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(Nederlands) Hardlopend herinneringen ophalen in Ljubljana

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(Nederlands) YOGA VOOR HARDLOPERS VOORDELEN

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(Nederlands) Innerlijke rust is helaas niet te koop

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(Nederlands) Over de sporadische kniepijn

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(Nederlands) Massagetherapieën bevorderen en ondersteunen de gezondheid

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(Nederlands) Waarom Slovenië dé nieuwe bestemming is voor foodies

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The Colon And The Health Of Your Body – Norman Walker

From the book COLON HEALTH by Norman Walker

Your body is the house in which you live. By analogy, it is just like the building in which you make your home. Your home needs, at the very least, periodic attention. The roof may leak, the plumbing may get out of order and clog up, termites may drill through the floors and the walls, and other innumerable cases of deterioration may make their appearance. Such is the case with your physical body. Every function and activity of your system, day and night, physical, mental, and spiritual, is dependent on the attention you give to it.

The kind and the quality of the food you put into your body is of vital importance to even* phase of your existence. Good nutrition regenerates and rebuilds the cells and tissues which constitute your physical body. Undigested food, and the processes by which waste matter is eliminated from the body, without fermentation and putrefaction, is dependent as well on good nutrition. The possibility of attaining any degree of vibrant health is prevented if such fermentation occurs, accumulates, and is retained by the body.

The elimination of undigested food and other waste products is equally as important as the proper digestion and assimilation of food. In fact, I can think of nothing more significant and vital than preventing the danger of inevitable effects of toxemia and toxic poisons that are a result of the neglect and failure to expel feces, debris, and waste matter from the body. Few of us realize that failure to effectively eliminate waste products from the body causes so much fermentation and putrefaction in the large intestine, or colon, that the neglected accumulation of such waste can, and frequently does, result in a lingering demise!