Cholesterol: Where it comes from, Why we need it, Natural ways to reduce it

  • Nearly 94 million U.S. adults age 20 or older have total cholesterol levels higher than 200 mg/dL.
  • Twenty-eight million adults in the United States have total cholesterol levels higher than 240 mg/dL.
  • 7% of U.S. children and adolescents ages 6 to 19 have high total cholesterol.
What are some natural ways to manage cholesterol levelsl?
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Why You Need Sulfur For Your Thyroid

Sixty percent (60%) of T4 to T3 conversion takes place in the liver.  Whereas, 20% takes place in the digestive system. Both require "sulfur" for this conversion to take place.  


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The Gallbladder is The Link Between The Liver and Digestion?

The Gallbladder is The Link Between The Liver and Digestion?
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) the Gallbladder is the partner of the Liver.  It stores the bile produced by the Liver and, therefore, is the link between the Liver and digestion.  When everything is running smoothly, bile is produced and excreted regularly, then digestion is at its best.  However, when the liver becomes overburdened or stagnated, then bile delivery becomes impaired and you may end up feeling .........

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How Anger and Frustration Could Be Affecting Your Eyes, Skin, Body Aches and Pains, and Digestion

Repressed anger and frustration causes an imbalanced liver which can lead to a "stagnant" liver.  A stagnant liver is like a stagnant water.  Have you ever seen stagnant water?
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2 Tips to Help Reduce Body Odor

2 Tips to Help Reduce Body Odor
Let’s start by addressing the elephant in the room. We ALL have body odor in one way, shape or form. There is just no getting around that. The question is what is the best way to manage and reduce it?

High Fiber Foods
Fiber is something we need but it is something that just does not break down easily, if at all, in the digestive system. So, it goes without saying that high fiber foods are even worse. Once fiber enters the colon it reacts with bacteria to form gas, and, well, you know the rest of THAT story!
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