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Is Bentonite Clay A Natural Remedy for Arthritis?

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What is Arthritis? Quite simply, arthritis is inflammation of the joints. Joints are found at the knees, wrists, elbows, fingers, toes, hips and shoulders. Joints are also between the bones of the spine. The primary symptoms of arthritis are joint pain and/or stiffness.  Redness and swelling may also be present with arthritis. Arthritis can involve […]

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How to Use Bentonite Clay Inside and Out

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Generally speaking, calcium bentonite clay can be used both internally and externally. However, since not all clays are the same, it’s important to know if the clay you’ll be using is for internal use or external use or both. Some clays can be used both internally and externally. If a clay is clean enough to […]

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Prevent Acidosis with Calcium Bentonite Clay

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Acidosis is a condition where there is too much acid in bodily fluids. On the flip side, alkalosis is the condition where there is too much base in bodily fluids. Extreme imbalances in either direction can indeed be life threatening, but fortunately, are rare. However, chronic, low levels of imbalance in either direction can manifest in serious health conditions if not addressed. It is much more common in Western cultures to find imbalances on the side of acidosis[…]

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Meet Stan Zimmer and Ferment2Healthy

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Stan Zimmer is the owner of Ferment2Healthy, a new online store and educational resource started to share about the health benefits of eating and drinking fermented foods and supplements. Stan has personally witnessed the amazing benefits of fermented foods when his father suffered from crippling ulcerative colitis. As a result, he began cultivating his own yogurt […]

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Boosting Liver Function with Bentonite Clay

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Taking care of the liver is one of the best ways to ensure good health. Major organs including the heart are nourished and vitalized with high quality blood produced by the liver. Conversely, a poorly functioning liver can be a major contributor to virtually any disease in the body. It’s hard to imagine that any […]

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