Colitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, constipation, colon cancer, and stomach pain are all disorders that are more common than most of us would think. Intestinal disorders and colon problems are among the most disregarded health problems today. 200 million people suffer from constipation and do not have the suggested typical daily bowel movements because of the poor diets. By the time an average American reaches the age of 30 years old, he or she has between 10 to 12 pounds of hard fecal matter in their bowel.
The intestinal tract is made up of the small intestine which is attached to the stomach. It then moves into the large intestine and finally the colon. Anything we eat has to be properly digested and then find its way through an approximately 30 foot long intestinal lining which finally exits our system as a bowel movement. Common sense would lead us to regard the intestinal tract as the most important part of our body to keep clean.
Most intestinal disorders are cause by an inflamed digestive track or build up of plaque on the intestinal wall. After the food we eat leaves our stomach to the digestive track, it breaks down into smaller particles and then ultimately into the vitamins, minerals and nutrients that we need to survive. Similar to how our body’s arteries will develop plaque over time from high cholesterol, our intestinal track will develop a hard coating as we age or subject ourselves to years of eating unhealthy foods. When this coating adheres to the walls of the digestive track it is difficult for the body to absorb the proper nutrition that it needs into the bloodstream. The remainder of the body’s organs and tissues are fed through the blood. This is why it is essential to keep a clean intestinal track and promote regular bowel movements.
In 1970, British physician, Dennis Burkitt, observed that a high-fiber diet reduces diseases of the digestive tract. He observed that in countries where diets are high in fiber (plant based diets), there were fewer cases of colon cancer. The U.S. and other Western nations whose diets are based upon animal products have the highest rates of colon cancer.
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