Weight loss pills, diet plans and surgery are widely publicized as the most effective way to lose weight. However, there is a new breakthrough, an effective way to shed pounds, stay healthy, and add many years to your life, all without drugs, surgery or special diet.
This year, more than 200,000 weight-loss, or bariatric, operations will be performed in the United States alone, a nearly ten-fold increase in just a decade. The most prominent types are gastric bypass and laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (or Lap-Band), although there are a few others. A Lap-Band procedure costs about $20,000 and a gastric bypass about $30,000.
What has changed in the last decade? Why the obesity explosion? Have humans really changed in the last decade? Not really, but our diet has. We have more processed foods in our diet and our fruits and vegetables are saturated with pesticides and processed in plants that sometimes have Salmonella and E-Coli. In other words, our diet is a lot more toxic.
A human colon is six (6) feet long. The Center for Disease Control defines the colon as the long, coiled, tube-like organ (also known as large bowel or large intestine) that removes water from digested food. The remaining material, solid waste called stool, moves through the colon and the rectum and leaves the body through the anus. Parts of the colon include: cecum, ascending colon, transverse colon, descending colon, and sigmoid colon. The average colon is approximately 6 feet long.
A medical practitioner determined a correlation between plague lining the colon and digestive tract and parasitic infestations of the human bowel tract, and people suffering chronic obesity. The study consisted of a group of patience, who despite intense diet and exercise, appeared to be unable to lose any weight whatsoever. However, natural treatments that removed harmful plaques from their colon and digestive parasites had a success rate of 100%.
This technique has been able to reverse diabetes and eliminate of an entire spectrum of serious and otherwise life-threatening diseases.
The treatment is based on select herbs, extracts, and organic constituents which can be found in a variety of plants, but when combined in specific combinations and carefully chosen amounts make for a solution to the obesity epidemic.
The major drug companies developing and selling weight loss pills, the surgeons performing Lap Band and gastric bypass surgery, and the publishers of weight loss systems have no reason to provide this information to you. In fact, they have a very strong financial incentive to maintain the status quo. Before spending money on weight loss pills or undergoing surgery, exhaust the natural alternatives which are inexpensive and highly effective.
These alternatives include: a four step regimen to clean the colon and digestive tract, eating organic foods, avoiding fast foods, washing hands frequently and thoroghly, adjusting food combinations in your diet, and Metabolic Typing. A special fad diet that you cannot live with over time is not required.
Source by Jeff T