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Thursday, November 04, 2004

I Fall Off the Wagon

Normally, I maintain a strict diet of cheese and only cheese, and normally, I try not to eat anything after noon, because I like to avoid cheese nightmares. I usually stave off the hunger pangs by smelling my lipstick. This afternoon I got a little hungry, and I ate a hockey-puck-sized piece of bucheron, and I topped that off with a half-cup of gorgonzola crumbles. Ooooooooh, howdy! I'll be murdered tonight, mark my words! Probably right after the tornado rolls through, triggering the volcano that unleashes the bleeding helldog who chases me through the Kent State campus as the National Guard starts firing and church organs fall out of the sky. Mmmm mmmmm, that's good queso.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Constipation, the Awesome Creator of Disease

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It is whispered by persons who talk out of the side of their mouths that when proctologists discuss constipation, they convene in a closet, lock the door, and turn out the lights -- the subject is hush, hush, but in my opinion this is ridiculous.

Doctors who give or supervise colonic irrigations know the real cause of constipation because they can see the cause through the glass section of the outflow tube. They know the answer to constipation is not adding something to the diet, but is essentially cured by eliminating offending foods from the diet.

Foods are digested and assimilated about 50 percent by volume. Cheese is the worst offender, with only 20-30 percent being digested and assimilated. Cheese is extremely viscid when it leaves the stomach.

Nutritionists know only one side, the nutritive side. The flip side is the residue that is left after the nutrients are absorbed. Fiber residue has a very fast transient time through the intestines but the viscid residue has a very slow transient time and decays before it is eliminated. It causes constipation. The liquid toxins from the decayed viscid residue will penetrate the colon wall, enter the bloodstream, and establish a culture medium for disease including bacterial diseases in the most susceptible tissues.

The same principle of transient time determines the degree of nutrients absorbed in the small intestine. A fast transient time will absorb less calories; a slow transient time will absorb more calories.

Cheese is touted by the dairy industry to be a health food. Cheeses causes most constipations. It is not possible to classify it as a health food, but instead should be classified as the number one menace.

A little bulk or bran added to the diet will expedite the transient time through the colon only if the residue is not high viscid, with cheese it has a negative effect.

When wine is consumed with a meal containing cheese, the wine creates better digestion of the cheese. The alcohol from the wine, mixed with the food, serves as a preservative in the colon reducing the toxic effect.

Never, never tolerate constipation. It is an awesome creator of disease.

Gordon Butler, DC
Escondido, California

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