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American children are now the most vaccinated population on the planet. One would think they would also be the healthiest, but consider these alarming statistics: according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 6 children has a learning disability or behavioral problem, 1 in 9 children is asthmatic, 1 in 110 children suffers from autism, and 1 in 450 is diabetic. Vaccinate? Learn More about Vaccine 

American children are now the most vaccinated population on the planet. One would think they would also be the healthiest, but consider these alarming statistics: according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 6 children has a learning disability or behavioral problem, 1 in 9 children is asthmatic, 1 in 110 children suffers from autism, and 1 in 450 is diabetic. Vaccinate? Learn More about Vaccine 

The Gluten Connection: Weighing in Against Modern Wheat. 
Celiac disease—also known as gluten intolerance—is an increasingly common, multi-organ systemic disease that most often affects the gut but also affects other organs, especially the skin. In the gut, the villi that line the small intestine are damaged. Villi are the means by which the body absorbs nutrients from digested food. When people with celiac disease eat foods that contain gluten, their immune system reacts and villi are compromised or damaged in that reaction. Because the villi cannot perform their function as God designed, nutrient assimilation is affected. A person becomes malnourished no matter how much good food he or she eats. In addition, when minute, incompletely digested food particles escape through the damaged gut wall into the bloodstream (leaky gut syndrome), food intolerances or allergies result, compounding the misery.

The Gluten Connection: Weighing in Against Modern Wheat. 

Celiac disease—also known as gluten intolerance—is an increasingly common, multi-organ systemic disease that most often affects the gut but also affects other organs, especially the skin. In the gut, the villi that line the small intestine are damaged. Villi are the means by which the body absorbs nutrients from digested food. When people with celiac disease eat foods that contain gluten, their immune system reacts and villi are compromised or damaged in that reaction. Because the villi cannot perform their function as God designed, nutrient assimilation is affected. A person becomes malnourished no matter how much good food he or she eats. In addition, when minute, incompletely digested food particles escape through the damaged gut wall into the bloodstream (leaky gut syndrome), food intolerances or allergies result, compounding the misery.

Chlorella nutrition facts. well known for its ability to detoxify your body by binding to toxins and carrying them out of your system, that’s certainly not all it’s good for. health benefits: Repairing nerve, tissues, Increasing your energy levels, Enhancing your immune system, Normalizing your blood sugar, Improving digestion, Normalizing your blood pressure, Promoting healthy pH levels in your gut, Removing potentially toxic metals from your body.

Chlorella nutrition facts. well known for its ability to detoxify your body by binding to toxins and carrying them out of your system, that’s certainly not all it’s good for. health benefits: Repairing nerve, tissues, Increasing your energy levels, Enhancing your immune system, Normalizing your blood sugar, Improving digestion, Normalizing your blood pressure, Promoting healthy pH levels in your gut, Removing potentially toxic metals from your body.

Easy way to make nut milk. 

When shopping for groceries, check the labels for carrageenan, a thickening agent scientists are blaming for various gastrointestinal illnesses.

Carrageenan, an additive to many food products, has been flagged by scientists and doctors as a harmful substance that causes ulcers, inflammation, and other gastrointestinal problems. This chart showing how to avoid the dangerous thickening agent carrageenan is courtesy of cornucopia.org. See the complete chart