After 18 years of working in the mortgage industry, Casey Grant was stressed, and sick of feeling stressed. She disliked her job because that’s what it felt like – a job. She didn’t enjoy what she was doing, and wanted to find a way to create a good income doing work she loved. Casey’s lifelong passion for health and nutrition sounded like a way out of the mortgage industry…the question was, how? Casey began to research schools for nutrition education, and Southwest Institute of Healing Arts (SWIHA) immediately resonated with her. Although she lives in Chandler, Arizona, a town close where the main campus of SWIHA is located, Casey decided.
Adding lemon to water not only quenches thirst better than any other beverage, but it also nourishes our body with vitamins, minerals and trace elements which we absolutely need. Lemon with water can be considered the best natural energy booster. When we wake up in the morning, our bodily tissues are dehydrated and are in need of water to push out toxins and rejuvenate the cells. In other words, this homemade “lemonade” helps eliminate internal toxins, regulating proper kidney and digestive tract functions by forcing them to work as smoothly as possible. Here is a list of the Health Benefits Of Drinking Warm Lemon Water: Lemon is a rich source.
Does it really affect us? Is this diet for everyone? Does it make me lose weight? Is it really that bad for me? What is gluten? These are the common questions we are hearing people ask about the “Gluten Free” craze that is going on. As many diets come and go, “Gluten Free” is here to stay. Researchers have found that gluten is the cause of many reactions people have to foods, certain allergies, side effects, leaky gut syndrome, increases in insulin levels, celiac disease, and more. It is estimated that 50-70% of the population has a gluten sensitivity. What is gluten? Gluten is the protein found in wheat, barley.