If you’ve been struggling with chronic health issues, you may want to consider getting yourself checked for Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome. But what is CIRS?
Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) is really an umbrella term of symptoms with a few different causes. CIRS can be caused by tick borne illnesses, mold exposure, and more. Characterized by extreme exhaustion, weakness, and cognitive difficulties, CIRS is a debilitating condition that’s inherently complex.
Follow this cold prevention protocol on the daily basis to protect yourself against cold and flu during the harsh weather season when our health is weakened by endless parties, stress of the holidays, alcohol, sugar and sub-optimal nutrients.
Constipation shouldn’t be taken lightly. When stool doesn’t pass fully through your digestive system it’s preventing new food and nutrients from fully entering digestive system.
In the second part of this series, we are going to take a closer look at low bile flow, what causes it, and what helps constipation caused by low bile levels.
Yes, coconut oil Is still good for you. Here are 4 studies that suggest why.
Are you taking care of your skin this summer? Biking, boating, picnics, and other summer activities may present challenges for exposed skin. It is very important to give the body the tools it needs to protect itself against damaging free radicals.
Your Complete Guide to Causes of Constipation and Finding Relief – Part 1: Low Stomach Acid (Hydrochloric Acid)
There are a number of causes of constipation, which we are going to address in throughout this six-part article series. First, we are going to take a closer look at low hydrochloric acid levels in the stomach – an often-overlooked cause of constipation.
Those who suffer from seasonal allergies, especially during the spring time, know that it is around the corner. Learn what you can do to prepare for the allergy season in this helpful guide.
Ginger is an Asian spice well-known for its sweet and zesty zing. It has been shown that ginger reduces pain and inflammation and supports metabolism and digestion. Herbalists have long used ginger as a tool to heal upset stomach, diarrhea, nausea, and morning sickness.