Constipation is characterized by infrequent, difficult, and sometimes painful bowel movements that require straining. Healthy bowel movements occur 2-3 times per day and are soft and pain-free. Constipation can occur for many reasons including a poor diet, lack of fluid intake, inadequate exercise, muscle /neurogenic disorders, thyroid disorders, aging, and side effects of certain medications. … Read more

What are Enzymes?

Enzymes are the power that causes every chemical reaction to take place in your body. There can be no metabolic (life) activity going on in the human body without enzymes. This means digestion, elimination, assimilation, absorption and every activity that’s necessary in order for the human body to have good health, depends on enzymes. Enzymes … Read more


Psoriasis is marked by the appearance of itchy or painful red raised bumps with silvery, flaking scales which often occur on the scalp, knees, elbows, or buttocks and may appear anywhere on the body. What may accompany this disorder includes arthritis or distal small joints and loosened, pitted discolored nails. Our clinical experience shows that … Read more

Celiac Disease

Celiac disease is a digestive disorder triggered by the ingestion of gluten, of protein found in grains (carbohydrates), such as wheat, barley, and rye. Although clinical characteristics include several multi system auto immune features, the primary site of injury is the small intestine. Incompletely digested gluten peptides are identified as antigens (toxins) by the immune … Read more

Weight Loss

People often crave those foods which they cannot digest. The more they succumb to the cravings and indulge in the comfort foods, the more they create an imbalance in their health. If weight loss is desired, healthy portions and controlled calorie intake will be necessary. The following products can also be taken for digestive support, … Read more


Our bodies are made up of billions of cells that grow, divide and then die in a predictable manner. Cancer occurs when the DNA of the cell is damaged and disrupts this cycle, causing uncontrolled cell division and growth. As the abnormal cell continues to divide uncontrollably, it eventually forms a new growth known as … Read more

Auto-Immune Disorders

The body’s immune system normally fights off foreign substances, such as viruses or toxins. But in an auto-immune disease, the immune system confuses healthy tissue for foreign substances and the body attacks itself. Examples of auto-immune disorders are Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Scleroderma, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Hashimoto’s disease. Some of the causes of auto-immune disorder … Read more

Allergies (Food Sensitivities)

An “allergy” is an inflammatory reaction elicited by our immune system toward a foreign molecule which is usually an unrecognizable protein or a small molecule bound to a protein. When the body can no longer make the correct amount of enzymes to digest a particular food properly, but that food is still consumed, intolerance for … Read more


Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, is also known as degenerative joint disease and is characterized by inflammation of the joints throughout the body.  Genesis’s clinical experience shows us that there is a connection with poor digestion and increased toxicity that leads to a burdened immune system and poorly managed inflammation. The goal of … Read more