No need for using probiotics after Colon Cleansing
There is a lot of fuss made over taking probiotics which consists of acidophilus and other bacteria. Frankly ‘pro-biotic’ means ‘for the body, for the biology, in favor of the body’, so these bacteria are supposed to keep the harmful destructive bacteria at bay and once the colon has been cleaned out, it is determined that many of these friendly bacteria are flushed out along with other destructive bacteria and that there is a deficiency, a lack, of these probiotic bacteria; and by ingesting these bacteria orally through the mouth it is believed that this will replenish the bacteria population to help with the digestion and with immune protective benefits.
So the idea is, the theory is, very,very good, everyone who is being told that would probably believe it. I have my doubts about it and I am probably an isolationist in that sense, I am pretty much alone in this regard that I do not propose that everyone should take probiotics who has cleaned out their colon, and my reason for that is that once you clean out the colon successfully you are generating a clean environment where within the next 24 – 48 hours the body has, on its own, generated and repopulated the normal number of probiotic bacteria.
In an unhealthy, unclean environment that would be more difficult because, let’s say, if you have constipation or sluggish bowel movements and there is protrusion of the belly where you have accumulated a lot of undigested food over a period of years, in that environment you do not require as many probiotic bacteria as you require destructive bacteria. In fact if you then introduce probiotic bacteria into that environment, these probiotic bacteria would die off very quickly because they are not utilized. If food has been fermented and putrefied, you require destructive bacteria more than probiotic bacteria and it is not good to interfere with the process of breaking down these waste matters that the body is trying to diminish any way that is possible.
So I would suggest to being more cautious with such advice and take probiotics only in extreme cases when there is chronic inflammation, severe inflammation of the large intestine, then in that situation it may be useful even though it has never been proven to be beneficial, but I do not think it would cause a lot of harm.
On the other hand, when we introduce probiotic bacteria after every colonic, the body is not able to proliferate them at a faster speed than it would do that on its own, and any extra bacteria introduced in large quantities may in fact die prematurely, and they will leave a massive number of dead corpses of bacteria that then adds to the waste that the body has to eliminate. So it is not just about just introducing these bacteria, there are some foods that contain useful bacteria, if you eat naturally made yogurt yes, you may start off some of the bacteria are grown, you can try that.
It doesn’t necessarily help everyone, I know that pitta body types will have more problems with yoghurt and they do not digest it very well. So if you do not digest it, then it is not going to be of much use. You will actually generate more destructive bacteria from the yogurt than you would make good ones. The other thing, if you want to take anything, I would suggest squeeze or make some juice of red or white cabbage.
White cabbage particularly can be very useful, so make half a glass of cabbage juice and drink that, then that will allow the body to manufacture its own probiotic bacteria at its own speed and when necessary, rather than introducing already grown or developed bacteria into the gut which in my opinion is not supportive for good health but at the end you have to try it out and see if it works for you; if it doesn’t work do not pursue that.
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