95% of Back Pain Sufferers Have This in Common

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Are you one of the 95% of all back pain sufferers with THIS?

Do you have any kind of back pain? If so, then you need to sit up and pay attention because what I’m about to share may literally save your life.

Now, fair warning, this might be a little bit gross. But 95% of ALL back pain sufferers share this one common trait.

More than that… 1 in 6 of them also face a hidden health danger. Dr. Bernard Jensen, best-selling author of “Foods That Heal,” calls it the #1 health enemy in the world — more deadly than heart attacks, strokes, or even cancer.

Fortunately, this health condition is easily correctable. And just by taking a few simple steps you can also enjoy:

  • More energy
  • Reduced body aches and pains
  • Less headaches
  • Improved skin health
  • Less gas and bloating

Want to know what it is? This free report will tell you what doctors found after hundreds of autopsies. There’s no sign up. Just click the link below and it’s yours…

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95% of Back Pain Sufferers Have This in Common


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  1. CBo says

    The email subject line reads: AUTOPSIES Find 95% of Back Pain Sufferers Have This in Common: Most of the time I never find the article that you display in the subject line. Your emails usually send the person on another quest. Where is the info pertaining to the subject line?

  2. Charles says

    I want to read about the autopsy findings, but the link you provided takes me nowhere near such information. What gives?

  3. Charles says

    Okay, I got it – I needed to click on the link. It’s constipation, right? That’s what causes most back pain?

  4. Vickie says

    Not just constipation. You can still have bowel movements and your colon can still be grossly enlarged and packed with old decaying fecal matter, which can lead to many problems. Your body will eventually reabsorb the toxins, which in turn causes lethargy, general aches and pains, as well as a whole host of diseases. LTBP had a vid with Steve telling about this just a couple of weeks ago. Very interesting. You should check it out. None of us are immune to this problem. Ideally, our bodies should be excreting the contents of the colon completely on a regular basis, not hanging on to it, as if it’s in storage. A good colon cleanse done at least every six months, proper (clean) diet and limiting the amount of toxins you are exposed to really will help. Our world is loaded with toxins, so we need to do things to help us eliminate them. A good colon cleanse is just one tool that we can use toward that end.

  5. Mel B. says

    Well, that is a load off my mind….. and back. Now tell me what to do with all the metal in my back the surgeon put in there and what to do with all the parasthesia leaving my bowel and bladder inpermanant dysfunction.

  6. Hans Albert Quistorff, LMP Antalgic Posture Pain Specialist says

    Dear Mel B. We just considered at the convention today that only God’s Kingdom will be able to do that. But meanwhile an experienced therapist like myself can coach your body’s muscles and nervous system to adapt to them for better function. Working with clients like yourself i have often found that muscle did not re-attach to the original site they were cut from and need re-education to perform appropriately. Otherwise they keep constant pressure on nerves causing symptoms you mentioned. If you can find the muscle balancing stretches that are on this forum you may discover some that give you relief.

  7. Ruth Cunningham says

    I hate to say it but I agree with the first two comments–where is the article referenced in the email???

  8. Carolyn says

    Click on the Link that says: Back Pain Sufferers Life Saving Guide….
    95% of the bodies examined were constipated!
    Some of the bodies were found to have colons bloated up to 12 inches in diameter (a normal colon is
    2-3 inches in diameter) and were encrusted with a long-term build-up of toxic material.

  9. Christopher Hane says

    One thing I would like to reply to is that weight loss program fast can be carried out by the suitable diet and exercise. People’s size not just affects the look, but also the entire quality of life. Self-esteem, depressive disorders, health risks, along with physical ability are disturbed in weight gain. It is possible to make everything right but still gain. If this happens, a problem may be the primary cause. While a lot food and never enough workout are usually responsible, common health concerns and traditionally used prescriptions could greatly increase size. Kudos for your post here.

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