Have you ever wondered why you have trouble losing weight, even though you’re eating healthy food? Can’t get rid of that heartburn no matter what drug you take? Watch this short video and learn the startling effects stress has on your digestion and weight!
Eliminate the Cause, Discover the Cure
Perhaps you’re slender or close to your ideal body weight but you just can’t seem to get rid of that belly fat. Learn why stomach exercises will not help you lose belly fat and what natural methods you can use to have the firm tummy you’ve always wanted.
Causes of Belly Fat
In order to have a flat belly, it is important to understand and eliminate the cause(s) of belly fat. There are several causes of belly fat in an otherwise slender person.
Hidden Food Intolerances
Many people who have food intolerances are not aware of them. Those who suffer from diarrhea alternating with constipation, abdominal cramping, brain fog, irritability, anxiety and/or mental confusion, may have one or more hidden food intolerances. People with hidden food intolerances have poor digestion and absorption of nutrients, causing fat to accumulate around the midsection.
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Prevent the Flu, Sleep Better, Treat Gout & More With This Tasty Super Fruit!
As our society becomes more eco-conscious, a lot of us are turning to natural medicine and locally grown food. Did you know cherries are a little bit of both? Pick some of these antioxidant-rich beauties on your next trip to the farmer’s market and watch your health soar!
Cherries are rich in disease-fighting antioxidants and vitamin C, two important weapons to add to your flu prevention arsenal this season. They also naturally reduce inflammation in the body, which increases the body’s ability to fight infection.
This super fruit can decrease the body-wide inflammation that contributes to heart disease. A diet rich in cherries can also help lower cholesterol, which improves heart health.
Cherries are a great source of melatonin, a natural sleep hormone.