The Vinegar Experiment

Humor me. Try an experiment. This might work for some of you. Drink some raw, organic apple cider vinegar. It will promote good digestion because it’s rich in enzymes and potassium. It also helps to support a healthy immune system by keeping the pH level in an alkaline state. Did you know that in 400…

The Enzymes of Digestion

So, back to digestive enzymes. Protease breaks down proteins into something called amino acids, so we can absorb them. Once they’re absorbed, they get “reassembled” into different things, and enzymes play a key role in that process as well. While some enzymes break down food, others act kind of like matchmakers. The matchmaker enzymes say,…

Absorbing Your Fats

If you’ve had your gallbladder removed, it’s very important that you are careful about what types of fats you eat because you don’t have this reserve of “dish detergent” to break the fats down properly. It’s vital that you stay away from “difficult to digest” fats such as hydrogenated oils, animal fats, trans fats, even…

The Mechanics of Digestion

Digestion starts when you think about food. For example, try thinking about a big, juicy lemon. In your mind, take that lemon and slice it into quarters. Now take that lemon quarter, put it in your mouth, and start sucking on it. What happened while you were thinking about sucking on that lemon? You started…

Dr. Joe’s “No Poison” Secret Formula

Imagine that you knew your friend had a secret formula that could help you get well and stay well. Would you want to know the formula? Would it be worth $1,000? $10,000? $100,000? On this site, you will find the not-so-secret formula that has worked for me, my family, my friends, and tens of thousands…