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One Man’s Meat is Another Man’s Poison (Part 3)

This article originally appeared on Doctor-Natasha.com on May 9, 2011.   How do we do apply this wisdom while on the GAPS diet? The GAPS Diet is not set in stone; you have to adapt it for your unique body, for its unique daily needs. The GAPS diet gives you the list of foods to […]

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One Man’s Meat is Another Man’s Poison (Part 2)

This article originally appeared on Doctor-Natasha.com on May 9, 2011. So, what do we do? How do we feed ourselves properly? The answer is: get back in touch with your body’s inner intelligence. Just think: if your body needs so much protein right now + so much fat + so much carbohydrate + so much […]

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One Man’s Meat is Another Man’s Poison (Part 1)

This article originally appeared on Doctor-Natasha.com on May 9, 2011. We are all different; every one of us is a unique individual. So, ‘one size fits all’ never works. That is why we have such a bewildering number of various diets being proposed: high carbohydrate / low carbohydrate, high fat / low fat, high protein […]

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Sleep Disorders and Potential Associated Behavioral Issues

Parents often ask us about their child’s behavioral issues and when questioned further, sleep issues appear to be involved with many of the children.  According to research, sleep issues are prominent in children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, and a strong correlation exists between depression and obstructive sleep apnea.  Some research indicates that 25-40% of children […]

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The Re-Balancing Potential of Seaweed by Simon Range (Part 2)

A Measured Response from Consumers and Practitioners Imbalance always manifests a reduction in the vitality of a person, and the consistent refrain from our customers was that their energy so improved; they didn’t get so tired. Many reported their surprise that such a tiny amount of seaweed could make such a noticeable difference in their […]

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The Re-Balancing Potential of Seaweed by Simon Range (Part 1)

Introduction The nutritional value of food is in steep decline. An annual analysis of 72 foods between 1940 and 2002 shows an average loss of 19% magnesium, 29% calcium, 37% iron, and 62% copper.[1] Over a similar post-War period, saturated fat in beef and chicken has risen more than 400%, whilst essential omega-3 fats critical […]

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