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In this article, I will provide you with information that I have excerpted from a book written by Dennis and Bekki Medsker — information in which you may use to improve the quality of your health without the use of drugs, surgery, or radiation. This article, by no means, constitutes medical advice or treatment. We do not assume responsibility for the way you choose to treat yourself. It is our hope that by presenting this information to you, you will become familiar with techniques, methodologies, and other procedures that are available as alternatives to conventional treatments (Medsker and Medsker, 2006).
Never before, in the history of our planet has there been such an overwhelming volume of toxic materials dumped on us via air, water, and food supply, as it is today. Reports have shown that the earth is 1000 times more toxic than it was just back in the 1950s. In order for us to survive in this environment, we must learn how to offset the damaging effects of these toxins (Medsker and Medsker, 2006), so, let’s look at some contributing factors of the toxins in our environment that eventually create digestive tract problems, disease, and other health conditions, such as colon cancer. Afterwards, we will look at alternative options that may very well reverse these conditions.
A lot of the water we consume contain toxins – According to waterandhealth.org, as of 2000, 30% of waterborne disease outbreaks were from undetermined sources, 21% percentage of outbreaks came from parasitic protozoa, 18% from bacteria, 16% from chemicals, and 6% from viruses. In one year, there were 155 outbreaks and nearly 432,000 individual reported cases of illness here in the U.S. alone. USA Today reported back in 1993 that chlorine products found in public water supply systems may have caused 10,700 cases of rectal and bladder cancer per year (Medsker and Medsker, 2006).
The Center of Disease Control estimated that 76 million Americans get sick each year from foodborne illnesses, more than 300,000 are hospitalized, and 5,000 actually die from it (Medsker and Medsker, 2006).
Processed foods now dominate the shelves in our grocery stores. Rows and rows of cans, bags, boxes, and jars are filled with highly processed and low fiber foods. Nutrition gets stripped from foods as they are prepared for grocery stores, then preservatives are added to keep them fresh. Some snacks have a shelf life of 17 years, due to preservatives (Medsker and Medsker, 2006). By the time we actually consume these foods, they are of very little nutritional value to us.
Research has shown that regular intakes of processed foods and carbohydrates into the diet, increases the transit time of bowel movement and stimulates the process of putrefaction (producing toxins) in the colon (Medsker and Medsker, 2006). The fewer bowel movements you have, the greater your chances are at getting constipated. Constipated (clogged) colons can lead to frequent headaches and migraines, while inflamed and toxic colons can cause lower back pain.
Moreover, the lesser bowel movements you have, the easier it will be for toxins to build in your colon, creating the potential colon cancer and other ailments or health conditions. These potentials can be avoided by simply understanding the process of disease and what can be done to “prevent it from happening to you” (Medsker and Medsker, 2006).
There are two fundamental steps in the body’s healing process. Step one involves the elimination of damaged tissue, debris, and toxic materials. The second step involves the repair and regeneration of injured and healthy body tissue. When step one is slowed or does not happen at all, the healing process comes to a halt and the process of disease begins.
As toxic levels build up in the colon, individuals will first notice that it takes longer to heal. The healing time is increased in proportion to the toxicity of the colon. The toxicity level of the rest of the body will rise in proportion to the toxic level of the colon. As this condition occurs, individuals will notice a lower level of general health and well being, followed by an onset of illness or disease.
When toxic matter and other colonic plaque is not properly flushed from the colon, residue gets absorb back into the body, causing sever, very noticeable problems such as:
At this point, most people go to the doctor and come home with one or more prescription drugs, which are some of the most toxic materials on the planet and are not designed to address the underlying problem. Drugs are designed to stop symptoms such as pain and create a false sense that all is well. All the while, drugs actually dump more toxins into an already toxin-impaired body and slows the healing process even more. Pharmaceutical companies will not tell you this (Medsker and Medsker, 2006).
Most of us have a daily routine that includes taking baths, showering, brushing our teeth and hair, and putting on clothes. We would not consider going several days without these routines, let alone weeks, months, or even years. Still yet, many of us do not recognize the need for internal cleansing. Internal cleansing is imperative to rid our bodies of the toxins that eventually lead to disease and disorders.
The best way to reduce the risk of disease and colon cancer is to eat more foods that achieve proper bowel movement and periodically detoxify with colon hydrotherapy. Colon hydrotherapy is the gentle fusion of filtered water into the large intestines that helps soften and removes waste material, gas, mucous, mucoid by-products, plaque, and toxic compounds from the colon. As a result, you will accomplish a cleaner, healthier colon that, in return, will help improve your overall health and well-being (Medsker and Medsker, 2006).
Think about it. Would you like to live a long, healthy life that is disease free? Would you like to be off the conventional medicines that are nothing more than the toxins which have already invaded your health and has you sick and constipated in the first place? If yes, then you should call our clinic today and take the first step towards turning your health, and ultimately, your life around. (843)-692-9243
Medsker, L. D and Medsker, B. (2006). Digestive Tract, What You Need to Know, A Guide to Natural and Holistic Health Care. Quinby, SC: Medsker Publishing Company
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