Appendix – is that thing really important? The Hidden Truth Of Organ Removal

North American medicine’s take on organs like the appendix, uterus, ovaries, gall bladder, tonsils etc goes something like this, “if we do not really know what it does, it has no real essential function and we can only guess nature got it wrong………..such organs are either mistakes or mere annoyances……..their removal will not affect your health“. Sounds pretty silly but today that is the idea North American medicine is selling.

Logic is often left at the door when someone visits their conventional medical doctor. Think about it like this. Open the hood of your car and just take any piece out of the engine. OK, now close the hood and bet me your car will run better and longer without that part.

You understand it with a car, right? Why do so many people not even give it a second thought when a doctor suggests removing one of their parts? Nature did not get it wrong. You need all your parts. If parts are not working right, you fix them. You don’t throw them out. If you were in an airplane (in flight) and it was having trouble staying in the air would you A) vote to start removing parts and throw them out or B) vote to keep working with the parts you have in order to find a solution?

What are the reasons certain organs stop working properly? What do you have to do in order to fix the organs that are malfunctioning? Your conventional medical doctor will never research the simple procedures to reverse disease because they do not receive any incentive or bonus payment for curing you or making you more healthy. Income for your doctor is based on you being sick and staying sick.

Whether it is heavy uterine bleeding from cysts all the way to an inflamed gallbladder………there is a good chance it can be fully reversed with lifestyle and dietary changes. Here is a short clip on why it is so hard to be healthy.

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Surgeons are not paid to be on call. It takes close to 12 years to become a surgeon and that means their careers are short. Surgeons need a steady supply of work and our medical system is more than happy to serve up patients for unnecessary surgeries to keep surgeons around for the situations when they are truly needed. Surgeons can’t survive off car accidents and wars alone.

Due to the fact that all surgeries and all medications injure the body in some, way, shape or form and since hospitals feed their patients the foods that cause organs to malfunction, regular medical care becomes the ultimate employment feeder system for surgeons. (have you seen the food hospitals feed their patients and staff or the junk food vending machines in our hospitals)

Since North American medical education dismisses the ancient genetic healing mechanisms of the body, it is no surprise that the appendix has always been thought of as an annoying little piece of the intestinal track that could be safely removed when it becomes inflamed.

The fact of the matter is that an inflamed appendix indicates an infection most likely due to constipation. What causes the constipation? The answer is poor diets and unhealthy lifestyles. Where is the medical study that reviews the diets of each person with an inflamed appendix? Those studies don’t exist because North American medicine never wants their patients to know which foods make them sick.

Once inflamed, the appendix can indeed rupture to cause death of the patient. Why does our health care system focus on reacting to illness instead of trying to stop it before it happens? If you are a regular reader of my blog, you know the answer.

Here is the ultimate health guru Paul Chek talking about constipation and it’s dangers.

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Waiting for the appendix to get inflamed from a bad diet and then performing surgery is akin to building a hospital at the bottom of a large mountain instead of building a fence at the top of the mountain. Sure the hospital comes in handy when people fall down the mountain and injure themselves but it would be much better for everyone involved to just build a fence at the top, so no one ever falls down the mountain in the first place.

Good health always makes a lot of sense but it never makes a lot of dollars. Any hospital employee smart enough to mention building a fence at the top of the mountain is often fired or ostracized because less sick people means layoffs.

As for the nasty little piece of the intestine (the appendix), it is actually designed to protect us when we have diarrhea. We need a good supply of friendly bacteria in our gut to operate our immune system, digest food, produce cellular energy, keep unwanted bacteria at bay and regulate the elimination of toxins.

When all our good bacteria gets flushed during a bout of diarrhea we need a little sample left to re-populate the gut with good bacteria. We need to re-seed the entire intestinal track. Voila, that is the function of the appendix. Due to it’s curved shape the appendix keeps a sample of our original feces, even when we have diarrhea so life can continue again. Sort of like a Noah’s Ark of feces.

Click here to read about the true function of the appendix.

So without the appendix the patient would be more prone to low cellular energy (which can lead to everything from fatigue to cancer), poor digestion, weight gain, over eating, increased hunger cravings, opportunistic infections of the intestinal track that spread to other parts of the body (dandruff, asthma, vaginal yeast, acne, rashes, thrush, sinusitis, ear infections etc), fertility issues, PMS and an entire collection of seemingly unrelated diseases. Great for the medical industry, bad for the patients.

Once the appendix is removed, obviously the patient will not die from an inflamed appendix anymore. The surgeon looks like a hero, additional dysfunctions are now coming the patient’s way, the patient’s ill health only accelerates with an essential organ missing and the cycle of turning healthy people into patients for life continues.

Point is….”keep your parts” because it does not matter which one the surgeon suggests for removal. They can work again, you just need the proper information. They all perform valuable metabolic functions. Just because North American medicine doesn’t know the extent of their function does not mean you can remove your organs without hurting your overall health.

Scary stuff but an article that needed to be written. Sometimes it is about the next generation and not the current one when it comes to issues like this. We need to learn from our mistakes and forward this information onto our children and grand children. We have to protect the next generation. They are the future and they need to be healthy.

If you have already had some organs removed it is very important you live as clean and in tune with your natural cycles as possible. Click here for an interview and book that lays out, step by step, what it takes to bring perfect health into the body.

7 Comments

  1. DIE

    to start, GREAT BLOG, thanks..i found it via google " ill health after appendix removal "

    i agree 100% with what you said and im glad that there are others out there who talk sense.

    Removal of a needed organ is MADNESS!!

    me 7 years old = my appendix burst and was removed
    shortly after = my health deteriorated, dark skin appeared around my eyes, i became fatigued, i put on excess weight, i became always ill whereas before, my
    mum said i was super fit and happy.

    Im still researching my dysfunctions and it all points to the removal of my burst appendix.. i have hellish itching due to high histamine levels.

    im interested in Loren G. Martin' studies, he reckons a function of the appendix is to " train the immune system " makes sense, because mine is screwed

    the Dr gives me antihistamines which cure the itching symptoms, but through study ive found it kills the immune system and masks the bigger problem.. this is the case EVERYWHERE in the WESTERN WORLD.. Its DISGUSTING and im not on a mission to get the truth across

  2. Vonda Skimehorn

    Hi, are there any home treatments for kidney stones? I have seen a doctor and been diagnosed. I can’t get treated medically b/c I don’t have insurance. I’m drinking 6 quarts of fluid per day but they still haven’t passed. Thank you in advance.

    It would be wise to apply the top 50 heath tips that I am going to post next. Kidney stones are created like all other cellular malfunctions in the body. Too much of what you don’t need and too little of what you do need. You can’t be healthy unless you first stop making yourself sick. Kidneys are the body’s filter system so if there are stone (deposits of junk) on the kidneys……..there is too much junk floating in your body. Get rid of the junk and the kidneys will heal themselves just like a cut on the skin. The body is always trying to repair itself. It just needs the proper material and the time away from things that hurt it.

  3. Lars Hovgaard Jensen

    To make matters short, (and better)why not let the same moneymaking surgeons come up with a plan to reinsert the same organs, which they stole from us, within the existing laws and ethic rules of organ transplanting?? This will (in my, perhaps short sighted, world) make up for the earlier mistake, and not actually taking their “livestock” away from them (yet), they will even be “hero of the day” for the second time! Unlike DIE, it is my mission to improve my deteriorated health, and to get the truth out. Because unfortunately, so to speak, you are absolutely right in your assumption in appendix removal, Jason Christoff. The worst part is, the doctors explain, before it is removed, that it will have no consequences in your future life. Not true. My question is, for the people, who have had this body part – and other parts, for that matter, like tonsils and gall bladder – removed (and, are suffering from this – because not everybody are, is my assumption): What do we do?? How do we find out, how it is done (transplantation)? How is an inflamed appendix otherwise treated – because that seems to be the root of the problem; a wrong procedure. I tend to think: Antibiotics, and perhaps an early warming to the youth: Take care, go join your local sport clubs in an early beginning, and, don’t underestimate the (bad) power of bad digestion (find out, more closely, what triggers the inflammation, is my point, I think). Have I missed anything? Hope, to hear some serious comments to this one.

  4. Dakotah

    I’m 16 and i’ve gained weight ever since I had an emergency appendectomy whenever I was 11 years old. After 6 years of trying to lose weight by exercising and eating healthy I still haven’t lost any weight. It’s very frustrating as a teen to experience excessive weight gain just to add on to my already nonexistent self confidence. If anyone has any weight loss tips please let me know!!!

    • Jason Christoff

      I consult in these matters Dakotah, via Skype. If you need coaching, please contact me at jason@physicallimits.com

  5. Dari

    I have always struggle with weight loss, after having my third child, I was finally in a a stage where I felt comfortable and was able to keep the weight off, with regular exercise and healthy eating. However last September 2017, a few weeks before turning 32, I went to the ER because I couldn’t take the pain I was having in my stomach, the surgeons comes back with the results of my t-scan to tell me I need to have my appendix removed ASAP. I was so sacred , once again an organ had to be remove, I had my gallbladder removed at age 24. It’s been 5 months since the surgery and I have gained 13lbs , despite the fact that I’m working out 4x week and have change a lot the way I eat, but the weight just keeps building up. It’s frustrating for me I don’t know what ealse to do.

    • Jason Christoff

      This sort of issue is diet related. Once infected, it can be hard to judge the options to keep the appendix. Diet must be improved or other organs will fail as well.

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