So ready for part 2 of digestion?  From the mouth to the stomach… Once food is broken down and mixed with saliva in the mouth, it travels down the esophagus and into the stomach. Food can stay in the stomach for anywhere from 2-4 hours depending on the amount of fat or fibre in the…

When thinking about digestion it’s easy make a beeline straight for the stomach, skipping the mouth. And while we know the brain plays a role even before food hits our tongue, as the sights, smells and even thoughts of food get our digestive juices and hormones flowing, physical and chemical digestion begins in the yapper….

So one night you are out and because of a little peer pressure and not wanting to stand out like a sore thumb you take a joint and puff away with everyone else. Or you find yourself wanting something to help you relax from the pressures at work and the stress at home and the…

What’s the first thing you grab for when hungry? What do you crave? If you were stranded on a desert island what is the one food you would have to have there? Without a doubt, I expect at least 75% or more of you would choose something made with white flour.   Have you ever wondered…

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