A round up of the first ten fragments in even less words. What you missed if you're not a subscriber....we're now on #15 and we're well into the 100 words groove - feedback is great too - so come and join in by subscribing today!*
#1 ACV - useful to improve stomach acid production and why you might/might not.
#2 Bicarb - useful to reduce stomach acid production and when you might/might not.
#3 While you were sleeping on Inclined Bed Therapy. A must do.
#4 CM book review from table to toilet for Gut by Giulia Enders . A must read.
#5 Scars and what they tell us. From perfect in utero healing to less than perfect thereon and why. Continued here.
#6 If the flu vaccine is being over sold and it's not that effective, then what about these Elderberry Remedies instead?
#7 Helicobacter vs. Your Pantry. Take away message: "Both in test tube and living subject trials, extra virgin olive oil, raw honey, cinnamon, mastic gum and cranberries have shown merit vs. helicobacter infection."
#8 Retraining the brain with lower back pain. Winterwonders. Herbal Lozenges.
#9 Medlars - an intriguing fruit known to Shakespeare and a David Lebovitz recipe.
#10 When life gives you lemons - a deconstructed lemon dessert (the whole is more than a sum of the parts) and a lovely lemon cordial recipe.
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