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Intestinal diseases - cause and therapy

Intestinal diseases – cause & therapy

Topic overview

  1. Intestinal diseases – cause
  2. Functions of the intestinal flora
  3. Causes of disturbed intestinal flora
  4. Intestinal diseases – therapy

1. Intestinal diseases – cause

In all intestinal diseases, there is a disturbance of the intestinal flora, sometimes with heavy deposits of undigested food.

The intestinal flora is an inner protective layer that lines all intestinal sections of the human body. It consists of trillions of different health-promoting bacteria.

2. Functions of the intestinal flora

  • Protects the intestinal walls from toxins, pathogens and acids.
  • prevents the absorption of toxins and pathogens into the bloodstream in the small intestine.
  • Enzyme production
  • Is involved in important breakdown processes, especially of amino acids.
  • Supports white blood cells in the fight against pathogens.
  • Production of vitamins.

3. Causes of disturbed intestinal flora

1. Antibiotics

Antibiotics destroy the bacteria that promote health.

They are used unnecessarily far too often in humans and in factory farming they are part of the daily food intake.

A deficiency of health-promoting bacteria can be the cause of disease patterns in a wide variety of medical specialties. For the intestinal flora, however, they represent the greatest danger of all.

2. Unhealthy diet

An unhealthy diet can lead to deposits of undigested food in the intestines. Furthermore, an environment is created in which pathogenic bacteria feel comfortable and the health-promoting bacteria do not. Consequently, intestinal diseases develop.

3. Heavy metals

Heavy metals have an extremely negative effect on health-promoting bacteria in the gut.

Heavy metals can enter the body through tattoos, cigarettes, second- and third-generation vaccinations, or, for example, by burning old painted furniture and wooden floorboards.

4. Medicines, painkillers

While medications are primarily the greatest burden on our detoxification organs, they are also quite problematic for the gut.

To the horror of any good therapist, painkillers containing the active ingredients cortisone and prednisolone are also used to treat inflammatory bowel processes, a dangerous vicious circle.

5. Pathogens

In the immune system in the fight against pathogens fight on the one hand viruses, disease-causing bacteria, parasites, etc. and on the other hand the white blood cells and the health-promoting bacteria.

The extent to which white blood cells can be fought by pathogens or are simply exhausted at some point is difficult to assess.

But in any case, the health-promoting bacteria can be fought and destroyed by the disease-causing bacteria.

Pathogens can enter our bodies through the air we breathe, through food, or through sexual contact, among other ways.

In terms of quantity, however, foci of infection in the body itself are generally of greater importance.

Most often it is the teeth, for example due to poorly root-treated teeth, but often it is the intestine itself due to deposits on the intestinal walls.

Occasionally, foci of infection may be found in other areas of the body. Wounds that are closed with plasters 24 hours a day can also be such a source of infection.

4. Therapy for intestinal diseases

4.1. Intestinal cleansing & sanitation

High-dose digestive enzymes and health-promoting bacteria are needed for colon cleansing and sanitation.

I recommend the product Dioluxsan Duo from Channoine . The high-dose digestive enzymes in the liquid preparation eliminate deposits in the intestine.

This creates a more positive environment for the proliferation of health-promoting bacteria from the ground up.

In the course of the cure, bowel movements will normalize. People with constipation and bloating will secrete unpleasant-smelling mucus and waste in their stool, if necessary.

Abnormally thick, yellow mucus is also occasionally secreted from the lungs. This is a healing reaction that should not be counteracted with antibiotics under any circumstances.

With the capsule preparation 9 billion microorganisms of different bacterial strains are supplied daily. These rebuild the natural intestinal flora.

As a rule, the course of treatment should be carried out for one month. In Crohn’s disease, colon cancer and other serious conditions, the cure should be carried out at least 2-3 months.

4.2 Healthy diet

Be sure to look at the nutrition rules in the article “Healthy diet”.

A healthy, balanced diet can create an environment in the body in which health-promoting bacteria can multiply more quickly.

If you are disciplined and follow the diet rules 100% and have a little more patience, you can also achieve great success with a healthy diet alone.

However, in the case of very advanced disease progression, no risk should be taken and the short should not be dispensed with.

All dietary rules should also be followed at least 80-90% of the time during the cure

4.3. Eliminate sources of infection

In addition to the gut, I mentioned that the teeth, other sites of infection, or improper wound treatments can serve as hosts for disease-causing bacteria.

From here, pathogens flow to other parts of the body, can destroy health-promoting bacteria, and can miscolonize the intestine.

Carious teeth must be treated by a dentist, poorly root-treated teeth must be retreated by a professional dentist or, in the worst case, extracted.

A small guide on how to distinguish the good from the bad dentist can be found in the article “The categorization of dentists”.

In the case of cleanly root-treated teeth and implants, it is best to do an oil pulling treatment with coconut oil once a week, because there is also an optimal environment for microbes, where they cannot be attacked by white blood cells.

4.4. Removal of heavy metals

Smokers, people with tattoos after vaccinations of the second and third generation or also after improper handling of chemicals, a heavy metal elimination with zeolite and bentonite. should be carried out.

4.5. General health promotion

There are many other smaller factors that affect our gut health and thus promote intestinal diseases.

A lack of happiness in life, money worries, negative stress, lack of exercise poor air quality or insufficient sleep can have a negative impact on our health and our intestines.

For many areas there are alternative self-treatment prevention programs for a better lifestyle and better health.