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The Reason You Are Fatigued May Be Vitamin B Deficiency?

Did you know that most people are deficient in Vitamin B?

It’s a vicious cycle.  This is what happens….

1 When you’re low in B vitamins you don’t produce enough of the good brain hormones like serotonin and so your stress levels go up.

2 When your stress levels go up, you produce less hydrochloric acid that’s needed to digest your food and also break down Vitamin B.

3 End result is that your body can’t absorb B vitamins.

4 And so the cycle continues.

What are some of the common symptoms?

  • chronic fatigue
  • mood swings
  • low energy

Yes, chances are that if you’re low in B Vitamins you may also suffer from digestion problems. Stomach acid is needed to absorb B Vitamins.

Then, if you’re stressed out you’re not producing as much stomach acid, not breaking down your food properly and not absorbing nutrients.

What if I told you there was way to cut down absorption time through your digestive tract and easily obtain the benefits of B Vitamins in an affordable and convenient way?

Sounds too good to be true, but it’s not.

The solution is Vitamin B Complex Oral Spray.

Why? Because these vitamins are sprayed directly into the mouth and absorbed instantly through the mouth lining, side-stepping the digestive tract completely.

Literally within seconds it’s delivered via the bloodstream to the various parts of the body for immediate use.

Oral ingestion by sprays has been shown to be up to 9 times more effective than swallowing pills or capsules. And therefore you need far less because you by-pass the digestive tract.

The small bottle fits easily into your purse or fanny pack, so it’s great for traveling. One bottle is a month’s supply. You can spray more often as needed.

Each dose absorbs quickly into your blood stream, without going through the digestive tract, to provide all the benefits in an easy to use delivery method.

 Did you know that 90% of nutrients are absorbed sublingually in comparison to 10% that are absorbed through the digestive tract?

 What benefits can you expect from the B Complex Vitamin Spray?

  • Stress relief, lowered anxiety and balanced mood
  • Increased Energy
  • Quicker recovery time from physical stress of workouts, jet lag and sleeplessness 
  • Reduced brain fog and sharper memory 

 The recommended dose of B Complex Spray is 6 sprays. It is comprised of a balanced ratio of naturally sourced B vitamins plus trace minerals.

 What does each dose provide?

  • B1 (thiamine): provides our bodies with energy and essential for optimal brain and nerve function 
  • B2 (riboflavin): helps brain function and prevent free radical damage
  • B3 (niacin): essential for using and storing energy
  • B5 (pantothenic acid): used to break down and build proteins, carbohydrates and fats
  • B6 (pyridoxamine): aids in the building blocks of proteins and helps to break down fats and carbs
  • B7 (biotin): aids in the building blocks of proteins and helps the body store energy
  • B9 (folic acid): repairs DNA and important in bone growth. 
  • B12 (cobalamine): important for the brain and nervous system and plays a role in breaking down fat and protein for good digestion, absorption and metabolism 

Right now we have a great offer on our Vitamin B12 Spray.
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Not on Top of Your Game? It Could Be Microbiome Dysbiosis

Natural Pharmacist Ross Pelton

Ross Pelton,  The Natural Pharmacist talks with us about the Microbiome, dysbiosis and pathobiome. Click Here to see his interview.

Our gut microbiome is made up of over 100 trillion organisms, it’s a delicate balance which is made up of both good and bad bacteria. Hopefully more good.

What is Dysbiosis?

 Essentially it’s when your good gut bacteria is out of balance with your bad gut bacteria. When the good outweighs the bad you have dysbiosis. Ross calls Microbiome dysbiosis the ‘pathobiome’.

When you have dysbiosis or a ‘pathobiome’ you will experience symptoms.

What are the pathobiome Symptoms?

  • gas
  • bloating
  • diarrhea
  • constipation

When you have these symptoms it’s important not to ignore them.

These symptoms are your bodies warning signs.

Think of them as red flags that something is wrong.

What does a pathobiome lead to?

  • gastrointestinal disorders like IBS, Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis
  • extraintestinal disorders such as asthma, allergies, heart disease and obesity
  • mood disorders such as depression and anxiety

ADResearch compiled by the US National Library of Medicine from over 90 different studies in the last 10 years states that, “there is growing evidence that dysbiosis of the gut microbiota is associated with the pathogenesis of both intestinal and extra-intestinal disorders.”

Why do people get an upset microbiome?

  • Antibiotics are the #1 reason; antibiotics kill all the good bacteria.
  • Acid suppressing drugs; too low levels of acidity encourage the growth of bad bacteria
  • Steroid drugs
  • Birth control
  • Chemotherapy
  • Diet consisting of processed food and high in carbohydrates.
  • Pesticides in agricultural food supply
  • Environmental toxins: mercury, lead and arsenic
  • Chlorinated water which kills bacteria; good and bad
  • Not feeding your probiotics; you need to fertilize the good bacteria with prebiotic foods or a prebiotic supplement

“Remember every time you eat you are feeding 100 trillion guests.” thats good advice from Ross Pelton.

The Natural Pharmacist, Ross PeltonStay tuned for part 3 of our talk with Ross Pelton on Gut Health coming in two weeks.

Ross Pelton is a pharmacist and a true expert on pharmaceutical drugs and their life-altering side effects. He is also a clinical nutritionist and helps people with diet, nutrition and natural therapies.

He truly is an expert in helping his clients integrate the best of both worlds to improve their health.

Check him out on Facebook, The Natural Pharmacist.

5 Symptoms that You Need Digestive Enzymes

Digesting our food is something we all take for granted. The truth is that digestion is a key factor in maintaining good health.

One of the many reasons that people develop digestive symptoms and possibly serious illness is that our digestion is out of balance.

What does that have to do with Digestive Enzymes?

Our digestive enzymes are the work horses that help us break down our food.

Unfortunately, as we age our digestive enzymes start to deplete.

Did you Know?

  • After the age of 40 our pancreas secretes smaller amounts, about 25% less enzymes.
  • By the age of 70 we may only be producing one third of the amount of enzymes that we need.

Why do we need Enzymes?

Digestive enzymes are typically secreted by our pancreas to break down the nutrients in our food.

Enzymes are also found in the foods we eat.

Unfortunately, its not as easy as it sounds.

Why?

When foods are processed and cooked they are stripped of their naturally occurring enzymes.

Our pancreas doesn’t always cooperate and produce enough enzymes that are needed.

This results in a number of symptoms.

Here are 5 symptoms that are often associated with not having enough Digestive Enzymes:

  • Gas and bloating after meals
  • The sensation that we feel full after eating a few bites of food
  • Undigested food in our stool
  • Stool changes, like floating stools or fat floats
  • Digestive Disorders like IBS, colitis, Crohn’s, acid reflux, and lactose intolerance

Here’s where enzymes comes into play. If our body is not digesting properly and assimilating all the nutrients we take in, we simply don’t receive all the necessary benefits we could be.

Supplementing with digestive enzymes will help if you are experiencing any one of these symptoms.

Eating a healthy diet is not always easy and maybe not the most economical.

However, we make this a priority because it’s important to nourish ourselves with all the vitamins and nutrients that a balanced, possibly plant based diet offers.

We can help our body process food, reduce our discomfort and allow us to reap all the nutritional benefits from our diet.

How can we benefit from digestive enzymes?

  • Helps food digest
  • Increases nutrients absorbed into the body
  • Helps our foods to be used as fertilizer for our gut bacteria
  • Kicks our digestion into high gear to deal with processed foods and foods which may cause inflammation

A 2016 study conducted by National Center for Biotechnology Information tells us that enzyme replacement for those suffering with digestive disorders such as Crohn’s is a possible therapeutic option.

Both enzyme therapy and probiotics offer an advantage to the management of such disorders.

PerfectPass Digestive EnzymesWe offer many different enzymes but the one that stands out to be different from the others is Perfect Pass Digestive Enzyme formula.

Why is Perfect Pass Digestive Enzyme Different?

It contains ox bile.

This is exactly what it sounds like. It’s the bile from oxen.

Ox bile is chemically similar to our own bile, and our bodies have no trouble using it alongside our own bile for the exact same purpose.

What are the benefits of ox bile?

Bile is what your body produces to help you digest the fats you eat. Ordinarily, your liver excretes the bile, then stores it in your gallbladder to use later. The bile helps breakdown the fats you consume allowing your body to absorb fat soluble nutrients.

If you’re deficient in bile, you may not be properly digesting fats which can lead to feeling constipated.

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Best Fiber for Pregnant Moms

Pregnant Moms Need the Best Fiber

Pregnant mom drinking drink with prebiotic soluble fiber

Pregnant moms are always looking for the best for their babies, particularly when it comes to finding the best fiber available. Sometimes, it’s difficult to decide when there’s so many products to choose from and loads of advice from many different sources.

When you’re pregnant it’s a paricularly important time to look at what you’re eating as everything you take in will be shared with your baby. Its good to eat a diet that’s full of all types of vegetables, particularly the green, leafy ones, fruits, some grains – depending on your particular state of health and proteins.

The balance of all nutrients is important. Remember, too, that folic acid is especially important because it is known to help prevent the development of neural tube defects.

Often pregnancy leads to constipation. For this reason fiber is important to include on a regular basis as it helps to move waste through the gut.

It’s often challenging to get the required amount of 27 grams a day from what you eat, so supplementation can be very helpful indeed. Perfect Pass Prebiotic is the type of soluble fiber that is completely safe to use during pregnancy.

Perfect Pass Prebiotic best fiber for pregnant momsOne tablespoon of Perfect Pass Prebiotics will give you about 14 grams of soluble fiber. Unlike other supplements, this one, Perfect Pass Prebiotics is all-natural. It mixes easily in water, juice and any hot beverage. It can also be stirred into foods as well as used in your own particular recipes.

The soluble fiber is a regulating fiber.

It doesn’t change the flavor, color, or the texture, and it’s odorless.

The biggest advantage is that you won’t experience any uncomfortable side effects like gas or bloating because this type of fiber, i.e. partially hyrdrolyzed guar gum or PHGG, is able to ferment slowly in the gut, so it helps the food pass through the digestive tract at the right speed.

Why Human Strain Probiotics?

How to Choose the Right Probiotic

There are so many probiotic products on the market today that knowing how to choose one can be a true task. It can also be intimidating.

First of all, quality is key. It is important to know that the company who makes the product is reputable, and their product has been well researched.

Colony forming units (CFU’s), are the number of bacteria in the product. Our bodies naturally have about 100 trillion bacteria at any one time. It is commonly advised to have a minimum of 40 billion CFU’s in a probiotic formula, although more is not always better.

This varies with age, and need.

In order to get what you need, there are different products whose bacteria act differently due to the strains used, or the process used to create them. Multiple strains are very important as each bacterium has a different job.

One way to go is with human strain probiotics. These are comprised of human sourced microflora which are able to survive the high acid content in the stomach, and remain there to colonize and do their job of increasing the good bacteria.

One product containing human strains is known as Perfect Pass Probiotic. Perfect Pass Probiotic contains three essential ingredients that are among the most researched and beneficial. These strains are:

  •  Bacillus Coagulans: known for reducing inflammation and increasing good bacteria in the gut.
  •  Bacillus Subtilis HU58: stimulates the immune system and is known as a strong deterrent of bad bacteria.
  •  Bacillus Clausii: very commonly used in many products. It is known to be very beneficial in post-antibiotic treatment to rebuild the good bacteria.

Prebiotics

Prebiotics are also of great importance. They feed the good bacteria and help it to grow. Some products come all in one and others are sold separately. Perfect Pass Prebiotic is the right food for the bacterial strains in the Perfect Pass Probiotic formula. It is a well-studied soluble fiber.

Probiotics of choice should have no added fillers, be non-GMO, and gluten free.

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Protection From Toxic Exposure Including Anesthesia
Studies on Toxins Found in Vaccinations and Solutions Regarding Exemption and Injury
Candida Questions-Sugars and More Ways to Test     

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Sheryl Cohen April 20, 2017