Your Digestive System Simplified
Part of understanding how a low sugar diet effects your overall health is knowing how your digestive system works. Sound complicated? It’s actually not as complicated as you might imagine.
Think of your human digestive system as your own personal internal food processing factory with a receiving department (stomach), nutrition department (small intestine), and waste disposal department (colon and rectum). Most of your nutritional needs are absorbed in the small intestine, except for water, sodium and potassium, which are primarily absorbed in the colon. Further, be aware that the inner wall of your colon gets a completely new cellular lining (mucosa) each and every week.
So there you have a simplified explanation and look at the human digestive system. You have an extremely efficient internal food processing factory to accept food and drink, process it, and get rid of the waste. You don’t even have to think about all the great things your internal factory does for you, because it is there to serve you. Keep it happy with the SOS Diet, along with fiber and fluids, and it will keep you happy as well. As you can see, this is not rocket science; it’s just digestion!
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