Four Steps to Healing the Cells
Each of the 37 trillion cells in the body is like a microscopic-sized car engine in which parts can go bad. Although this happens for several reasons, the biggest cause is the estimated 12 to
Each of the 37 trillion cells in the body is like a microscopic-sized car engine in which parts can go bad. Although this happens for several reasons, the biggest cause is the estimated 12 to 15 pounds of old excrement in the intestinal tract, which is preventing the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream which are for transportation to the cells. Healing the cells involves cleansing the small and large intestine as well as the blood and delivering nutrition to the cells.
According to the results of surveys published in PuBMed, 4 million Americans in the U.S. have frequent constipation. Defecating less than two to three times a day leads to a toxic system and symptoms such as brain fog, bloating, allergies, asthma, arthritis, headaches, colitis, Crohn’s disease, acne, psoriasis, pneumonia, colds and even cancer.
The gut is considered the second brain. Every organ in the body is connected to the 25 to 30 feet of intestinal tract, which contains more neurons than the spinal column. Old stool prevents the neurons from firing the nerve messages to the organs.
Colon hydrotherapy is the fastest method of clearing out old stool. A 45 to 60-minute colon hydrotherapy session detoxifies the large intestine through a gentle infusion of purified water at a safely controlled temperature with gentle, continuous pressure while an individual reclines comfortably on a specially made bed. The therapist inserts a small, pencil-size rectal tube into the colon and the warm water gently dislodges and carries away the old stool.
David DeHaas is a naturopathic health coach and founder of Living Waters Wellness, located at 855 S. Curtis Rd., in Boise. To schedule an appointment, call 208-378-1234. For more information, visit LivingWatersCleanse.com.