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NativeRemedies.com - June 2007 Newsletter - 1-877-289-1235

Protecting Yourself and the Food You Eat

In This Issue:

FROM THE EDITOR

Here’s to Your (Food) Health!

Hopefully you haven’t felt the dire and painful effects of food poisoning, but it’s likely that either you or someone you know has!

While it was undoubtedly NOT a pleasant experience, I’m sure you thought it was short-lived. Did you know that it can also contribute to diseases that may linger for years to follow?

Reports are showing a disturbing connection between past E. coli infections and a number of ailments, even when past infections have been treated and cured.

In addition, there are a number of reported toxicities lying in common household products that we encounter on a regular basis. However, there are steps you can take to help remedy the issues aggravated by these body pollutants, as well as detox your system for an optimum return to health.

Find out what you can do to detox and strengthen your system.

While you’re thinking about the food borne and household transporters of illness, perhaps you’ve overlooked the most likely culprit affecting your health… your kitchen. While you may “think” you keep it spotless, this room harbors the most germs in the house, raising your risk of contamination.

Take a moment to brush up on your germ-safety I.Q. to help dispel the common “five-second rule” myth, and what you can do to boost immunity against potentially harmful encounters.

Find out why you might NOT want to eat “that”

In addition to “poison proofing” your home, paying attention to the other places that you eat is also important to stay safe! 70 percent of Americans eat at their desks or at work on a regular basis, so concern over cleanliness should be a top priority to avoid illness.

Get tips to monitor your workspace eating habits.

Remember, we want your feedback, so send us an email at editor@nativeremedies.com and tell us what you think.

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How One Bad Burger Can Haunt You for Years

The lingering effects of food borne illness

Reports are showing a disturbing connection between past E.coli infections and a number of ailments a person suffers from even when past infections have been treated and cured.

Can certain strains of bacteria remain in the body and cause complications further down the road? Is there a way to significantly prevent the dangerous conditions linked to past food poisoning? These diseases include arthritis, pancreatitis that leads to diabetes, as well as both kidney and liver failure.

According to Lauran Neergaard from the Associated Press, scientists have revealed connections between high blood pressure, kidney damage, and even full kidney failure afflicting people 10 or 20 years after they had overcome an E.coli infection.

how to protect yourself from food poisioning >


Do You Really Want to Eat That?

How Your Immunity Can Change the ‘Five-Second-Floor Rule’

Most people are familiar with the old saying that food is safe to eat for five seconds after being dropped on the floor. Since there are just informal studies disproving this now so-called fallacy, it is pretty unlikely that you will contract a serious bout of food borne illness from eating that fallen food… that is, unless the surface it was dropped on contains E. coli or a similar strain of harmful bacterial microorganisms.

However, the kitchen is one of the most germ-infested rooms in the house according to the “King of Germs” Dr. Philip Tierno-- even in the most spic-n-span of kitchens. This is likely due to its high-traffic nature. And given the tenacity of germs, it takes a lot for them to die-- which explains why a thorough hand-washing involving at least 15 seconds of vigorous lathering under warm, soapy water is necessary (not just the notion to “blow off the germs”).

find out how clean your kitchen really is >


Making Your “Second Dinner Table” Safe

Food Safety Tips for the Office

You’re probably familiar with the common kitchen rules-- cooking meat thoroughly, disinfecting surfaces-- but perhaps you haven’t given much thought to the OTHER place you likely eat the most!

70 percent of Americans eat at their desks or at work on a regular basis, so concern over cleanliness should be a top priority to avoid illness.

read tips to make eating at your desk safer >


RESOURCES

Ask Our Experts

When you have a question, you can always Ask Our Experts on our website. We have experts from many fields available to review your questions and provide professional advice, including our clinical psychologist, Michele.

QUESTION 1

"Can you please recommend what products to use for ulcerative colitis? With thanks" – Michelle

ANSWER

Hi Michelle,

For ulcerative colitis, we would highly recommend a combination of our Gastronic Dr. and DigestAssist.

Use Gastronic Dr. to:

  • Prevent the flare ups of IBS, Crohn's Disease, Gastritis, Acid Reflux (GERD), Ulcerative Colitis and Diverticulosis
  • Tone the entire digestive system, soothe the stomach lining and maintain healthy digestive and bowel functioning
  • Reduce the incidence of cramping, bloating, gas, acid reflux and other symptoms of digestive problems
  • Fight against harmful free radicals in your body

Use DigestAssist to:

  • Quickly relieve abdominal cramping
  • Dramatically reduce bloating and gas
  • Remove nausea and other symptoms of digestive problems
  • Soothe the stomach lining and gently relieve digestive inflammation and burning
  • Stop symptoms of indigestion, heartburn and acid reflux

For further info, please go to:

Gastronic Dr. and DigestAssist

Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

Warm regards,
The Native Remedies Team

 

QUESTION 2

"I feel bloated after and in between eating meals. I exercise 30 minutes every day. What do you suggest?" – Cathy

ANSWER

Hi Cathy,

We can highly recommend a combination of Gastronic Dr. and DigestAssist for your bloating. These two remedies in combination have a synergistic effect and have proven highly beneficial.

Use Gastronic Dr. to:

  • Prevent the flare ups of IBS, Crohn's Disease, Gastritis, Acid Reflux (GERD), Ulcerative Colitis and Diverticulosis
  • Tone the entire digestive system, soothe the stomach lining and maintain healthy digestive and bowel functioning
  • Reduce the incidence of cramping, bloating, gas, acid reflux and other symptoms of digestive problems
  • Fight against harmful free radicals in your body

Use DigestAssist to:

  • Quickly relieve abdominal cramping
  • Dramatically reduce bloating and gas
  • Remove nausea and other symptoms of digestive problems
  • Soothe the stomach lining and gently relieve digestive inflammation and burning
  • Stop symptoms of indigestion, heartburn and acid reflux

For further info, please go to:
DigestAssist and Gastronic Dr.

Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

Warm regards,
 
The Native Remedies Team

If you have a question for Michele, or any of our other experts, please visit Ask Our Experts on the Native Remedies website.

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