Monthly Archives - March 2016

Agave Inulin Benefits

 

Agave, Agave inulin, re:iimmune all natural ingredient

Nature gives us the solution to a healthy lifestyle and the tools to maintain our body system in good conditions. Through generations we have known that nature is wise and one of the many benefits it has for us is the Agave Inulin.

The agave inulin is a soluble fiber which is extracted from the agave plant (what tequila is made from) through a drying process. Among some of the benefits of agave inulin are the following:

  • Helps to treat colitis/gastritis
  • It has a prebiotic element that supports the development of beneficial bacteria in the intestines
  • Helps to avoid constipation
  • Helps to fight against high levels of cholesterol and triglycerides
  • Helps to control high blood sugar levels especially in those suffering from diabetes.
  • Rich in fiber which helps to rid our body of toxins and waste that accumulate daily in our system

If you suffer from constipation, diabetes, high cholesterol and triglycerides, obesity, and gastrointestinal problems-agave inulin is ideal for you.  Although, even a healthy person could receive valuable benefits by ingesting agave inulin due to its rich fiber that supports the intestinal wall and helps prevent health problems while maintaining a good digestive system.

re:iimmune® has strengthened it’s formula by adding organic agave inulin directly from the land of tequila and agave, Jalisco, Mexico-where agave is cultivated with extreme care and the best quality available. Because of this, and many other benefits, re:iimmune® helps you get better, better. Get to know more about re:iimmune® at www.reiimmune.com.

Senior Care and What to Watch For

We tend to avoid the appearance, groan over the emerging signs, and feel the symptoms slowly showing up in our daily lives, but age is something to be honored and respected—it’s a privilege. With age, often times comes maturity and wisdom along with a myriad of physical telltales.

 

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Caregivers around the world have the responsibility of caring for the elderly in homes and facilities, day in and day out. Whether you’re caring for a friend or family member, or have chosen care-giving as a career path, with it comes a high amount of responsibility– caring for another’s health is one of the most important tasks we may ever encounter. It’s important to understand and keep an eye out for the warning signs of serious health conditions surfacing. Dehydration and nutrient malabsorption may quickly lead to many serious issues. Dehydration in the elderly can easily occur due to altered thirst perception, inability to effectively communicate, medications that effect fluid levels- such as laxatives or diuretics– or when taking more than 4 medications regularly.

 

Some signs to be aware of are:

  • Low blood pressure
  • Confusion
  • Headaches and Dizziness
  • Dry mouth
  • Sunken eyes
  • Inability to sweat or produce tears
  • Low urine output or constipation
  • Urinary tract infections

 

Malabsorption of nutrients in the elderly can lead to anemia related fatigue, unexplained depression with signs of apathy or irritability, as well as physical manifestations such as brittle, dry hair, and ridged nails.

If you notice any of these signs in someone you’re caring for, first consult their health care provider to rule out any serious conditions, and then begin working towards strengthening their hydration levels and nutrient absorption.

The extra support from the Clinical Strength Hydration™ and balancing electrolyte nutrients in re:iimmune® help reduce dehydration when recognized in the early stages. The pre and probiotic blend paired with L-glutamine and ginger, produce a restorative element in the digestive system, and ultimately may create a more viable environment for nutrient absorption.

We want to partner with you in making people better, at every stage of life.

The Facts–Walgreens

Maybe you’ve walked past it lined up on a shelf at your local pharmacy, or seen an ad pop up as you were scrolling through your favorite sites, but what do you really know about re:iimmune®?

Well here are THE FACTS; re:iimmune® was created by Springfield Missouri Native, Dr. Kerri Miller– she saw a missing link in our health care system and set out to find the solution, an over the counter, illness recovery formula that will help you get better, better at home.

re:iimmune® combines clinical strength hydration, with a prebiotic and 14 probiotics for intestinal immune support, a dose of zinc for extra immune boosting power, ginger– to soothe nausea, and L-glutamine to aid in repairing intestinal tissue. This powerful pack of essential nutrients pairs well with a balanced anti-inflammatory diet, and to top it all off, it is made with organic agave (prebiotic), all natural flavoring, and is sugar and gluten free.

Where can you find it, you ask? Good question! re:iimmune® has been on shelves locally since August of 2014 and we are proud to announce you can now also find re:iimmune® at one of four Walgreens in the Springfield Missouri area.

 

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Not in Springfield? Check out our store locator to find a location near you.

Now that you know the facts, we want to help you get better, better! For more information on re:iimmune® click here.

 

 

Walgreens Store Locations
Address City State Zip Code
1955 S National Ave Springfield MO 65804
2640 E. Sunshine Springfield MO 65804
2951 S. Campbell Springfield MO 65807
1349 E Republic Rd Springfield MO 65804

Antibiotics- Moldy Bread & Humble Beginnings

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We can’t deny that antibiotics have become a sort of controversy as of late, but to deny them the respect they so deserve, would be doing ourselves a great disservice.

The history of antibiotic discovery and use is actually a very interesting story; some say it dates all the way back to the early Egyptians who use to bandage wounds with a type of moldy bread poultice. Isn’t that nice? Needless to say, we’ve come a long way since then.  Penicillin was our first successful antibiotic pioneer, before Alexander Fleming discovered the bacteria fighting power of penicillin, a simple cut or scrape could introduce serious infections and even fatality—not to mention the fact that we had no way of fighting pneumonia, strep throat, rheumatic fever or gonorrhea.

The threat we face today is the overuse of antibiotics. We’ve stopped using them solely for life threatening infections and have started relying on them for every discomfort in the book.  We’ve begun to create a community of antibiotic resistant bodies and diseases. There are many consequences that come with the abuse of this powerful medicine, aside from the threat of them becoming completely ineffective–they also leave our immune systems worse for the wear as they destroy all bacteria in their path, including the healthy bacteria that keep our gut, the epicenter of our immune system, healthy and functional.

Our advice? Do everything in your power to build your immune system naturally-rest, eat right, and at the end of the day when you feel yourself coming down with something, evaluate the situation. Consult your doctor on whether what you’re experiencing truly is concerning enough to introduce antibiotics. Antibiotics are wonderful when used correctly and re:iimmune® will help your body begin to recover by re-introducing good bacteria to your gut, relieving antibiotic related nausea with ginger root extract and will also begin to repair your intestinal wall with it’s multifunctional L-Glutamine that also aids in hydration absorption.

Travel Bug-Get Better, Better

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Vacation. Whether it be a tropical spring break trip, a honeymoon to the Virgin Islands or a guy’s ice fishing trip in the frigid Pacific Ocean—we all have fond thoughts and eager expectations of what we call “vacation”. The last thing you want to think about after spending hundreds of dollars on flights and accommodations, not to mention, numerous hours daydreaming about the sound of waves lapping outside your cabana, is a round of the stomach flu or an unexpected sinus infection interrupting your moment of bliss. The unfortunate news is, travel related sickness is far too common for comfort. From crowded airports, unfamiliar foods, abnormal sleep schedules, and stress caused by unexpected delays–your immune system takes a hit!

 

Needless to say, if you’re planning a trip, it’s time to step up your health game.

 

Hydration: Often times it’s difficult to stay well hydrated when you’re traveling. Rushed commutes, hot beaches, and extra activities can leave you depleted. Not only is dehydration often accompanied by a long list of uncomfortable side effects, but it also inhibits your cells from healing properly and ultimately damages your immune system.

 

Digestion: Rich foods, extra desserts, and foreign bacteria all play a part in most of our travels. Since 70% of your immune system is located in your gut, it’s vital to give your digestive system some extra attention. Ginger is a powerful digestive aid, it has been known to help soothe your gas pains, digest and metabolize fats and even relieve common stomach pains.

 

Immune Booster: When you’re in the business of protecting your sacred getaway, you want to come at it with all of your guns blazing. Beefing up your immunity with some extra supplements, such as zinc, adds just the right amount of power behind your punch. Zinc is a supplement that is helpful with reducing inflammation–that often leads to infection–and is thought to be the most important micronutrient, as well as a key co-factor of the immune system.

 

Ultimately, the goal is to catch nothing more than a healthy glow and an extra pep in your step on your upcoming venture. So, next time you start packing your bags, don’t forget to add re:iimmune® to the top of your travel list. With its clinical strength hydration, blend of pre and probiotics, a dose of zinc, and 275mg of ginger extract, you’re on your way to healthy and happy travels!

 

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Information on this blog is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for the advice provided by your physician or other healthcare professional. You should not use the information on this blog for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease, or prescribing any medication or other treatment.