I'll look for e-copy of the seminar and post here. In the mean time, he did go over a basic explanation of this situation. As he sees it, the body does not necessarily eliminate the sugar, but instead stores it (just like it stores water). He likened the proliferation of the consumption of refined sugars in our diet as being on a par with the milk problem as well as the regular use of refined and de-natured grains. His view was, over the years, we effectively pour so much sugar into our bodies that the body tries to store it "where ever it can", which he believes is a contributing factor in ateriosclerosis - narrowing of the blood vessels and arteries, which in turn contributes to the same mal-nutrition problem that he was discussing in relation to the small intestines.
What do we do in our society? We go out and we eat a salad and we eat it first at the meal. That tells the stomach and the hydrochloric acid function to turn off. So turn off. So we don't need that, we're having salad today. Or we’re having fruit and we really don't need (typo in the source document says "really need") hydrochloric acid particularly for that, right now. So it turns it off. You need the hydrochloric acid mostly for meat and for the protein's. We eat things backwards in our society. We should, when we go to the restaurant, and they serve you a salad, set it aside and slap the waiter's hand if he takes it away before he serve's you, and then eat it after you eat the meat. Then eat your vegetables and stuff, which would be the ideal way. You eat the meat first, why? It turn's on your hydrochloric acid. However, if you're an ulcer prone person, it's OK to eat your salad first. That cuts off the hydrochlorlic acid so you don't get too much of it and that will help you along with ulcers. But the vast majority of us don't have ulcers. Unless it's specifically a regional thing. Maybe in New York City you do but in most of the country, not everybody has ulcers. But you might consider that possibility.
Now that you've got the food into your stomach with a good hydrochloric acid supply, then it comes down into your small intestine and here, really, this is where the whole factory blows up. You have several factors in the small intestine. It is really significant. First of all your pancreas has dumped a lot of enzymes into there, and we assume that's right. Your liver has to dump a lot of digestive juices, a lot of bile, and so forth. From the factors the liver dumps into your intestinal tract, makes it alkaline. It gets bile and does the fat metabolism. If you don't have a good liver, why then you have a strike against you.
So now we need to balance, and get your liver working better. And this is not too bad a job, but anyhow we must consider this possibility. We must always have your liver working right. So you have a small intestine that really is a beautiful machine and it has millions of little finger-like projections out from the inside of the intestine, and these little finger-like projections give a mass surface of many miles of digestive capacity so that it absorbs. Inside this little, villi finger-like, thing sticking out into the intestinal tract are the blood vessel's where the food is absorbed and goes into the main artery, goes into the liver, into the body to supply the body with food. We’ve eaten so much milk that these little finger-like projections into the intestinal tract have got mucus stacked about this deep in there. There’s nothing, short of dynamite, that can get this mucus out of the way long enough for the food to get up here to these finger-like projection's. So all these finger-like projection's are just coated and filled with mucus. This is why we eat so much and we’re so hungry all the time. You take a big heavy girl and she is starving to death. You look at her and say, "Why, does that big girl eat so much?" Sure she eats like a lot. Why? This finger down here is starving to death. It sends a message up to the brain, "Give me something to eat, my God, give me something to eat, for heaven's sake, I'm starving to death". After that turns on, this poor lady eats and eats and eats and it goes down into the intestinal tract, and what happens? Some of the water and a little bit of the sugar trickles into these villi (coated with mucus) that’s working there. She's starved to death for minerals and proteins and vitamins. She lives on a little bit of sugar and a whole lot of water. She's just stuffed full of water and sugar.
Now you take a real skinny 'ol guy, and he is so skinny, he’d eat you out of house and home, and he's still skinny. There’s no way on earth you can put weight on him. He's suffering from the same thing, he's got so much mucus attached in there. This mucus is selective. On some people, it only lets sugar go through, and on some people, only protein. On this guy, it only lets protein go through or maybe a few minerals, but mostly, just proteins. All he can assimilate is protein. He can’t assimilate any of the vitamins and minerals and carbohydrates. He's starved to death. You say, "My God, he's got a tape worm. It’s bad enough to have one kid to feed, but to have one kid with three tape worms is an impossible grocery bill."
But it coud be the mucus, because you’ve fed him milk all of his life, and cottage cheese. Now cottage cheese and milk is so good, such a good mucus builder that you can just kill yourself with it. And Metracal is anther one, and all these things that you're trying to reduce with. You eat more and more Metrecal, and this type of junk, and this wipes you out. You can't absorb any food. So that's OK, you just go around starving for the rest of your life. And then people expect you to function good at work. Your husband expects you to feel good all the time and you can't. It’s impossible for you to starve to death and feel good. The boss expects you to perform, and you can't do it. The teacher expects you to perform at school, and you can't do it...because you're starved to death. Basically, we're just starved to death. There's great malnutrition in our nation, just unbelievable. It's from many causes, but this is one.
So let's assume that, in some miracle way, barring dynamite, we can get this mucus out of the intestinal tract. We can digest it off with enzymes. And finally get this upper intestinal tract cleaned out. Now, a lot of people say, "Well, I’m going to go home and take a lot of colonics and enemas." Well, they won’t ever get up to your small intestines, so don't try that for this reason. Don’t try to take enough enemas to clean out your small intestinal tract, because you can't do it. But you can digest this off with enzyme's. And let's assume you've gotten that digested off. Now you've got a villi sticking out here that's just coated with food and now it’s ready to absorb all this food. You’ve got a blood vessel inside that little villi just circulating blood. Then you've got two primary factors involved there that's keeping you from getting the food down here to this little cell at the end of your finger. One is, this blood vessel should be this big around, say, and it's about that big around. You just barely get anything through it. Most of this blood vessel is coated with white sugar. You've eaten white sugar all your life and your body can't utilize all that and it can't even store it all so it has to do something. It can't even throw it off as waste, you've put so much down from lemon meringue pie to chocolate eclairs. You've just jammed your body with so much white sugar it has to store it somewhere. So it store's it on the blood vessel and the blood vessel get smaller and smaller and smaller, mixed up with cholesterol and other junk that you eat. So you have a little tiny hole and your blood flow should be, maybe, a gallon through this vessel in an hour, and maybe you get a pint through there. And so that's a problem. The best way we've found to clean up this blood vessel is just plain simple "Terribly expensive", black strap molasses. If we could make it more expensive, some way, why people might utilize it more, but it's so cheap, black strap molasses is so cheap that they won't ever use it. This sugar can be cleaned out with this simple black strap molasses. Take a tablespoon in a cup of hot water, twice a day, or three times a day, twice a day is adequate. Now, you take grandma who's senile or grandpa, and you get them on black strap molasses a couple of times a day, or three times a day, and in about 6 month's they'll be sharper than you are and you'll have to hustle to keep up with them. If you don't live with them, just make the nursing home take care of that problem. Anyhow, they’ll run circles around you. At the nursing home, you can let them have the black strap molasses. And so we get this blood vessel cleaned out. Now you've got a big vessel there that's got plenty of freedom, but the next factor involved, you just hate to drink water or anything. I guess it is kind of dangerous to drink water anymore.