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Minerals and pH

Minerals and pH

Taken from ‘Digestive Solutions- 101 proven methods to solve your tummy problems naturally’ By Michele Wolff The above table outlines alkalising foods I’d advise you not to get too obsessed with taking your pH and keep your focus on what is right with you...
The role of minerals

The role of minerals

The role of minerals is vitally important for health and a lack of them contributes to every disease. Pollution, poor soil quality, stress and acidic diets are some reasons why so many people have a lack of minerals. • They help build teeth, bones, connective tissue...
The Large Intestine

The Large Intestine

          The large intestine (bowel, colon) is the last part of the digestive system. Waste matter passes to the beginning of the large intestine, the caecum. Water is needed to help food particles move along the intestine and stop it drying...

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