IN THEIR LIFETIME, THE AVERAGE

 AMERICAN EATS... 

 

6 whole pigs

 

12 three-thousand-pound cows

 

2,000 gallons of alcohol

 

3,000 chickens, turkeys and other flying birds

 

3,000 fish, sea creatures and sea scavengers

 

20,000 over-the-counter and prescription drugs

 

30,000 quarts of cow's milk

 

30,000 aspirin and pain killers

 

170 pounds of white refined sugar

 

300 soft drinks

 

400 candy bars

 

500 doughnuts

Watch the Process of Digestion Below!

 

 

Don't you think this puts a strain on your body even if you eat the best food, digestion is usually impaired due to many reasons out of our control like environmental toxins, Repercussions of this nature cause the stats below...

 

Every day- 49% of ALL Americans take one or more pharmaceutical drugs.

In 1972, we spent 3 billion a year on fast food.

Today we spend more than 110 billion.

Colon cancer kills more Americans than Breast cancer and Prostate cancer combine

400% more people die from Colon cancer than from AIDS.

I am not going to fill this wonderful report with a lot of scary disease facts, If you want more, read our book soon to be released. But the point I am making is that bowel disease is not a myth it is a serious fact and a serious disease!

Globally, cancer of the colon and rectum is the third leading cause of cancer in males and the fourth leading cause of cancer in females. The frequency of colorectal cancer varies around the world. It is common in the Western world and is rare in Asia and Africa. In countries where the people have adopted western diets, the incidence of colorectal cancer is increasing.  Do you know what your digestive system looks like?

 

 

 

 

 

Quite a long way for your food to travel.  The whole digestive system laid out is over 5 car lengths long. In feet is can be measured up to 30 feet long.  No wonder people are dealing with so many different digestive problems due to overeating, eating highly processed refined foods,

fast foods, not chewing well enough, etc...

 

 

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Did you know that lack of proper digestive enzymes

 contributes to:

 

Body & Joint Pain
Fatigue
Obesity
Stress & Depression
Higher Blood Cholesterol
Mood Swings
Arthritis
Poor Circulation 
Lack of Mineral Absorption 
Headaches and Migraines

and much more!

The digestive tract begins at the mouth and ends at the anus. It can be thought of as a long muscular tube, over 10m long, with digestive organs attached along the way.

The mouth and esophagus
Digestion begins in the mouth. The food is ground up by the teeth and moistened with saliva to make it easy to swallow. Saliva also has a special chemical, called an enzyme, which starts breaking down carbohydrates into sugars. Once swallowed, muscular contractions of the esophagus massage the ball of food down into the stomach.

The stomach
The food passes through a sphincter, or small muscle ring, into the stomach. Here it is mixed with gastric juices. The stomach is a muscular bag and it churns the food to help break it down mechanically as well as chemically. The food is then squeezed through a second sphincter into the first part of the small intestine, called the duodenum.

The small intestine
Once in the duodenum (small intestine), the food is mixed with more digestive enzymes from the pancreas and bile from the liver.

Pancreas
The pancreas is one of the largest glands in the human body. As well as digestive juices, it secretes a hormone called insulin. Insulin helps to regulate the amount of sugar in the blood. Diabetes is a condition caused by problems with insulin production.

Liver
The liver has a number of different roles in the body, including:

  • Breaking down fats, using bile stored in the gall bladder
  • Processing proteins and carbohydrates
  • Filtering and processing impurities, drugs and toxins
  • Generation of glucose for short-term energy needs from other compounds like lactate and amino acids.

Absorption happens in the small intestine
The food is squeezed into the lower parts of the small intestine, called the jejunum and the ileum. Nutrients are absorbed from the ileum, which is lined with millions of finger-like projections called villi. Each villus is connected to a mesh of capillaries. This is how nutrients pass into the bloodstream.

The large intestine
Once all the nutrients have been absorbed, the waste is moved into the large intestine, or bowel. Water is removed and the waste (feces) is stored in the rectum. It can then be passed out of the body through the anus.

Bacteria play an important role
A large reservoir of microbes, such as bacteria, live within the large intestine and, to a lesser degree, the rest of the digestive system. These bacteria play an important role in healthy digestion. The exact types of bacteria are particular to each individual. Other factors that influence the type of bacteria in your digestive system include where you live in the world, what health conditions you have and what medications you have received.

Common problems
Some common problems of the digestive system include:

  • Colitis – inflammation of the bowel
  • Diverticulitis – inflammation of pouches lining the small intestine
  • Gastroenteritis – an infection that causes vomiting and diarrhoea
  • Heartburn – when the contents of the stomach back up into the oesophagus
  • Ulcer – a hole in the mucous membrane lining the stomach or duodenum.

Optimal digestion and elimination should be one’s top priority!

Most people know that if you eat processed, fried foods, including excess starches and sugar, and excessive amounts of salt... You are not doing your body any favors.

Even if you have the requisite two or three daily bowel movements, your colon can remain clogged with old waste...

As these undigested waste materials pass through the colon without assimilation, they leave a coating of slime on the inner walls of the colon — like plaster on a wall. With the passage of time, this coating will gradually increase in thickness, until there is only a narrow pathway for fecal material to pass. This in turn limits the colon's ability to absorb any additional nutrients or fluids, and hinders peristaltic movement, which increases the possibility of constipation.

 

What is the Answer?

Enzymes! But not just any....

 

Digestive Enzymes Help Digestion Diseases...

The key is to help your body better digest the foods you eat... Before they reach your colon. But how can you do this?

Supplementing your diet daily with digestive enzymes can:

  1. Help improve digestion.
  2. Reduce toxicity in the intestines and colon.
  3. Improve elimination and
  4. Reduce constipation.

Everything we eat needs enzymes; to digest foods into nutrients, vitamins and minerals, and also to deliver these nutrients to the cells.

Food enzymes exist naturally in raw food, but when food is cooked, the high temperature of cooking destroys their natural enzymes. Even if we choose raw foods, the enzymes available are not adequate for human digestion of that food. It is also true that our body makes digestive enzymes, whose role it is to digest the cooked food that we eat. However, we cannot assume that every digestive system functions at its peak all the time. Nor are our food choices, ideal, 100% of the time.

Over-consumption of processed, fast foods, or living a stressful lifestyle, puts a greater demand on our digestive systems.

Furthermore, the more we depend on our internally-produced digestive enzymes — the more stress we put on our body's systems and organs — and the less time these systems have to rebuild worn out, damaged cells and tissue, and to keep our immune system strong.

Research shows, that as we age, we lose the ability to produce enough digestive enzymes to help with complete digestion. This enzyme deficiency may be the reason we experience more constipation problems as we get older.

And when toxicity builds up in our colon, this can put stress on other systems and hinder their ability to create the digestive enzymes necessary for complete digestion. Digestive enzymes play a key role, not just in digestion, but also healthy elimination, and keeping the body toxin-free.

Very simply... The colon is the sewage system of the body.

If we do not keep it as healthy and free of disease as possible, our major organs and glands can become seriously compromised. The best diet can be no better for us, if our sewage system (colon) is clogged with old, putrefied, metabolic waste.

So what are some easy steps to help keep your colon clear of toxic debris, improve digestion and alleviate constipation?

  • Eat foods high in fiber such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
  • Reduce intake of refined and processed foods, that have no natural fiber.
  • Drink plenty of water to rehydrate the colon and make stools easier to pass.
  • Supplement your diet with plant digestive enzymes that include a blend of proteases, amylases, and lipases to help improve overall digestion.

 

What are the Medical Solution to

Digestive System Diseases?

Well, Medical Doctors choices of prevention would be the pleasurable, Colonoscopy: This procedure is accomplished by inserting a flexible tube that is about the thickness of a finger into the anus, and then advancing it slowly, under visual control, into the rectum and through the colon. It is performed with the visual control of either looking through the instrument or with viewing a TV monitor.

Or you could have the other medical options performed...

Colostomy: Surgery of the colon.  If they cut out all of the colon you get a bag to carry around with you on the outside of your body and defecate into that.

Chemotherapy: Oh that is fun! Despite the fact that a majority of patients have the entire tumor or cancer removed by surgery, as many as 50 to 60% will develop a recurrence without further treatment. Chemotherapy is given to reduce this chance of recurrence. There is some controversy over whether or not patients with stage II disease should receive chemotherapy. Studies have not consistently shown a benefit in treating these patients or have shown only a very small benefit.

Drugs for Colon Diseases and Side Effects of Drugs:

Xeloda (side effects below)

  • an allergic reaction (shortness of breath; closing of your throat; difficulty breathing; swelling of your lips, face, or tongue; or hives);
  • diarrhea (more than 4 bowel movements each day or any diarrhea at night);
  • vomiting (more than once in 24 hours);
  • nausea or a loss of appetite (if the amount of food you eat each day is much less than usual or if you are only able to eat at certain times);
  • fever (temperature greater than 100.5 degrees) or other signs of infection;
  • tingling, numbness, pain, swelling, or redness of the hands and/or feet (hand-and-foot syndrome); or
  • pain, redness, swelling, or sores in or around the mouth.

Betaseron (side effects below)

  • Liver Damage;
  • Thyroid disorders;
  • Epilepsy or other seizure disorder;
  • a bleeding or blood-clotting disorder, such as hemophilia;
  • Anemia;
  • Depression or Suicidal Behavior.

These are only 2 of the medications and their side effects. 

As you can see the medical options provide little benefit to colon cancer and digestive diseases can hide themselves until it is to late.  That is why one of the tools in your arsenal for preventing colon cancer and helping indigestion, bloating, heart burn,

 

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