Health & Wellness

Having Water with Your Meals Impairs Digestion

Drinking large amounts of water and drinking cold beverages during the meal will severely interfere with the digestive process. Drink water half an hour before a meal and wait for at least one hour after having eaten the meal, before you drink anything.

Steve – Personally I believe that if it is true to not drink during eating periods because it effects the digestion rate of the food, then it would make sense that the fluid would dilute your saliva which helps break down the food your eating before you swallow. Saliva also coats the food making it easier to pass through the esophagus.

http://www.livestrong.com/article/443531-how-does-the-salivary-gland-help-to-digest-food/


How To Do The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush

Andreas Moritz explains how you can do the amazing liver and gallbladder flush described in his book of the same title. He explains how and what you’ll need to do it.

There are plenty of You-tube videos showing people who have done this cleanse.

I have purchased the book myself and it goes in depth on what to eat/drink and what times of each day to take the foods.


Truth about MSG Monosodium Glutamate

MSG in Hiding:

MSG is often combined with other substances and renamed. If you suspect that you are sensitive to MSG, print out this list, take it with you to the grocery store and check the labels of every food you buy.

These ALWAYS contain MSG.

Autolyzed yeast,
Calcium caseinate,
Gelatin Broth,
Glutamate,
Glutamic acid,
Hydrolyzed protein,
Monopotassium glutamate,
Monosodium glutamate,
Sodium caseinate,
Textured protein,
Yeast extract,
Yeast food,
Yeast Nutrient.

These very OFTEN contain MSG. Barley Malt Bouillon Carrageenan Enzyme-modified substances
Flavoring Flavors Malt Extract
Malt flavoring,
Maltodextrin,
Natural flavor/flavorings,
Natural pork/beef/chicken flavoring,
Pectin, Protein-fortified substances,
Seasonings,
Whey protein isolate or concentrate,
Soy protein,
Soy protein isolate or concentrate,
Soy sauce,
Soy sauce extract,
Stock,
Vegetable gum,
Whey protein.


The Truth about Vitamins & Supplements – Clinical Nutrition

The Truth about Vitamins and Supplements
Should you take vitamins and supplements?

Vitamins, minerals, amino acids, supplements, Omega fatty acids; protein powders; what’s the truth about taking these. Should you get your nutrients through food and diet or should you take vitamins to supplement your nutrition? Here’s the truth about vitamins.

Dr. Vincent Bellonzi
B.S.,D.C.,C.C.N., C.S.C.S., A.C.S.M. H/FI

Dr. Vincent Bellonzi is a chiropractor and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist. He has been in practice for over 12 years. He received his Doctorate from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1991.

Since 1998, Dr. Bellonzi has practiced in the Austin area. He works with athletes at every level to provide sports conditioning and rehabilitation.

Visit Dr. Bellonzi’s website at
http://www.bewellrx.com
http://www.austinwellnessinstitute.com

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