June 3 2014 - In This Issue:
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Dear Customer


Good Day to you!


We hope you are continuing to get the benefits you are seeking with your Vibrant Life products.


Here is the Part 4 of our Blood in the Stool. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email me.


Also, father's day is coming up soon, so be sure to stock up!


Let me know your thoughts too.



Clifford Woods 
Vibrant Life
Super Life Glow is a unique vitamin formulation, with over 60 ingredients, that supports better health by safely removing dangerous metals from the body; like mercury or lead. 

These poisonous metals, known as "heavy metals", can create quite a mess in the body and reduces one's health. 

Super Life Glow promotes detoxification, cardiovascular health, a boost in energy, and weight loss by blocking carbohydrates.

Those who have used Super Life Glow since its release in 1996 have reported better overall health with more vitality and energy.

They have also given Super Life Glow an over 96% enthusiastic recommendation as a vital supplement; especially for men and women between 40 and 70 years of age.

4 Foods That FLUSH Away Your "Trapped" Fat


"In 2005, the American Red Cross took samples of fetal cord blood from 10newborns and found a shocking 287 chemicals inside the samples, which included dioxins, phthalates, pesticides, Teflon byproducts, flame retardants and many others.

And that's really just the tip of the iceberg.


A study published in the journal Neurotoxicology took samples of the first bowel movement of 426 infants.


- 84% contained mercury

- 27% contained lead

- 27% percent had DDT, a pesticide that was banned in the US for the last 25+ years


There's no escaping this toxic burden.


It's ALL inside your body right now and it's harming your cells, causing severe inflammation, clogging up your liver, stopping your body from getting rid of unwanted belly fat - and it's aging your body at an accelerated rate.


Fortunately, there are few simple "tweaks" you can make to your diet, starting today, that can help your body eliminate this toxic burden and get your fat loss moving again, while helping you look and feel younger.





"I too have a history of heart problems going back to 2001. Most recently, around mid April 2012 I developed crippling angina. 


The cardiologist wanted to do an angiogram but I'd already had one eleven years previous and said I wouldn't be having another until got a bit worse. 


He then prescribed medication which turned me into a zombie to the point where I could barely get out of bed in the morning.


I began taking Life Glow Plus sometime after that and now - at this point - I no longer have angina and cover quite a bit of distance walking with my Jack Russell, Champ.


It seems to (me) that the medical profession could look into alternative remedies but I guess, by and large, they probably would face ostracism from their contemporaries. 


My cardiologist has already written me off, but that's fine. He charged too much anyway.


Fortunately, thanks to Life Glow Plus, I seem to have shed the heart bogey, at least for now, and I'm seventy in a few weeks. I've just started on my latest order of Life Glow Plus so all is well.





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Blood In the Stool

Part 3


Copyright � 2001 Healthnotes, Inc.  All rights reserved.


The information presented in Healthnotes Online is for informational purposes only. It is based on scientific studies (human, animal, or in vitro), clinical experience, or traditional usage as cited in each article. 


The results reported may not necessarily occur in all individuals. For many of the conditions discussed, treatment with prescription or over-the-counter medication is also available. 


Consult your doctor, practitioner, and/or pharmacist for any health problem and before using any supplements or before making any changes in prescribed medications. Information expires December 2002.


Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis

Many people have small pouches in their colons that bulge outward through weak spots, like an inner tube that pokes through weak places in a tire. Each pouch is called a diverticulum. Pouches (plural) are called diverticula.


The condition of having diverticula is called diverticulosis. About half of all Americans age 60 to 80, and almost everyone over age 80, have diverticulosis.


When the pouches become infected or inflamed, the condition is called diverticulitis. This happens in 10 to 25 percent of people with diverticulosis. Diverticulosis and diverticulitis are also called diverticular disease.


What causes diverticular disease?

Though not proven, the dominant theory is that a low-fiber diet is the main cause of diverticular disease. 


The disease was first noticed in the United States in the early 1900s. At about the same time, processed foods were introduced to the American diet. 


Many processed foods contain refined, low-fiber flour. Unlike whole-wheat flour, refined flour has no wheat bran.


Diverticular disease is common in developed or industrialized countries--particularly the United States, England, and Australia--where low-fiber diets are common. The disease is rare in countries of Asia and Africa, where people eat high-fiber vegetable diets.


Fiber is the part of fruits, vegetables, and grains that the body cannot digest. Some fiber dissolves easily in water (soluble fiber). It takes on a soft, jelly-like texture in the intestines. Some fiber passes almost unchanged through the intestines (insoluble fiber). 


Both kinds of fiber help make stools soft and easy to pass. Fiber also prevents constipation.


Constipation makes the muscles strain to move stool that is too hard. It is the main cause of increased pressure in the colon. The excess pressure might be the cause of the weak spots in the colon that bulge out and become diverticula.


Diverticulitis occurs when diverticula become infected or inflamed. Doctors are not certain what causes the infection. It may begin when stool or bacteria are caught in the diverticula. An attack of diverticulitis can develop suddenly and without warning.


What are the symptoms?


Most people with diverticulosis do not have any discomfort or symptoms. However, symptoms may include mild cramps, bloating, and constipation. 


Other diseases such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and stomach ulcers cause similar problems, so these symptoms do not always mean a person has diverticulosis. 


You should visit your doctor if you have these troubling symptoms.


The most common symptom of diverticulitis is abdominal pain. The most common sign is tenderness around the left side of the lower abdomen. 


If infection is the cause, fever, nausea, vomiting, chills, cramping, and constipation may occur as well. The severity of symptoms depends on the extent of the infection and complications.


Are there complications?

Diverticulitis can lead to complications such as infections, perforations or tears, blockages, or bleeding. These complications always require treatment to prevent them from progressing and causing serious illness.


Bleeding from diverticula is a rare complication. When diverticula bleed, blood may appear in the toilet or in your stool. Bleeding can be severe, but it may stop by itself and not require treatment. 


Doctors believe bleeding diverticula are caused by a small blood vessel in a diverticulum that weakens and finally bursts. If you have bleeding from the rectum, you should see your doctor. If the bleeding does not stop, surgery may be necessary.

Abscess, Perforation, and Peritonitis

The infection causing diverticulitis often clears up after a few days of treatment with antibiotics. If the condition gets worse, an abscess may form in the colon.


An abscess is an infected area with pus that may cause swelling and destroy tissue. Sometimes the infected diverticula may develop small holes, called perforations. 


These perforations allow pus to leak out of the colon into the abdominal area. If the abscess is small and remains in the colon, it may clear up after treatment with antibiotics. If the abscess does not clear up with antibiotics, the doctor may need to drain it.


To drain the abscess, the doctor uses a needle and a small tube called a catheter. The doctor inserts the needle through the skin and drains the fluid through the catheter. 


This procedure is called percutaneous catheter drainage. Sometimes surgery is needed to clean the abscess and, if necessary, remove part of the colon.


A large abscess can become a serious problem if the infection leaks out and contaminates areas outside the colon. Infection that spreads into the abdominal cavity is called peritonitis. 


Peritonitis requires immediate surgery to clean the abdominal cavity and remove the damaged part of the colon. Without surgery, peritonitis can be fatal.


A fistula is an abnormal connection of tissue between two organs or between an organ and the skin. When damaged tissues come into contact with each other during infection, they sometimes stick together. If they heal that way, a fistula forms. 


When diverticulitis-related infection spreads outside the colon, the colon's tissue may stick to nearby tissues. The organs usually involved are the bladder, small intestine, and skin.


The most common type of fistula occurs between the bladder and the colon. It affects men more than women. This type of fistula can result in a severe, long-lasting infection of the urinary tract. The problem can be corrected with surgery to remove the fistula and the affected part of the colon.

Intestinal Obstruction

The scarring caused by infection may cause partial or total blockage of the large intestine. When this happens, the colon is unable to move bowel contents normally. When the obstruction totally blocks the intestine, emergency surgery is necessary. 


Partial blockage is not an emergency, so the surgery to correct it can be planned."



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