problems, Crohn’s disease and colitis, but also as the mental disorders associated with celiac disease.” This article discusses solutions!
Vol. 14, No. 4
Alkaline Foods Promote Health
Stefan Kuprowsky, N.D., states that one of the main problems as we age is the build-up of acidic waste in the body, and too much acidic food can overwhelm the body’s ability to eliminate acids.
How Diet Can Cause Anxiety
Jason Barker N.D. and Chris Meletis, N.D., discuss the implications of unresolved dietary stress and how nutrition can prevent and treat anxiety symptoms.
Vol. 14, No. 5
Eating, Longevity, and Immunity
Jenefer S. Huntoon, N.D., discusses the importance of enzyme rich foods and supplementing with digestive enzymes.
Vol. 15, No. 5
Stress and Digestion
Martin Rossman, M.D., asserts that when we get sick, we tend to focus on the physical level, but our emotions and stress can affect digestion fairly profoundly.
Wheat Next? Gluten Intolerance in You & Your Pet
John B. Symes, D.V.M., discusses the similar intolerances between humans and our pets and the importance of feeding animals a proper ancesteral diet for optimal digestion. He also explains the different additives in commercially processed human and animal food and how they may be affecting the overall health of you and your pet.
Seven Guidelines for Healthy Eating
Jenny Matthau, director and president of the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health & Culinary Arts, provides her opinion about the seven most important dietary guidelines to consider for optimal digestion and overall health.
Vol. 16, No. 6
Healing Stories: Recovering from Digestive Illness with a Gluten Free Diet: A Personal Story
Vol. 17, No. 4
Probiotics: A Link to Permanent Weight Loss & Ultimate Health
Ana Luque writes that probiotics aid in digestion and help eliminate toxins and allergens, and are also important in other key ways.
Vol. 19, No. 5
Aging and Low Stomach Acid
Jonathan Wright, M.D., points out that as we get older, inadequate stomach acid production is often to blame for indigestion and malabsorption of nutrients.
Enzymes: Getting the Most Nutrients from Your Foods
Mark Rojek, Dipl. Ac., outlines ways to keep your foods enzyme rich and avoid depleting your body of essential enzymes for digestion and general health.
Vol. 20, No. 6
A Key to Healthy Digestion: The Mystery of “ The Grey Man” and Low Stomach Acid
Jonathan V. Wright, M.D., discusses the importance of hydrochloric, or stomach acid and why too little is more often a problem than too much.