“Wellness” is making headlines. Watch this week’s video as we review recent news, research, and updates such as: why high calorie beverage products are fading; chronic fatigue syndrome linked to immune system imbalance; organic foods availability in conventional supermarkets; and Monsanto’s failed attempt to discredit an adverse Roundup study.
You have probably heard the positive buzz about curcumin, a substance in turmeric. Curcumin has the ability to neutralize inflammation, combat smoldering infections, and activate the body’s natural antioxidants.
Watch this week’s video for a detailed explanation of the many benefits of curcumin, and a new all-natural turmeric complex demonstrated to deliver 5 – 6 times greater bioavailability than any other professional brand.
Improving Chronic Conditions Through Wellness Care
Does wellness care work for someone with a condition that would be considered serious? Many people with serious conditions, who have been told “there is no cure” or “we’ve done all we can do”, have been amazed by the results of using natural therapies through their wellness practitioner.
Watch today’s short video interview with a wellness practitioner about chronic diseases and how wellness can turn things around.
Why can some people eat carbs and not gain a pound, and yet others eat the same amount of carbs and they feel bloated, gain weight and/or experience mental fog. Some people have carbohydrate intolerance and can’t digest high levels of starch.
Watch today’s video for a no cost test you can do at home that will give you an overview of your ability to digest carbohydrates.
In today’s short video you might be surprised to learn where and how much sugar is “hidden” from you in the food and drinks we consume every day. You’re eating over 100 pounds of sugar every year and don’t even know it! This is causing elevated blood sugar problems, low energy levels, heart problems, aging, memory problems and the risk of serious disease.
Watch today’s video as Kari and Gina show you how the food industry “hides” sugar in your everyday foods.