The Highway To Hell-Th: YOU CHOOSEAbby
The Digestive Process starts at the mouth and travels down the esophagus to the stomach and into the small intestine, which is approximately 22 feet long. It then continues on to the large intestine, which is 5 to 7 feet long. In total, we are looking at 30 feet of highway. That’s quite a long distance for food to travel, even when combined properly. Every component has to be digested in its proper order and time sequence for this process to be successful, not unlike any other assembly line. The digestion process is a work of art regarding its simplicity and effectiveness. Improper eating throws this whole delicate process off course, causing pain and discomfort throughout the body. Most people are only conscious of the first 4-inches of the process; only aware of the taste and texture from the lips to the beginning of their throat.
In essence, they get 4-inches of pleasure followed by 30 feet of pain, discomfort and gas. Unfortunately when it comes to food selection, important health concerns such as nutritional value, quality, the degree of toxic chemicals, and digestive ability all take a back seat to the following factors: taste, texture, appearance and smell, which in turn creates one heck of a smell at the other end. Most people only adhere to these four standards while choosing foods to eat. Distorted taste buds cause a distorted shape to the body inside and out.
Often the foods we consume simply end up sitting too long and rotting in the digestive tract, simultaneously releasing poisons and noxious gas into the body. When food enters the body dead and toxic, meaning no nutritional life force, it vibrates at the level of stagnation, putrefaction, inflammation and pain. Negative symptoms one may experience from this situation are the following: heartburn, headache, nausea, bloating, cramps, gas, low back pain and fatigue. If we eat for energy we should feel energized as a result. Life breeds Life.
Ask yourself this, are you tired or energized by your food?
Are you absorbing nutrients or toxins?
Are you addicted to processed chemical laden foods?
Without food guidelines and logic, we are satisfying only the savvy marketers and our distorted taste buds (evil plot). In the meantime our digestive tract becomes severely burdened and clogged up.
What happens in between the front and back door of your body is a primary factor in deciding whether one will experience vital health or pain and ‘dis-ease’ throughout life. We must learn to become our own watchdog, conscious of which foods are detrimental and which foods are supportive to our bodies. The first rule of thumb is the following: The more man touches food, the less you should want it.
The more he advertises it, the more you should run from it. Let me propose a question. Why do children have so much energy? Yes, they are young, but most importantly, they are not toxic. They haven’t experienced thirty, forty or even fifty years of absorbing toxic waste that migrates from the stagnant fecal debris that is lining the walls of the large intestine into their bloodstream. As a result, the poisons emitted haven’t had a chance to pollute their blood, lymph system, organs and tissue cells. In addition, they haven’t experienced the invasion of fungus, bad bacteria, viruses and parasites, which are the inevitable outcome of a backed up sewer system (colon). U honestly do hold the keys.
As I stated earlier, the large intestine is the last 4 to 7 feet of the digestive tract, beginning at the Ileocecal valve, 2-inches left of the right hip and ending at the rectum. The large intestine (colon) is a muscle. Therefore, if it lacks tone, every other muscle and cell in the body will consequently also lack tone.
The core is everything. Without the existence of muscular tone within the colon muscle, the leakage of toxic waste slowly begins to filter through its walls into the bloodstream and the cells of the rest of the body tissues. When this occurs your immune system will be more than put to the test. This is the beginning of what’s called ‘The Domino Effect’ which we will digest later. Emotional stress can also aggravate this, affecting digestion which in turn slows down the elimination process.
Most symptoms of emotional stress will be experienced negatively within the abdomen. In today’s environment, even if you make healthy food choices, bowel management should still remain a top priority. Overall well-being is dependent on the efficiency of the digestive process and the large intestine (colon). If not managed properly on a daily basis this will be the beginning of much unwanted discomfort because these are toxic times on our planet. Your digestive tract in essence, is the Highway to HELL-TH… U CHOOSE.
“Get TRAINED To MASTER Your BODY Or They Will Keep You In Treatment For The Rest Of Your LIFE” – Dr. Darrell Wolfe – Doc Of Detox