This is one of the most important messages I have presented thus far in the way of dietary insights. Key insights are presented into all diet forms– Carnivore, Keto, Paleo, Vegetarian, Vegan, Fruitarian, and Breatharian.
You will learn specific keys that can immediately begin to improve, not just your digestive health, but your overall health, as well as your foundational sense of purpose and happiness.
We are going to canvas a broad picture of life, and connect this big picture directly to your overall health, which is specifically related to your choice of diet, your innate digestive powers, and more importantly, your personal viewpoint about life and self.
It may well be worth taking the time to digest these concepts, as they go far beyond just the digestive needs of the body.
Ever tried to build a brick wall without bricks? Clearly this will not work.
Plant and mineral nutrients are the building blocks of the body. Every biological system within the body requires its own set of nutrients to operate at peak performance.
The human digestive system is no exception. Feed your digestive system with its unique nutritional requirements (along with proper food combining practices) and your digestive system will produce all the digestive juices you need (regardless of your age) and deliver nutrients exactly where they need to go.
Leave out certain digestive nutrient building blocks when consuming a meal, and parts of your digestive system will simply fail to function at peak performance.
What follows are my responses to a few commonly asked questions on this subject.
The answers are drawn from 69 years of life experience, beginning with a very poor level of digestive health, then recognizing what dietary choices caused that to be, and discovering what resources can be found in Nature to restore and amplify the digestive powers of the body naturally.
At the same time I learned that there is a direct relationship between digestion and perception. What we perceive to be true about life and self directly impacts our physical health, especially in the area of digestion, regardless of the diet that we select.
What you will learn in this article is how to combine wisdom about the diet with the ancient principles of manifest creation, in order to improve your overall health, your digestive powers, and your general state of happiness.
Humor me a little bit as I answer this question by beginning with the origins of all material existence. There is a reason for this, as will become clear once we move forward through this explanation.
Understanding the origins of material existence will reveal some of the secrets to achieving ideal states of digestive health, and surprisingly, even a disease-free lifestyle, regardless of your diet.
Following in an approximate creative sequence, prana, light, electromagnetism, plasma, along with the more dense gaseous and mineral elements of the Periodic Chart, are some of the basic foundational building blocks of the material aspects of this universe, including the human body.
The shapes that form, and the experiences that are created, are influenced, even created, by how we think, what we perceive to be true, and how we define ourselves – in other words, by our state of being.
The Laws and Principles of Nature govern this entire process.
The physical gaseous and mineral elements of the Periodic Chart are therefore ultimately derived from the most primal building block of creation – prana (also known as chi, the God particle, Higgs boson, adamantines, the "first light" of creation).
Now let's tie this foundational material of creation (prana) to the human digestive tract, the diet, the freedom to choose our own perspectives about self and life, and the effect these choices have on our health and happiness.
The physical elements of the Periodic Chart are foundational to the construct of the human body, and of course, the molecular composition of the body's internal digestive enzymes, HCL acid, sugar regulating hormones, liver function, friendly bacteria propagation, and numerous supportive functions of the body that are tangentially involved in digestion.
With sufficient mineral elements from whole earthen sources, the body can design and build its own metabolic compounds, which include its own internally created medicines.
Plant based nutrients (composed of gaseous and mineral elements combined in unique ways (and "educated" by the plant itself as a result of the growing process) are primary when providing solid nourishment for body systems in general (along with their organs, glands, and fluids).
A mineral element taken up by the plant roots takes on electromagnetic functions within the living plant itself and thereby "learns" a few basic ways it can be of service to the human, or animal, or soil when ingested or decomposed.
A rock, or molten lava, goes through a similar, but more primitive, learning process as it is decomposed into a clay or humate. Clay minerals, humic and fulvic acids, and monoatomic elements serve as the most valuable resources for cellular vitality, which is a central key to physical, mental, and emotional health.
This being said, it is clear that garden produce, herbs (including sea vegetables), and earthen sources like clays, humates, and salts are among the most original and suitable nutrient sources for the organic human body in general.
They possess electromagnetic "information" that is helpful to the human body.
While composed of the same elements of the Periodic Chart, laboratory designed chemicals, extracted and isolated plant compounds, and other fragments of Nature's original designs, do not possess the same complexity of "education" and electromagnetic properties of the similar compound found within the comprehensive nutrient profile of a plant or a clay.
Whole earthen resources possess multidimensional properties of magnetism and usefulness designed into them from the beginning of time.
Laboratory concoctions and isolated metals and minerals do not share the same multidimensional properties as the whole plant, or the original mineral source, would possess.
With that said, what are the 5 most important ways to build peak digestive powers?
1) herbs in the form of herbal bitters, digestive spices, and herbal hormone regulators
2) minerals in the form of clay, humic/fulvic earth, and salts for their mineral and electrical vitality
3) various plant compounds (for their enzymes and "educated" nutrients)
4) soil based organisms (SBO's), and prebiotic food sources for the SBOs to make them multiply, which serve as the foundation of a healthy digestive tract
5) proper food combining practices
6) a health-giving life approach that centers around "gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, order, happiness, and inner healing" (more on this below)
which together form an empowering array of vital nutrients and vitalizing energy for peak digestive effectiveness.
Just like an infant, whose diet does not require flesh food, the most original humans also did not require flesh foods.
Meats entered the diet as a result of diminished food supplies, geological and weather disturbances, and a nomadic lifestyle, with the necessity for taking life to survive eventually becoming habitual.
The fact that a portion of our ancestors ate meat does not automatically translate to the belief that humans need to eat meat today to achieve optimal health
However, the requirement for meat among some is not to be judged, it simply needs to be understood.
The original humans, the ones that lived in a natural paradise filled with fruits and vegetables grown perennially, with an abundance of pollens that filled the air, had no need to kill in order to survive.
They ate as they breathed. And they drew from what was naturally provided and freely given by the animals and insects.
A utopian world of that nature is filled with prana, pollens, heavily ionized air, and highly structured water.
Pollen alone is a complete food source.
Prana is the foundational building block of all material existence. Prana or chi is the generic, indivisible, smallest particle in existence. It surrounds us entirely and is infinite in its supply. We can absorb more of it with simple deep breathing directed with our intention.
It can form into anything the body needs.
The need for solid food sources was not a nutritional requirement at the beginning for the most advanced people of the earth who lived prior to the building of the dolmans of ancient Rus and the people of the Romanian region over 9,000 years ago.
Fruits and vegetables were used largely for enjoyment. True nourishment was derived from the prana, pollen, and moisture that filled the heavily ionized air within their personally designed perennial garden space. Physical substance included goat's milk, honey, and specially prepared grains for some.
The diet was light. The societies lived in close harmony with Nature and cherished a daily communion with Source.
While I have not chosen to take this step personally, I have observed that the healthiest people on the planet today, from a medical test perspective, are breatharians who live primarily on prana (from natural wooded environments and from positive thoughts), structured water, and sunlight.
Sunlight is also able to provide nourishing elements from almost a million frequencies of light that your body can then use to build vitamins and other nutritional requirements.
Food or juice, when desired, which may be two or three times a week, is consumed by some breatharians in order to have a taste sensation, and for social reasons – but is not required to sustain the body.
With such a lifestyle, food has simply ceased to become a habit or addiction common to many today, while proving that flesh foods, or any food for that matter, are not required to maintain high levels of health – if the food reliance is replaced with an abundance of prana and an elevated state of perception that includes gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, order, happiness, and inner healing.
That being said, while the breatharian lifestyle solves the many health problems, it is not the wisest choice for everyone. Changes are best made gradually so they will stick over time.
Not only that, if a person cleans out too fast from choosing a super clean diet, it can cause more problems than before due to a flood of toxins leaving the body all at once.
Regular clay baths and clay body slurries need to be an essential part of any deep cleansing fast or dietary change.
Yet every diet has its food combining problems and food quality problems.
In fact, I have observed that all popular diets today, from carnivore, to keto, to paleo, to various vegetarian styles, to vegan, to fruitarian, tend to compromise the health in one fashion or another.
In most cases it is due to simple food combining practices, like consuming:
nuts with fruit (as in granola, trail mixes, muesli, and a raw food pie),
olive oil or butter with honey,
chocolate sweetened with coconut nectar or other concentrated sugars or fruits,
or eating a sweet dessert after a meal containing fats and oils.
Proving this principle, I tested my blood sugar before and 2-3 hours after eating raw honey of the highest quality (still in the honeycomb), alone on Einkorn sourdough bread, first thing in the morning. My blood sugar was 97 before and 102 after.
Then, after a short while, I mixed raw cow's butter with the same honey and bread as before. My blood started at 97 again and had jumped to 127 two hours later (a 30 point spread).
Concentrated sugars (including honey) and fats are not good combinations if you want to maintain high levels of digestive and circulatory health.
In some cases the difficulties arise from eating an excess of high oxalic acid foods like spinach, chard, nuts, beet greens, chocolate, etc.
In other cases it is due to eating and drinking a diet heavy on the items that keep the body acidic, like coffee, grapefruit, most grains, meats, dairy, etc., and not enough foods that keep the body at a normal pH level of 7.35, like seaweeds, algae, alfalfa, nettle, moringa, and other chlorophyl-dense foods.
In other cases it is simply due to eating conventional foods commonly sprayed with chemicals that destroy the soil and destroy your gut microbiome.
Most commonly, it is due to eating concentrated sugars, like white and brown sugars, coconut nectar, maple syrup, agave, etc. or too much fruit that overworks the spleen, pancreas, and adrenals in an effort to manage the intense concentration of sugar.
The "natural" sugar concentrates are excessive because they are boiled down to a concentrate, and therefore they create a sugar excess that proliferates bacteria, yeast, and parasites (whose natural function is to consume excesses).
Most fruits today are grown in mineral deficient soils. Their low mineral content reduces the body's ability to assimilate the fruit sugars.
Artificial sweeteners like Aspartame, Sucralose, Saccharin, Erythritol, Xylitol, Mannitol, Sorbitol, etc. – all of which are commonly derived from GMO corn or beets and other chemicals – cause far more harm to the body's metabolism due to their isolated, extracted, and chemically-derived compositions.
Shockingly these distortions of Nature are found in numerous "health foods", energy drinks, and health products.
The only sweeteners I have found to be safe, if used in proper moderation and away from fats, dairy, and oils are Yacon Root powder, tiny amounts of pure Monk Fruit (without any additives), other whole fruits, and a high quality, unheated honey (very few honeys exist that are not contaminated by garden sprayed chemicals within 2 miles of the hive, which is the distance the bees fly to gather pollen).
There are three more sweeteners that CAN be consumed with fats, dairy, and oils: unconcentrated Whole Green Leaf Stevia powder, Licorice Root powder, and Ceylon Cinnamon. The reason for this is because they are not dependent on sucrose, glucose, or fructose to activate the sweet taste.
Sucrose, glucose, and fructose, consumed in excess, tend to increase bacteria, yeast, and parasites, resulting in numerous health problems.
If I am going to use a sweetener with a fat, these three can be combined together or used separately in proper moderation. Cinnamon can be used more liberally, whereas the other two need to be used in small amounts. A good ratio to start with is:
3 parts Ceylon Cinnamon powder
2 parts Licorice Root Powder
1 part Green Leaf Stevia powder
Flesh foods play a major role for many in diets of today, so they are not to be ignored (because transitions need to be taken gradually).
Because flesh foods add undue strain on the human digestive system, along with a push to the acid side of the balance, they are not to be seen as the optimal food for ideal digestive health.
Possibly for other reasons, just not for peak performance in digestive powers.
The same holds true for other constipating foods like nuts, cheese, yogurt, cream, eggs, sugar, and processed foods in general.
This does not mean they cannot be eaten, but if your goal is to maximize digestive performance, it is best to leave these out, or minimize them, until your goal has been achieved, then reintegrate them according to your preference.
Diets tend to evolve naturally when the intent is strong enough.
(See How to Get Enough Protein Without Eating Meat for a deeper insight into the choice for flesh foods.)
There is no "one diet that fits all". All things are acceptable under the right circumstances. Our purpose in life includes having experiences of all kinds, learning something from them, then making new choices.
This is simply the process through which a soul within a body evolves naturally.
Flesh foods help with grounding. Fruits help with cleansing and lifting consciousness. Vegetables do so without triggering detox reactions in the way fruits can.
Some digestive systems, splenic systems, and individual digestive limitations (commonly due to medical treatments) can interfere with the assimilation of the refined energy from lighter foods, and will simply require some flesh foods and cooked foods for sustenance.
They all have their purposes. Our task is to learn and grow from their use.
I ate flesh foods until my mid 50's, almost 15 years ago. Then, with increased writing and meditating, and after years of intense inner healing practices, I noticed that I simply lost interest in flesh foods.
Occasionally I craved lox or cooked salmon, and ate some at those times, but I eventually lost interest in that as well.
I don't miss flesh foods, they don't appeal to me now. I have sea vegetables and my superfood blends, so I have no need for animal flesh, although I occasionally consume home grown eggs, raw cheese, raw butter, and homemade whey.
Yet I do not believe everyone should eat like me. We are so different and on individual life paths, it makes no sense to think everyone should eat the same.
Frankly, the idea of the breatharian lifestyle is appealing to me, but I have not made that leap yet, nor would I recommend it for everyone.
Periodic fasting of various kinds, on the other hand, can be helpful for all diet types.
My personal observation is that the inner healing of pain, traumas, resentments, etc. is the fastest and most direct path to preferring lighter foods.
Meditation alone does not seem to change dietary practices much. But a dynamic inner healing process does, probably because it lightens one's basic approach to life more powerfully than passive meditation.
When this happens we are naturally absorbing more prana, the basic building block of all nutritional sources, bar none.
Inner healing seems to be the primary cause of a natural, effortless shift toward lighter foods, or no food at all.
A Live Blood Microscopist, who has been examining blood under the microscope for over 25 years, discovered the true secret to physical health when he came across a client that ate a terrible diet – but held a very happy, accepting disposition naturally toward others and obviously toward himself.
He loved his family, was close to his children, loved to laugh, and could sail through difficulties with ease. His happiness radiated from his face naturally.
He had the most perfect blood that this microscopist had ever seen, and has ever seen since.
I suspect this gentleman's internal state of self-acceptance and happiness filled his body with prana naturally all the time. His food choices were no match for an internal state of serenity, living from a place of love and acceptance.
The food he ate didn't matter.
I learned a great lesson that day. Something that will stay with me for the rest of my life.
In support of this evidence, Dr. Joe Dispenza has found that the pineal gland produces a melatonin derivative chemical (a metabolite) that serves as a potent antioxidant, so powerful that no illness can survive in the body when this chemical is flowing through the bloodstream on a regular basis.
The key to producing this chemical from the pineal gland naturally, however, is living in an elevated state of "gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, and order".
Why? "Because this is the signature of the unified field", Dr. Joe explains.
Therefore, choosing "gratitude, unity, oneness, wholeness, and order" as a natural response to any and all memories or experiences, is a key to remaining in a state of ideal health, regardless of the diet.
In the meanwhile, until we can clear enough of our inner stuff to be unaffected by the food choices we make, or decide to go the breatharian route, it is best to be aware of what foods and food combining practices will affect us negatively, and then chose a wise, educated path forward in the area of diet.
Ox bile, HCL, and digestive enzyme supplements are poor substitutes for missing digestive powers.
They lack a fully comprehensive approach that would cover all of the digestive systems of the body.
They are also missing hundreds of complementing nutrients found in plants that serve to improve the full spectrum of digestive powers of the body naturally.
As you keep reading, you will understand clearly why they could never be complete enough to support every digestive organ in the entire array of digestive activities required for the complete breakdown and assimilation of nutrients from your food.
You will understand why the supplementation approach, in general, is grossly inadequate, and why the nutrification approach (coupled with proper food combining) is what is required, being the way Nature intended for us to care for the human body.
The second drawback to digestive enzymes, HCL, and ox bile has to do with the way supplements of this nature tend to atrophy, or disrupt, the normal functions of the organs that manufacture the human versions of the same.
It is like walking with a crutch or cast on your leg, it atrophies the leg muscles and makes you walk with a limp until the cast is removed and the muscles are rebuilt through exercise.
It is better to support your digestive organs with strengthening nutrients (rather than crutch supplements). The goal is to restore and support your digestive organs, not weaken them with enzymes, acid, and bile replacements.
With a Little Help, Your Own Digestive Organs Can Do It Better
Apart from extended fasting designed to return digestive powers back to normal, your body's own digestive organs can provide all that you need to fully digest your food – provided your organs are fed with the plant-based nutrients and the minerals they need to manufacture their full complement of digestive juices.
For example, we all know that enzymes are essential for the digestion of food.
Do you also know that digestive enzymes are naturally manufactured by your stomach, pancreas, liver, and intestines?
When these organs are provided the nutrient building blocks they need to build the enzymes your body needs, enzyme supplements are not required, regardless of your age. More on this below.
When food quality and food combining practices align with Nature's intended design for the human body, digestive powers are naturally restored to full strength.
Earth based mineral sources, soil based organisms, bitter herbs, and digestive spices are Nature's provisions designed to keep our digestive processes at peak performance.
This is why ancient cultures ate bitter herbs and digestive spices with each meal. They were built into the recipes, or eaten separately, for good reason.
Curry blends, Italian seasoning, anise or fennel after a meal, radishes, and cilantro or parsley garnishes are examples of traditional ways digestion has been supported naturally.
The myth put out by supplement companies and health education institutions that your body's ability to manufacture enzymes and HCL naturally declines with age, is based on an ignorance of just what the body really needs to remain at peak digestive performance for your entire life, regardless of how long you may live.
It is true that we are observing a trend toward the loss of digestive powers as we age, but this is not due to age itself. It is caused by an increasing numbers of years spent assaulting our bodies with foreign substances and stressful lifestyles habits.
Former antibiotic use, mercury amalgam tooth fillings, chemicals in our water, concentrated sugars, processed foods, and a host of other influences have reduced our natural digestive powers compared to that of our ancient ancestors.
Exemplary in ancient cultures, you will find that clay minerals, bitter herbs, digestive spices, adaptogenic herbs, and soil based organisms are the natural ways to support digestion.
They complement human physiology, being designed by Nature to help us restore and maintain our inherent digestive powers.
How? This will become very clear after sharing a little knowledge about how the human body works to process the food you eat.
Many organs and glands of the body are involved in the complete digestion of the foods we consume. The most prominent of these include the:
small & large intestines
lymph channels and glands
all of which play a role in the digestion of your food.
At the same time, each organ or gland requires specific plant-based and earth-based mineral nutrients to build their respective digestive juices with (unless, of course, you are simply living on prana, which manufactures these needed components naturally).
Soil based probiotics (SBO's) add another essential dimension to digestive effectiveness, playing important roles in the breakdown of foods.
Friendly probiotics break plant and mineral compounds apart according to the natural wisdom of the body. They make micronutrients available from the foods we consume for better assimilation at the cellular level.
Soil Based Organism probiotics are protected from stomach acids when combined with Humic & Fulvic Earth.
Mineral and plant prebiotics (certain herbs, mineral sources, and inulin or FOS containing plants) provide additional food sources for their propagation in the gut. (The body needs about 4.5 lbs. of friendly flora living in the gut for optimal digestive performance.)
When nourished properly with natural mineral sources, bitter herbs, digestive spices, and SBO's, these organs and glands have what they need to construct the juices & build gut flora necessary to convert your food into cellular nutrition.
When you give your digestive system the nutrition it needs to perform at optimum levels, your digestive system will deliver an abundance of bioavailable nutrients to cells throughout the body.
This is how your body processes the food you eat:
(As you read this list make a mental note of the quantity and variety of digestive juices required to manage the food you consume, then contemplate how impossible supplying all of these organs with laboratory designed supplements would be, and just how much more sense it makes to simply work toward restoring your body's own digestive organs back to full strength naturally.)
The salivary glands produce:
saliva & enzymes to begin the breakdown of starches and fats
The stomach produces:
protein-digesting enzymes (proteases)
Intrinsic factor (necessary to absorb B12)
gastric acids (HCL, gastric lipase) to break down the food bulk, protein, and fats
bicarbonate (to reduce acidity in the stomach when necessary)
The gall bladder concentrates the bile (5-20 times), then delivers it to the small intestines when oils and fats leave the stomach. This is your secret to proper laxative effects, ending constipation entirely, if the diet is minimal in constipating foods.
The pancreas produces:
digestive enzymes (primarily for proteins and fats)
bicarbonate ions (to alkalize the acidic chime (food) leaving the stomach)
The small intestines produce:
enzymes required for the digestion of starches
bicarbonate (by the duodenum) to further alkalize stomach acids
The small & large intestines both absorb nutrients, fluids, and bile acids (for biological needs and for recycling).
The ileum, positioned just before the entrance to the large intestines, develops specific bacteria that break down larger particles of foods not yet handled by the small intestines.
Friendly bacteria & archaea (SBO's) in the small and large intestines play an essential role in the further breakdown of sugars, foods, and fibers passing through on the way out. They also help optimize the harvest of nutrients and energy from the foods consumed.
The adrenal glands produce two hormones which help regulate certain digestive processes:
Mineralocorticoids regulate salt/mineral balance
Glucocorticoids (the most well known being cortisol), influence the rates of metabolism for proteins, fats, and sugars
The spleen separates bilirubin from dead red blood cells and delivers it to the liver.
The spleen also plays a role in the removal of excess fluids in the body
The liver plays a role in the breakdown of carbohydrates. It also produces bile fluids which play a major role in fat metabolism, specifically to:
increase the absorption of lipid-based vitamins A, D, E, & K
The liver uses bilirubin from the spleen as a constituent of bile fluids essential in the digestion of fats.
The lymphatic system absorbs and transports fats and fatty acids (referred to as chyle) from the intestines to be transported to the blood. The lymphatic system consists of several organs and glands including the:
lymph glands & vessels
The glands of the lymph system work in concert to:
further the digestion of food components
transport nutrients from the blood to the cells (nutrient assimilation)
remove waste, cellular debris, bacteria, and proteins from the blood
perform a major defense role for the immune system (antibody production)
regulate body fluid levels
With all of this digestive juice production, enzyme activity, friendly microbe action, and various support roles played by several organs required to fully digest your food and deliver nutrients where the body needs them most, will the foods and supplements you consume be adequate to support the entire body's total digestive requirements?
Even our organic soils are commonly depleted of minerals and microbial life (essential for plants to absorb nutrients), so how can today's health foods provide us with the full array of nutrients we need to maintain our digestive powers and our health?
A single orange, or cucumber, or a few lettuce leaves, or similar, easily satisfies the body as a meal if grown in mineral rich, microbially dense, ormus-bearing soil.
Foods grown with these goals in mind become so rich in minerals and plant compounds that only a small quantity is required to satisfy the body's needs.
After speaking with numerous organic farmers, I realized that the labor-intensive soil-building programs are rarely implemented by even the organic growers in ways that would result in the quality of food that I am suggesting here.
Most of the larger organic food companies have been bought by Big Ag, which has no interest in soil-building if it will impact their bottom line.
Organic foods alone are simply not nutritionally adequate today to maintain the level of heath that most desire.
Home grown produce, with careful attention to the soil, is the best way to ensure nutrient-dense food.
Pay attention. If you are not growing at least some of your own foods, or storing up dry goods, canned goods, and dehydrated foods, you may soon find yourself seeking out those who have.
Life on earth may radically change in the next few months due to an orchestrated effort to diminish global food supplies.
We have the power to change this outcome, if we recognize the issues at hand, and unify as a people to ensure everyone is fed.
Adding clay minerals, SBO's, bitter herbs, adaptogenic herbs, and digestive spices to your diet with every meal (and just before bed to help your body complete the job while you sleep), your digestive organs will have the building blocks to form just the right kind, and the specific quantity, of digestive juices needed to extract the most nutrients from the foods you eat.
Bitter herbs stimulate the production of bile juices.
Digestive spices stimulate the production of digestive enzymes.
Adaptogenic herbs stimulate a balanced flow of hormones that regulate the digestive processes of the body.
These well nourished organs and glands will then be effective to deliver their required amount of digestive juices at the right time and in the right quantity to get the most from the foods you consume.
These same digestive organs and glands will insure maximum provision of nutrients to your cells throughout the body, all according to the body's own natural wisdom!
This is about nourishing your digestive system back to peak performance, not supplementing it.
The Digestive Bitters formula provides herbal nourishment for your complete digestive system from top to bottom (pun intended). The formula includes bitter herbs, digestive spice, and a few hormone regulators designed to meet the nutritional needs of each organ and gland participating in the digestive process.
The Friendly Flora formula provides a complex array of Soil Based Organisms (SBO's) in combination with prebiotic food sources for the probiotic organisms (prebiotics make the pros multiply in the gut faster).
The Mineral Manna formula provides five earth based mineral sources: Ancient Plant Minerals, Sacred Clay, Humic/Fulvic Earth, Himalayan Salt & Ormalite, supplying a broad array of macro & trace minerals as prebiotics, and for the construction of digestive metabolic compounds essential to peak digestive performance.
The Adrenal Revive formula provides herbs that specifically promote balanced hormone production from the adrenal glands – which serve as a foundation for digestive health, sugar regulation, and cellular energy.
Other support systems for effective digestion include:
coconut milk kefir (which can be made at home with coconut and milk kefir grains)
grass fed unpasteurized whey
With this comprehensive description, going back to the most primal particles that make up the entire physical universe, covering the critical role of attitudes and perspectives about self and life that offer the ultimate secret to ideal health, and discovering a few wise approaches to supporting your digestive organs naturally, there is every reason why at least some progress can be made today to improve your digestive efficiency with one or more of the suggestion covered in this material.
May your journey to ideal digestive health be fruitful and rewarding!
Enjoy the many gifts from Nature!
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