Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

January 15, 2019

Sugar’s Sick Secrets: How Industry Forces Have Manipulated Science to Downplay the Harm(The Problem)

More on that here…if you ever thought that the food industry was your friend, re-think that.

The Solution

Search this Blog for ‘Jason Fung, M.D.’ and read or view everything he says: it boils down to just three or four simple messages, but getting the message may save your life.

If you are healthy, his message will help to keep you that way.

If you are NOT healthy, his message is the most important thing you can learn and understand. A starting place for regaining health. A strategy for taking back control. A way out when all other efforts may have failed. A simple approach that anyone can do: it costs nothing – in fact it will SAVE you money, time, energy, and effort.

December 18, 2018

Jason Fung, M.D. – This sounds familiar


March 23, 2015

As If We Need To Be Told Again


March 30, 2013

Healthy Habit #34

Filed under: Diet and Nutrition, Sustainability — Tags: , , , , , , — doctordilday @ 2:01 pm
Don't use these mushrooms for "tea"!!

Don’t use these mushrooms for “tea”!!

It used to be called “Mushroom Tea” when we first heard about it and started drinking it many years ago. Now it’s called “Kombucha” (for marketing reasons no doubt!) and the science is apparently catching up to the legends. Turns out that like most great things in the area of health and wellness, the ancient Chinese figured it out first, 200-plus years B.C.!

The exceptional longevity and health of the Georgians (of Eastern Europe Georgia) has been attributed to their love of this “tea”.

Anyway, for a healthy drink that has no sugar, caffeine, alcohol or other negatives and a long list of positives, you can’t beat it.

It is easy enough to order a “kit” and make your own for nearly nothing except a little sugar and black tea, but I am picky and could never be Ok with the inconsistency of the final product. Instead I prefer the Trilogy flavored Synergy Brand found right across the street from my office (and in many grocery and health food stores). It’s expensive though so I usually use it to take my supplements after I eat – and stretch a bottle between two meals. That way I get all the digestive benefits timed right and I get my mouth flora squared away… remember the story about Nitric oxide?

Anyway, I think that it is as good a drink as you can get. Here is an article about it with a link to a source for making your own.

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