Archive for October, 2008

Oct 26 2008

Foods That Athletes Use to Gain Strength and Endurance

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The pressure to win and be the best in amateur and professional sports drives many athletesnfl spread picks 2014 , at times with the urging of their coaches, to turn to dangerous, illegal steroids and other physical enhancing drugs.   At the other end, the associations who control these athletes look for more ways to detect the use of these drugs and punish the athlete for using them. Click here to read our lastest review on the athletic benches and much more.

There is another way of getting similar results without endangering your health or breaking the law.   In nature there are strength and endurance enhancing foods that can get the same results.   Here is a partial list of natural enhancing foods; Bee Pollen, Codonopsis, Ginger, Hawthorne Berry, Schisandra Berry, Siberian Ginseng, Tribulus and Wild Yam are a few of many.   These foods are totally legal because they are foods and there is nothing dangerous about them physically or mentally.

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Oct 11 2008

The Roll of Enzymes in the Digestion Process and Beyond

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So what is the end result of all this digesting information?   What does it mean to the person who is reading this and wants to know how they can benefit from this new knowledge?   Well of course a lot of it has to do with the amount of raw foods you eat.   The more of those raw foods that are added to your diet the less health problems you will experience.   The two big key reasons are the enzymes that are brought into the body and the alkalinity of the raw vegetables.   The big key I want to discuss here are the enzymes.

When we looked at four stages of digestion the main star of the digestive process is the enzymes and their role in digestion.   As you shall see, digestion is only one function of enzymes in your body they play many other roles such as anti-inflammation, healing injuries, energy detoxing, anti-parasite, and many more.

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Oct 01 2008

The Hidden Disaster in the Small Intestine

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The small intestine of course is where the food makes its most important part of the digestion trip.   The vast majority of the assimilation takes place here so the preparation that took place in the mouth, esophagus, stomach and duodenum must be as complete as possible.   As you know, if you read my previous articles on the digestion process, most Americans and probably a vast portion of the world’s population eat for entertainment and not to feed their body properly.   You only have to look around you to see the problems of obesity, and disease to know that there is something very wrong in the United States, the world’s most advanced nation.

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