By Dr. William Donald Kelley
If there were only one kind of pill that would help everybody, the cancer patient or otherwise, it would be Okra-Pepsin-E3, a mucus dissolver. It would probably do the nation’s health more good than any other one pill. It digests the mucus that coats the walls of many peoples’ small intestine. Certain foods such as pasteurized milk and many cooked foods cause the mucus buildup on the walls of the small intestine. Raw foods do not cause this mucus buildup.
The mucus coats the villi on the wall of the small intestine. The villi are like tiny fingers that stick out from the intestine wall to absorb nutrients from the digested food which is primarily liquid. The mucus on the villi blocks the absorption of nutrients from the food. Sometimes the mucus gets so thick and tough it is almost like a plastic film. Almost no nutrition can get through to the body.
Okra-Pepsin-E3 is indicated for both underweight and overweight people. In both cases, nutrients are not being absorbed. Even if they take enzymes to digest the food they eat, they absorb only the smaller carbohydrate molecules while the larger protein molecules are blocked. In underweight people, the carbohydrates are used efficiently (burned for energy, not turned into fat) but the person becomes thin as they lose muscle mass from lack of protein absorption. In overweight people, carbohydrates are not used efficiently (turned into fat) and this causes the person to become overweight as they also lose muscle mass. While taking the Okra-Pepsin-E3 capsules, people who have heavily mucus coated intestines might find mucus coming out with their stool, convoluted like the intestines.
Jim Foley’s colon pills help to digest mucus but a mucus dissolver can speed up and expedite removal of the hardened mucus lining. Okra-Pepsin-E3 usually requires a prescription from a health professional including a chiropractor.
We have found an equally effective mucus digester called Mullzyme which does not need a prescription. This natural herbal pill does one thing. It digests hardened mucus layers lining the intestinal walls. It will take time but each day, little by little, mucus is digested.
|Mullein is an herb from the Snapdragon family. Nutritionally speaking, it has been used to help mucus membranes and acts as an expectorant breaking down mucus along the respiratory and digestive tracts. It also has strong anti-inflammatory activities. Mullein works better when combined with enzymes such as pepsin, the main enzyme of gastric juice, bromelain from pineapples which reduces inflammation and breaks down proteins and pectin from citrus peel and apples. When combined with bromelain, pectin helps digest carbohydrates, fats and proteins.Mullzyme provides 200 mg of Mullein, 210 mg Pepsin, 50 mg Bromelain and 100 mg of Pectin.
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