Keeping the Small and Large Intestines Clean and Functioning Optimally
There is absolutely nothing more important for your health than the cleanliness of the small and large intestines.
The intestines include the small intestines and colon (large intestines). While the stomach breaks food down into smaller particles of food, it is primarily the small intestines that allow food to be sent to the blood stream to nourish the body.
Large Intestines: The 7 feet of the colon are like afterburners in a jet. In the colon, beneficial bacteria create additional nutrients (especially B-vitamins) and send them into the bloodstream.
Parasites, Harmful Bacteria and Fungi in the Intestines are Major Problems
Allowing harmful microorganisms to colonize the intestines is a major health mistake. These invaders damage us in two ways:
Allowing mucoidal gel (from 1/64 inch to 1/8th inch of undigested proteinous matter) to stick inside the intestines permanently is a also a health problem. This gel interferes with the assimilation of nutrients and provide a home for parasites, fungi and harmful bacteria.Fiber in the diet greatly helps prevent this.
An extremely important health practice is to make sure that your intestines are clean as depicted via the simple cartoon picture on the right (these pictures depict the villi in the small intestines where nutrients are absorbed):
Two Component Plan for Keeping Your Intestinal System Operating Cleanly and Efficiently
The following three intestinal maintenance routines are highly advisable to keep your intestinal systems in good shape.