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The large intestine which is approximately 5 ft in lengths and the diameter of 2 or 3 inches is the last part of the digestive system and it is responsible for many functions of the body such as absorption of nutrients and elimination of waste and toxic material. The colon is also responsible for the production of serotonin (essential for the inhibition of  depression).

For a healthy colon the friendly bacteria also known as flora, must be highly active but this is not usually the case with most colons, as diet now a days, has very little organic nutrients. For friendly flora to be produced we need good digestion, the right foods according to our digestive juices and regular bowel movements preferably after each meal, this is a normal reflex function which although active in babies the tendency is to loose this function as we grow. Stress and constipation also slows down the passage of food and produces fermentation with results of unfriendly bacteria growing and overtaking the good flora, thus producing toxicity in the bowel, which is then absorbed into the system leading to toxicity and consecutively illness.