General Health Articles



by Richard Smithee, MTOM


Painful joints                                                 Mental confusion or memory problems

Back pain                                                       Low energy and fatigue

Muscle pain                                                   Mood swings, anger, irritability, depression

Headaches/Migraines                                    Body odor; bad breath, smelly feet, intestinal gas

Acid reflux, gastritis, colitis                          Difficulty evacuating your stool


  • Did you know that 80% of your immune system is located in your digestive system?


  • A healthy digestive system will have a bowel movement within one hour of each meal.



Years ago doctors were trained that “Death Begins In the Colon,” but today they say normal bowel function is 3 to 5 times a week, this may be “Normal” but it certainly is not healthy!  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirms the average adult is carrying anywhere from 5 to 22 pounds of decaying, impacted fecal matter stuck in the intestinal tract.


  • Did you know that 80 to 90% of all cancers are produced as the result of dietary, nutritional or lifestyle choices?


If your intestinal tract is clean and healthy it will extract fluids and nutrition from our food giving you vibrant health and energy.  It then removes the remaining waste and toxins from your body.


  • Did you know that the probability of your developing cancer during your lifetime is one in two men (50%) and one in three women (33.33%).


On the other hand, if we are eating processed foods full of sugar, chemicals and preservatives we will not be properly nourishing our body.  This leads to what I call “Food Goo” which sticks to the intestinal wall which prevents nutrients from being absorbed.  With a healthy digestive system the brain senses the nutrients which then trigger the “Satiety Signal” which tells us to stop eating, we now have the nutrients our body requires.


When our system is impacted with dead, decaying food, the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in our current meal cannot be absorbed, so we keep eating.  The next signal we receive is from the “Stretch Receptors” in our stomach that tells us to stop eating.  The healthy digestive process takes the amount of energy equivalent to walking five miles.  The more impacted fecal matter we have the longer the digestive process, and the more energy we must use to achieve, lower quality, toxic laden nutrients, leaving us with lower energy, a reduced immune system, and higher risk of disease and poor health.


As time goes on the Food Goo remaining in your intestines begins to putrefy and this rotting waste then begins to build-up in layers on your intestinal wall, which overtime expand the size and weight of your intestinal tract.  This then leads to the question, is your bulging belly due to a buildup of fat, an accumulation of impacted fecal matter, or a sign of colon cancer.  Now we have created an internal environment that encourages the growth of parasites and pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungi, and/or yeast overgrowth such as candida, or other toxins.



As this purification process and toxins build up in our system we start to experience a condition known as toxemia where toxic substances spill into our bloodstream leading to inflammation, constipation and/or diarrhea which may lead to acid reflux, gastritis, colitis or other digestive disorders.  Body odor, bad breath, smelly feet, and foul smelling stools, or it may result in skin disorders or poor complexion.  As the problem gets worse we may experience back aches, joint pain, headaches, you may gain weight, get diabetes, feel depressed or lose your joy of living.  The more impacted the intestines get the more they are stretched which may lead to a condition known as leaky gut syndrome where larger proteins are allowed to enter the blood stream, which now may trigger an auto immune response, where the immune system begins attacking its own body leading to advanced health problems such as Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, etc.


While digesting food travels through your intestines, they absorb liquids and nutrients from the food as the intestines squeeze digested food through the length of your intestines in a process called peristalsis.  When peristalsis stops we have constipation.  Now your stomach tends to bulge out making you look fat.


It normally takes about 100 hours for a meal to be fully digested and excreted. At any given time your intestines are processing your last 8 meals.  If peristalsis gets interrupted all that food just sits there trapped in a warm wet environment where it quickly begins to decay and rot – generating foul odors and toxins.


More than 80% of adults studied reported having at least one bowel movement a day.  As researchers discovered, those daily bowel movements weren’t removing the buildup of decaying fecal matter which had hardened and impacted on the intestinal wall.


Today very few conventional doctors see the connection between the digestive system and poor health; if you go to the doctor with a headache, joint pain or depression, etc. they give you a prescription for the symptom, and do nothing to identify and/or treat the underlying cause.  Doctors are trained to diagnose, identify your complaints and prescribe a medicine that treats your symptom.


It may be embarrassing to talk about your bowel habits, but it is probably one of the most important things to consider when it comes to your health.  It has been reported that an autopsy performed on the late actor John “The Duke” Wayne discovered his colon contained 77 pound of dried fecal matter which surely contributed to his demise.  An autopsy of Elvis Presley, “The King” revealed his colon had 60 pounds of decayed fecal residue.  One year before his death, the singer had been hospitalized for days with an impacted colon.



If you had a choice –


Would you choose health, or disease?


Would you choose prevention or intervention?



Get informed about the who, what and why of your health and healthcare program.


Learn the options and choices you can make to live a long, healthy life by being informed about what you eat and drink, how you handle stress, exercise (or not), how you control your weight (or not) and what the consequences are of your decisions.


Where does good health start: you should seek the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner who can lead you through the detoxification process which involves a deep-thorough, detoxifying colon cleans that will not only empty and clean your bowel, but also re-establish a healthy microbiome and natural bowel rhythms so you can remain clean and regular.


It is said that 90% of the diseases of today’s civilization are caused by decaying feces in our colon.  Your colon is approximately six feet long and approximately 2 inches in diameter; as fecal matter builds up on the inside of your colon you may be adding ten to twenty pounds of accumulated toxins which may bulge your belly out making you look fat.


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By Richard Smithee

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