David Webster – Colon Flora: The Missing Link in Health

Categories: Health & Wellness

The bacterial population of the colon (colon flora) determines its health. Substances in the colon are transported to the liver through the mesenteric and portal veins, and then to the rest of the body. Many of us have begun cleansing and using acidophilus without understanding how the colon works.

The colon is not merely an organ of elimination – it is a significant digestive organ. David Webster, a veteran researcher, author of Achieve Maximum Health, founder of Advanced Health Solutions, and the creator of the WitKit Self-Help Enema System and Beyond Toothpaste, relates the facts, misinformation, and confusion about this organ and what it means to establish and maintain colon health.

Colon flora plays a vital role in the immune system; it is one of the body’s defense measures against disease-forming microorganisms (or pathogens). The establishment of colon lactobacteria paves the way to proper colon pH, for which a clear and guiding science exists. There’s no time like the present to learn about it. What used to be embarrassing and shameful may fascinate you to no end! Discover colon flora, the missing link in health.

6 comments… add one
  • valerie brooks Feb 4, 2010 @ 13:01

    Great Show, I head on planet Venus they are so evolved, they know exactly what minerals, etc are needed to maintain health. Right now, it’s known and there are some tests but medical care won’t address this. They seem to decide if you should live or die in the hospitals and even at the doctor’s….I haven’t seen a program that is serious about body purification…that is affordable.

  • Marga Nov 27, 2010 @ 13:36

    I’m listening Kim, and passing on your shows. Good quality interviews. I’m always looking forward to them 🙂

    • Kim Greenhouse Nov 29, 2010 @ 18:03

      Thank you Marga. We so appreciate it.

      • Stan Johnson Oct 10, 2014 @ 10:11

        Kim is David still alive I cant find his website thewholewhey.com anywhere on the net.
        Trying to purchase this product.

        • Site Admin Oct 13, 2014 @ 8:11

          Hi Stan,

          Unfortunately, David passed away several years ago. I’m sorry to be the messenger of sad news.

  • Steve Jan 6, 2013 @ 8:23

    Interesting show but I think some probiotics do make it to the colon. When I have to take antibiotics I take Florastor with it which is a probiotic yeast that keeps C. Diff in check. Without Florastor I couldn’t take antibiotics for more than two days without getting ill.

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