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Most of us didn’t learn a doggone thing in school that was in-sync with everyday living, especially when it comes to life and health. And you ask why? It’s because it just wasn’t taught. Period.

Somewhere, a long time ago, some NON-visionary individual implemented a lifetime of subjects, that MOST people NEVER use, threw them into dull, un-imaginary classes, and called it school (Sidenote: We actually ONLY needed a few of these subjects, really).

In someone’s estimation, this was WAY more significant than teaching us ‘how to think by using our OWN creative intelligence and how to take proper care of our bodies. So, here we are just starting to “catch on” to what’s REALLY important!

I said ALL OF THAT, to say this, “Who ever informed you how important it really Is to keep your colon clean and protected from disease?” And I already know the answer. NOBODY!

Our colons are basically the most important part of our entire digestive system. This is where DISEASE BEGINS, if it isn’t taken care of properly.

According to Health Line, your colon is responsible for absorbing the body’s nutrients and minerals, and absorbing the body’s water. It also eliminates the waste. In other words, the colon takes out the body’s garbage.

Your digestive system is your colon, your mouth, your esophagus, your stomach, and your small and large intestine. They’re all connected.

If any part of your digestive system doesn’t work properly, it means HUGE problems for you, all the way from CONSTIPATION through DIARRHEA, and everything in between.

Most people don’t ‘give a hoot’ about their colons, until they get sick. However, according to Health Line, again, colon issues can include Leaky Gut Syndrome, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chron’s Disease, Diverticulitis, Ulcers and Colon Cancer, to name a few. People who already have some of these diseases could give you an earful of what they go through everyday. You don’t have to let this be you!

So, if you have any colon or digestive issues, listen up! Now’s your time to be educated and to be more aware of keeping your colon and digestive system safe. It’s your INTERNAL INSURANCE POLICY that will keep you out of doctor’s offices and hospitals for years to come.

GREAT COLON STORY FROM THE COLON WHISPERER:

Why is the colon so important? by Toni Schumacher Lund

One day the body got together and decided to have a board meeting. Here’s what went on behind closed doors. There was intense discussion to determine:

WHO WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE BODY.

The BRAIN was the first to speak. “Without me, nothing would be accomplished.”

Then the HEART spoke up. “Without me, pumping blood to your brain you could not function.”

The ARMS laughed. “You’re both wrong, without me to put food in the mouth, nothing would work.”

The LEGS quickly added. “Without me you couldn’t get your food”

The STOMACH said, “Without me, your food would not digest.”

The LUNGS bellowed back, “Without me, you couldn’t breathe.”

The EYES blinked, “Without me you could not see.”

The KIDNEYS snorted, “Without me, you could not detoxify and eliminate.”

The COLON meekly spoke up. “I am important. You need me to eliminate all of the garbage from your systems.”

Everyone laughed and made fun of him. “How can you be as important as we are. You’re just a smelly old sewer.”

The poor colon… his feelings were hurt. He turned away, and thought, I’ll show them. HE SHUT DOWN!! Then he sat back and watched what would happen.

The BRAIN was stupefied.

The HEART’S beat was weak.

The ARMS and LEGS were weak and couldn’t move.

The LUNGS breathing was shallow.

The EYES became cloudy.

The KIDNEYS quit.

Then the COLON looked around and decided it was time to call another meeting.

It wasn’t too lively this time, but everyone was in total agreement.

The COLON WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT ORGAN.

SO HOW DO YOU PROTECT YOUR COLON?

Here are the 6 quick excerpts given by Cancer.org:

1). Get screened for colorectal cancer

2). Eat lots of vegetables, fruits and whole grains

3). Get regular exercise

4). Watch your weight

5). Don’t smoke

6). Limit alcohol

Now, …

Pay Attention To Your Fitness

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Paying attention to your fitness is important. Why? Well! we do not want to become selfish or self-centered persons. We want to be kind and generous. We want to take care of others. We want to fulfill our responsibilities. But more often we do it on the sake of our own fitness.

We compromise our health in the name of responsibilities. I have watched people who take care of their health as well as their business goals but this only happens in rare cases. Most people who are well passed 40, neglect their health completely, till their body gives the alarming signals. This results into loss of work and the cost of hundreds of dollars.

We all know health is not a minor issue. However, we ignore it completely. I am not saying that you should become worried about your health and stop living happily. I am offering a new vision. You cannot achieve fitness through one hour of workout. Health and fitness is not a matter of hard work and dollars and it should not be that way.

A healthy lifestyle should enable you to live a healthy and long life. For this purpose some minor steps are required. Minor steps that will take some major turns. Eating disorders can make you sick while eating right food at the right time, guarantees a healthy life.

Drinking less water causes dehydration, however, drinking 8 glasses of water daily makes you active and energetic. You can see the pattern. A healthy lifestyle is the direct result of good healthy habits.

So, what is meant by fitness?

Fitness means good health, increased stamina, energetic body and an optimistic overview about life and future.

How to pay attention to fitness?

3 basic factors are involved with your fitness levels.

  • High Stamina/Strength
  • Overall good health
  • Optimism

High Stamina

High stamina can be achieved by joining a gym or doing cardiovascular exercise at home. Do not make it hard for yourself. Just do exercise for 20 to 30 minutes, 3 days in a week.

Tip: If you do not feel energetic or you do not have the strength; feel energetic. Act energetic. Believe in your heart that you are active and full of life. Time will come when you will have greater strength and stamina.

Overall Health

Good health can be achieved by choosing right food plans and appropriate exercise routines. Go to your health expert and seek some good health advice.

Optimism

Optimism is a way of looking at life. Hope for future achievement is a great asset. Optimism will help you achieve your dreams and a healthy life.

So, take care of this asset and take care of your fitness.

Best of luck!

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Source by Jenny J Robert

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