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What EM Ceramics Can Do for You

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What EM Ceramics Can Do for You

What are EM Ceramics? EM Ceramics are ceramics (baked clay) that have been fermented with powerful EM technology. EM Ceramics are known to have powerful cleansing, adhesion, ultrasonic and far infrared properties. EM Ceramics are used because they have the ability to cleanse a variety of liquids and can actually help restructure their stability. EM Ceramics are often used to stabilize the structure within liquids, and use their strong adhesion properties to draw out unnecessary chemicals within water and other liquids. The powerful and ancient properties within EM Ceramics omit ultrasonic and far infrared properties that allow these ceramics to...

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Intestinal Benefits of Organic Probiotic Supplements

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Intestinal Benefits of Organic Probiotic Supplements

The human intestinal tract is an extremely intricate internal environment. There are 400 to 500 species of bacteria living in your gut or gastrointestinal (GI) tract alone. Numerous species of bacteria and yeast reside there. They assist with digestion, kill harmful or pathogenic infections, and boost the production of some vitamins and chemical substances required for good health and long life.   Intestinal Flora And Organic Probiotics Keep You Healthy   The organisms that live in our intestines are referred to as intestinal flora. For ideal functioning of the intestinal tract, it must contain only the beneficial species of bacteria...

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Healthy Diet Tips: The Importance of Enzymes

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Healthy Diet Tips: The Importance of Enzymes

Enzymes are protein-based catalysts found in every cell of every living plant and animal, including humans. All of our life processes are sustained by metabolism. Metabolism is the series of chemical reactions responsible for everything from growth and reproduction to digestion and breathing. Enzymes are extremely important to metabolism as they control and regulate the metabolic pathways. The number of enzymes a cell produces is limited, and as a result, we must rely on the food we consume to replenish enzymes in the body. Unfortunately, the average diet of fast food, soda and coffee does not provide a healthy amount...

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Preparing Your Garden for the Spring

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Preparing Your Garden for the Spring

Spring has sprung and if you think that you shouldn’t be thinking about your garden until at least mid-spring, think again. These tips can help you improve the quality of your soil and prepping your garden for planting flowers, vegetables and fruits! It has been one long and cold winter and many homeowners believe that they have to put their gardening plans on hold for a little while longer. However, the time to improve the quality of your soil, landscape design and garden management begins now. The following are a few of these procedures that will allow you to begin...

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Composting At Home: Getting Started

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Composting At Home: Getting Started

If you have been interested in the benefits of composting at home, but have been a little intimidated by what may seem like a complicated process. I have recently started hearing about Bokashi composting and decided to do a little research into the possibility. Bokashi is a Japanese term that means "fermented organic matter." It is an anaerobic fermentation process, as in the absence of oxygen. This method has been used by farmers in Japan for centuries but has only been recently introduced to the United States. Not only is the process simple and quite fast, there is little to no smells...

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