Why Your Colon is
Important to You
While searching for ways to support her body in its fight against cancer, Susan Brearley learned what care of the digestive system can mean for the well-being of the body.
Our typical diets of excessive fat and sugar, as well as foods treated with chemical additives and hormones, gradually degrade our vital digestive organs. The colon, the organ that filters waste materials, suffers particular stress. Because common eating habits can inhibit the colon's function, the average person can carry several pounds of waste products lodged in his or her colon. The toxins released by these products can cause a variety of symptoms, including headaches, constipation, diarrhea, and poor skin. Even more harmful are the parasites that can dwell in these wastes. Though many people believe parasites are not a problem in the United States, even here they can invade our bodies by way of contaminated food and water; the New England Journal of Medicine estimates we can become infected with at least thirty parasitic illnesses from our pets. Like toxins, colon parasites can cause weight and skin problems, digestive distress, and loss of energy and concentration.
Toxins and parasites need not ruin your health. By cleansing your digestive system, especially your colon, you can purge these harmful materials, and, by adjusting your diet, prevent them from building up again.
Susan Brearley is ready to help you. She has years of experience combating the effects of parasites and toxins. She will work with you to develop a program of herbal treatments to cleanse your body of damaging chemicals and organisms. She can also help you maintain your health by advising you on your diet.
For more information on digestive health and how to achieve it, contact Susan for more information.