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It’s been a bit slow to arrive this year, but summer is back! And here at Natural Health and Wellness, we are excited to be part of the DTC/Greenwood Village community event Summerfest 2014. Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 21, from 11am to 3pm.read more
Constipation occurs when the colon absorbs too much water, or if muscle contractions in the colon slow down and cause the stool to “stall” in the intestinal tract. The most common causes of constipation include the following:read more
A well-formed, healthy stool lets the body know when it is time to come out. It should not need to be coaxed. It should be well hydrated, and it should slip out easily. Chronic straining can not only cause hemorrhoids it can lead to rectal prolapse, in which part of the inside of the rectum protrudes…read more
Inspired by my mom and her suffering with colon cancer, I left my real estate career to pursue my lifelong passion in natural health. Digestive health is where we can make a positive change in everyone’s overall health because a healthy digestive system affects the entire body. We support your body’s natural …read more
Each day, newspapers, radio, television, and the Internet present stories of new findings on nutrition and heart health or nutrition and cancer prevention. At the same time, however, advertisements and commercials bombard us with mutlicolored pictures of tempting foods: pizza, burgers, cakes…read more
People are discovering that herbs are an effective and comparatively inexpensive form of health care, and their popularity is growing. Herbs treat the body as a whole and integrated system—not a collection of isolated parts. Whether we are concerned about being healthy, regaining health, or moving to better…read more
Toxemia and toxic poison in the body are a result of neglect and failure to expel feces, mucous, bacteria, and parasites from the body, greatly impacting a healthy colon. Toxemia can lead to disease. Elimination of toxic waste is equally as important as the proper digestion and assimilation of food…read more