The most common cause of chronic constipation is a sluggish, fatty, or stagnant liver overburdened from a high-fat diet and overloaded from the presence of EBV and heavy metals. At the same time, EBV’s cofactor bacteria, strep, often proliferates in the digestive tract, causing inflammation in various parts of the gut. Constipation can also occur as a result of EBV’s neurotoxins floating up to the brain through the bloodstream, weakening the central nervous system and creating neurological fatigue, which slows down signals from the brain to the colon for peristaltic action.
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