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Inflammation

According to numerous studies, unwanted bacterial products called endotoxins can sometimes "leak" through and enter the bloodstream 

When this happens, our immune system recognizes these foreign molecules and mounts an attack against them, resulting in a chronic inflammatory response 

This diet-induced inflammation may trigger insulin resistance (driving type 2 diabetes), leptin resistance (causing obesity), fatty liver disease, and has been strongly linked to many of the world's most serious diseases 

Keep in mind that this is an area of research that is rapidly developing. No clear answers have been discovered yet, and chances are that the science will look completely different in a few years.

 

 

Put simply, inflammation is the response of the immune system to foreign invaders, toxins or cell injury.

 

 

 

The purpose of inflammation is to affect the function of immune cells, blood vessels and signalling molecules, to initiate an attack against foreign invaders or toxins, and begin repair of damaged structures.

 

We're all familiar with acute (short-term) inflammation.

 

For example, if you get bitten by a bug, or hit your big toe on the doorstep, then you will become inflamed.

 

The area will become red, hot and painful. This is inflammation at play.

 

Inflammation is generally considered to be a good thing. Without it, pathogens like bacteria and viruses could easily take over our bodies and kill us.

 

However, there is another type of inflammation that may be harmful, because it is inappropriately deployed against the body's cells .

 

This is a type of inflammation that is active all the time, and may be present in your entire body. If is often called chronic inflammation, low-grade inflammation, or systemic inflammation .

 

For example, your blood vessels (like your coronary arteries) may be inflamed, as well as structures in your brain (.

 

It is now believed that chronic, systemic inflammation is one of the leading drivers of some of the world's most serious diseases.

 

This includes obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, Alzheimer's disease depression and numerous others .

 

COFFEE ENEMAS ARE KNOWN TO REDUCE INFLAMMATION

Coffee enemas flush out bacteria, heavy metals, fungus and yeast, and candida from the digestive tract.  Coffee enemas also flush the liver and colon.  This in turn will reduce inflammation in the body, because your digestive tract and liver are cleared of bacteria and toxins that cause inflammation.  The purest coffee in the world for enemas is  Purelife Organic Enema Coffee / Medium Air Roast / Ground / Gerson Accepted 1 lb.

 

  PROBIOTICS CAN HELP REDUCE INFLAMMATION

Research into the effects of probiotics is offering more insight into their ability to moderate immune response and aid in decreasing inflammation. The Arthritis Foundation acknowledges recent research that revealed the anti-inflammatory properties of Bifidobacterium infantis in reducing arthritis symptom.