Nourishing Your Digestive System Daily

Nourishing Your Digestive System Daily

Cherise Evertz


Did you know that the digestive system allows us to eat, break down and absorb our food?

It also has a job to eliminate food waste. Our digestive system converts compounds in the foods we choose to eat into the energy that supports all of our other bodily functions.

A healthy digestive system powers us through our life – it is up to us to build a healthy digestive tract.


Healthy Digestive System

It is worth noting that our digestion uses more energy than any other process in our body. We are all keen to build a strong immunity especially during Winter and knowing that our digestive system is over 80% responsible for keeping a strong internal defence.

Bearing this in mind eating a healthy diet is only one part of healthy digestion, taking probiotics and probiotics are very important in aiding digestion by improving nutrient absorption.

Foods such as Sauerkraut, Kefir, Yogurt, Kombucha, Kimchi are key nutrient dense foods that support healthy digestion.

Tissue Salts such as Nat SulphNat Phos and Nat Mur are key minerals which support healthy digestion supporting cellular health.

Experiencing acid reflux is a sign of needing to restore the balance of the digestive tract.

If you are experiencing acid reflux, constipation, bloating, burping then you may need to move to Comb C which includes essential minerals to restore balance at the cellular level, supporting gut health.

It is important to remember to take Tissue Salts 4 times per day or more often if you are experiencing acute symptoms. There are no known side effects when taking Tissue Salts. 

It isn’t always easy to eat well and take the time needed to be still when we eat. This is why we need a nutrient dense supplant that include 70 key ingredients that are natural and restore ongoing health.

Vital All-in-One supports alkalinity in the gut which creates the platform needed to build a healthy digestion.

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