HCB2’s education is firmly rooted in research showing processed foods, GMO’s (genetically modified organisms), emotional and mental stress along with environmental toxins are enemies to the gut’s ability to absorb nutrients and eliminate waste while creating cellular damage. Disease and dysfunction thrive in a bodily environment which lacks nutrients and the inability to detoxify itself each day. Supporting natural detoxification and reducing inflammation through clean sources and nutrient-dense food is a large step towards disease prevention.
New from the World Health Organization! PROCESSED Meat Causes Cancer! Read more about the difference between processed meat and red meat and the link to cancer.
Nutritional education is threaded throughout the HCB2 events, activities and services offered in the community. From the Healing Belly Baskets for patients and survivors, to workshops, the HCB2 Healing Bellies online community, and to social media messages, HCB2 is focused on sharing information about restorative nutrition. Click on the Fight Right tab to learn more and Click on the Events Calendar to find the next upcoming workshop.
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HCB2 collaborates with the medical community to offer free colonoscopies to the uninsured population in the Richmond, VA area each year since 2014. Through working with Access Now who oversees the 22 free clinics in the area, HCB2 partners with MEDARVA, Stony Point Surgery Center, Colon & Rectal Specialists, Gastrointestinal Specialists, Inc., Richmond Gastroenterology Associates, and nurses from Bon Secours to create a medical team who provides the procedures for the day.
Saturday, September 17, 2016 was the most recent day of free colonoscopies for the uninsured population in the Richmond community. Thank you to MEDARVA for hosting the 2016 event. MEDARVA was the first to host the 2014 event and HCB2 is honored to continue the collaboration. Thank you to Michael Pires and GI Pathology for providing pathology support and the Ferring Pharmaceuticals for supplying the prep kits for the patients. Click on the Around Town tab to review the recent press release about the success of the 2016 service.