Re: Does OO pass too quickly thru bowel to be absorbed? by andmor ..... Ask Andreas
Date: 6/26/2003 4:32:28 PM ( 10 year ago)
The liver cleanse is a formiddable way to lose weight. It increases bile flow and, therefore, the ability to digest fats instead of depositing them elsewhere in the body. A clean liver also means optimal digestion and metabolism, given thar poper care is given to diet and lifestyle. Eating fats is required for the body to function properly, derive fat-soluble vitamins and nourish and maintain cell tissue. Low fat diets, on the hand, make it increasingly difficult to digest foods and this eventually leads to weight gain. They have greatly contributed to teh current obesity epidemic in this country (see more about this in The Key to health and Rejuvenation, www.1stboks.com).
Olive oil does't make people fat, but poor digestion and liver performance do. The traditional Medieterranian diet, rich in olive oil, has much prevented obesity in this part of the worlds. The low cholesterol Granola oil (an artificial, genetically altered product), however, makes people obese. Olive oil can make people lean, low fat spread can make them put on weight. The low- fat or no-fat foods all suppress bile secretion, which impairs the digestive process and, therefore, successful elimination of waste. The olive oil used during the liver cleanse is not absorbed by the body.
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