Be healthy with Vessi


Veli-Jussi Jalkanen,
Sitting Health Expert

Information on the writer »




Intestinal infections are not prevented and treated properly

Intestinal diseases are mainly due to the lack of fiber.

The situation is made worse by stress, immobility, and bad posture.

Personally, I remember when as a little kid I received enemas, on doctor's orders, when the poo did not want to come. Nobody understood the importance of fiber then.

An acquaintance of mine had suffered from ulcerative colitis from adolescence. As a teenager he consulted an alternative medicine doctor who ordered him a seed-berry-fruit-smoothie diet. The incurable illness was completely gone in a year. His girlfriend, who had the same ailment, died of colon cancer at the age of 27, because she did not change her eating habits.

It is unbelievable that the Finnish Krohn Colitis association does not tell about simple nutritional therapy that can prevent and treat the disease.

We eat fiber at 13 g / day, even if we should eat 50 g / 1 000 kcal. Exercising during breaks at work and sitting on a two-part saddle chair also activate the healing quick intestinal flow. Lack of fiber and bad intestinal functions are the starting point for dozens of diseases, including memory disorders and poor resistance. Fiber is the only nutrient for the good intestinal bacteria.

The inflamed bowel must be treated with mild fruit fibers (e.g. dried plum), vitamin D, omega 3 fatty acids and lactic acid bacteria, and by leaving high carbohydrates and excessive stress away. When the bowel begins to heal and the inflammation relaxes, one may begin to add more coarse fiber, for example in the form of soiled and blended seeds.

The living nutrition guru Ann Vigmore cured her own colon cancer by nutrition; millions have benefited from her advice.