green barley bowel cancer

Green Barley Bowel Cancer

It’s Bowel Cancer Awareness Week in Australia, and we, at Green Barley Saves, support this campaign. It should be a worldwide campaign because proper bowel elimination is a common disease that afflicts people anywhere around the world.

Bowel movement is the last thing that happens after our digestive system (stomach, small intestine, and colon) has absorbed the nutrients from our food intake — solid and liquid, and it has eliminated what’s left. Bowels are moved through anus. Our rectum (which is the last 6 to 8 inches of our large intestine) stores our solid waste until it passes through our anus. However, sometimes, bowel movement is not a normal thing for other people. To some people, bowel movement doesn’t happen daily or when it happens, a person is having loose bowel (diarrhea) or is constipated (hard stool). Proper bowel movement is a must for maintaining good health and well-being.

Frequency of Bowel Movement

While there is NO SPECIFIC RULE as to how often a person should eliminate bowels, the normal is from 3 times a day to 3 times a week.

Color of Bowel

A person’s normal stool is brown in color because of the bile that is produced in our liver. Read here about bile secretion and the role of bile acids in digestion.

Dr. Bernard Aserkoff, a physician in the GI Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, tells WebMD that “the food you eat typically takes three days from the time you eat it until it finishes its journey in your toilet”. Your stool is green in color, if moving your bowel takes a shorter time. However, if you see any changes in the color of your stool, it could be a red flag.

Size and Shape of Bowel

Dr. Aserkoff says that the size and shape are irrelevant for as long as what’s coming out is normal. It’s also normal for bowels to have a smell because of the bacterial activities in your tract.

For complete listing of the seven types of stool or human feces, please refer to Bristol Stool Chart.

Bristol Stool Chart: 7 Categories of Human Feces

Common Problems in bowel movement: Constipation and Diarrhea

If you poop less than three times a week, you’re constipated . It’s a loose bowel or diarrhea if you pass watery stool more than 3 times a day.


For adults, constipation may be due to insufficient fiber intake, insufficient fluid intake, side effects of medication, hypothyroidism, colorectal cancer, and less physical activity.

It’s been said that it’s easier to prevent constipation than to treat it. There should be adequate exercise, increased fluid intake, and increased fiber intake (either dietary or supplement).


Diarrhea, when not addressed as soon as possible, can be life-threatening. Worldwide, it is considered as the common cause of death in developing countries, and the second common cause of deaths in infants. Diarrhea can cause dehydration or imbalance in electrolytes.

Common causes of diarrhea are viruses, bacteria, and parasites. When there’s severe vomiting in a person with diarrhea, it is recommended that Oral Rehydration Solutions (homemade) should be given. Supplemental potassium and zinc can also be given in addition to the ORS.


One of the best natural health products that can help combat the above diseases is GREEN BARLEY. Since the times of Prophet Mohammed, and in traditional Chinese medicine, barley has been proven to relieve constipation. Studies have also indicated that barley boosts bowel health in humans.

If you’re not taking a diet that is rich or high in fiber, we highly recommend that you include green barley in your diet. It will greatly improve your bowel health, and thereby protect yourself from painful defecation or any other related bowel problems.

Specifically, how does green barley help in combating constipation?

– Green Barley is good for constipation because it contains high amounts of insoluble fibers which promote a healthy digestive tract and with the presence of SOD, removes toxic substances present in the digestive system.
– Green Barley contains SuperOxide Dismutase enzyme which aids in the digestion of food.
– Green Barley contains chlorophyll which is an internal softener of undigested food or waste products in the large intestine.

If you’re convinced about the amazing benefits of green barley, and on how it will significantly improve your bowel health and overall well-being, we suggest that you try incorporating green barley in your diet. Place your order now or join us as our authorized dealer of green barley.