Digestion is what happens between
what you put in your mouth and when you eliminate the
We typically think of digestion as being what happens in your
gut. But really, it is all the processes that occur between
your teeth, each cell in your body, and only finally, at the other
end of your body.
Digestion in the ONE, MOST
IMPORTANT thing your body does for you. If you don’t digest,
you ain’t gonna be around for too long. How much time do any
of us give to our digestions? For most of us, not much at
So what can go wrong. Lots. Here’s just a
Where does your
food come from?
poisons / pesticides/herbicides have been used in production?
Obesity, Diabetes, Parkinsonism are just three illnesses that
now being thought to be caused by pesticides.
it picked ripe or un-ripe?
old is it? Many foods are kept in cold store for
several months BEFORE they get to the super market.
it been handled hygienically between producer and you?
much processing has it gone through?
it real food? Or processed food with most of the nutrition
stripped out of it?
it real food? Oor something dreamt up in a laboratory?
Did you know that Monsanto hid evidence that GM foods caused
liver and kidney damage in experimental animals within three months
of consuming GM foods?
Did you know that Round-up actually denatures the soil and
causes it to become increasingly infertile and
non-productive? Dr G was always told that
Round-up breaks down on coming in contact with soil. But Dr G
was always a skeptic. Now the research has proven him to be
right – once again.
2. How do you eat your
90% of your digestion occurs in your mouth.
So do you take your time chewing your food?
Are your teeth healthy or do your sick gums contaminate your
food before it gets to your stomach?
Do you enjoy your food? Or do you bring your problems to
the table? Do you watch nasty things like the news while you
3. Are you digesting or
are you in fact fermenting or even rotting in your guts?
If you fart, get bloated, have irregular stools, you are most
certainly not digesting.
4. Do you have food
All inflammatory processes cause your gut lining not to work
5. Do you have good acid in
your stomach? Or do you take various acid inhibitors and
antacids before you eat? You need acid to digest the most
important part of your food – PROTEINS.
6. Do you have good enzymes in your small intestine?
7. Do you have nice useful bacterea in your intestines?
Or do you have parasites, pathogenic bugs, worms, etc?
8. Do you have
mal-absorption? Do you have coeliac syndrome? Coeliac
Disorder is a spectrum disorder, ranging from mild wheat
intolerance to full blown Coeliac Syndrome(CS). CS can
manifest as arthritis, cancer, dementia, just to name a few
illnesses. Often it does not show up as a gut
complaint. Often you may have no gut biopsy changes nor blood
evidence of CS. Just to make life interesting.
9. Are you poohing
properly? You should have a completely satisfying
poo, at least once a day. Twice is better.
10. Have you been taking
antibiotics? What about the antibiotics that
farmers give to the animal? Farmers and Vets are the biggest
abusers of antibiotics. But the doctors get the balme.
11. Do you have an
“irritable bowel syndrome” (IBS)? You know that
your gut is “irritable”. But what caused it?
Most doctors and all gastro-enterologists choose not to
70% of your immune system is just
one cell distance from the most dangerous environment you can think
of – the contents of your gut.
Your immune system has to be able to distinguish between food
elements and poisons, all in the space of milli-seconds. It
has to decide what to do and carry out its function smoothly and
with minimum inconvenience to you. Smart, isn’t it?
Did you know that there are more
brain cells in your gut than there are in your brain? Now
that adds a whole new dimension to the concept of "gut
Your entire existence is dependant on your gut and its ability
Maybe it’s time to be a little bit more considerate with
Question: Why does everything do with health have to be so
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