Gut Health

A Clean Colon: the Key to Health

Did you know the average American may be carrying as much as 10-25 pounds of impacted fecal matter in their colon? And that is someone of normal weight with no known allergies! These toxins wedged in the digestive track are absorbed by the bloodstream, resulting in the body’s inability to metabolize food properly or to provide vital energy for living.

There is a surprisingly wide range of health problems that colon toxicity contributes to, many that a lot of us experience everyday, including: bloating, constipation, gas, fatigue, food cravings, hypoglycemia, allergies, arthritis, difficultly losing weight, among many others.

A healthy colon should provide you with two to three bowel movements per day, shortly after each meal. Elimination should be complete, fast and easy. The stool should be light brown in color, long and large in diameter, fluffy in texture, and floating on the top of the water. Yes, floating!

Take care of your colon and your colon will take care of you!

Gut Health

Stomach Acid & Arthritis

Here’s a very interesting video about how stomach acid affects your overall health and inflammation in the body and intestines.

An interview about Stomach Acid and Rheumatoid arthritis with Dr. Richard Matthews …