4 Amazing Benefits of Removing Mucoid Plaque
All those years of inhaling plastics and pesticides can cause Mucous to build up in our intestines. This article can help you understand the dangers, and also the Health Benefits of Removing Mucoid Plaque in 2019!
The Benefits of Removing Mucoid Plaque are:
- Improves our Gut Health
- Can Relieve Back Pain, Allergies, Frequent Colds and the Flu
- Can Protect Us from Gastric Cancer
- Helps Us Achieve Optimal Health
Whether you have experience with detoxification or are a beginner, this article can help understand what Mucoid Plaque is and how your health can benefit by removing it. Keep reading to also see pictures and video…
What is Mucoid Plaque and Why Is It Bad?
First, let’s figure out what exactly is Mucoid Plaque. Your answer may vary depending on who you ask but I’ll cover the gist of it here.
Conventional Medicine has long recognized Mucoid Plaque and defines it as a “membrane of mucus, fibrin, necrotic cells, and a variable inflammatory exudate”. 
Additionally, Mucoid Plaque is a term used by many Holistic Doctors and Researchers to describe the uniform rubbery layers of mucous and rotting food, which compact themselves year after year along the entire length of the digestive tract. 
Check out this Youtube Video from Detox Expert, Josh Macin to see Mucoid Plaque in person!
Interesting video, right?
Simply put, Mucoid Plaque is build up in one’s colon caused by anything ingested that is not real food, which acts as an irritant and is hard to digest due to its foreign nature and builds up in the colon.
Skeptics Call Mucoid Plaque “BioFilm”
Alternatively, as with almost everything, there are skeptics that deny the existence of Mucoid Plaque.
Interestingly enough, these same skeptics that deny the existence of Mucoid Plaque don’t deny the healing effects that people experience after detoxifying the digestive tract.
It also seems that, as to not align themselves with more holistic practitioners, Conventional Medicine has termed this phenomenon as “Biofilm”, rather than Mucoid Plaque.
WebMD even discusses the topic stating “like tooth plaque and slime on pond stones, these Biofilms may coat the mucus layer of cells lining the colon.” 
Regardless of what one calls it, there is a general consensus that there can be a buildup of a foreign substance in the digestive tract.
Removing Mucoid Plaquie Works Like a Sink Drain…
Think about a sink drain, which is meant for the disposal of fairly fluid liquids; however, inevitably hair, toothpaste, dust, etc occasionally get washed down your sink drain.
Over time and with the continued introduction of non-fluid substances, the mechanism ceases to drain efficiently and you have to call a plumber or run to the store to buy some Drano.
Something similar happens to the human digestive tract.
As I mentioned earlier, ingesting anything but real food can contribute to the accumulation of Mucoid Plaque in the colon. By real food, I mean food that you could theoretically cultivate on your own, i.e., fruits and vegetables.
The standard American diet contains little real food. Sadly, the standard American diet is comprised mainly of toxic junk, think fast food and extensive ingredient lists that are impossible to pronounce.
Nutritionfacts.org explains that “[a] 2010 report from the National Cancer Institute on the status of the American diet” concluded that “nearly the entire U.S. population consumes a diet that is not on par with recommendations. These findings add another piece to the rather disturbing picture that is emerging of a nation’s diet in crisis.” 
Diet isn’t the only culprit here, many prescription drugs and over the counter medications are to blame as well, especially the overuse of antibiotics, which throws off the entire gut Microbiome.
The Dangers of Mucoid Plaque
Now, why is Mucoid Plaque so bad?
#1- First off, it is an accumulation of all that “food” and “medicine” that is completely foreign and, quite frankly, toxic to our bodies.
The Mucoid Plaque builds up on our intestinal walls and blocks the absorption of nutrients. This is especially frustrating because this can mean that even when we make healthy food choices, due to poor past choices, our bodies can’t fully benefit from a nutrient rich diet until we expel all that Mucoid Plaque Buildup.
#2- From a Functional stand point, the mucoid plaque slows the flow of things and causes constipation.
“The intestinal walls contain long muscles whose job it is to keep things moving along. These muscles gradually become overstretched and weakened by the pressure of too much waste pushing against them, expanding outward, like blowing up a long thin balloon. Thus peristalsis – the normal wavelike muscular motion of the colon – is further inhibited and blockage is again promoted.” 
I’m sure you can imagine the slew of symptoms that can cascade from a bowel blockage.
Unfortunately, when it gets severe enough to be classified as a blockage, the conventional medicine model will turn to surgery, without the slightest mention, much less education about why this happened in the first place and how to prevent it from happening again..
BUT! Good for you!- You are obviously taking the necessary steps to learn why Mucoid Plaque is harmful and how to rid your body of this buildup before it lands you in the operating room.
4 Compelling Benefits of Removing Mucoid Plaque
Hippocrates is quoted as saying “death begins in the colon.” Following the father of modern medicine’s logic, I think it’s safe to assume a healthy gut promotes a healthy life.
As I’m sure you can imagine, there are countless benefits to removing a toxic road block from your digestive tract. Removing mucoid plaque can significantly improve your health.
1.) Improves Gut Health
Gut health is such a trendy topic right now, but, in all honesty, gut health is so much more than a trend. The amount of research coming out about the gut/brain connection, the gut/skin connection, and the gut’s connection to other systems is nothing short of fascinating.
For example, The Atlantic published an article in 2015 stating that “several recent studies have found intriguing links between gut microbes, rheumatoid arthritis, and other diseases in which the body’s immune system goes awry and attacks its own tissue.”
2.) Can Relieve Back Pain, Allergies, Frequent Colds, the Flu and More!
Removing Mucoid Plaque can lead to a healthier immune system and potentially relieve chronic health issues.
“Over time, this layer of mucus becomes exceedingly difficult for the body to get rid of and can cause unpleasant symptoms in that you may not associate with your gut like back pain, allergies, frequent colds and flu, headaches, inflammation, skin conditions, and even hair loss.” 
Mucoid Plaque harbors toxins and inhibits nutrient absorption, so it’s not hard to see how removing it would reduce illness and promote health.
“Since it is rarely excreted on its own, it often prevents the full assimilation of nutrients in our food, slows digestion, and slows the elimination of wastes. This allows parasites and bacteria to flourish in the mucoid plaque as it slowly collects food particles and binds toxins to itself making the surrounding environment more acidic – the perfect breeding ground for disease.” 
3.) Can Prevent Gastric Cancer and Other Disease
You may be surprised to learn that Mucoid Plaque has been definitively linked to Gastric Cancer by the simple mutation of the lining cells – Metaplasia. 
“Cell damage is caused by inflow/outflow blockage, and after a certain time, mutation occurs.” 
These mutations can lead to cancer if they are not prevented; removing the inflow/outflow blockage, or the mucoid plaque, can help prevent the cell mutations that can lead to cancer.
Additionally, “over time, the immune system weakens as friendly bacteria [are] overtaken by unhealthy bacteria that are often the precursors t:
- Crohn’s disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- And even Colon Cancer 
4.) Helps Us Achieve Optimal Health
What does optimal health look like to you?
Maybe more energy, less brain fog, improved concentration, quality relationships, or perhaps finally losing that weight. What do you think leads to optimal health?
The gut is the root of health and taking care of and repairing your gut is the first step to achieving optimal health. In fact, I would go as far as saying that without addressing your gut issues (and, let’s be honest, everyone has them) you can’t achieve your health goals.
Think your gut is fine? Think again.
Renowned surgeon, Dr. Harvey Kellogg, has said that “of the 22,000 operations that I have personally performed, I have never found a single normal colon. Of the 100,000 that were performed under my jurisdiction, not over 6% were normal.”
I recently had my Vitamin D level checked. It was on the low end of normal- far from optimal. But I take 10,000 IUs of D3 a day and eat a diet rich in Vitamin D.
Why was it low? Absorption.
You can do all the right things- take all the right supplements and eat all the right foods- but if your body can’t absorb those nutrients due to a buildup of Mucoid Plaque (or Biofilm, whatever we’re calling it this week) you will never achieve optimal health.
Detox Experts Use Binders to Remove Mucoid Plaque
It is important to remember that Mucoid Plaque didn’t form over night and one should not expect to expel it over night either.
There are a number of available cleanses on the market to detoxify your digestive tract, the most important cleanser you should know about are Binders.
Binders are negatively charged substances that pull positively charged pollutants out of your intestines. They are effective to pull out:
- Mucoid Plaque
- Heavy Metals
Detox Experts like Josh Macin use Binders in all of their cleanses for their effectiveness to pull deep poisons like Mucoid Plaque out of the intestines.
Check out how Josh makes a homemade Binder:
If you are looking for a professionally-formulated Ultra Binder, I highly recommend the Ultra Binder from Quicksilver Scientific.
Ultra Binder was formulated by Dr. Christopher Shade at Quicksilver Scientific to be the only Binder on the market that combines the power of Sodium Bentonite Clay, Aloe Vera Leaf, and Silica Extract to pull the deepest toxins out of our organs and intestines.
Removing Mucoid Plauqe Through Food (And Also Foods to Avoid)
There are also a number of steps you can take on a daily basis to help expel Mucoid Plaque and prevent more buildup.
Your diet is obviously a huge factor.
Here is a list of 10 Foods that can make Mucoid Plaque:
- Canola oil
- Corn products
- Fatty meat
- Fried foods
- Soy products
- Sugary foods
- Sunflower oil
- Processed Sugar
Foods that Naturally Dissolve Mucoid Plaque include:
- Bamboo shoots
- Chili Peppers
- Dark leafy greens like Kale
- Fresh Berries
- Fresh Citrus
- Fresh Garlic
- Fresh Ginger
- Black Radish
- Daikon Radish
These all help to dissolve mucus. Marshmallow root and Slippery Elm are also very beneficial herbs to include in your cleanse protocol, as they soother and lubricate mucus membranes and help remove toxins.
If you are looking to experience the benefits of removing Mucoid Plaque, I recommend these 2 Strategies
- Start implementing the above 15 Foods into your diet
- Discover the PushCatch Liver Detox Protocol from Quicksilver Scientific (it includes the Ultra Binder)
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