What happens when you don’t take the garbage out for a week?
We've all seen it, we've all smelt it!! It starts to STINK, BULGE, and eat away at the garbage bag! Sounds gross doesn’t it? It’s the same idea with your colon (large intestine). We ALL retain old fecal matter (poop), dead red blood cells, excess mucous, parasites, and yeast in our colon. Whether we’re having 1 or 3 bowel movements a day, "garbage" can get trapped in there. What goes in must come out and a lot of the time we don't see the balance of the two. If you're only having one bowel movement a few times a week, imagine what you’re storing in there, what it’s doing to your gut lining and how it's effecting your health?
Yes, it is disturbing, but not as uncommon as you would think (or hope). There are different types of nematodes, commonly called worms. Pinworms, roundworms, tapeworms, hook worms, just to name a few. For those of you familiar with livestock or have experience in veterinary medicine or animal shelters, you’ve probably seen worms at some point in the feces of an animal. And if you haven’t, you’ve likely ‘wormed’ your animal so they don’t catch them.
The Relaxing Breath exercise – better known as the 4-7-8 breath as taught by Dr. Andrew Weil. It’s free, simple, and when done consistently can really make a difference to your health. We’ve provided the link here and hope you give it a try. It’s awesome!
Be sure to watch the video the whole way through to find out how to properly incorporate this relaxing breath exercise into your life, and for all the benefits it can offer.
To your Best Health,
Dawn Byford B.Com, C.H.N. ™ Certified Holistic Nutritionist
Symptoms can vary from patient to patient and are not gender or age specific. Common complaints include; fatigue, constipation/diarrhea, mood swings; depression, anger, sadness, weight gain, weight loss, water retention...