Probiotic implants re-populate the large intestine and prevent most of the problems with the body associated with the gastrointestinal tract. Consumption of food, consisting of a large number of different ingredients, is harmful. Firstly, the digestive tract can not fully process mixed products since each product requires its approach.
IP Pavlov in his fundamental studies noted that the processing and digestion of each type of food occur in their relevant parts of the gastrointestinal tract with the help of certain digestive juices, enzymes and specific concentrations, with there being approximately two thousand of these parts. It becomes apparent that the important thing is not what we ate, but what the body assimilates.
The rectum has two sphincters: the top one is where the passage from the sigmoid colon leads to the rectum, and the lower one. Typically, this part of the intestines should always be empty. However, constipation, sedentary lifestyles, etc., can cause a build-up of faeces in the ampoule of the rectum. So, you could always be sitting on a column of impurities that puts pressure on all the organs in the small pelvis and arteries & veins of the lower limbs. In the most severe cases, the lower sphincter also weakens, and the rectum falls out, a so-called prolapse occurs, which already requires surgical intervention.
Toxic substances that enter the liver violate its detoxification function. Subsequently, they form an anastomosis network through which the stream of toxins enters into the vena cava without immediate filtration. It is directly related to the state of the gastrointestinal tract, intestines, liver, sigmoid and rectum. Inflammatory processes in the body are due to the state of the lower GI tract.
That's why you will not get healthy until you improve the state of health of the organs located in the small pelvis, cleanse the colon and detoxify the liver. The nature of the disease does not play any role.
Contact our clinic in London where you can undergo colonic irrigation with the probiotic implant.