of wastes from the body is essential for optimum health. The food we ingest
must be properly filtered and eliminated to remove harmful toxins and other
impurities and supply the important vitamins and minerals that we need.
The intestinal tract also contains antibodies that are the primary defenders
The digestive system
can only handle 3 to 4 meals at a time. This means one meal in and one
meal out. Two or more bowel movements a day is considered "regular". Less
than one per day clogs the large intestine, a condition known as constipation.
As we age, the enzymes in our intestines and digestive tract weaken. Food
digestion is decreased, and putrefied fecal matter begins to accumulate
in our intestines, instead of being removed from the body. The collection
of fecal matter contributes to toxic overload in the body. Intestinal constipation
causes cellular constipation and forces the other excretory organs push
harder to work effectively which leads to all these systems becoming overwhelmed
and unable to eliminate all the waste. The excess remains in our systems
to poison us. This is called auto-intoxication. Proper oxidation in the
tissues is lessened, we lack energy and eventually may become ill.
of many of today's diseases and illnesses. Study have demonstrated the
direct relationship of poor bowel function and auto-intoxication to the
gain and the Inability to lose weight; High blood pressure; Migraine and
other headaches; Halitosis and body odor; Acne; Rashes and allergies; Sugar
cravings; Unstable blood sugar levels; Rheumatoid arthritis; Circulation
problems; Depression/Mood disorders; Lupus; Bloating and or Nausea; Chronic
Fatigue; and Infections.
As bowel functions continue
to deteriorate, more problems will occur. They range from asthma and allergies
to arthritis and cancer. Faulty digestion, poor absorption, and massive
amounts of auto-intoxication can be traced to most chronic conditions known
today. Even less serious, yet irritating conditions like heartburn, indigestion,
bloating, gas, constipation and diarrhea – most of us simply do not have
healthy bowels which are related to unhealthy bowels plague millions of