Battle of The Bulge
You may have heard the expression "midriff bulge" used to describe a person with an extended or protruding abdomen. Other terms people use are "beer belly", "pot belly", and "beer gut". The medical term for this is bloat.
Having too much fat around the mid-section is not the only cause of this extension. Most likely it's a serious build-up of toxic fecal matter in the intestines and colon that is contributing to a chronic outward swelling of the person's belly.
People are needlessly dying with conditions that can be eradicated simply by cleaning the colon. Probably every American has issues with the sewer system of our most important organ, the colon, the soul of health. No one has found the answer. Dr.Miller has been working on this product, perfecting it for consumption for every age and weight, for over 20 years. We want to tell everyone how to be healthy and happy, as God intended for the body to be balanced and fine-tuned. As simple as drinking a glass of tea.This condition called bloating is NOT the stomach making the belly stick out, for the stomach is located ABOVE the transverse colon, beside the liver. Bloat is the COLON (large intestine) expanding due to the impacted fecal matter building up inside.
There is a reported case of an individual who had their colon removed due to cancer. The diameter of the diseased colon had stretched to 9 inches from the normal 2 to 2.5 inches, yet the orifice through which food was able to pass was smaller than a standard pencil!
It is rumored that when the beloved singer/actor Elvis Presley died, the autopsy revealed that his bloated body had about 50 pounds of impacted fecal matter in his digestive tract! The same situation is said to have occurred with the famous Hollywood actor, John Wayne, who had even more pounds of toxic fecal matter in his digestive tract when he died.
Obviously, cleaning out the impacted fecal matter in your own body could contribute to a slimming of the abdomen and some significant weight loss. It might also save your life. It will certainly improve the quality of your life.
The average healthy person who is not constipated will carry about 5 pounds of fecal matter in their intestines and colon at any one time. Many carry 6 to 12 pounds, but don't show the symptom of bloating because the colon will first drop down internally before it starts to expand outwardly when even more toxic waste accumulates.
But people who are constipated or irregular can be carrying up to 40 pounds or more of this toxic fecal matter which is continually poisoning their body and organs, providing an environment conducive to the formation of polyps and colon cancer cells, blocking the passage of waste material, and inhibiting the absorption of nutrients and electrolytes and water.