Words of the Wise

“Whenever you have truth it must be given with love, or the message and the messenger will be rejected.”
— Mahatma Ghandi

“For now we have the proof that it is steady silent accumulation over lifetime that produces most diseases.”
— Detoxify or Die by Sherry A. Rogers, M.D.

“Health is a matter of choice, not a mystery of chance.”
— Aristotle

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Post-Cleansing: Intestinal Health Care after Cleansing

1. After getting rid of mucoid-plaque, the recommendation is to repair the intestinal walls. This will be an individual process. If you are dealing with leaky gut, candida, ulcers, colitis, diverticulitis, crohn’s disease, IBS, or any other bowel related problem, repair or treatment will vary based on your particular issue. I suggest consulting with your Health Care Provider to discuss your program.

2. For general intestinal health, the following nutrients are helpful in maintaining healthy intestines:

Glutamine: Intestinal mucosa, digestion and metabolic function of the intestines are completely dependent upon glutamine. Any intestinal inflammation, including leaky gut syndrome and ulcers, is usually associated with glutamine deficiency. Glutamine is essential for kidney function to control PH balance, eliminate excess acid and to assist in the preservation one’s electrolyte balance.

High Fiber: Fiber is critical for optimal function of the Gastro Intestinal tract. Fiber maintains normal colon function. One should consume a minimum of 25 grams of fiber daily. Recommended fiber sources are flax seed, chia seed, salba, rice bran, and sometimes psyllium.

Probiotics: Probiotics, which literally mean “for life”, help to digest food and make many of our vitamins (especially B vitamins and vitamin K). They produce antibiotics to kill pathogenic bacteria, make short chain fatty acids to help promote mineral absorption and prevent colon cancer.

Oil: One should take Essential Fatty Acids daily to lubricate the digestive tract. A combination of fish oil and flaxseed oil (Omega-3) is helpful in reducing inflammation of the GI tract. If one has a problem with the absorption of oil, take a lipase enzyme to assist digesting fats.

Enzyme: Since there are many different enzyme combinations, it will depend on one’s body condition for the right formula. Enzymes can help not only with the digestion of food, but they can help to eliminate candida, parasites, fibroids and undigested and unprocessed toxins in the body.

Exercise: Most of us know the benefits of exercise. Exercise improves circulation and organ function, releases the natural pharmacy within, increases metabolism and releases endorphins, etc. If one seeks to improve digestive and bowel function, exercise will be just as important as any of these other nutrients.

Water: One should drink 5 – 9 glasses of water daily, depending on body size and constitution.