Tag: Gut

March 23, 2023

We cannot blame natural foods for our digestive er

We cannot blame natural foods for our digestive errors. If one has what they percieve as a “poor reaction” to natural foods, there is an underlying root cause. The root cause is predominantly of detoxification, and gut damage from eating improper foods and injesting poisons, usually for decades. It is a slow, cumulative process of

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February 28, 2023

I know a lot of what we read online is not true bu May be an image of dog and tex

I know a lot of what we read online is not true but what can you say when someone shows you this? I know its not true but both sides of the argument are just saying the other information is incorrect… Our most acidic stomach PH in the animal kingdom not only hints at our

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February 19, 2023

Welcome to all our new group members! We are getti

Welcome to all our new group members! We are getting a lot of new members each week and we want to make sure everyone gets the full advantage of all of the information we have available here! New Members: Please take a moment to read our recommended reading document: https://www.facebook.com/notes/terrain-model-refutes-germ-theory/recommended-reading/764366634437978/ There is a lot of

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February 7, 2023

I’ve been working on transitioning to the terrain

I’ve been working on transitioning to the terrain model for the past few months. Recently, for diverticulosis, I did a 2 week juice fast. I understand that juice is not ideal as it is stripped of the fiber, but I really need to give my gut a break to clear old waste quickly. It worked

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January 24, 2023

Tapeworms, parasites, dogs

Lauren Whiteman, I just saw a recent post in the pet group about tapeworms. I know that parasites in the human body feed on toxic substances (heavy metals, mode, improper food.) However, they are mobilized by serotonin which 90% of it is produced in the gut by fiber rich foods, which is what we should

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