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The Long Hollow Tube: A Primer on the Digestive System

The Long Hollow Tube: A Primer on the Digestive System

An article by By Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, PhD. Wise men, poets and philosophers have long honored the process of digestion as the basis of good health, sound sleep and a happy attitude. “I am convinced digestion is the great secret of life,” said the prolific and quotable Reverend Sydney Smith. “Now good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both!” toasts Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Milton wrote, “His sleep was very light, from pure digestion bred.” Read Full...

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A Nurse Refuses Conventional Cancer Therapy to Choose a Natural Health Journey

A Nurse Refuses Conventional Cancer Therapy to Choose a Natural Health Journey

As a registered nurse working in palliative care with cancer patients, Phyllis Enns saw a bleak future for herself when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001. At 49 years old she had seen too many patients suffer from the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy. She made a courageous decision to try something else. “Most of my patients said they felt worse after chemo and believed the treatment actually worsened their condition,” says...

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