Most of us have heard before that you are what you eat. In some cases, people aren't able to eat foods in adequate amounts or even at all due to injury or disease. For instance, damage caused to the intestinal tract via Celiac's, Crohn's or ulcerative colitis can severely impair the gut's ability to absorb nutrients. Major burns, acute kidney injuries, or even those who have a chronic alcohol use disorder can benefit from IV therapy. How do you know you have enough nutrients? Our food is not what it used to be. With the onslaught of toxic chemicals, GMO's, and depleted [...]
Over 2100 known toxins may be present in drinking water, which increases your risk for illness and affects the taste and smell of water. Better tasting, better smelling, and healthier water is what you get when you filter out chemical (e.g., chlorine/ lead) and bacterial contaminants from the water you drink or use for bathing.