Hi y’all! It’s been a long time since I wrote. However, this morning, after reading a post on Facebook, I needed to explain something. I don’t want you guys to believe that I am judging in any way, but this needs to be said. Every day, I go through my Facebook posts. Some inspire me… Continue Reading

Facts about Vitamins

It has only been a few decades since we discovered that food contains an important element which is absolutely essential to the maintenance of normal physiology. This element was discovered about fifty years ago by Casimir FUNK, who called it a “vitamin”. We now know that there are several different vitamins, each of them fulfilling… Continue Reading

Fluorine vs. Fluoride

Facts about Fluorine Fluorine, according to Doctor Fournier, “is a catalytic treatment for bone disorders and rickets. It is the re-calcification agent that re-calcifies, something seldom accomplished by calcium which has a usurped reputation. We know that the inhabitants of the island of Tristan Da Cunta have no cavities, because the island’s soil contains fluorine,… Continue Reading

Facts about magnesium

Magnesium is an essential regulator of the body’s metabolism, mainly that of nerve cells. The body contains approximately 20 to 30 grams of magnesium. 50% of it is found in bones. Its metabolism is closely related to that of calcium and phosphorus in the bones. As for its presence in blood, magnesium is closely linked… Continue Reading


Carbohydrates Carbohydrates are sugars. They represent a source of energy that is quickly available to the body, for example during physical effort. There are different sorts of carbohydrates, defined by their more or less complex structures. Simple Sugars Simple sugars, also called monosaccharides, contain only one elementary molecule. We distinguish between: Glucose, which is not… Continue Reading


Digestion plays a major role in the transformation and assimilation of food, and includes all chemical and mechanical processes that occur inside the body: the synthesis of food through chemical reactions (anabolism) and the breakdown of food by a chemical process (catabolism, basal metabolism, additional metabolism and other more or less complex mechanisms). The role… Continue Reading


Introduction The body produces acid. If the acid produced cannot be eliminated, a state of unbalance between acids and bases occurs. Balance also means polarity, contrasts and opposite tendencies which are likely to destroy balance. When observing life, we also observe this perpetual quest for balance between two opposite polarities. Thus, physiological balance could be… Continue Reading

Who needs supplements?

Who Needs Supplements? Several groups of people risk developing various deficiencies: smokers the elderly people who suffer from food allergies pregnant women women who breastfeed or take birth control pills manual workers athletes people who live or work in large cities people who often eat in restaurants people who always eat the same food or… Continue Reading

March PV Promotion

As winter’s chill gives way to spring’s blooms, the change of season can leave your skin looking dull and dry. Move on from winter and find fresh-faced spring radiance with our March PV promotion oils! Adored for their skin-loving properties, essential oils like Cedarwood, Geranium and Frankincense can refresh the appearance of your winter-weary skin… Continue Reading

7 Natural Remedies for Cough or Cold

  Let’s face it: whether you’re in the throes of winter cold season, or you’ve come down with a stubborn cough or cold in the middle of summer, the waiting game is tough. Waiting for nasal congestion or sore throat and coughing to subside so you can get back to your daily rhythm, can leave… Continue Reading