One of the first and most important steps towards health recovery and/or maintenance is to undergo a digestive cleanse.
Most of us have undigested deposits in our intestines, some of which will have been stuck in our systems for decades. These deposits can account for up to 15kg of our body weight, They look like black, hard rubber or sometimes even stone. Deposits occur when the normal breakdown and digestion of nutritional intake is impaired, which can lead to:
1. a reduction in the effective movement (peristalsis) of food through our intestines and increased risk of diarrhoea, constipation and irritable bowel syndrome
2. the digestive system becoming an ideal breeding ground for parasites and worms
2. inflammation throughout the body with associated symptoms such as chronic aches, sudden pains and reduction of flexibility
4. a decrease in our ability to gain essential nutrients from our food with wide ranging consequences for our physical, emotional and mental health. „70% of today’s illnesses are classified as „dietary related““. (A. Jopp, 2018)