Candida – Is your gut balanced?

CDepositphotos_91285230_m-2015andida is a pathogen in your gut. We all have candida, but sometimes we can have an overgrowth of candida, causing an imbalance in our health.  Stress, foods rich in sugar and yeast and antibiotics can contribute to too much candida. When this happens the health effects include headaches, fatigue, brain fog, digestive issues and autoimmune disorders.

When the balance in your intestines is disrupted there are a few easy steps you can do to create a healthy gut.

1. Avoid sugar, refined carbohydrates and alcohol

2. Drink plenty of water and eat fermented foods like pickles, yogurt and sauerkraut

3. Do a Cleanse to kill the excess candida

Candida EX is an herbal, probiotic and enzyme formula to reset your intestinal health and help you achieve a balanced gut.


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Detoxify|Nourish|Energize – The Importance of a Cleanse

Human digestive SystemDid you know 80% of your immune system is in your digestive tract? In daily life we are exposed to toxins and pesticides through products like disinfectants and deodorizers. The liver, gallbladder and intestines have the important jobs of processing nutrients and eliminating waste.

The liver filters the blood, breaks down chemicals and aids in the excretion of fat-soluble toxins. The gallbladder assists in the breaking down and digestion of fatty foods. The intestines play a crucial role, absorbing the nutrients in our food and eliminating waste.

Theses organs are constantly working to flush the body from harmful invaders. Toxins accumulate over time causing lack of nutrient absorption and healing in the body. To keep the engine of your body running smoothly a seasonal cleanse can bring renewed vitality and wellness into your life.

Universal Formula’s LGB cleanse can support these organs to detoxify, nourish and energize you.
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The Power of the Beet

Fresh beets in a basketFUEL FOR YOUR HEART

Beets have a range of heart protective effects. In a London Study beets were shown to have lowered blood pressure.

These red, purple or sometimes orange gems also absorb cholesterol and are rich in nutrients and fiber. Juicing or adding to salads and sandwiches can enhance your cardiac health. There are so many fun ways to add beets to your diet. Check out this recipe for Beet + Bean Burgers  – YUM!

New York Cardiologist, Dr Stephen Sinatra recommends beets to help soften hardened arteries.


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