A Long-Lasting, Beneficial Cleanse
When taking Healthy Life Tea the objective is to regulate the patient’s bowel movements to two or three each day in order to keep the toxic waste flowing and not sitting in the digestive system for extended periods of time. Delaying the passing of this toxic fecal matter may lead to numerous health conditions caused by auto-intoxification (i.e. absorbing toxins, self-poisoning) and clogging the walls of the intestines and colon with hardened waste such as decaying vegetable matter and rotting meat – and all the bad bacteria, fungus, yeast, and parasite organisms which feed on it (some of which excrete their own poisons).
Cleaning out this fecal matter and intestinal parasites can help reverse many of the conditions listed above, which are often symptoms of auto-intoxification and/or parasite infestation – and can lead to shrinking a bloated belly and shedding excess pounds.
What would happen if the plumbing pipe in the home had their internal diameter narrowed by a build-up of mineral deposits, finally got clogged up, and then the toilet waste started to back up into your kitchen sink where you washed your food?
Something similar is happening in the digestive tract when the food you ingest is not moved quickly enough through your digestive tract. Ideally, our food should pass through the mouth, stomach, small intestine, large intestine (i.e. the colon), rectum, and out through the anus in about 11 to 15 hours, but in North Americans today it is taking 26 hours or more. To those suffering from constipation, it can take up to 70 hours (almost 3 days)! That provides a lot of time for toxins to be absorbed into the bloodstream from the decaying fecal matter in the small intestine and colon.
Is it just a coincidence that the incidence of gastrointestinal tract diseases and cancer has also increased dramatically since the time when grandparents of this generation were eating only healthy, unprocessed foods and unpasteurized dairy products from the farm – and digesting their food and eliminating the waste in about 15 hours?
The slow-moving fecal matter begins to stick to the walls of the small intestine and colon, and starts restricting the flow of waste as it builds up a layer of old feces, mucus, and dead cells. The vegetable and meat materials in that layer of stuck-on waste begin to ferment and rot and release foul-smelling gasses through the mouth and anus, while continuing to release poisonous toxins into vital organs, the bloodstream, and the rest of your body.
This mass of stuck-on decomposing material becomes food for an immense number of bad bacteria, yeast, fungus, and intestinal parasites like amoebae, flukes and worms to thrive within the body.
Yeast is a type of fungus organism, and a common yeast that thrives in the human body is Candida albicans, which lives by consuming sugars.
When the growth of yeast is NOT kept in check by the good probiotic bacteria and the yeast becomes too widespread, the body identifies it as a foreign invader and an immune response is triggered. The immune response can cause fatigue, weakness, feelings of malaise, and flu-like symptoms. When yeast ferments foods in the intestines and produces gas, it can cause indigestion and swelling of the belly. In the sinuses and nasal cavities, yeast can also cause swelling, as well as other allergy-like symptoms.
An excessive growth of yeast is caused by…
- Taking antibiotic drugs, which kill the bio-friendly bacteria that control yeast.
- Consuming too many foods that support yeast growth, such as sugar, vinegar, and pickled foods.
- Eating too much yeast in foods such as bread, baked goods, or beer.
- Inhaling other fungus spores from mildew or mold.
The average person in North America now has the proper ratio of “good bacteria” to fungus reversed – 15 per cent good bacteria and 85 per cent fungus and yeast!
When these tiny troublemakers spread in the small intestine and fill it with fungus and yeast organisms, the result is incomplete digestion and poor assimilation of important nutrients. The organs and glands are deprived of their nutritional building blocks, and normal systems begin to fail.
Also, when a pernicious yeast like Candida albicans is given room to spread, it sometimes spreads to other parts of the body. Systemic yeast infections are quite common today, and difficult to cure.
Cleaning out an overgrowth of yeast in the body could contribute to the elimination of most of the ailments caused by the yeast.