With their gentle astringent/sour taste, kiwis help rev up the body’s production of digestive enzymes, indirectly helping you break down your food so it can be best absorbed.
Not just a pesky weed, is edible and nutritious for what they have & what they do. You should add dandelion greens to your menu.
Pineapple had tons of health benefits. It helps with digestion, it’s anti-inflammatory, and is a great source of… (Read on.)
Winter squash is a warrior for your digestive system, full of antioxidants & anti-inflammatory. And that’s just some reasons to eat it.
Cabbage has the highest amount of some of the most powerful antioxidants found in cruciferous vegetables and is high in vitamin K
Turmeric is a superhero. Include it in your arsenal of weapons against illness. Its main active ingredient, curcumin is fun to say. Turmeric gives curry its colour.
In this Digestion Sessions preview: Why are blueberries so good for digestive health? What do they do for the gut? Read on.
The Digestion Sessions is a free online educational event from November 6-23, 2014. It features 25 experts on digestive health.
In my multiple-job busyness I’ve missed the boat on sharing the lead-up activities to this, but I haven’t missed it completely because there is still one more Q & A and one more week until the Meal Prep Made Easy Group Challenge begins. Read on…