Where to Buy Fennel Tea Online


Buy fennel herbal teaFennel tea is an exceptional aid to digestion and of great benefit in the treatment of gastrointestinal problems like bloating, stomach cramps, IBS and excessive flatulence.

This page lists where to buy fennel tea, whole fennel seeds, capsules and extracts that are both high in the important volatile oils and at the lowest prices I could find.

The Best Fennel Tea for High Volatile Oil Content

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Where to Buy Activated Charcoal


Bulk Activated CarbonActivated charcoal is relatively inexpensive for just how effective it is at relieving gastrointestinal problems and absorbing toxins from our body.

This page lists the best places I’ve found to get activated charcoal online in easy to take capsules and bulk food-grade powder.

Tablets or Capsules?

Activated charcoal tablets are popular but I personally prefer and recommend capsules over tablets for two reasons.

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How to Use Activated Charcoal for Bloating and Gas


Powdered Charcoal for GasActivated charcoal can be very effective at stopping bloating, absorbing excessive gas and removing toxins and other undesirable compounds in your gastrointestinal tract.

It is, however, necessary to make sure you take this special kind of carbon in a particular way and at certain times for maximum benefit.

Learn exactly how to take activated charcoal for gas correctly ahead, the recommended dosage and timing, using it for teeth whitening and a few charcoal side effects and precautions to be aware of.

How Does Activated Charcoal Absorb Toxins?

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Why is High Fructose Corn Syrup Bad for You?


Fructose-sodaA common, but still relatively unknown cause of bad gas and digestive problems is high fructose corn syrup malabsorption.

More and more people are becoming aware of the dangers of high fructose corn syrup to their health, but fewer would know that too much fructose can also lead to bloating, intestinal cramps and excessive flatulence.

Ahead is just what high fructose corn syrup is, why so many people are experiencing fructose malabsorption and a list of both high fructose foods, drinks, sweeteners and fruits and fructose free or low fructose alternatives for better health.

What is Fructose and HFCS?

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How to Quit Soda in 10 Simple Steps


Quitting CokeIt is possible to stop drinking soda with a minimum of fuss or withdrawal symptoms with this simple plan to replace it with a new and healthier alternative.

Before you start you’ll need the soda alternatives and caffeine and sugar withdrawal products listed below (and enough of them to keep you going for two weeks).

Once you have those here’s the best way I’ve found to replace soda addiction with a similar tasting carbonated drink that is actually good for you.

10 Steps to Quit Drinking Soda

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Healthy Soda Alternatives You Can Make at Home


Coke alternativesJust quitting cola cold turkey is a lot harder than finding a healthier drink to replace soda with.

To make withdrawal easier an effective soda substitute should be similar enough to cola in taste, while cutting out the unhealthy and addictive ingredients like sugar and caffeine.

It sounds like a tall order but it is possible. This page explains how to make healthy alternatives to soda or diet soda that taste similar to manufactured carbonated drinks, but can actually be beneficial for your body.

Finding a Replacement for Soda

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Is Soda Acidic? — How Cola Impacts Digestion


Cola PhHow exactly did so many of us come to be pouring highly acidic cola down our throats over and over again each day? And what kind of effect is this acid drink having on our digestive system and long term health?

The Acid Levels in Soda

Short of drinking undiluted vinegar, cola is about the most acidic thing you can buy to drink.

The pH level of soda is approximately 2.5 (testing seems to come up with results ranging from 2.3 to 3.5 but a pH of 2.5 is commonly cited for the most popular brand name cola).

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How to Give Up Coffee in 10 Simple Steps


Caffeine replacement planWhen I decided to give up coffee recently, I believe I was able to stop drinking it quite easily because I had the three things from my previous post on how to replace coffee with healthier alternatives in place.

Firstly, I knew I’d been addicted to coffee for many years and admitted that to myself.

To my mind any addiction is a problem because you don’t have control of it – it has control of you. Once you understand how caffeine addiction works you can start to do something positive about it.

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My Top 2 Caffeine Withdrawal Remedies


Remedy for caffeine addictionProbably the hardest parts of giving up coffee is coming off caffeine. Symptoms often include irritability, fatigue, difficulty concentrating and the well known caffeine withdrawal headaches.

The good news is there are a few natural remedies you can easily use to greatly minimize caffeine withdrawal symptoms.

Giving Up Coffee Basics

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How to Replace Coffee with Healthier Alternatives


How to Replace CoffeeLegal or not, coffee is an addictive drug that affects both your body and brain chemistry. Anyone who drinks coffee regularly and cannot go more than a couple of days without ‘really feeling like’ (needing) a cup is very likely addicted to it.

I was. I drank a cup or two a day most days of the week for many years. In researching all different effects drinking coffee can have on your health, I simply came up with too many reasons to find an alternative to coffee to continue drinking it.

There were two things that particularly surprised me with coffee replacement.

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