What is the real culprit behind aging, weight problems, and illness? Accumulation. Namely, the accumulation of substances, mostly from the foods we ingest.
When you see a wrinkled, heavy, tired-looking 60-year-old person, you should know that he/she do not look this way because he/she has gone around the sun 60 times. Time alone does not age the body. Don’t confuse time with accumulation. The average 60-year-old today reflects 60 years of over-consumption and under-elimination, whereas the average 20-year-old reflects 20 years of the same. Again, accumulation, not time, is the culprit.
Your physical (and mental) signs of age, weight, and illness are all a result of the substances you have taken into your body over your lifetime that have not fully left the body. Over-consumption always leaves a residue (much more than you might think). This is why supplements and so-called “detox” products—even the highest quality ones—cannot remove accumulation and make you well. They only provide the potential to eliminate. Until you have copious bowel eliminations or profound skin eliminations (deep sweats), you have not detoxified.
A 60-year-old can look as young as 20 if he/she has the same degree of accumulation in the body. If a person has spent his/her years eating only what is needed and eliminating fully, using colonics as necessary to support complete elimination and prevent accumulation, he/she will be perfectly youthful inside and out.
Let me explain “the journey of waste accumulation” to help you understand how accumulation takes place and how easy it is to clear…
From the earliest months and years of life, substances begin to enter the body that do not belong there. These sludgy foods (particularly infant formula, cow dairy, and grain) move slowly through the intestines.
At first, the young, able body holds up fairly well against these obstacles, but eventually there is too much mucus and drying waste sitting in the intestines. The child may still be eliminating a bit, but is consuming too much unfit food to overcome the congestion, which gradually gets worse.
When the intestine gets too backed-up, the waste is absorbed into the tissues of the intestinal walls to make space. Where does that absorbed matter go? Into the blood and organs that lie on the other side of the intestinal walls. The matter begins to circulate throughout the body, eventually landing and nesting somewhere. This happens continuously from this moment forward. With every bit of intake, the full intestinal path struggles to keep the pathway clear by absorbing the putrid waste that is obstructing the flow. Some of it passes out the bowel while the rest is absorbed. Thus the assembly line of waste marches on over time, and you’ve got a serious case of accumulation.
Now look at your body: look at your cellulite, your wrinkles, contemplate that lump or other aberration deep inside you. These are symptoms of the accumulated waste that landed where it was never meant to go, clogging pathways that need to be clear to help you stay healthy, youthful and lean.
You were never meant to eat those unfit foods, let alone in those quantities. And now you have diabetes or eczema or asthma or osteoporosis or cancer and there are doctors and researchers scratching their heads over a cure.
The cure is simple: accumulation got you into this mess, and removing that accumulation is the only thing that can get you out.
The modern approach to finding a “cure” for cancer will fail until the true cause is acknowledged: accumulation of physical substances and emotional pain. But the average person would rather seek a cure outside of him/herself than challenge the conventional modes of eating and living—even if it means dying. It’s madness!
I see my beautiful friends aging before my eyes, getting diagnosed with all kinds of sickness. Yet most of them fail to look at the accumulation in their bodies and choose to take the prescribed drugs, which will only make matters worse.
Contemplating the return to physical perfection is not for the faint of heart. It means eating simply and cleansing the bowel for as long as it takes to self-heal, and then making it a permanent lifestyle choice.
Of course, the joys and rewards are indescribable. It is sheer liberation if you can be brave enough to face the issue of over-accumulation and correct it. Clean the colon and large intestine through enemas/colonics and Quick Exit eating (which I describe at length in my books) so the emptied intestine can pull back all the other waste from throughout the body for elimination.
Day after day, you will remove more of all that accumulated waste as it makes its way from the nesting grounds in the cells and tissues back into the colon and out of your body. Your body is always seeking to do this. You need only give it the chance through Quick Exit eating and a clear, receptive colon.
Then, just kick back and observe how every elimination leaves you younger looking, slimmer, and less symptomatic of your ailments until you are perfectly functioning and beautiful at last!
Rejoice, my friends, for we have finally debunked the myth of aging!