Digestion Problems

Burping, bloating, and being gassy are signs that your di­gestion isn’t perfect. What has gone wrong? Burps are gases es­caping upward. Bloating is due to bubbles of gas causing pressure. Your body does not make gas! Gas can only be made by bacteria. The immediate conclusion is that bacteria are growing in your digestive tract (stomach and intestines) that should not be allowed to do so. They are likely to be the common enteric (digestive tract) bacteria: Salmonellas, Shigellas, E. coli, Bacteroides fragilis.

You may wish to identify them before killing them with the zapper. or you can sweep through the whole bacterial and viral range killing all with a frequency generator. The good effects can be felt in an hour, although the last gases may take days to get rid of. Salmonella and Bacteroides fragilis are two bacteria that can eat bile, and can do without oxygen, so they are com­

monly seen in the liver. Bacteroides probably escaped from its roundworm host, Ascaris. Salmonella probably came with non — sterile dairy food.

If you have an intestinal problem involving digestion or pain, start immediately to boil all dairy foods. stop eating those that can’t be boiled: cheese sandwiches, yogurt, ice cream. It must be boiled for 10 seconds. The bacteria are in the liver because your liver attempted to strain them out of your blood and lymph in order to kill them with bile. Instead, they turned around and “ate” the bile, turning it brown as evidence. Now, every time the liver lets down bile into the intestine (and stomach), a population of these bacteria goes with it. The intestine becomes a seething mass of bacteria, bubbling away as they produce CO2, SO2, H2S, CO (carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide). Some of these gases are quite toxic.

Help your liver expel its bacterial overload with liver cleanses (page 552) until all the bile is a beautiful bright green. This is evident as dark brown bowel movements. Without the green color of bile added to your intestine, the bowel movement remains light colored, such as tan, yellow or orange! By stopping eating polluted food, killing bacteria and cleansing the liver, digestion becomes normal again.

Of course, there must be enough acid in the stomach and di­gestive enzymes produced to make good digestion possible. Otherwise, leftover food goes to feed the waiting bacteria.

Persons with a chronic digestion problem may also find they harbor lead, cadmium, or mercury in the intestine! This is very good in a sense. Your body has kept these toxins in the intestine, preventing it from getting into your vital organs. The bad news is that their presence in the intestine could start an intestinal disease. Toxins in the intestine would inhibit your immune system (here the white blood cells are in clumps called Peyer’s patches), from gobbling up the “bad” enteric bacteria. Maybe the “good” bacteria found your intestine too toxic to live there. Clean up your dentalware. Search for lead and cadmium in your drinking water. After improving your lifestyle, continue to do liver cleanses. Keep your goals high: a flat tummy that feels en­ergetic, no burps or gas.

Stomach ache (page 98) and hiatal hernia (page 133) are also digestive problems but are dealt with under pain. (See also lower abdominal pains, page 97, and appendicitis, page 100).

Alan Barth had his two young sons with him. One of them had a very sensitive stomach, a poor appetite, wanting nothing but sweets or chips to eat. The 16 year old had aches and pains that were keeping him out of sports. The father had a tonsil problem; they swelled if he drank milk. One problem was obvious. Their milk was tainted with Salmonellas and Shigellas, setting up throat problems for the father, stomach problems for one child and a pain syndrome for the other child. Boiling all their milk, not bringing raw chicken into the house (Salmonella Source) and stopping eating yogurt and cheese was the solution. There were traces of lead in their tap water and the house air had vanadium in it, announcing a gas leak. They were all heavily parasitized. When these problems were cleaned up, the whole family’s health improved.

Kae Nakajima, middle age, had a history of ulcers and stomach prob­lems. She took a lot of Zantac™ and Tagamet™ over the years.

She was drinking coffee, tea and colas. She had Ascaris and cadmium in her stomach. Five months later she had cleaned up everything except dentalware and was feeling very good. She didn’t need any medicines. She still had arthritis and sinus prob­lems but felt so encouraged she had the dental work scheduled.

Sven Lippencott, age 4, had been tube fed for several years due to weak stomach action. He was quite underweight for his age. He had a population of intestinal fluke in his stomach along with arse­nic (pesticide). The rest of the family also had intestinal flukes. After killing parasites and washing the upholstered furniture, Sven’s appetite went up so he ate more by mouth and grew immediately. But he soon picked up Ascaris and cat liver fluke (there was an indoor cat). Then the whole family got intestinal flukes again. They all, including Sven, drank carbonated beverages ad

libitum (whenever they wished). With both parents working it would not be possible to discipline the habit. Sven had wood alcohol, methyl butyl ketone, hexanedione, methylene chloride and toluene buildup making his recovery hopeless.