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Constipation - The Silent Killer May 11, 2015 13:35


The digestive system in humans is essentially a continuous pipeline from mouth to anus. As a system, it performs several critical functions, ranging from digestion to excretion, with each part of the pipeline performing a specific function. Our modern lifestyle has taken its toll on our digestive and excretion organs. Refined and highly processed food that has lost its natural nutrients and fiber, excessive animal fats, a lack of exercise, and an increasing stressful environment all contribute to our current gastrointestinal health crisis.


The most prevalent digestive diseases include:

  • Constipation and self-toxification
  • Crohn's disease
  • Colorectal cancer
  • Diverticular disease
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Polyps 

Additionally, many other diseases that would not appear to have any connection with the digestive tract are actually related to functional bowel disorder. These include diabetes, gallstones and kidney stones, gout, hypertension, varicose veins, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, and obesity. A sluggish bowel system can retain kilos of old toxic fecal matter (1 - 1.5 kilos is common, 4.5 - 9 kilos is not as unusual). With old toxic fecal matter building up in our colons forming a heavy layer of mucus coating, the capillaries surrounding the colon begin to pick up the toxins, poisons and noxious debris as it seeps through the bowel wall. This is the start of self-toxication and reabsorption of built-up toxic waste that leads to the onset of sickness and disease.

The important point to note is that the cleansing and repair of the systems in our body cannot begin until the colon is detox'ed so that toxic material will have a path out of the body. To maintain a healthy digestive system and aid in the detoxification of the colon especially for those that are suffering from chronic constipation, we highly recommend the all naturally produced Par Natural Maccha Plum to sooth and heal the body's digestive system.

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