Intestining - Exploring the Painful TruthIntestining is a practice of the United States that has been around for hundreds of years. It is basically done as a practical joke in which people make people ill just to have fun. Intestining is mainly done to induce nausea. It is not even true to say that intestining only causes illness, but it can and does sometimes result in the development of some kinds of bowel diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn's disease.
Intestining is basically a joke that should be laughed at. Most people think that an ieting party will involve a bunch of people laughing and eating their own stools and fluids. However, a well-run meeting party can be a lot of fun! In fact, ieting parties are usually planned by an ieting expert, a great help because she can help people with their ieting plans and also provide useful advice on their bowel health.
What happens when ieting party starts is that some alcoholic drinks are mixed with natural laxative and digestive beverages to create a cocktail which, depending on how it is taken, can either relax the colon, induce vomiting, or both. Many people eat or drink something to the point where they feel queasy or nauseous before they even notice that they are digesting their food. They have never even gotten close to a real ieting party, but they are so convinced that they are going to vomit that they continue eating or drinking.
I've had lots of experiences with ieting parties - the typical one which took place in my home was actually a training session for a gastroenterologist who was training his own staff. The gastroenterologist was putting people through an ieting party, and I was curious, so I decided to participate, although I was under a lot of pressure from other members of the training team to succeed in my first attempt at ieting.
When I finished, I was glad that I followed the ieting plan that I had learned from the gastroenterologist in particular ieting master's training. It is extremely important to read the brochure that comes with being so that you know what you are doing, and how to do it.
After having ieted in the master training course, I attended another gastroenterologist's training course. While there, I attended a ieting party which involved people who had gone through a further digestive master training course which involved more gastroenterologist experience, since I did not want to be the first one to try this ancient practice in America.
When we went out to the deck to kick off the party, some of the gastroenterologists walked past and began laughing and joking about the intestinal symptoms and gastrointestinal problems that they were facing. There were many people eating or drinking foods to the point where they felt queasy or nauseous before they even realized that they were digesting their food. They had never even gotten close to a real ieting party, but they were so convinced that they were going to vomit that they continued eating or drinking.
I tried to explain this to the training masters, but there was no way that I could talk them into letting me start an ieting party. Eventually, one of them said that he thought that it would be funny if everyone started to get nauseous before they actually ate anything. The results, however, were dramatic, with a lot of people vomiting right away and a number of them feeling extremely sick. Fortunately, most of them recovered within a few hours and eventually became enthusiastic ieters and vomited on command.