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Intestines

The intestinal wall is a protective barrier that is coated with hundreds of different species of micro organisms, both helpful and unhelpful bacteria numbering in the billions.  This rich, protective coating of micro organisms act in concert with the physical barrier provided by the cells lining the intestinal tract  to provide the body with an important filter like protection.  Damaging substances like unhealthy bacteria, parasites, toxins, fungals, chemicals and wastes are filtered out and even eliminated.  Simultaneously, the critical factors needed for life, such as nutrients and water, are absorbed into circulation and made available to the billions of cells in the body that need them. "Unhealthy intestines are missing healthful bacteria and protective factors that allow for unhealthy bacteria, fungals, parasites and toxins to accumulate, damaging the intestinal wall and producing poor intestinal health with irregular bowel movements and leakage of toxic materials from the intestines into the body's lymph and bloodstream."

Dietary suggestions for achieving optimal Intestinal health: avoid excessive alcohol, sugars, refined pastries and cereals, processed foods with nitrites, fiber poor foods, antacids, non-steroidal anti- inflammatory pain relievers and antibiotics. A high stress lifestyle and poor diet contribute to intestinal breakdown known as "leaky gut syndrome" which contributes to intestinal dysfunction and deterioration. Eat a diet rich in unprocessed, nutritious foods, fiber, fresh fruits and vegetables. Drink plenty of purified water.  Supplement your diet with bioactive proteins (lactoperoxidase, lactoferrin) and globulin proteins that may support a balanced and helpful population of intestinal bacteria.  A must to add to your diet is (FOS) Fructooligosaccharides foods such as; bananas, barley, onions, garlic, artichokes, soybeans, asparagus, Brazilian nuts, seafood, wheat germ, rice bran, flax seed and leafy green vegetables as they all act as a food source to nourish healthful bacteria.

Vitamins that supplement a healthy Intestine:
Zinc, B complex, Ultra-D complex, Panthothenic acid, Selenium and an amino acid L-glutamine.

Herbal supplements for optimal Intestinal health: Helpful high quality bacterial products such as bifidobacteria with the strains of Lactobacillus acidophilus support healthy bacteria. Herbal supplements  Psyllium Husk, Triphala and Slippery Elm Bark facilitate the movement of debris, similar to the function of a broom, cleansing the intestinal wall. Gamma-oryzanol is a powerful antioxidant from rice bran oil that has an anti-inflammatory effect on the intestinal nervous system, great for IBS. Oregano extract inhibits enteric parasites and has an immunostimulatory effect on lymphocyte production. Methyleugenol, similar to nutmeg, has an anti-inflammatory effect and is used to treat fungal inflammation of the intestinal mucous membranes. Licorice root stimulates growth and regeneration of intestinal cells. Chlorella, Spirulina and Lithotaminium assist in eliminating toxic substances from the digestive system.

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