In the Gut

Managing toxins from within
If you find yourself constantly fatigued, it’s probably time to check on the community in your gut. At 26-feet long, your digestive track is a bacterial wonderland! 2.5 pounds of microorganisms, 400 species and a total of 10 trillion bacteria inside you churning out chemicals and toxins which affect how your body works.

 

Constipation has been discovered to have a strong correlation to Parkinson’s disease because of the toxins in the gut poisoning the brain. That’s why it’s so important to defecate every day. Throughout my practice as a doctor, I’ve met folks who pooh only once a week! If the by-products in your gut is not eliminated, your body automatically recycles its waste, leaving you feeling ill, bloated and constipated.

 

A sick gut causes:

 

  • Frequent headaches
  • Bloating and indigestion
  • Bitter or sour tastes in the mouth
  • Bad breath
  • Low energy levels and easy fatigue
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Urban malnourishment
  • Pellet-like and smelly stools
  • High cholesterol
  • A sluggish liver
  • Depression
  • Overgrowth of yeast infectio

 

In his book entitled “The Prolongation of Life”, Dr Elie Metchnikoff (MD) mentions that natural human death is mainly caused by body toxicity which makes the body more susceptible to disease.

 

In a healthy gut ecosystem, good symbiotic bacteria outnumber bad (pathogenic ) bacteria. The good guys in your gut help your body’s natural detox system function better to clean out your insides.  These micro fighters stimulate the production of the cytochrome P450 3A11 enzyme, critical for drug-detoxification as we are constantly exposed to chemicals in food, cosmetics  and environment .

 

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For Better Health,
Dr Nor

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