Monthly Archives: January 2013

IRON (Fe)

IRON is the most abundant trace element found in the body.   It promotes resistance to disease and is absolutely essential for the formation of the Haemoglobin molecule, a vital part of the red blood cell which gives blood it’s … Continue reading

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HEMORRHOIDS – PILES

An HEMORRHOID is an enlarged (varicose) vein in the mucous membrane inside or just outside the rectum, associated disorders can be – an anal fissure, thrombosis or strangulation of the affected vein. Internal HEMORRHOIDS are first noticed when minor bleeding occurs on … Continue reading

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LEAKY GUT SYNDROME AND TOXEMIA

Our small and large intestines are lined with tissues that secrete optimum amounts of mucus, this structure allows for absorption of minute particles of totally digested food (micro-nutrients)  only. This mucosa therefore acts as a barrier to other larger particles … Continue reading

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