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Dr. Brouse is a widely recognized authority in the fields of nutrition and prevention of chronic degenerative diseases.

He follows the practice of natural nutrition and lifestyle espoused by Dr. Shaklee, whom he met in 1976. He is a gifted speaker with the ability to communicate scientific information in a manner that the general public can understand and apply. Dr. Brouse has authored books, training programs, and documentaries on health and wellness for over 40 years. He founded the Sunnyside Health Center and Chiropractic Clinic in 1977.  Since that time many people have regained a greater measure of health while following his recommendations. He continues his nutritional counseling of health-minded people throughout the world.


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Poor digestion also speeds up the aging process.

Natural Foods Provide Their Own Digestion

In nature, raw fruits and vegetables contain enzymes necessary for their digestion. For example, a raw apple theoretically contains the enzymes necessary for our bodies to utilize its nutrients; however, if the apple is grown in nutrient-depleted soil, its enzyme content will be below par. And if the fruit becomes apple pie, sauce, or pasteurized juice, its enzymes are completely destroyed by heat..

Digestive enzymes are substances produced by our bodies that help us to digest the foods we eat. These enzymes are secreted by the various parts of our digestive system and they help to break down food components such as proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.

“Even if you eat good food every day,”  says Dr. Brouse, “if you don’t digest it properly, undigested food can actually seep from the small intestine into the bloodstream, and the immune system reacts.” Lack of energy and digestive discomfort are among the first symptoms, but there are many others.

Symptoms of Undigested Food in the Small Intestine

  • craving certain foods

  • weight gain

  • thyroid problems

  • bloating, heartburn, gas, indigestion or burping after meals

  • constipation or diarrhea

  • hair that is dull, thinning, or falling out

  • lackluster skin

  • weak or cracked nails

  • trouble getting up in the morning

  • sleep problems

  • arthritis or joint pain

  • feeling too tired to exercise

  • depression

  • mood swings

  • headaches or migraines

  • ADHD

  • rashes

  • hives

  • hot flashes

  • PMS

  • and, sometimes, fertility problems

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