B Vitamins for Better Digestive Health

We need B vitamins for proper digestion. There are 8 B vitamins. They are all essential for digestive health. Since they are water soluble vitamins, our bodies can't store them in fat cells or tissues, so we must obtain them regularly from the food we consume. For thousands of years, people obtained their B-vitamins from bread. Most of the B-vitamins in bread are found in the wheat germ. Today, due to bleaching, heating, and over processing of wheat flour, the flour on store shelves is so deficient in vitamins that is has to be enriched with vitamins otherwise a severe health crises could develop. In fact in the 1940's the United States government mandated the enrichment of white flou

Antidepressant Nation & The Teachings of Rabbi Haim Lifshitz

In Memory of Rabbi Zeev Haim Lifshitz (1935-2010) whose Yahrzeit is Today Antidepressants are among the most highly prescribed drugs of all time. Over 50 million Americans are taking medically prescribed mind-altering psychiatric drugs. That's approximately one in five adults. SSRIs are the third most prescribed drug in America after heart medication and pain killers. Antidepressant drugs such as Prozac, Luvox and Paxil are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, commonly known as SSRIs. Antidepressants are commonly prescribed for depression, anxiety and PMS. But what's worse is that they are increasingly being prescribed for a host of other conditions including hot flashes, neuropathy

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