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Imsyser 3 Step Health Kit


Imsyser 3 Step Health Kit

R 450.00

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  • It is a fact that the role and importance of bacteria in human health has been grossly
  • underestimated and generally misunderstood by members of the public, as well as
  • many in the medical fraternity. This brief overview will help to provide a vital
  • understanding of bacteria in its relationship to the human body, and how the handling
  • of bacteria alone opens the door to a new era in human health.


The gastro-intestinal tract’s healthy function relies on the presence of beneficial bacteria. Beneficial bacteria aid in digestion, correct pH balance, break down of foods and the prevention of the build up of harmful bacteria. A different cross section of beneficial bacteria types exists in different parts of the small and large intestine. They act to consume much of the simple carbohydrate food sources available in the intestinal tract so that bad bacteria and organisms are deprived of food and cannot grow. The bacteria in your bowels out number the cells in your body by a factor of 10 to one.

This gut flora has incredible power over the immune system, meaning that the health of the body is largely tied into the health of the gut. This becomes understandable when one looks at the fact that there are over 100 trillion bacteria – about 2 kilograms worth – that line the intestinal tract. This is an extremely complex living system that aggressively protects the body from outside offenders.Beneficial bacteria (as well as pathogens) are almost completely killed off with the use of antibiotics, which many GPs tend to give out like candy to patients who come with any kind of bacterial or viral illness.

Repeated use of antibiotics can virtually eradicate the good bacteria in the gut, which have to build up from scratch again each time a course of antibiotics is taken, allowing bad bacteria and harmful yeasts to take a foot hold in the GI tract and multiply at a high rate. This is exacerbated by poor modern diets high in sugar and simple carbohydrates. In addition, there is considerable evidence to suggest that eating antibiotics-fed animal meat can kill off good bacteria in the GI tract and therefore encourage harmful micro-organism over growth. Most non-organic meat derives from antibiotics fed animals.Pathogenic bacteria, Candida and parasites thrive and grow in number on account of modern eating habits, mainly a high sugar intake, a high pasteurized dairy intake(many vegetarians), a high wheat (bread) intake and high alcohol intake.

Diets high in such foods tend to provide an ideal environment for harmful organisms in the intestinal tract, which multiply in alarming numbers. All of the foreign organism problems have a major impact on the digestive system and overall health. They put a constant strain on the immune system and excrete a variety of toxins straight into the blood and digestive system (including Hydrogen Sulphide), often spread through out the entire body, and may well contribute to early aging.

Poor digestion also leads topoor nutrient uptake and vitamin and mineral deficiencies that, over years, can buildup and massively impact the bio-chemical balance of the body and the efficiency o fthe basic processes therein, such as the neurotransmitters, hormones and energy production. Harmful organisms are known to contribute to conditions such as IrritableBowel Syndrome (IBS) and Irritable Bowel Disease (Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’sDisease).

These conditions are likely to be partly the result of inflammation on account of overgrowth of harmful organisms and presence of large amounts of toxins in the GI tract. There are currently (as of June 2008) 2904 studies on IBS listed onPubMed (the US National Library of Medicine) and it is indeed curious that so few doctors and GPs have any knowledge in this area.Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) is an endogenous (growing within the organism and not having any external cause) toxin produced in the body by the action of bad bacteria and fungi (such as Candida Albicans) fermenting sugar in the gastrointestinal tract.Elevated levels of H2S in the blood and tissues can result in mitochondrial


ANY road to true wellness starts with getting rid of the road block – toxic waste in our digestive system.

As per article written by Dr. Jensen

Anything we ingest that our bodies have difficulty with is normally covered with mucus as a defensive reaction – this could include the many chemicals used in our food production to the preservatives used in vaccines.

This mucus and waste would normally be expelled into the toilet.

Unfortunately many of us do not consume enough fibre and water in our diet with the result that the mucus and waste builds up in thick layers within our small intestines and colon.

By the time we’re adults we could be walking around with kilos of putrid waste in our bodies that we’re not even aware of.

Just one of the bad things this waste does is to interfere with nutrient absorption. This is why unhealthy conditions persist even when we change to healthier diets. We could be eating very healthily and taking all kinds of health supplements – but how much is really getting absorbed?

Another serious consequence is on our moods and emotions. 90% of the ‘feel good’ hormone serotonin is produced in the small intestines – are you moody and sometimes depressed? Your serotonin levels may be low due to this waste.

Dr Bernard Jensen who is a respected authority on intestinal cleansing explains – The heavy mucus coating thickens and becomes a host of putrefaction. The blood capillaries to the intestines begin to pick up the toxins, poisons and noxious debris as it seeps through the bowel wall. All tissues and organs of the body are now taking on toxic substances. You now have auto-intoxication. This is when your body becomes so polluted that you poison yourself from the inside.

When we have these sewer like conditions within our bodies it should be no surprise that we develop illness and suffer conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, gout, low energy and general ill health.


With correct detoxing we can get rid of this mucus and years old waste by doing a deep intestinal cleanse. Depending upon age and other factors this can take several weeks to several months. Doing the cleanse can start reversing the damage and allow the body to heal many adverse conditions. The cleanse will involve taking quality fibres and herbs on a daily basis with plenty of water.

You can work and follow you’re regular diet. When the mucus and waste starts coming out you will see it in the toilet. It will often be floating and looks like ropey fat. It will also have the shape of the intestines because it’s been inside you for years.

Another part of the body that gets congested is the liver and gall bladder. Cleansing of these important organs can also give amazing health benefits. The liver is the main chemical and hormone factory of the body and has over 500 functions. These functions include the controlling of cholesterol levels and the activation and deactivation of hormones not to mention its role in the digestion process. You may have heard about gall stones. These calcified stones are hard and easily seen with x-ray. Before the stones calcify and harden they are soft and cannot be seen on x-ray. The majority of us may have many soft stones choking our liver and gall bladder. This can be proven by doing a 1 day cleanse called a liver and gall bladder flush which ejects the stones into the toilet the following morning.



All immune system related illnesses including:

  • Stress
  • High blood sugar (diabetes)
  • Colds and flu
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • SLE (Lupus)
  • Psoriasis and skin problems
  • Coxsackie Virus
  • HIV / AIDS
  • Certain cancers
  • Menopause
  • Chemotherapy
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Gout
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Sleeplessness
  • Tuberculosis
  • Mouth lesions
  • Wound healing
  • Memory loss and bad concentration
  • Bacterial infections like sinusitis and tonsillitis
  • Blood pressure and cholesterol abnormalities
  • Poor blood circulation
  • Impaired lung function
  • Prostate hypertrophy, tumours and cysts
  • Impotence
  • Testicular tumours
  • Urinary and Uterine infections
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Spastic colon

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