Brenda Watson's Healthy Living eNewsletter
Brenda Watson's Healthy Living :: H.O.P.E. Focus

Brenda Watson's Healthy Living eNewsletter

Uncomfortable gas and bloating, irritating heartburn and indigestion, even the occasional bout of diarrhea or constipation—all of these are signs that your digestive system is not getting the tools it needs to function in peak condition. In this month’s issue you’ll find the solution to healthier living through better digestion—a daily combination of High fiber, Omega oils, Probiotics and Enzymes developed by digestive care expert Brenda Watson. Now a best-selling book and PBSnational PBS special, Brenda Watson's H.O.P.E. Formula is the first step toward looking and feeling your best every day. Check local listings for dates and times.

High Fiber

A healthy colon requires bulk in order to eliminate regularly. That’s because your colon is a muscle, and just like any other muscle in the body it needs to be toned and strengthened in order to function properly. What’s more, healthy colon cells thrive in the absence of harmful toxins, so removing those toxins is essential to good bowel function.
High Fiber

Omega Oils

In addition to their role in healthy brain development and cardiovascular function, natural Omega oils derived from cold-water fish and other sources (such as certain nuts, seeds and leafy-green vegetables) play a vital role in helping to ensure optimum digestion and healthy bowel function.
Omega Oils

Probiotics

Though microscopic in size, these valuable bacteria provide a veritable grocery list of health benefits for the whole body—from birth to adulthood and well into our senior years. So when professionals from The American College of Nutrition met recently for their annual meeting, it stands to reason that the topic was none other than those nifty little microflorae whose name literally means “for life”.
Probiotics

Enzymes

Nearly 75 percent of the body’s immune defenses are located in the digestive tract, making optimum digestive function the key to overall health. In order to ensure proper digestion, however, your body requires a dependable supply of digestive enzymes—the chemicals released into the digestive tract that can break down food by breaking apart the bonds that hold nutrients together.Enzymes

 
© 2009 Brenda Watson and ReNew Life Formulas.