jueves, 27 de diciembre de 2012

Andreas Moritz

The bowels eliminate as feces whatever food substances they cannot digest or absorb, such as the plant fiber cellulose. Fecal matter also contains bile, which carries toxins and the waste products resulting from the breakdown (catabolism) of red blood cells. Bile contains bilirubin that is derived from these dead red blood cells and gives stool its naturally brown color.
In a healthy digestive system, about one-third of the excreted fecal matter is made up of dead intestinal bacteria. The rest of the fecal matter is composed of indigestible fiber and sloughed off intestinal lining. The body can function smoothly and efficiently only if the bowel removes these daily-generated waste materials every day. Otherwise, the body can become a cesspool of waste, and gradually begin to suffocate in it.

(This is an excerpt from the NEW 2012 edition of the book ‘THE AMAZING LIVER AND GALLBLADDER FLUSH’ by Andreas Moritz)
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