has become a chronic, everyday problem for the majority of Americans
these days, and being constipated regularly will lead to a wide variety
of other health problems, diseases and conditions in your body.
with a healthy colon will have an easy bowel movement at least twice
each day. Usually the first one occurs without about an hour of waking
up in the morning, and the movement is very easy. There is no straining
or waiting for things to happen.
bowel movement also releases a lot of solid waste material at once.
When your colon is healthy for instance, that first of the morning
bowel movement is generally three to five feet long.
do not have a bowel movement at least twice each day minimum, you're
constipated. Likewise if you do not eliminate several feet of waste
material at once, you're constipated. If you have to sit on the toilet
and wait for your bowels to move - or worse, you sit on the toilet
and strain hard for your bowels to move - you're constipated.
you're constipated, there can be any number of other physical things
wrong with you.
is the primary method the human body uses to get rid of toxic materials,
bacteria, and wastes. That colon is over five feet long though, and
it touches every area of our body through nerve endings. So if waste
materials are backed up inside your colon - a.k.a. you're constipated
- this can cause you to be sick, generally not feeling well, or have
any number of so called syndromes and conditions which are so common
in society today.
is where solid waste material ends up in our body, and the colon's
job is to keep that waste material moving until it is expelled through
a bowel movement. The liver however, is what actually starts the waste
creation process. The liver filters and processes our blood, removes
the toxins and bacteria that is harmful to use, and creates bile from
the filtered materials. That bile is then sent on through to the colon
the colon is backed up however, the liver is not able to do it's job
as efficiently, because it has no place to send the waste material
it's creating. So it must wait until the colon clears before it can
continue doing it's job. And that's the first problem, because when
the liver is not able to filter toxins from our body, we start getting
problem though, occurs within the colon itself. When you're constipated,
that waste material is just sitting there in the colon, and it's leaking
the toxins and poisons back into your body through the thin colon
walls. Essentially, the waste material is slowly poisoning your body,
and that's the second reason we start getting sick.
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