My mother used to call it being "blocked up." And if she
suspected that's what we were as kids, we'd get an enema.
I'm talking about constipation.
And as any of the 4 million people who suffer with
constipation in the US can tell you, it's no fun at all.
The "official" definition of constipation is having 3 or
fewer bowel movements per week. With constipation stools
are usually hard, dry, small and difficult to pass. Many
people also have pain and bloating, plus the straining can
cause or worsen hemorrhoids.
However, that's only a description of the obvious--what
you can actually feel.
There are other things going on with constipation that you
CAN'T feel...at least not right away. But that doesn't
mean that you shouldn't be concerned. As a matter of fact,
the "unknown" dangers of constipation can end up affecting
your entire body and state of health.
And the price you pay could be a lot worse than the enemas
I dreaded as a kid.
Here's the "down low."
Toxins "down there" wage a full body war
You eat at least 3 times a day, 7 days a week. So if you
take food in 21 times a week yet "things are coming out" 3
or fewer times a week, there's definitely a nasty buildup
The feces that builds up in your colon are swarming with
toxins and harmful bacteria. And the longer they are a
part of you, the more likely they will get absorbed into
Make sense? Good.
In your blood, they can travel all over your body, causing
inflammation. This can manifest itself as migraines,
arthritis, fibromyalgia, skin rashes and muscle and joint
pain, to name a few.
Toxins can also make you a wonderful home for cancer cells
to nestle in and proliferate. That's right--cancer cannot
exist in an clean, alkaline environment, but thrives in a
toxic, acidic one. So it's really not good to be a walking
"dump" (no pun intended).
The big "D"
Having stools get stuck along the colon wall is also a
major factor in the development of diverticulosis (and
Diverticulosis is sneaky because it usually doesn't cause
any symptoms...until it turns into diverticulitis. Then
you're praying to be put out of your misery because the
pain is so horrible.
Bad bacteria moves next door
When you have bad bacteria overgrowth with constipation,
the bacteria can move next door and get into your urinary
system and for women, into the vaginal area.
That means urinary tract infections and yeast infections.
In other words, feeling either like you have to urinate
constantly (and having it burn like a blow torch when you
do) or be driven insane by vaginal itching.
It's not healthy
Some people might argue, "I've always gone just a couple
times a week. For me that's what's normal."
Even though 3 or fewer bowel movements a week might be
typical, it's not "normal," and it's extremely unhealthy
for the reasons I mentioned above.
What to do--two easy steps
The good news is that constipation is very easy to
overcome. It's simply a matter of:
1- Helping your foods move through the digestive tract
2- Keeping your intestinal bacteria healthy
To keep your digestion smooth from top to bottom, it's
essential to eat foods that have a natural high water and
fiber content (like fresh fruits and vegetables) and to
pair foods together that are compatible in your stomach.
That way, your meals are broken down like they should be
when they reach the intestines.
Foods that are digested efficiently result in wastes that
glide through the intestines easier...which is music to a
constipation sufferer's ears.
In the Great Taste No Pain system, I give you the advice
you need on what food combinations work well and what ones
to stay away from. I show you how easy and delicious it is
to incorporate more high water content foods into your
And I even give you a pocket guide for dining out, so you
can stay pain-free no matter where you eat.
The second crucial step to resolving constipation is
restoring and maintaining a healthy balance of bacteria in
your gut (at least 85% beneficial bacteria and no more than
Having this essential balance helps your digestion, since
the beneficial bacteria help to break down your foods.
They also keep your gut wall strong and healthy and prevent
toxins from leaking into your bloodstream or abdomen.
Super Shield probiotic formula can help you achieve and
maintain this critical balance. Super Shield's 13 strains
of pharmaceutical-grade probiotic bacteria are ready and
waiting to take their place in your system, crowding out
the "bad guys" and helping you "move things along" a whole
Constipation doesn't have to be part of your life for one
moment longer. Get things moving today with the unbeatable
combination of GTNP and Super Shield.
To your health,
PS: Kathy's been "smooth sailing" since she's been taking
You are 100% right about relieving constipation.
I had trouble with this all of my life. The constant
straining only to have little relief. I used to go only
once a week with terrible bloating and cramping.
Since I started taking Super Shield in September of '09, I
have had no trouble at all with constipation. Every day,
sometimes twice a day, I sit down on the pot and its done
without any straining at all. I can even feel everything
leaving my colon which indicates to me that the lining of
my colon is cleaner. And, I am losing weight!!
Also recently I felt as though I were getting a bladder
infection. The frequent urination and the stench were the
primary indications. I doubled up on the Super Shield and
within a few days, no more bladder infection.
In the past I would have had to take antibiotics which
would inevitably make me feel horrible.
Super Shield is the best thing that has ever happened to
me. The longer I take it the better I feel. I have given
it to people and recommended it to many more.
Super Shield is a miracle!
Thank You for such a great product.
PPS: Read all about it! I'm interviewed in the January
issue of Powerlifting USA magazine. Check it out.
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