The general speaks of a person's character and the general speaks of his or her state of health.
The general, the general of a person in good health is usually very beautiful. The stomach will have a uniform pink mucosa, a non-convex surface, no submucosal blood vessels are visible. In addition, in people with good health the gastric mucus is transparent, under an endoscope, the gastric mucus will reflect sparkles. The intestines of people with good health are the same, pink in color, very soft, uniform in size. Anyone who as a child has a very beautiful stomach and intestines. However, due to eating habits, daily activities, the stomach and intestinal tract are changed.
The stomachs of people with poor health, the mucous membranes are irregularly colored, speckled, there is a place of redness, there is a place of swelling. In addition, those who suffer from atrophic gastritis repeatedly, the lining of the stomach is often thinned and blood vessels under the mucosa can be seen. In addition, when the gastric mucosa shrinks, the cells on the mucosal surface will increase, causing the surface of the stomach to become convex. If you have reached this stage, you are entering a precancerous stage. With the intestinal tract of an unhealthy person, the intestinal wall muscles thicken, creating folds with heterogeneous thickness, sometimes there will be places to be tightened like rubber rings. Even if you tell "diseaseless" people who haven't developed pain or illness, "your stomach is getting worse, stop eating meat," not many people really do. Some people think that meat dishes are so delicious that they cannot be abandoned, but the most reason is still "out of sight". Humans are often very sensitive to the changes expressed on the body. For example, if people see hair falling out, or wrinkles, they will be eager to spend money.
Time to fix them. As for changes in the intestinal tract or stomach that are not visible, people usually only cope with a few reasons: well, it doesn't hurt anyway, so it's okay. And when the disease gets worse, then we regret it. Perhaps, with unseen changes, people are neither aware of the significance nor the horror of these changes.
People who know the stomach and gut like me often value internal changes more than changes outside the body. Because I know that these changes are directly related to my own health. My patients are able to strictly follow the Shinya eating method because they understand that this is directly related to their lives. For those who have faced cancer once, a "healthy lifestyle that reduces the rate of cancer recurrence to 0%" is preferred over anything. I personally don't want to make this a "0% cancer recurrence method", but I want people who are "not sick" to do it and make it a "healthy lifestyle method that helps the incidence rate to 0%". That's why I want you to know, when you continue to eat only meat, in your stomach, your intestines will occur.
The reason why meat causes stomach damage is because meat has no fiber and too much fat at the same time
Cholesterol. If you continue to eat meat, the stomach wall will harden and thicken, because there is no fiber in the meat, so the amount of feces is also less. In order to eliminate this very small amount of stool, the intestines will have to perform more peristalsis than necessary. In other words, because too much peristalsis causes the muscles that make up the intestinal tract to become thicker and larger, and the intestines also become harder and shorter.
As the intestinal wall gets thicker, the internal space narrows. A hard and narrow intestine will help increase internal pressure, but if you continue to add animal fat, the body will absorb large amounts of protein, forming a thick layer of fat around the intestine, causing pressure on the intestinal wall to also increase. When the pressure inside the intestine increases, there will be a condition where the mucosa is pushed from the inside outward. This phenomenon creates indentations like sacs or so-called "diverticulum in the intestines".
When this condition appears, it is difficult for the intestinal tract to push feces out even a very small amount of stool. The result is a buildup of "fecal mass" that is stagnant in the colon for long periods of time. Often the clumped feces will adhere tightly to the walls of the colon. However, if there are diverticula in the colon, the clumped stool will accumulate in those diverticula and become more difficult to excrete. Long-term accumulation of feces in diverticula or in colonic folds produces toxins, creating polyps that can change the cellular structure in these parts. As the polyps grow, it leads to cancer. Deteriorating intestinal tract will lead to colon diseases such as colon cancer, colon polyps, diverticulitis ... In fact, people with bad guts often suffer from diseases related to life habits such as uterine fibroids, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, obesity, breast cancer, prostate cancer ...
Thus, a bad gut and stomach do not manifest themselves as mere external manifestations, but as a sign for diseases that are eating away at the body from the inside.