At least one in three people have a functional bowel disorder. This is not surprising considering the average human gut has approximately five to ten pounds of fecal matter stuck to the intestinal walls. This toxic waste can cause problems with elimination and digestion, abdominal cramping and irregularity.

To be considered healthy, your bowel movements should occur following each meal, eliminating the remains of a meal eaten within 24 hours. Regular removal of waste in the intestines is believed to decrease the risk of developing colon cancer, ulcerative colitis and other digestive disorders. This may be due to less time for toxins to develop, along with lowered time of exposure thus reducing absorption of the toxic substances contained in the waste material.

A proper diet can help you cleanse your body of toxic fecal matter. Insoluble fiber, found in whole grains and beans will help to move foods through the digestive track and helps contribute to regularity. Eliminate refined and processed foods and be sure to eat healthy green and leafy vegetables plus plenty of fresh fruit in season.

Your kidneys purify over a ton of blood every day. Out of this enormous volume, your 2 million nephrons selectively concentrate and excrete a mere 3 to 4 pints of urine. In the process, they play the leading role in maintaining the body's critical balance of fluids and electrolytes, alkalinity and acidity.

When your kidneys start losing efficiency, you may experience allergies, inflammation in the ears, the front teeth or the front of the eye, skin problems, sinus and lung congestion, spinal problems, joint problems, bone problems, nervous system problems, problems with urination and sexual function, muscle stiffness and aches, heart stress and high blood pressure and fluid retention and edema.

Your first step to healthy kidneys is to avoid refined sugar, caffeine and dairy products, while reducing red meat intake (since all these acidify and inflame the kidneys). Second, eat lots and lots of greens and veggies (alkalizing), also emphasizing buckwheat, millet, quinoa and amaranth in place of the usual (acid-forming) grains. Third, begin drinking just 4 ounces of antioxidant water every 30 minutes during daylight hours. After 3 days, your kidneys will shift into high gear, cleansing themselves, your blood and you much more efficiently. Antioxidant water can be made using either a Microwater unit or Coral Calcium. Fourth, take Kidney Cleanse.

House of Gold Health Products can help you in your quest for a clean intestinal and urinary track system with:

All In One Step, an exceptional powdered nutritional drink is a total body cleanse, antioxidant, anti-aging, weight management, immune support and intestinal health formula.

Star Fiber, a combination of soluble and insoluble fiber giving a gentle balance to the action of this bowel regulator. Added herbs and minerals soothe the colon wall, facilitate gut motility and ease flatulence. Research shows fiber helps maximize mineral absorption, aid the prevention of constipation and feed friendly bacteria.

Kidney Cleanse, a proprietary blend of herbs that help to strengthen and detoxify the kidneys while helping to prevent bacterial growth in the bladder and urinary tract.

Nouss-Ade, lentinula edodes powder (shiitake mushroom) which have the capacity to store high energy electrons to transfer energy to the body.

Other beneficial products are:
Friendly Flora
Chitosan Xtra

For other pertinant information, link to:

The Constipation Resource Center -- has information on constipation, articles on colon cleansing, and research on the latest constipation treatments.

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