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Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies to ​The Cornell Centre​. (along with all subsidiaries, affiliates, successors and assigns thereof, referred to hereinafter collectively as “​The Cornell Centre​”, "we", "our" and/or "us"), our websites and services. ​The Cornell Centre​ knows that you care how information about you is used and shared, and we appreciate your expectation that we will do so carefully and sensibly.

By visiting this or another ​The Cornell Centre​ website displaying this Privacy Policy or a link thereto (a "Website", or collectively the “Websites”), or by otherwise interacting with ​The Cornell Centre​ you agree to accept the practices described in this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy is further subject to the ​The Cornell Centre​ Services Agreement related to the ​The Cornell Centre​ services you utilise and/or purchase. For questions on this Privacy Policy please contact our team via the contact information found on this Website.

​The Cornell Centre​ values your privacy and is dedicated to protecting your personal information and providing you with notice about what personally identifiable information we collect and how it is used, what choices you have regarding the collection, use and distribution of that information, the security procedures we implement to protect that information and what access you may have to correct any inaccuracies in the information we have collected from you.

What Information Is Collected

We receive and store any information you enter on our Websites or give us in any other way, such as via telephone, electronic mail, online or otherwise. For example, this information may be collected when you contact us for customer support.

Here are the types of information we gather:

Contact Information:
We collect and retain personal contact information that you submit to us voluntarily and this includes, but is not limited to, your name, mailing address, web address, telephone number, and e-mail address. This information may include your full name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and, where provided, your fax number. Such contact information may be used, for example, to communicate with you when necessary with respect to transactions. Additionally, we may collect contact information provided to us during any correspondence relating to customer support, as well as in connection with products and services offered on our Websites.

Financial Information:
We collect and retain certain financial information from when you purchase our products and services. For example, when you sign up for any other product or service through ​The Cornell Centre​, we require you to provide a credit card number and billing address before we will process that application. We will not sell, share or rent any financial information collected from you except as disclosed in this Privacy Policy or as necessary to fulfil any order for our products or services.

Demographic Information:
We may collect and store anonymous demographic information (such as your postcode, gender and age), and use this data to tailor your experience on our Websites, provide content that we think you might be interested in, perform general improvements to the Websites, and display the content according to your preferences. Such demographic information may be shared with partners, market researchers and other third parties on an aggregate, non-personally identifiable basis. No personally identifiable information will be linked to such aggregated demographic information that is shared with third parties.

Other Information:
We collect and store certain types of information whenever you interact with us. For example, our servers track the type of web browser you are using and the page from which you link. Additionally, we log IP addresses (a unique number assigned to every computer on the Internet) in order to improve security, analyse trends and administer the Websites. We may track your movement within the Websites, the third-party website pages from which you were referred, access times and browser types. We use this information to gauge the effectiveness of our Websites, track information for statistical purposes and to improve the products and services we provide. We collect this information to better develop a sense of what services our customers need and identify areas of improvement to the Websites. We may use such information for marketing purposes, and to send information to you that we believe might be of interest. In addition, such information may be shared with partners, market researchers and other third parties on an aggregate, non-personally identifiable basis. No personally identifiable information will be linked to such aggregated information shared with third parties.

We may supplement the information you provide us by acquiring publicly or commercially available information as available in the public domain or from third parties, for instance, to verify your address or to update your information and to create a profile of your preferences. We tie your personally identifiable information to information in the profile, in order to improve the content of the Websites for you or to inform you about products or services that we think will be of interest to you. From time to time, we may also ask you to participate in surveys or other communications conducted by us or third parties designed to help us improve the Websites or the products or services we provide.

The Websites use “cookies” such purposes as enhancing your online experience by making it easier for you to navigate through the Websites and making certain features work better. Cookies are text files which are commonly deposited by websites on a user's hard drive when the user visits a website. The file identifies a user's computer and can record the user's preferences and other data about the user's website visit. We do not extract information about individual users during this process. Your web browser may enable you to disable cookies, but please note that certain services may not function correctly without it and your experience on our Websites may be hindered.

Third Party Cookies:
We may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads on our behalf across the Internet. These companies may collect and use information about your visits to this and other websites and your interaction with our products and services in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. However, no personally identifiable information (such as your name, address, email address or telephone number) will be connected with such information. They may use information about your visits to this and other websites to target advertisements for goods and services and may be used to keep track of user response to each advertisement. These targeted advertisements may appear on our Websites or on other sites that you visit. The anonymous information is collected through the use of a pixel tag or cookies, which are industry standard technologies used by most major websites. If you do not want such companies to collect this information you may opt-out.

To learn more about the use of this information or choose not to have this information used by certain third-party advertising partners, please visit the Network Advertising Initiative at Please note that if you delete your cookies, use a different browser, or buy a new computer, you will need to renew your opt-out choice.

Web Beacons:
The Websites may contain electronic images (called a "single-pixel GIF" or a "web beacon") that allow a website to track the effectiveness of marketing campaigns. No personally identifiable information will be transmitted via web beacons.

Telephone Recording and Monitoring:
To ensure ​The Cornell Centre​ customers receive quality service, ​The Cornell Centre​ selects phone calls for recording and/or monitoring. These calls, between ​The Cornell Centre​ customers (or potential customers) and employees, are evaluated by ​The Cornell Centre​ representatives. This is to guarantee that prompt, consistent assistance and accurate information is delivered in a professional manner. In contacting ​The Cornell Centre​ creating an account with ​The Cornell Centre​, or by otherwise utilising any ​The Cornell Centre​ products or services, you hereby consent to any such call recording and/or monitoring.

How Personal Information Is Used

Our Use:
We receive and store any personal information you enter on our Websites or give to us voluntarily in any other way and may use it to contact you from time to time. We take steps designed to ensure that only the employees who need access to your personal information to fulfil their employment duties will have access to it. By registering on a Website and providing your telephone number, you agree that this action constitutes a purchase, enquiry and/or application for purposes of telemarketing laws. Regardless of the fact that your telephone and/or cell number may be listed with the TPS, you are providing your express written consent to receive future information (including telemarketing) about products and services from us and/or our affiliates, and you hereby agree and consent to our contacting you using the information you have provided and will provide to us. This means we may contact you by e-mail, phone and/or cell number (including use of automated dialling equipment and/or pre-recorded calls), text (SMS) message, social networks or any other means of communication that your wireless or other telecommunications device may be capable of receiving (i.e. video, etc.). We may also send you information or offers from time to time to the postal address or email address we have on file (as further outlined in this Privacy Policy). You further acknowledge that you are not required to agree directly or indirectly or enter into an agreement regarding our telemarketing efforts as a condition of purchasing any goods or services from us or our affiliates.

Electronic Mail:
From time to time, ​The Cornell Centre​ may use your personal information to contact you by electronic mail concerning our services. These communications are often intended to inform you of important information regarding your account, or about general services provided by ​The Cornell Centre​ and/or its affiliates. If you do not want to receive email from us or our affiliates regarding new services, please click the "unsubscribe" link which is included at the bottom of any email you receive from us. However, in order to fulfil our service obligations to you, we will continue to send you emails regarding your account administration, as well as any necessary information, such as renewal notices and instructions. By providing us with your email address you consent to receiving communications from us electronically and all notices, disclosures and other communications that we provide to you electronically satisfy any legal requirement that such communications be in writing.

Service Related Uses:
We may use your personal information to contact you about the goods or services you have purchased from us, or for other purposes in which you have expressed an interest, for example, if you have contacted customer service or made an enquiry. We will also provide you with service and account related announcements. For instance, if the delivery of a service or product is delayed we might send you an email, or other message, or if there is some service issue with something you might have ordered. Generally, you may not opt-out of these communications, which are not promotional in nature. If you do not wish to receive them, you have the option to cancel your services with us.

Protection of ​The Cornell Centre​ and Others: We may release account and other personal information when we are required to do so by law, court order, subpoena or other government or law enforcement authority or regulatory agency, including ICANN, in order to enforce or apply our Services Agreement or other agreements, or when we believe in good faith that disclosing this information is necessary or advisable, including for example, to protect the rights, property, or safety of ​The Cornell Centre​, our users, or others. This includes exchanging information with other companies and organisations for fraud protection, credit risk reduction or other similar purposes. Sites Other Than ​The Cornell Centre​, ​The Cornell Centre​ has no control over and is not responsible for the privacy policies or information gathering practices of other websites, including those to which we may link and those which may link to us. We strongly recommend that you review the privacy policies of every online service you use before submitting any personal information and direct any concerns to the site administrator of that website.

How Long We Keep Your Personal Data.

We keep information only for as long as we need it to provide you services, manage our business or as required by law or contract. Where you have a contract with us, we will retain your data for the length of the contract, and will further retain that information for a time period consistent with our legal or regulatory responsibilities, after you terminate all your services with us to resolve disputes, enforce our relevant Service Agreement, and to adhere to the technical and legal requirements and constraints related to the security, integrity and operation of the Sites. If you have any questions about how long we will keep your specific data, please contact us.

How We Keep Your Personal Data Safe.

We work to protect the security of your financial information during transmission by using Secure Sockets Layer ("SSL") software, which encrypts the information you input on the Site. However, no method of transmission over the Internet or method of electronic storage is completely secure and we cannot guarantee its absolute security. You can further help to ensure your security by taking a few simple precautions. For instance, it is important to protect against unauthorised access to your computer, and to be sure to sign off when you are finished using a shared computer.

Limitation Of Liability

​The Cornell Centre​ assumes no responsibility or liability with regard to any theft, loss, alteration or misuse of personal or other information lawfully provided by ​The Cornell Centre​ to third parties, or with regard to the failure of any third party to abide by this privacy policy or such third party.

Contacting Us.

If you have questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy, you can contact us by writing to us at ​​ or by mail at ​Mushroom Cottage, Parsonage Lane​ ​Little Baddow (near Chelmsford)​ ​Essex​ ​​ ​CM3 4SU​.

Do you consider yourself to have good digestion?

What can poor digestion look like? Here’s just a FEW clues to see if your digestion is weak:

Belching or gas within one hour after eating
Heartburn or acid reflux
Feeling bloated within one hour after eating
Prolonged vegan diet
Bad breath
Loss of taste for meat
Sweat has a strong odor
Stomach upset by taking vitamins
Feel like skipping breakfast/feel better when you don’t eat
Sleepy after meals
Fingernails chip, peel, break, or don’t grow
Anemia unresponsive to iron
Stomach pains or cramps
Diarrhea chronic or shortly after meals
Undigested food in stool
Crave acidic foods (vinegar, citrus)

What causes poor digestion?


Inadequate stomach acid is one of the many ways that malnutrition can start and it’s estimated that 90% of people have low stomach acid. This can be caused by a slowed metabolism, food allergies, stress, poor diet, nutrient deficiencies, a low protein diet, too much alcohol, and countless other  factors. This reduced acidity in the stomach weakens the first line of defence against pathogens and sets off your digestive cascade with an incorrect pH, which leads to incomplete digestion. Eventually this can cause intestinal problems, acid reflux, and predispose you to food allergies and autoimmune disease—many of which I’m sure you are aware of.


Strong stomach acid = good digestion


Strong stomach acid is a precursor for good nutrition and it is required for the absorption of important vitamins and minerals such as calcium, zinc, iron, and B vitamins
that require a highly acidic environment for absorption. It’s also required to activate pepsin in the stomach to cleave apart amino acids (building blocks of protein) so they can be fully and properly absorbed.

If your digestion is inadequate, then the integrity of each cell, tissue and organ in your body will suffer, thus opening you up to a host of health problems. If you can’t
actually break down and absorb your food, it can’t be USED to nourish your body; which creates a pretty HUGE problem.


Digestive Supplements


The idea of solving the body’s problems with a pill is wonderful in theory (I mean who doesn’t want to feel better overnight?), but in reality, we all know it’s nothing more than quick fix and cover-up for what is REALLY going on. You see this most in Western Medicine with the use of pharmaceuticals, but unfortunately it happens often in the natural health arena as well


Digestive health


IBS – Improve your digestion, Next to the common cold, symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are the most commonly reported ailment,affecting as many as one in four people at different levels of severity. 

Symptoms vary but include bloating, gas, tiredness after meals, intermittent diarrhoea or constipation and abdominal pain.


Food Intolerance Testing

Food allergies and intolerances are linked to your body’s immune system. The immune system is the body’s natural defence against foreign invaders, such as viruses, bacteria, and harmful poisons. When you have a food allergy or are intolerant to a food your body doesn’t completely digest it, which allows incompletely digested food to enter the bloodstream where it is treated as an invader and is targeted bynm IgG antibodies.

If you are constantly eating the same food to which you have an intolerance to you are continuously putting your immune system and digestive system under stress. This places a huge demand on energy reserves as the immune system and digestive system repeatedly has to work harder to fight these challenging foods and detoxify your system.

Reactions to food sometimes produce inflammatory conditions and also produce a whole range of chronic health problems as well as unexplained symptoms. The symptoms are often masked which means they resemble the symptoms of everyday problems such as headaches, fatigue, and joint pains.

It is also known that certain food allergies and intolerances produce different reactions every time it's consumed, i.e. a headache one day and then an upset tummy the next. Masked reactions are commonly caused by the food we eat often. Some foods that we crave may make us feel temporarily better for a while but then have a big payback later on. Due to the delayed reaction, people do not always associate it with the particular food that caused it.


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