It’s actually normal by nature, to experience the urge to go within 30 minutes of having a main meal.
Most people believe if they visit the bathroom once a day for No 2, it’s all good.
Some may turn up at our clinic for a colonic, because their regular bowel movement per week did not happened for 3 weeks. Others get concerned if they have the urge to go to the toilet after each meal.
You know what??? It’s absolutely okay to go to the toilet after each meal.
The stomach, followed by the liver should start the peristaltic waves, which moves ingested food down the track, causing the valve between the small and large intestine to open, initiating the urge to release. This normal process of elimination is a well-designed and functional system, if we assist it correctly!
However, the sad truth is our modern sedentary lifestyle and restricted choices, has prevented us from releasing our waste after every meal. This failure to release waste from our large intestine results in a pile up and compression of waste.
It is only logical that if a something enters into a tube, something should exit at the other end of the tube.
The large intestine is more compressed and harder to move if it is:
I suggest you do a priority check, and list what is more important!
It is a well-researched finding that “all diseases starts in the gut”!
This page would not be enough to list what can go wrong and have gone wrong if you do not empty your ‘rubbish-bin’!
Would you leave your kitchen-waste in a 36+ heat, more then a day, laying around, never mind for days and watch how it rots and get infested by parasites?
No difference in the gut!
Here is the scientific study on pooh, pick and choose which one you have and wish to have.
As you may have guessed!
Stools should glide through and out smoothly with no discomfort. When you sit down to release your bowel, there should not be any delay. In fact, you should not have much time for reading at all.
All pooh should float not sink and should not be seen emerging from the water.
Sinking poo – Indicates too much starchy food.
Surfacing poo - Indicates undigested fat in your waste, which is a digestive disorder (liver, gallbladder, pancreatic enzymes) or too much fat or meat eaten, without necessary fibres.
How to fix it?
If you fit into the Type 1-3 category you have a form of Constipation.
Causes of Constipation
Tips to Prevent Constipation
Remove Compacted Waste
The most advanced procedure is colon irrigation (colonics), but one colonic won’t fix the problem. To clean the full length of the colon (as long as your height) and reactivate natural functions, you need at least 4-6 colonics (not more than one week apart or less) and the number of colonics depend on the level of compaction, bowel muscle tone and the level of yeast overgrowth.
In our clinic we use oxygenated water, coffee and oil infusion (when needed), massage on colon to support elimination and infused ozonized coconut oil, at the end of each session to target yeast and other harmful parasites. Between colonics we suggest the use of a specific Probiotic strain (S/Boulardi) to protect the colon from harmful yeast activities. To maintain the gut flora after the needed colonic sessions, we suggest the use of another Probiotic (UF Restore), which helps rebuild beneficial bacteria flora.
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