8 Ways to Beat IBS & Digestive Orders

Fifty years ago, it was a rare phenomena for people to have mild to severe digestive disorders. Today, IBS and Crohn's disease have become part of the norm in our society as more than half the population suffer from digestive disorders. The main reason why more and more people are diagnosed with digestive disorders is bad diet. The typical American diet is by definition a bad diet. It mostly consists of #1 Refined and processed carbohydrates (breads, pasta, cereals, most commercial flours) #2 sugars (including beet sugar, cane sugar, corn syrup and rice syrup) #3 Transfats (margarine, canola and vegetable oils) #4 processed or fried meats #5 non organic dairy and cheeses and little to

Stone Ground Kamut Bread: The Best Bread for Diabetes Management

One of the main causes of Type 2 Diabetes is a diet consisting of refined carbohydrates and sugars. Carbohydrates are long chains of sugar molecules. But not all carbohydrates are treated equally by the body. There are huge differences in how different carbohydrates affect blood sugar and insulin levels. Carbohydrates that trigger the biggest surge in blood sugar are anything made with refined flour such as bread, cereal, and pasta. Starches such as potato starch, corn starch, and rice starch also trigger surges in blood sugar. Liquid carbs such as soda, beer, and fruit juice are even worse. These foods all get digested quickly because they lack the fiber and nutrients that are only pr

Bitter Melon The Ultimate Tea for Diabetics

Bitter melon, or bitter gourd, is a vegetable that has been used in Caribbean, Chinese and Indian dishes for centuries. The dried leaves and stems are used for making tea. In traditional Chinese medicine Bitter Melon tea is known for its ability to dramatically lower blood sugar. In some cultures Bitter Melon is seen as a “plant-insulin”, and some studies show that, if administered correctly, it can behave similarly to slow-acting animal insulin which represents exciting potential for a more sustainable, vegetarian, source of insulin. In the Caribbean bitter melon is used for a myriad of uses including digestive upset and blood sugar control. Western drugs for diabetes are fraught with si

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