GI Health: Healthy Digestion Sign: No Need for Toilet Paper
Good digestive health can be described
as abilities of the GI tract to produce digestive enzymes, efficiently absorb
nutrients, prevent growth of pathogens, recycle useful nutrients and chemicals,
and eliminate toxins and unwanted substances. Body-oxygen content is the key
factor that defines strength of the immune system and digestion.
Good digestive health includes beneficial GI flora. People with
less than 30 seconds for the morning body-oxygen test (or more than 90% of
modern people) naturally harbor pathogens in the gut. Abnormal GI flora is
manifested in numerous signs, some of which are summarized in the Table
below. When the body oxygenation in the morning is about 35 seconds or more, the immune system
starts to deal with biofilms in the small intestine, and this leads to gradual
improvements in digestive symptoms towards good digestive disorders and GI health.
You can eat tons of supplements and super-foods, drink canisters of
herbal drinks, have hundreds of colonic irrigations, and practice yoga for
many hours every day, but if your body oxygen level remains the same, you
will suffer from the same symptoms and require the same dosage of
Poor GI health is manifested in different symptoms and effects.
They include states related to or close to diarrhea, constipation, or their
combinations. This Table explains the vital signs of digestive health.
Signs of GI health and the "soiling
||Ideal GI health
Shape of feces
Hardened and dried
in the front part
and soft and greasy
at the end
Water in the sink
Marks on the
Residue on the anus
Note that many modern people usually experience symptoms between 2 extreme
states of digestive health, which are on the right side of the table (Diarrhea and Constipation),
while having intestinal dysbiosis or dysbacteriosis caused by pathological
or abnormal gut flora due to heavy breathing and reduced body oxygenation, as
well as many other factors.
Increased urination and reduced amounts of urine that can be stored in
the urinary bladder are additional signs of poor GI health. A healthy
bladder can hold up to about 1 liter of urine. When the gut is inflamed or
has some other abnormalities, the person cannot hold more than 500 ml of
urine and has more frequent trips to the washroom/toilet. This is especially
true for people with
Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The paperback version of this Amazon book is located here "Crohn's Disease and Colitis: Hidden Triggers and Symptoms".
You can also check this page related to
Crohn's disease and ulcerative
Note that while increased frequency of urination and small volume can be
signs of prostatitis, UTI - urinary tract infections, and many other health
problems, these symptoms are often among the most sensitive objective signs
of serious digestive problems, which require special attention. Therefore, it
is important for CP progress to pay attention to those factors that create
more symptoms (more frequent urination, reduced volume of urine, thirst,
less solid stool, more gas, etc.) so as to identify and eliminate all
triggers that worsen the GI state and its micro flora.
Since most people have less than 25 seconds for the body-oxygen test,
intestinal dysbiosis and the soiling effect (a need to use toilet paper)
are very common, indicating poor digestion. Virtually all people who get
over 50 seconds for the body-oxygen test testify that they do not need
toilet paper anymore (or some of them may say that they have very little
soiling). This happens naturally due to retraining of the automatic
breathing pattern, but there are also specific steps in order to achieve
better or even good
Causes of poor GI health
What are the causes of lousy digestion?
Dozens of medical studies prove that modern
people have heavy and fast breathing at rest. Overbreathing or breathing much
more than the medical norms causes low body
oxygenation due to low levels of CO2. Low CO2 in the arterial blood leads to
vasoconstriction and reduced blood flow to the digestive system, compromising
transfer of oxygen, glucose, digestive enzymes and many other vital
nutrients. Most importantly, low body oxygenation, due to immunosuppression, allows attachment of
pathogens on the mucosal surfaces of the digestive system: in the mouth,
throat, stomach, large and small colons, rectum and anus. Therefore, on a
cell level, the only cause of poor digestive health is low body oxygen
These ideas readily explain high prevalence of various GI problems, such
as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, IBS, gastritis, ulcers,
pancreatitis, and many others.
Restoration of ideal digestion (PDF book)
While for many people restoration of GI health is a
"side effect" of breathing normalization, an increasing number of breathing
students experience serious digestive problems that cannot be solved using the
free program described on the pages of this site. In other words,
they get stuck with about 20-25 seconds for the body-oxygen test for many
months or years. In addition, there are many students who can greatly
benefit from the right steps in order to achieve high body oxygenation due to
improved digestive health.
This unique therapy to treat inflammatory bowel disease is described in the Amazon book "Crohn's Disease and Colitis Recovery Guide". For the paperback version, visit this page: "Crohn's Disease and Colitis Recovery Guide".
This program is described in more details in Oxygen Remedy webinars.
Even more details about practical restoration of GI health can be found
in this eBook - "How
to Improve Digestion and Solve Digestive Problems With Higher Body O2".
What Do You Want to Know About Digestive Health? (From HealthLine.com)
Digestive health (From Choices - nhs.uk)
Digestive health (From Health.Harvard.edu)
New breathing students with terminal conditions (end-stage disease) are accepted on CureEndStageDisease.com with Dr. Artour's Triple Guarantee.
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