New Year... New You - From The Inside Out
You Regularly Clean Your Skin, Hair And Teeth... But When Was The Last Time You
Cleaned Your Colon, Kidneys, Heart, Lungs, Liver And Bloodstream?
The colon is the solid-waste management organ in the body. The kidneys are the
water management organs. The kidneys are responsible for keeping the chemistry
of the blood alkaline by filtering out the dissolved acid wastes. The liver is
the recycling center of the body. The liver sorts out toxins and sends them to
the appropriate organ for elimination. If the principal elimination organs are
backed up, the liver will redirect the toxins as best it can. The lungs are the
bloods air purifier. They introduce oxygen directly into the bloodstream and,
at the same time, remove waste gasses that are produced in every cell in the
body. The lymph glands are the major garbage arteries in the body. The
intricate network of tubing is the one that carries the bulk of waste from the
cells of the body to the final elimination organs. Major lymphatic glands are
the appendix, spleen, thymus, and tonsils. The skin is the elimination organ
with the largest surface area. In addition to regulating temperature and body
moisture content, the skin often functions as a backup for the other
elimination organs. If the colon is clogged, for example, toxins may try to
escape through skin rashes, acne, and other skin disorders.
What Is Internal Cleansing and Why Is It Important?
Internal cleansing is the key to optimum health. It improves energy levels,
digestion, elimination, and much more. But,most people confuse internal
cleansing with fasting. Internal cleansing is accomplished through a two-part
formula called Ultimate Cleanse, created by Dr. Lindsey Duncan, N.D.,C.N. for Nature's Secret. Ultimate Cleanse
contains a combination of 51 herbs and fibers to help your body detoxify all
five channels of elimination (bowel,kidneys,lungs,skin and lymphatic system),
as well as other organs, the bloodstream, cells, and tissues. Internal
cleansing is achieved without fasting.
To fully understand the importance of internal cleansing we must first realize
that every tissue in the body is fed by the bloodstream. The bloodstream is
supplied by the bowel. When the bowel is dirty, the blood is dirty, and so are
the organs and tissues. It is the bowel that must be cared for first. When you
discover the benefits of internal cleansing and understand the positive changes
that can be brought into your body, internal detoxification will become a
passionate part of your life.
Many experts claim that the bowel is the hub of the human body. They also claim
that toxic build-up in the bowel is a precursor to various types of health
issues. Dr. Bernard Jensen, nutritionist, lecturer, and author of over 30 books
on natural health care, states: "This line of thinking has been disputed by
some members of the medical profession, yet the amazing facts supporting these
ideas are undeniable."
Where Are Your Meals Hiding?
Proper bowel function entails having 2 to 3 good (soft but solid) bowel
movements per day. Most people are not aware of this, and go through their
daily lives eliminating once a day, once every other day, or less. Ask yourself
this question on a daily basis: If we eat three meals a day and only eliminate
once a day, where are the other 2 meals hiding? The belief in the importance of
eliminating 2 to 3 times a day can be validated by using an infant as an
example. Ask any mother for further proof-A baby will eat and immediately
eliminate. Their new digestive systems have not had time to develop
malabsorption problems caused by improper diet, environmental toxins, and
stress. Faulty digestion and elimination develop in an individual through years
of improper lifestyle and dietary habits.
When we are not eliminating properly, wastes may not be expelled for days,
weeks, months, or even, years. Auto-intoxication (self-poisoning) may result as
waste and toxins back up in the colon. This occurs when the bowel walls become
encrusted with uneliminated fecal matter, hampering the absorption of vital
nutrients and providing a breeding ground for unhealthy bacteria. Blood
capillaries lining the bowel wall begin to absorb these toxins into the
bloodstream, consequently polluting all of our organs and cells. What would
happen if we didn't empty our garbage cans for months and we kept on throwing
more and more food on top of the old? Wouldn't all of our homes start smelling
like a garbage dump? The same thing happens with a sluggish, clogged colon. The
toxic wastes have nowhere to go, so they build up in the bowel. These poisons
eventually seep into every cell in the body, setting the stage for "disease".
This auto-intoxication lowers are overall feeling of health and vitality. We
start to blame other factors such as aging on why we experience a lack of
vitality. The true fact is that age has nothing to do with this depletion of
energy and less than optimal health. Ninety percent of the time, these
complaints can be alleviated through internal cleansing techniques.
Obvious Symptoms Of An Unhealthy Digestive Tract:
• Poor Digestion • Fatigue • Lower Backache • Bad Breath • Stiff Joints
• Stomach Bloat • Poor Skin • Body Odor • Poor Elimination • Gas
The 8 Most Common Causes Of Toxicity
Poor Elimination... The colon is your body's sewage system. If your sewage system backs up,
toxins become trapped in your colon. These toxins are fermenting and decaying
in the colon, often being re-absorbed into the bloodstream, polluting our
tissues and cells.
Poor Diet... Poor diet includes dead, cooked, devitalized, clogging, low fiber or fried
foods, etc. This type of diet sets the stage for intestinal problems. These
foods, unlike live foods (fresh fruits and vegetables), lack the proper enzymes
to assist in proper digestion and assimilation, and lack the fiber or bulk to
assist in proper elimination. They are also lacking in essential vitamins,
minerals, and other basic nutrients.
Over Consumption... Over-eating puts a great amount of stress on our digestive system. The body
must produce hydrochloric acid, pancreatic enzymes, bile, and other digestive
factors to process a meal. When we over-eat, the digestive system cannot always
meet the demands placed upon it. The stomach bloats as the digestive system
goes into turmoil. Foods are not properly broken down and tend to lodge in the
lower intestines. Vital nutrients are not absorbed.
Lack Of Water...Water makes up 65 to 75% of the human body. It is second only to oxygen in
order of importance to sustain life. Water cleanses the inside of the body as
well as the outside. It is instrumental in flushing out wastes and toxins. When
the body is not receiving enough water, toxins tend to stagnate and hinder all
digestive and eliminative processes. Drinking 8-10 glasses of water each day is
Stress... Stress affects every cell and tissue in the human body by breaking down the
immune system and all the major organs. It robs the body of important vitamins
and minerals, and over time, can cause severe acid build-up. Stress hinders the
proper digestion, absorption, and elimination of foods by throwing the
digestive system out of balance.The worst thing a person can do is to eat a
meal while experiencing extreme stress. Nutrients will not be absorbed.
Antibiotics... Antibiotics have a damaging affect on the intestines. Their prescribed
purpose is to eliminate the healthy, necessary, good bacteria! They strip the
colon of ALL intestinal flora. This puts the digestive and eliminative systems
out of balance, creating problems in the colon, as well as the entire
Lack Of Exercise... Exercise strengthens the entire body. It stimulates the circulatory and
lymphatic system, building muscles, nerves, blood, glands, lungs, heart, brain,
mind, and mood. Blood is pumped throughout the body by the heart, but lymphatic
fluid depends solely on exercise to be circulated. Lack of exercise lowers
metabolic efficiency, and without circulatory stimulation, the body's natural
cleansing systems are weakened.
Eating Late At Night... The human body uses sleep to repair, rebuild, and restore itself. In
essence, the body uses the sleeping hours to cleanse and build. When a person
goes to sleep with a full stomach, the body is not a rest because it is
actually busy digesting and processing a large amount of food. This inhibits
the vital cleansing, building, and restorative processes that normally occur
while one is asleep.
Perfect dietary and lifestyle habits, stress management, and a proper exercise
program cannot be incorporated into a person's daily regime overnight, but an
increased awareness of these health tools and their positive benefits will
serve many individuals for the rest of their lives.
reprinted from the Nature's Secret Nutritional Newsletter-Health Through
Cleanse without fasting... Ultimate Cleanse from Nature's Secret is an all
natural and clinically researched formula based on 30,000+ hours of nutritional
expertise . A 2-part program (Multi-Herb & Multi-Fiber) that offers results you begin to see and feel in just one week.
Helps your body detoxify all 5 channels of elimination (the bowel, lungs,
kidneys, skin, and lymphatic system) as well as your organs, cells,
bloodstream, and tissues.