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Why Most People Have Trouble Losing Weight And Improving Their Health ...

"It's not your fault!" proclaims Jim Caras, author of the weight loss and corrective health book, How to Completely Reshape You

Why Most People Have Trouble Losing Weight And Improving Their Health ...

"It's not your fault!" proclaims Jim Caras, author of the weight loss and corrective health book, How to Completely Reshape Your Body! "Most people unknowingly and ineffectively end up using extreme diets, rigorous exercise programs, harmful stimulants, diuretics, laxatives and prescription drugs to find relief from overweight conditions and other common health problems like bloating. They just have never been told that one of the underlying reasons for being overweight and having nagging health problems is the formation and build-up of intestinal toxins."



Caras continues,

"Once we truly understand that the single greatest challenge our body faces is the effective removal of wastes and toxins, we will never again underestimate the importance of cleansing and proper elimination. For these reasons, I frequently counsel that all my clients consider taking a quality colon cleansing formula to help prevent the formation and aid in the removal of intestinal toxins ..."

"For those wanting to lose weight and shape their body, this is absolutely crucial as it creates the environment for more rapid and successful results. It will also help to flatten the waistline and eliminate bloating in most cases."



The "First Step" To Optimal Health

Those starting or who are currently on any weight loss, body shaping or anti-aging program should consider cleansing as the first step. Colon cleansing is one of the most important steps--and usually the most overlooked--when attempting to lose weight, shape the body, flatten the waistline, improve the immune, digestive and elimination systems, help certain health problems, and achieve optimum health.


... Caused By Everyday Living?


Every day when we eat foods, drink water (including bottled) and breathe air, we are exposed to and ingest preservatives, toxins, chemicals, and pollutants. They are everywhere, and no matter how careful we are with our diet and lifestyles, we cannot avoid them.

A frightening fact is that most people do not realize that the typical, everyday foods and beverages that we consume cause our bodies the most problems. These are processed foods like bread, pasta, pizza, white rice, any food containing white flour; mucus forming foods such as some dairy products; sugar and alcohol products; and even fruits and vegetables exposed to pesticides and other chemicals. Many of these have just become commonplace in our lives with everyone having consumed them at one time or another.



The Silent Problem Inside You ...

The problem is that the body cannot properly digest and eliminate some of these foods and the substances they contain--and they can become lodged or stuck in the lining of our intestinal tract in the form of old, dried fecal matter and mucus. It is estimated that the average person can have between 4-25 pounds of this "built-up" intestinal matter in their colon--and it can just keep accumulating over the years!

"The intestines can store a vast amount of this partially digested, putrefying matter," claims natural health expert, Richard Anderson, N.D., N.M.D. "Some intestines, when autopsied, have weighed up to 40 pounds and were distended to a diameter of 12 inches with only a pencil-thin channel through which the feces could move. That 40 pounds was due to caked layers of encrusted mucus, mixed with fecal matter, bizarrely resembling hardened blackish-green truck tire rubber or an old piece of dried rawhide.



The Mucoid Plaque

Dr. Anderson calls this accumulation "mucoid plaque." "This mucoid plaque," he says, "when it is removed during an intensive colon cleanse, often shows rope-like twists, striations, overlaps, folds, creases--the shape and texture of the intestinal wall."

Mucoid plaque may vary considerably, depending on the chemical conditions in a person's intestines. It may be hard and brittle; it may be firm and thick; tough, wet, and rubbery; soft, thick, and mucoid; or soft, transparent, and thin; it can range in color from light brown, black, or greenish-black to yellow or gray, and sometimes emits an intensely foul odor.



The Mucoid Plaque - Part Deux

The trouble is: once mucoid plaque is created, it is not routinely excreted from the intestines, affirms Dr. Anderson. "Instead, it lodges in the numerous folds and crevices of this large organ and can remain there for many years. Over time, the mucoid plaque grows thicker, firmer, and more widespread--colonizing throughout the tennis court--sized interior of the intestines. Old feces adhere to the plaque and are not removed even during normal bowel movements."

Confounding our need to experience the normal two to three complete bowel movements daily as well as receiving optimal nutrition from the foods and supplements we consume, the plaque slows down intestinal action, effecting waste excretion and also interfering and preventing nutrient absorption. It can harbor pathogens -- including bacteria and parasites, which actually hide underneath the plaque; it may block the normal outflow of lymph and mucus drainage. Also, it can bind toxins to itself and emit them into the bloodstream.

r Body! "Most people unknowingly and ineffectively end up using extreme diets, rigorous exercise programs, harmful stimulants, diuretics, laxatives and prescription drugs to find relief from overweight conditions and other common health problems like bloating. They just have never been told that one of the underlying reasons for being overweight and having nagging health problems is the formation and build-up of intestinal toxins."



Caras continues,

"Once we truly understand that the single greatest challenge our body faces is the effective removal of wastes and toxins, we will never again underestimate the importance of cleansing and proper elimination. For these reasons, I frequently counsel that all my clients consider taking a quality colon cleansing formula to help prevent the formation and aid in the removal of intestinal toxins ..."

"For those wanting to lose weight and shape their body, this is absolutely crucial as it creates the environment for more rapid and successful results. It will also help to flatten the waistline and eliminate bloating in most cases."



The "First Step" To Optimal Health

Those starting or who are currently on any weight loss, body shaping or anti-aging program should consider cleansing as the first step. Colon cleansing is one of the most important steps--and usually the most overlooked--when attempting to lose weight, shape the body, flatten the waistline, improve the immune, digestive and elimination systems, help certain health problems, and achieve optimum health.


... Caused By Everyday Living?


Every day when we eat foods, drink water (including bottled) and breathe air, we are exposed to and ingest preservatives, toxins, chemicals, and pollutants. They are everywhere, and no matter how careful we are in the foods we choose to eat and in our lifestyles, we cannot avoid them.

A frightening fact is that most people do not realize that the typical, everyday foods and beverages that we consume cause our bodies the most problems. These are processed foods like bread, pasta, pizza, white rice, any food containing white flour; mucus forming foods such as some dairy products; sugar and alcohol products; and even fruits and vegetables exposed to pesticides and other chemicals. Much of this has become commonplace in our lives; most of us have consumed them at one time or another.



The Silent Problem Inside You ...

The problem is that the body cannot properly digest and eliminate some of these foods and the substances they contain. The small particles can become lodged, or stuck, in the lining of our intestinal tract in the form of old, dried fecal matter and mucus. It is estimated that the average person can have between 4-25 pounds of this "built-up" intestinal matter in their colon--and it can just keep accumulating year after year!

"The intestines can store a vast amount of this partially digested, putrefying matter," claims natural health expert, Richard Anderson, N.D., N.M.D. "Some intestines, when autopsied, have weighed up to 40 pounds and were distended to a diameter of 12 inches with only a pencil-thin channel through which the feces could move. That 40 pounds of waste was due to caked layers of encrusted mucus, mixed with fecal matter, bizarrely resembling hardened blackish-green truck tire rubber or an old piece of dried rawhide.



The Mucoid Plaque

Dr. Anderson calls this accumulation "mucoid plaque." "This mucoid plaque," he says, "when it is removed during an intensive colon cleanse, often shows rope-like twists, striations, overlaps, folds, creases--the shape and texture of the intestinal wall."

Mucoid plaque may vary considerably, depending on the chemical conditions in a person's intestines. It may be hard and brittle; it may be firm and thick; tough, wet, and rubbery; soft, thick, and mucoid; or soft, transparent, and thin; it can range in color from light brown, black, or greenish-black to yellow or gray, and sometimes emits an intensely foul odor.



The Mucoid Plaque - Part Deux

The trouble is once mucoid plaque is created, it is not routinely excreted from the intestines, affirms Dr. Anderson. "Instead, it lodges in the numerous folds and crevices of this large organ and can remain there for many years. Over time, the mucoid plaque grows thicker, firmer, and more widespread--colonizing throughout the tennis court--sized interior of the intestines. Old feces adhere to the plaque and are not removed even during normal bowel movements."

Confounding our need to experience the normal two to three complete bowel movements daily as well as receiving optimal nutrition from the foods and supplements we consume, the plaque slows down intestinal action, effecting waste excretion, and interfering with and preventing nutrient absorption. It can harbor pathogens, including bacteria and parasites, which actually hide underneath the plaque; it may block the normal outflow of lymph and mucus drainage. Also, it can bind toxins to itself and emit them into the bloodstream.