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The storage place for toxic metabolic wastes is primarily the connective tissue, which is present throughout the body. Connective tissue is like glue that holds the cells together. Most people are born with an inherited constitutional weakness in a particular organ or organ system. Following the path of “least resistance,” the body uses this area first as a storage place. This is the reason when a person has a cold or flu, some people experience the symptoms in the bowel or stomach, some in the head and neck, others in the chest, some in the intestines, and others, in the muscles or joints. Humans react differently. The same microorganisms can cause different symptoms in different people.
When one considers the amount of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, and other drugs that are consumed over a lifetime, residual toxins fill the storage place in the connective tissue. This toxic residue can eventually interfere with the function of the particular organ system. As a result the cells cannot get the nutrition they need or remove their own metabolic wastes.
Think of this. Imagine that your house is invaded by mice. You then put out poison that quickly kills them all. Next, you attempt to find the dead mice (let’s say there were 50 of them) but can find only 30. Before they died, some of them were able to get into the walls and under the floors. What will happen after about a week or so? Your house will begin to smell the foul stench of decaying mice, which have polluted your house. This is the same process that happens when dead metabolites from past infections pollute your body when they cannot be properly eliminated.
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