Acidophilus and Colon Health: The Natural Way to Prevent Disease

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Oct 1, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 207 pages
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One in five Americans suffers from gastrointestinal disorders -- acid indigestion to irritable bowel syndrome. The sale of pills and potions to relieve these conditions is higher than ever.

Yet, these and other more serious conditions can be relieved simply by keeping the colon in a certain acidic state. Acidophilus, a beneficial bacteria that lives in the healthy colon, plays a critical role strengthening this protection. When the acidophilus colon flora is insufficient, the colon becomes vulnerable to invasion by unhealthy bacteria. The toxic by-products of the unhealthy bacteria are absorbed into the bloodstream where they can slowly poison the whole body and lead to a host of degenerative diseases.

In "Acidophilus and Colon Health", internationally recognized colon health researcher David Webster offers a simple program to improve and maintain a healthy colon. He explains how to keep the colon in peak condition, keep the immune system high, and help prevent the onset of stomach problems, skin disorders, and diseases such as cancer, arthritis, and allergies. He then discusses the valuable role of acidophilus in keeping the colon strong and healthy. Readers will learn:
-- How to increase energy the natural way
-- Why fiber is not the best food for colon health
-- How antibiotics can kill valuable colon flora -- and ways to restore it
-- Why acidophilus is vital to strengthen the immune system
-- Why common acidophilus supplements don't work

Webster was the first to compile over 100 years' worth of research from America, Japan and Europe, and pioneered the colon/whole body-health connection. This mass market edition of his classic work is:
-- An expanded editio of his 1984 publication, which has over 100,000 copies in print and has been a bestseller for over 20 years.
-- The only book currently available on the subject.

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Foreword by Richard Renn D O
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Introduction
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In the Beginning
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