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The colon or large intestine is a hollow, tub-like organ made up of a muscle structure that movew toxic materials along by a wave-like motion known as peristaltic action. Use of laxatives weakens these muscles, creating dependency.

From the beginning of the large intestine (cecum) to the rectum, it is approximately 51/2 to 6 feet long. When person is constipated, the walls of the col9on are generally packed or lined with accumulated feces. This causes extended periods of intestinal overloading by failure to respond to the immediate call of nature. In this condition, the colon can neither absorb nor eliminate properly. Blood from this system circulates through every organ in the body and circulates through every organ in the body and reaches every cell. To properly clean the body tissue, we must start by a thorough cleaning of the bowel. It took time to pollute our bodies to the  point of disease, so it also takes time to reverse this process through a series of internal cleansing.

The colon is inhabited by bacteria, parasites and other organisms. The immune system can be fortified in a clean body that has less toxic material.

The relationship between the colon and the rest of the body

  • The average person is carrying several pounds of dried fecal matter impacted in the colon as a result of eating flour, meat, fat, dairy products, sugar, alcohol and preservatives.
  • Average food transit time is 18 to 24 hours in a healthy colon. We have seen clients who have bowel movements every two to seven days! Even once a day may indicate constipation, depending on food consumption.
  • In America, over two million people per year a diagnosed with colon disease. Remember, CANCER OF THE COLON IS SECOND TO HEART DISEASE AS THE MOST FREQUENT CAUSE OF DEATH TODAY and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is on the rise.

Colon Pic Here -----------

Cleansing and rebuilding a poorly functioning colon is one of the most improtant steps you can take to greatly reduce the risk of colon cancer and achieve and improved state of health.

Surprisingly, healthy elimination should be within one to two hours after eating. If you eat three to five times a day, your bowel should move accordingly. Bowel movements once a day, or every two or three days, are considered normal in America. This is common, but it is insufficient to maintain health.

Foul-smelling stool and gas are also danger signs. The healthy color of your stool is golden brown and has minimal odor. During constipation, you may observe a darkening of the stool. This is caused by the longer transition time in your system with residues lying in your colon for more than 12 hours. The result is that the colon will distribute the poisons into your bloodstream and every organ of your body, which is called toxemia or autointoxication.

Pic of unhealthy colon.

We may indulge in daily routines that are direct causes of constipation. There are three habits working against Mother Nature. First is eating refined and processed foods. They do not provide quality energy to our cellular structure and to the organs responsible for the elimination of waste matter. Second is neglecting to stop everything we are doing to answer the call of nature. Third is not drinking enough water. We should drink enough water to equal half our weight in ounces daily, one half-hour before meals – or digestive juices become diluted.

A toxic bowel is the source of many health problems. Colon cleansing is a valuable procedure that activates the body's self-healing process by washing down the old, toxic mucus lining of the bowel, thereby allowing a more efficient means of waste elimination and nutrient absorption. Both are essential to any lasting rejuvenation process. This is also the first step toward normalizing the colon so that the friendly bacteria can return to keep the colon safe from putrefaction.

Look for relevant literature at your local health food store.

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