Sterile Gut

We have a problem: in the old days we used to pull a carrot from the ground, swish it under some running water or in a bucket, and started eating. On the surface of that carrot there would still be a rich coating of Soil Based Organisms. Today the carrots are washed and scrubbed in chlorinated water that removes all living creatures, and to make sure it is all really dead we refrigerate the package for weeks or even months. Not like in the old days when the carrots were stuck in some wet sand in the root cellar, unwashed.

The result is Sterile Gut. You and your children do not need more chlorinated spray to Kill All Germs, instead you need to let them Eat Some Dirt. The best example of how this plays out is when you show up in Mexico or some other less sterile terrain. The locals are coping just fine, but you are suffering from the Montezuma’s Revenge.

Other than not eating enough soil based organisms, intestinal health is most commonly undermined by:

  1. Antibiotic usage
  2. Excessive Sugar Consumption
  3. Stress
  4. Drinking Chlorinated Water
  5. Long term diet of Acid Foods

When the ecology of the human gastrointestinal tract becomes disrupted, beneficial microorganisms can no longer flourish in numbers necessary for proper balance. Harmful toxin producing bacteria and fungi begin to take over, changing the ecology of the gastrointestinal tract.

Medical researchers have recently revealed that the #1 health complaint received by doctors worldwide is poor digestion, malabsorption and constipation, quickly followed by complaints of tiredness, lack of energy, slow recovery, etc.

Do not use laxatives to relieve constipation. When intestinal flora is out of balance, problems can quickly evolve beyond gas and bloating. Energy is radically reduced and the immune system is radically compromised. Along with the cases of chronic indigestion, the cases of chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, chronic muscle pain, candidiasis, arthritis, colon cancer and poor immune response are becoming more common.

We offer effective solutions to repopulate your digestive system. They include fulvic and humic acids as well as the intestinal floraBody Biotics and StrataFlora that can be aided and amplified by Xtrapure Lecithin, because it can help smooth out the rough moments you could experience. And remember to add plenty of fiber raw fruit and vegetables are a great start.

Author: Martin Pytela