As the veteran Dr N.W. Walker once said, "Death begins in the colon!" And it has been claimed by some that "Dead doctors don't lie," so we should only believe their principles of health if they actually live a long time, because many doctors actually live shorter lives and take more medication than their patients. Dr Walker lived to 119 years and thus proved that his instructions regarding good colon health actually do work. Our colon is the sewage system of our body; it has a similar function to the common toilet bowl. We don't pay too much attention to either until one of them get so clogged that they start backing up and over-flowing. By then it is too late and the damage is already done. This website focuses on how to keep our colons free-flowing and clean as a bare minimum for good health - because it is where most all diseases in the body begin.
Did you know that actor, John Wayne, had a seriously impacted colon perhaps for several months before his death. When doctors did an autopsy, they found 18 kilos of impacted, dried fecal matter inside his colon! All of that waste was lodged in the folds and pockets of his intestines and colon. When Elvis Presley passed away, he reportedly had 27 kilos of waste in his colon! Furthermore, the average person who is not even overweight, may have between 4 - 11 kilos of dried, and hardened fecal matter caked on the walls of their colon?
If modern medicine was healing the majority of patients as it is supposed to do, then this website would not have been needed. Instead, diseases such as diabetes, cancer, leukemia, heart disease are spiralling out of control among even the very young. But with some common sense approaches for preventative health care, no one needs to rely on expensive medical procedures for their health. Also, by changing some simple things in our eating habits, no one needs to let their age determine their health either! We really need to be aware of what modern foods are doing to our bodies so that we can stay out of those hospitals that do not give us back our health - but often just complicate our body's healing process. A doctor is responsible to keep you alive, not to make you well! Each and every one of us is responsible for our own health. If you choose to apply some of the tips found on this website (and sign up to get my free e-book) your body will love you in return, and you may reap eternal dividends.