The pipe that runs our digestive system needs cleaning, just like any pipes do. Even pipes that run clear water get calcification and we definitely put things in our body that our body not only doesn’t need but that does it active damage; like sugar and alcohol, chemicals and such. It’s not at all surprising to me that the average life expectancy keeps getting cut in the US. Gee I wonder why?
Could it be the unhealthy environment, stress and processed (nutrient deficient) diet and lifestyle choices. Nah. Pass me another eggnog, can we add extra fat, sugar, food dyes, preservatives and fillers. Please??!
We need to think of our bodies like what they are; machines. What we put in directly affects the output and running of the equipment.
I get it though. Food is more than just fuel. It’s also based around emotional, social, habitual, traditional, conditional and convenience factors, to say the least. I eat for fun too; chocolate and french fries are my own personal downfall. Mmmmmmmmm
Right now I’m doing an intensive colon cleanse through the end of the year based on Bernard Jensen’s book.
I just cleaned the bathroom sink this week and I can tell you with absolute certainty that it’s no different with our plumbing. Plus not just your large intestine gets impacted but your small intestine can have a coating as well. I’ll save you the disgusting images but if you are curious google mucoid plaque and I can attest 100% to it being accurate. These images are no joke. This IS what is in your digestive system along with a whole bunch of stuff most people don’t want to hear about. Which I gladly discuss quite openly with anyone frankly: parasites!! (gasp, gasp)
And people wonder: why am I depressed? Why am I sick? Why am I sluggish? Why am I always upset? Why can’t I concentrate? On and on and on.
It’s ALL connected; body/mind, gut flora/general well-being. It’s not complicated. In who’s interest is it to dispel colon hydrotherapy? When it’s been around and utilized SUCCESSFULLY for over a thousand years.
Honestly digestive health fascinates me. I love to hear peoples medical history and help my clients figure out their own digestive health and see how it’s working first hand. I absolutely love the field I am in. I could talk about it for hours, quite literally. I almost would like to hand people a chart with images so they can understand what they are seeing come out of their body in the equipment.
Undigested fat: you’re eating to much fat and/or your body isn’t effectively processing it.
Candida: serious overgrowth of yeast which generally necessitates a diet modification.
Parasites: at the point you are seeing them your body is in need of serious help. Your immune system is compromised. This is a bit of chicken/egg dilemma but when you eradicate them by making your body inhospitable your immune system will generally rebound very rapidly.
Whole pieces of food. You’re not chewing your food well enough for starters which is a very heavy load on your digestion. Your body can only extract the nutrients it needs when your food is masticated into a liquid or mush consistency and only your teeth do this job. I can tell you a fascinating study about this but it involves Jewish people in concentration camps and it’s so morbid it’s almost unpalatable; so I’ll refrain.
Black, tarry stools: unless you eat a diet high in very dark greens, beets; activated charcoal, etc. then there may be blood somewhere in your digestive tract. This doesn’t necessarily mean anything drastic and the colon is highly regenerative. But it is VERY important to get a handle on it.
It’s so imperative that we listen to our bodies and understand how they work and how to optimize it. It truly can be a game changer as far as quality of life in EVERY aspect; mental, physical, emotional, energetic.
Alright. That was my soap box for the day.
Happy first day of December. 🎄⛄️❤️