I thought it would do me and my readers some good to concentrate on something that has gone right in my health; the improvement of my gastrointestinal symptoms from delayed gastric emptying, aka gastroparesis, and irritable bowel syndrome.
I recently decided to pull the stats I have available on the products we've reviewed to see what people are most interested in. It helps to know where to focus my efforts so I know we're providing the information you crave the most. Not surprisingly, they're pretty much in line with the products that have by far brought me the most relief in my own health journey. Some of the numbers even shocked me, but by the time I finished tabulating the number of items sold, it's clear that people are looking for effective, natural ways to relieve their worst spoonie symptoms.
Taurine may be one of the most important amino acids for our body. Although quite popular in energy drinks, unless you're a hard core athlete, you may know very little about this "Wonder Molecule." While popular for boosting performance in athletes, Taurine is essential in boosting heart health, brain health, and liver health. With it's … Continue reading Taurine is no Bull! The Benefits of The Wonder Molecule
The study revealed that both saline and ORS are effective in the short term treatment of OI. However, the ORS, with it's combination of sugars, potassium and sodium, was proven to be even more effective than the saline. While simple sodium can help raise blood volume, ORS still seems to be the better option, according to this study. Better yet, ORS is readily available, as well as affordable and it doesn't require a visit to an infusion center or the use of ports and is obviously much less invasive, providing fewer risks than any venipuncture.
Through D's management and distribution of Calcium, it is crucial to maintaining healthy bones. In fact, both rickets and osteoporosis are linked to Vitamin D deficiencies.