The Real Cause
Proper digestion requires two things a malfunctioning system
lacks. Colon cleansing and liver flushes are a good way to
fix this problem.
Date: 4/15/2005 12:15:52 AM ( 17 y ) ... viewed 8027 times
The most important thing a person can do for themselves to
restore the natural elimination process is to address the
true cause of poor digestion. Poor digestion is the result
of a person's body chemistry being unnaturally altered. As
most health conscious people know, polluting the body's
internal organs greatly disturbs the human body's natural
working order and disrupts its chemistry.
Poor digestion is an example of this. A properly functioning
digestive system requires that all foods be completely
digested. Leftover foods that go undigested can become
toxic, feeding harmful bacteria and contributing to
intestinal toxicity and accumulated trash, which hampers
elimination. Poor digestion is the body's inability to break
down proteins into amino acids and is the cause of our
greatest inability to achieve optimum health.
When correcting the digestive process, you restore natural
balance, harmony and normalcy to the elimination process of
the human body. Most symptoms of poor digestion such as
indigestion, heartburn, food allergies, toxicity, chemical
imbalances, disposition moods, fullness and general lousy
feelings often altogether disappear. Most importantly, true
health and immunity will improve with the enhanced
protection against affliction and disease that is a result
of a properly functioning body system.
The real problem is that proper digestion requires two
things a malfunctioning system lacks, enough hydrochloric
acid (HCL) in the stomach and ample production of digestive
A lack of HCL may exist in nearly one out of three
Americans. HCL is essential for proper functioning of the
digestive system and helps keep it free of harmful bacteria
and parasites. Low HCL levels result in only partial
digestion of foods. Harmful bacteria are more likely to
colonize or breed in the stomach and intestines and
interfere with absorption of protein, fat and carbohydrates,
where they can feed on undigested foods.
Poor diet, aging, chronic use of medications/antibiotics and
past bacterial infections all contribute to the stomach's
inability to produce enough HCL. Low HCL levels cause
insufficient amounts of amino acids that produce digestive
enzymes and other necessary substances.
HCL is essential for digesting protein and for stimulating
the pancreas to produce digestive enzymes and bile.
Progressive loss of HCL and digestive enzymes prevents much
needed vitamins and minerals from being released from foods.
These nutrients are necessary for different enzyme actions
and bodily functions, from digestion metabolism to the
Undigested foods also cause the putrefying of the colon and
the overgrowth of yeast and bad bacteria, allowing them to
take over your intestines. At this stage, the colon and
intestines become like a rotting sewer line waiting to blow.
The lower bowels and intestine will often back up with food
that has not been properly digested or eliminated from the
body. Antacids can make the problem worse because they
buffer the stomach from HCL making it even less available.
Chronic indigestion also indicates that too many toxins are
in the intestines allowing harmful bacteria to thrive.
Cleansing your colon and doing liver flushes are a good way
to help this problem.
Cleansing your colon is top priority when poor digestion is
involved. Jim Foley's Colon Pills and Cleansers work great
to restore natural elimination. The colon pills are a 100%
natural and gentle laxative that breaks down built-up fecal
matter encrusted in the lower intestines and the thick mucus
layer that coats the wall of the colon and intestines, which
stops the absorption of enzymes/vitamins/minerals.
The colon cleansers in turn, are like a soap that goes into
the intestines and colon and cleans them out. After this
process is completed, the body can begin properly
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