Here’s How to Clean Your Personal Sewer System
As soon as I get ethics (can you get those on eBay?) maybe I can join the Brotherhood of Bloggers and get this type of material banned.
— Nuts, I was working up to a perfectly good rant, and looks like the blog has already been blown up. —
Oh well, never let the small stuff stop me before.
I didn’t need to read about mucus in my GI tract, and relating it to cleaning the sewer. I don’t want to read about fluid secretion during diarrhea.
1. Helps digestion. Bromelain in pineapple helps break down protein, which is why some people use pineapple juice to tenderize meat.
2. Good source of nutrient. It contains a lot of manganese, vitamin C and B1.
3. Great for your gastrointestinal tract. Bromelain can dilute the mucus in your gastrointestinal tract for a good cleanup. Think of it like cleaning the sewer by first dissolving the grimes stuck to the walls; then it’s easier to flush everything away.
4. Ease diarrhea. Intake of fresh pineapple reduce intestinal fluid secretion, which can reduce excretion of your nutrient and water during diarrhea.
I like pineapple, we don’t buy the whole pineapples because they are a
booger chore to clean. This post had the opposite effect on me than intended. I won’t be able to look at a pineapple for a long time without thinking about how I need a good cleaning in my personal sewer system.
Too graphical? Hmm… sometimes the truth is too much to handle. Point taken though, I’ll tone it down in my future posts.
That’s what you get reading “Elder” material. What was a young guy like you doing reading publications for old folks? elder def: aged, ancient,of greater age. Since when do you qualify?
@Paul: hope your site is working again. Read what Prairie Gourmet says about “elder”
@Prairie Gourmet: Paul, Ronni at As Times Goes By and I have a running dispute about using “elder.” They use it as meaning wisdom. I think it sounds ancient.
Today while I was waiting for my soap opera, I caught the last few minutes of an infomercial for some colon cleanse system. There was a runner across the top of the screen telling how John Wayne and Elvis’s colons weighed 45 lbs when they died. I found that information intriguing, but it was when the guy started talking about mucous and intestinal sludge that I slowly put down my sandwich and lost my appetite altogether. My intestinal sludge is kind of personal and I’d rather not discuss it during the noon hour. Ugh.
When would be a good time to discuss your intestinal sludge? I have a weird friend that wants to talk to you.
Thanks for the article! Here is a colon cleanse review that you might also find useful in learning how to clean our personal sewer….