About the Colon and Toxins in the Colon
The colon is the body's sewer system, and if not treated properly can accumulate toxins, which can be absorbed into the bloodstream.
While it is a generally accepted belief that some people have more bowel movements than others, people are not always aware that individuals who have fewer bowel movements are harboring a fertile breeding ground for bacteria. Problem with alternating constipation and diarrhea, or either of these, indicates foul waste material in the intestines.
The colon of the average person on the typical American diet holds eight (8) meals of waste material and undigested food in the colon, while the person on the high fiber diet holds only three (3) meals of waste material and undigested food! The person who has more than one bowel movement per day will still have at least three meals worth of waste matter putrefying in their colon at all times. The longer waste matter stays in the bowel, the longer it is allowing proteins, fats and carbs to to putrefy, rancify, and ferment. The gasses produced by this process can cause continuous toxins to be released into the body.
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