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Bowel Problems

  • Date : 10 Jan 2016

 Gut problems we see very often, their description, as well as ways to prevent, as much as possible.



It could be described as an inflammation of the colon causing diarrhea, gas and pain. If the problem is not corrected, it could become ulcerous. This is called Crohn's disease.

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They are caused by an overabundance of toxins accumulated in the colon. The gut swells under the pressure and small pockets full of toxins formed.


They form in the intestine, similar to teats and would be caused by irritation due to toxins and a wall of the small intestine.


It occurs when the intestine is opened because of the weakness of a wall; to this is added an excess of gas and toxins, which has the effect of poisoning the infected area. Peritonitis is often the result of an untreated appendicitis.



The intestine is a large consumer of silica and magnesium, especially.


SILICA RICH FOODS are rice bran, corn syrup, rice bran, oat straw tea, sprouted cereal grains, oat grain, sunflower seeds, seeds of golden flax, algae, herbal horsetail and nettle.


FOODS RICH IN MAGNESIUM are yellow vegetables in general: the yellow squash, yellow corn, valerian and St. John's wort. Add to that the soaked nuts, sprouted grains, wheat germ and Capra Mineral Whey (whey dehydrated goat).



Caffeine, chocolate, sugar and spices and wheat would consume with the greatest caution.




The intestinal flora is made up of friendly bacteria. It is this that completes the digestion by reducing the materials to their simplest form when foods arrive in the intestine. Blood then collects these materials digested up so that they are routed to the liver, making distribution to members according to the needs of the body.