Simple Observation of Your Feces Provides Valuable Information by #27791 .....

Observation of feces provides valuable information to what is needed in your daily diet, to maintain good colon health.

Date:   9/10/2005 12:17:05 PM ( 17 y ago)

Simple observation of feces provides valuable information Some symptoms relieved by colon cleansing are: a coated tongue, colon cancer, constipation, backache, bad breath, bloating, fatigue, bad gas, headaches, indigestion, loss of concentration, lung congestion, sinus congestion, skin problems, nail fungus, and symptoms of Candidiasis. Simple observation of feces provides valuable guidelines to what is or not needed in your daily diet. The transit time (the time it takes for foods to travel through the digestive tract) can be too slow or too fast. Looking at what you created is like looking at a picture that tells a thousand words. Thinking this is degrading or embarrassing is like not facing reality. Bristol Stool Scale divides stools into seven distinct types of size, shape and color. Dry with hard lumps or clumps. When transit time is too long, one may be extremely constipated. Usually caused by a lack of fluids, lack of friendly bacteria, essential oils, stress, excess mucosa, and not enough good fiber. Avoid alcohol, baking soda, and all products with refined white flour, sugar, white rice and yeast. Like lumpy sausage. Like sausage with surface cracks. Long smooth surface. Normal, good color, quick exit, and easy to clean. Blobs with well-defined margins. Fluffy with ragged edges. Watery with no solids. Diarrhea is usually caused by a bacterial or virus infection from foods or water. It can also be caused from anxiety, food allergy, drugs, or problems in the colon. This is a sign that something is wrong and your bodies are trying to self clean. Drink extra water with vitamin C and electrolytes added to avoid dehydration. If it continues for too long a colon cleanse should end it. Size and shape of the stools indicate the transit time through the digestive tract. The color can tell you how well your digestion is and alert you to other changes concerning your wellness. Lighter in color (pale) may indicate a blockage in the bile duct or a deficiency in producing bile (a digestive aid). Because of the high fat content, stools may be foul smelling and sticky like clay making it difficult to flush. This is usually the result of bad absorption. Blood (red) in the stool is a good indication of colon disease, internal hemorrhoids, or parasites. Eating beets will add color to stools and urine and be used as an indication of transit time. Dark stools are usually from a diet of dark greens, iron supplements, or meat. Black stools may indicate bleeding in the stomach or smaller intestine caused from an injury, bleeding ulcer, tumor, or worms. Slimy stools contain excess mucus caused by bacteria, Candida, tumor, or other problems in the colon. Healthy stool is long, round, and smooth with a texture similar to creamy peanut butter and golden brown in color. It should be slightly acidic so it floats on the surface of water breaking up soon afterwards. When the pH in the colon is slightly acidic, it promotes the growth of friendly bacteria. The balance is thrown off when it gets too alkaline, creating an environment that only the bad can survive. Normal stools and bowel function return soon after. Well-balanced and proper diet along with herbal cleansers will cleanse the colon. Colon cleansing is safe and effective for everyone of all ages, children and the elderly alike. Pregnant women should abstain from cleansing the last three months of pregnancy and should consult their doctor.

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