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Written by Vice-Gov. Greg Sanchez Jr.   
Monday, 13 April 2009 13:28

Restoring/maintaining the body’s Ecological Balance

Maintaining or restoring the desired balance of good and bad bacteria within the body is the way to longevity. One of the recommended remedies to encourage strong colonies of friendly bacteria is to maintain a regular and adequate diet of fermented foods which contain the right strains of probiotic lactobacillus bacterium.

          Because, in credence to the profound research done by several experts in the world that Lactobacilli bacteria have the ability to normalize bowel function and prevent bowel ailments, help to digest food, inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria that can cause diseases, maintain ideal pH so that the alkaline minerals such as calcium and magnesium can be absorbed by the body boosting the immune system that defends the body against foreign invaders that may cause disease, such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. In addition, the health of the body is dependent on the immune system’s ability to recognize and then repel or destroy the invaders.

          Lactobacillus bacterium produces vitamins and minerals that suppress bad bacteria and strongly holds its capability in maintaining a good health. It creates vitamins such as B-complex that would help the body releases energy, promotes mental alertness, reduces levels of cholesterol in blood, and it has been used extensively in preventing and treating arteriosclerosis.

          Also, these bacteria normally produce vitamin K which is necessary mainly for the coagulation of blood, and proteins which are composed of units of about 20 different amino acids known as the standard, or alpha amino acids, they comprise alanine, arginine, asparagines, aspartic acid, cysteine, glutamic acid, glutamine, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalamine, praline, serine, theonine, tryptophan, tyrosine and valine.
   
Why Cleanse the Colon?
 
          A good cleansing program should always begin by removing the waste in your colon, the last portion of your food processing chain. If you attempt to clean your liver, blood, or lymph system without first addressing a waste filled colon, the excreted toxins may be recycled back into your body. One of the most frequent bowel problems that people experience today is constipation.
          Constipation is generally attributed to a low fiber diet and lack of sufficient water, which can cause our fecal matter to become condensed and compressed.
          A constipated system is one in which the transition or "transit time" of toxic wastes is slow and the consistency of the stool can cause strain (which over time may cause hemorrhoids, varicose veins, hiatal hernia, or other mechanically induced problems). The longer the transit time, the longer the toxic waste matter sits in our bowel which allows proteins to putrefy, fats to rancify, and carbohydrates to ferment.  

The person on a typical Western Diet holds 8 meals of undigested food and waste material in the colon, while the person on the high fiber diet holds only (3) three.  
          The longer your body is exposed to putrefying food in your intestines, the greater the risk of developing disease. Even with one bowel movement per day, you will still have at least three meals worth of waste matter putrefying in your colon at all times. On top of all of this, your system can also become continuously self-polluting by the poisonous gases that are caused by this stagnation in your bowel. These poisonous gases can enter your bloodstream, irritating your organs and joints. 
 

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