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Persantine (Dipyridamole)

Other names: Nimodipine
One of the inevitable side effects of food allergy illness is constipation. Invariably, allergy sufferers will experience recurring trouble with this insidious allergy symptom, throughout their lives. Attempts to rectify the problem will always fail, until the allergenic food is detected and removed from the diet.
Dr Vayda says that, due to modern medical care, more and more babies are surviving with errors of metabolism, suspect enzyme and other genetic deficiencies, which make digestion of some foods difficult for them. As discussed in earlier chapters, grains are notoriously difficult to digest and pose great strain on an imperfect digestive system.
However, it is not only cereal foods that are a problem. Studies have shown that the intestine can be partially ‘paralysed’ by a large influx of any allergenic matter, causing a marked slowing down in the digestive and evacuative processes. Chronic constipation, therefore, can be regarded as one of the major signs, and major symptoms, of an unrecognized food allergy condition. Unfortunately, when this problem has been going on for years, as often is the case, damage may result to the colon. When this happens, doctors diagnose diverticulitis, colitis, cancer, or some other colonic disease, as the cause. Whereas, what they should be looking at is what caused the ’cause’. Often, the original problem will be a continuing reaction, by the body, to an allergenic food, or foods, eaten unwittingly over many years. Remember, that to an allergic person, allergenic food is toxic and what he is doing by eating it, is slowly poisoning himself — possibly to death.
Not only can the colon, itself, become a target organ, as the result of slow processing of fermenting, toxin-laden rubbish, but the liver, also, can be affected. The colon completes the digestive process by mulching the chyme and absorbing the remaining liquids and nutrients into the bloodstream, which are then returned to the liver for processing. Toxin-laden allergenic matter, entering the bloodstream, can cause further problems by prolonging allergic reactions and overloading the liver. As a result, the liver ceases to do its work effectively, and this leads to further toxic overload in the body.
Therefore, keeping the colon free of slow-moving allergenic matter is of vital importance. Whilst this material is still in your body, you will continue to suffer from allergy symptoms. Once it is evacuated, or removed, your symptoms will begin to disappear, providing you avoid intake of further allergenic substances.
Keeping the colon clean, achieves two purposes. Firstly, it will prevent the deterioration of the colon itself into a spastic and, finally, diseased state. Secondly, it will ensure that symptoms are minimised by shortening the time that allergenic matter remains in the body. Obviously, the best way of helping the colon is to avoid allergenic foods, but this is often not a simple process, taking time, perhaps many months, before the individual’s allergens are fully identified. Even after this has happened, it may be that he, or she, will choose to eat allergenic food, from time to time, simply to provide a dietary change, or because there is nothing else available. If this is done occasionally, it should not cause undue harm, however while this food remains in the body, allergic reactions and temporary damage will take place. Dr N.W. Walker, a world renowned authority on the colon.
the elimination of undigested food and other waste products is equally as important as the proper digestion and assimilation of food. In fact, because of the danger of the inevitable effects of toxaemia, of toxic poisons, as the outcome of the neglected accumulation and failure to expel faeces, debris and other waste matter from the body, I can think of nothing more significant or vital! Few of us realize that failure to effectively eliminate waste products from the body causes so much fermentation and putrefaction in the larger intestine, or colon, that the neglected accumulation of such waste can, and frequently does, result in a lingering demise.

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