This may be the most taboo subject on the planet, more taboo than sex. Jokes about sex are readily told, but people don’t want to talk about the bowel. It is time, then, for me to lay it on the line. Yes, I know … you don’t want to hear it and would love to skip this section, but I’m sorry … it needs to be said.

Most people don’t know it, but almost all adults have between seven and fifteen kilos of faecal plaque sitting in their bowel year after year. That is, all who haven’t done an appropriate cleansing program … one that resulted in removing plaque similar to the photos below.

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When I say faecal plaque, I don’t mean the faeces that are ex- creted when you go to the toilet every day. Everyone knows what daily ‘poos’ looks like, yet most people have never seen long-term faecal plaque. It has the consistency of soft leather and the holding strength of bread dough. You can even swing it about a little without it breaking and dropping. It is nothing like normal faeces. It’s usually darker, yet the colour isn’t very important. If it is darker it may mean that it’s very old, perhaps decades … but not necessarily. In my cleansing systems it is collected in a sieve for viewing before it is flushed away. Daily faeces will pass through the sieve … long-term faecal plaque will stay behind.

Daily faeces don’t change to long- term plaque in a short time. It takes many months and in most cases years. Once you have seen this plaque, you will not want it in your body any longer. You will become aware of the toxicity in your bowel while it remains year after year and start to understand that the resulting bacteria can cause serious illness.

If we go out into the wild, we can see that the faeces of the animals there are shiny on the outside with all the segments visible, indicating that their bowel walls are clean and the faeces are sliding through unimpeded. But humans’ daily faeces look like they have been pushed through a sausage machine without the sausage skin, indicating an imperfect bowel with serious build-up.

How does this come about? We have normal lives, we eat normally like our ancestors did, why has it turned out like this?

In truth, we do not live like our ancestors. Ever since mills started polishing the outside husks of rice and wheat, most of us have been living on refined carbohydrates. In the old days in New Zealand wallpaper paste was made from refined flour, and in Asia adhesives are still made from polished rice. In short, they are sticky substances with no fiber to clean and maintain the bowel. They stick to the bowel wall like glue.

What happens when they adhere to the bowel? To find out, let’s understand what the bowel looks like.coloninside-good-colon-ldp

It is basically a pipe with muscles evenly spaced along it. As these muscles contract they squeeze and push the faeces through. The bowel of a wild animal will continue to work perfectly year after year. The food consumed, meat or vegetable, does not stick to the bowel wall. It slides through with the help of the peristaltic movement of the muscles.

The situation is very different if the food is refined carbohydrates. As the faeces pass through, they deposit a layer upon the bowel wall. With each successive bowel movement, more is deposited … day after day, week after week, year after year. As the build-up on the bowel wall increases, the space through which the faeces can pass becomes smaller. As we all know, the faeces must go through, and as they go through, the bowel has no choice but to stretch … and stretch it does. From my experience, this stretching can start to disfigure the bowel in children as young as eleven years old, leading to the gradual breakdown of peristaltic movement.

By the time a person reaches the age of about twenty, the bowel, instead of being a long pipe of consistent diameter, is divided into ballooned areas and long, thin, scraggly areas. In the ballooned areas the bowel has stretched widthwise and become like a bag. In the long, thin, scraggly areas it couldn’t stretch widthwise and instead stretched lengthwise.

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The bowel is made of an amazing substance. In the old days sausage skins were made from the bowels of animals. It was found that this substance could stretch and stretch without breaking, finally becoming paper thin. It is easy, then, to imagine how the bowel can be severely misshapen yet still manage to function, though sub optimally. Removing long-term faecal plaque will definitely enhance your health, and treatments for other conditions will become more effective. I believe no other health treatment can bring about as much improvement in ten days as a cleansing program like those described in links below, which combines herbs, diet and colonic irrigation.

It is strange that this information is hardly known, especially in New Zealand.

A herbal cleansing program combined with colonic irrigations and a specified diet can remove long-term plaque. There are many bowel cleansing kits available in health shops throughout the country, but very few of them do the job. Many people ring to tell me they have bought one and done a bowel cleansing program. But when I ask how many kilos of leather-type waste they got out, most don’t know what I’m talking about.

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