Akuna is the Aboriginal word for flowing water and symbolically water has a wonderful undertone of purity and fertility and is often seen as the very source of life itself.

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Are you noticing the following issues with your horse? • recurring lack of appetite • lethargy • intermittent fever • colic bouts • occasional edema (on the belly resulting from a loss of protein in the blood) • weight loss • thin body condition. Chances are your horse may be suffering from hindgut ulcers. Other symptoms can include, colic, diarrhea, lethargy and poor performance. Ulcers are common in performance horses and in a study conducted in 2005 by Franklin L. Pellegrini (DVM), it was concluded that somewhere between 44 & 60 per cent of horses have some form of colonic ulceration. A higher percentage was noted in performance horses. The symptoms of gastric ulcers and hindgut ulcers are very similar and so it can be difficult to determine whether or not your horse has one or the other. So what are colonic ulcers? They are a depression in the lining of the

Posted on: Tuesday, June 4th 2019 at 4:00 am Written By: GreenMedInfo Research Group Views 27345 This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2019 Visit our Re-post guidelines Everyone knows that eating vegetables has profound health benefits. But, like all foods, not all vegetables are created the same. A few vegetables appear to be downright "miracle" foods! One such group of veggies are those of the Brassica family; commonly known as cruciferous. These include broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, radish, rutabaga, turnip and even arugula. What makes this group of veggies so special? Sulforaphane. Sulforaphane is a phytochemical abundant in cruciferous vegetables, and it's been getting a ton of attention from researchers. But it all starts with glucoraphanin. Sulforaphane is produced when the enzyme myrosinase converts glucoraphanin, a glucosinolate (a natural compound found in some plants), through a chemical reaction induced by damage to the plant, such as cutting or chewing. As such, glucoraphanin

Posted on: Saturday, August 11th 2018 at 6:00 am Written By: Sayer Ji, Founder Views 109958 This article is copyrighted by GreenMedInfo LLC, 2019 Visit our Re-post guidelines The science has never been clearer: flaxseed deserves to be top of the list of the world's most important medicinal foods. For just pennies a day it may protect against dozens of life-threatening health conditions Many of us have been enculturated to think about the nutritional dimension of our food intake in terms of the government's recommended daily allowances (RDAs), focusing on getting the "right" amounts of carbohydrate, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. However, I believe this focus on the quantifiable dimensions of food versus the qualitative/informationl elements has profoundly lead us astray. We bear witness to this in the fact that Americans are some of the most overfed yet simultaneously malnourished people on the planet. It is no wonder that we we

Green super foods are fast attracting more and more attention as people are embracing the health and Wellness wave sweeping communities. While there is a long way to go, it is encouraging to see a plethora of green super food supplements in health stores and also mainstream establishments like Aldi, Coles and Woolworths. So, what makes a great blend of green super foods that one can have in a smoothie, knowing that it is doing them good! Firstly, you need to understand that the most nutritious greens in the world that are packed with the highest protein of anything come from green algae and blue/green algae. Therefore, you need to choose a green powder that includes greens from the sea and that will include Chlorella and Spirulina. Chlorella is a type of green algae (contains 52% protein) while Spirulina is a type of

When you sprout seeds and beans you are germinating them and in so doing making them more easily digestible and ensuring they maintain their maximum nutrient profile. They will always be best consumed raw because you will not be reducing the hormones, oxygen, phyto nutrient and enzyme profile. As mentioned in a previous article, when you cook raw foods you instantly diminish the profile of these rendering the nutrient quality inferior. So, from a scientific perspective what does sprouting do? Firstly, it breaks down the anti-nutrients, enzyme inhibitors and lectins, while increasing the content and making available the many beneficial nutrients and amino acids to our bodies. Additionally, sprouted foods break down the compounds that cause digestive disturbances including things like flatulence. How would you like to receive up to 100 more enzymes into your body as a result of consuming sprouts & micro