Dr. William Hunter said, “The colon is the sewer system of the body, but with neglect and abuse, it becomes a cesspool of toxins that spill over into the body.” Learn more how to gain and maintain the health of you colon..
“Toxic substances produced in the bowels can have damaging health effects.” – University of San Francisco –
“There are over 50 million physicians’ office visits yearly due to digestive complaints.” – National Institutes of Health –
Find out from this well researched video what to do to improve and maintain a healthy digestive system.
A painful condition called Crohn’s Disease sometimes causes life-threatening complications. Digestive disorders are on the rise, due to the standard American diet and the toxic foods people eat every day. Those diagnosed with Crohn’s are told there’s no cure, or you have to be on medication for the rest of your life. But there are other options. Here’s Dr. Cindy Howard with a few insights about Crohn’s Disease.
Take a minute with me and let the amazement of how your body works inspire you. You may have heard me quote the phrase that we are fearfully and wonderfully made. It’s true, and the lowly colon is no exception. The biochemistry that takes place in the colon is, well stunning. Let’s look at how we can keep the colon healthy and free of disease.
Inflammation is the new buzzword in the medical world because in recent years we’re understanding how inflammation can be a catalyst of many chronic diseases. So, what causes inflammation? Well, one of the causes of inflammation is infection. One particular infection that’s very contagious and prominent throughout the world is H. pylori. H. pylori is a bacterium found in the stomach. About 60% of those who are over 60 years of age are infected with this bacterium.