Yay!! I’ve lost 25.6 pounds total so far with 54.4 pounds to go to reach my goal! My BMI has dropped from 36.9 to 33.1 and my goal is 24.9.
Natural Weight Loss
Retained debris in your colon leads to absorbing toxins and systemic poisoning.
Symptoms of this condition can include mental confusion, depression, irritability, fatigue, gastrointestinal irregularities, and even allergic reactions like hives, sneezing, and coughing.
Nutritionists and researchers believe this toxicity can eventually lead to more serious problems.
Colon cleansing can rid your colon of debris, and help prevent and treat a variety of health problems.
This is for adults, and it’s wise to check with your health care professional first.
The best means of removing toxins and wastes from your body is a fast.
This should be the first step in any colon-cleansing program.
In addition to following a fast, use a wheatgrass, fresh lemon juice, garlic, or coffee enema.
If bowel problems or related symptoms are chronic, repeat this program monthly.
It’s very important to use fiber (take 5 tablets per day with plenty of water, or if you prefer the powder take 3 teaspoons per day with plenty of water).
It’s important to use Optiflora to restore the normal “friendly” bacteria in your colon and aloe vera juice (1/2 cup 3 times daily).
It’s helpful to use apple pectin (as directed on label) and vitamin C.
Aloe vera, calendula, and peppermint help to restore the acid/alkaline balance of your colon and promote healing.
Butternut bark, flaxseed, red raspberry, rhubarb, and senna can be used to flush your colon and release waste.
Burdock root, milk thistle, and red clover cleanse your blood and support your liver.
Fennel restores the acid/alkaline balance of your colon, promotes healing, flushes your colon, and releases waste.
Garlic eliminates parasites.
Marshmallow restores the acid/alkaline balance of your colon, promotes healing, and loosens and flushes mucus from your intestines.
Pau d’arco restores the acid/alkaline balance of your colon, promotes healing, and has detoxifying properties.
Slippery elm bark soothes inflammation and cleanses excess waste from your colon.
Eat only raw foods for 2 weeks, and then maintain a diet of 50% raw foods, including plenty of raw vegetables and non-citrus fruits like apples, bananas, berries, grapes, and pears.
Drink at least ten 8-oz glasses of water every day, even if you’re not thirsty.
Not drinking enough water gives you hard stools, which can stay in your colon for weeks or even months, causing symptoms like headache, fatigue, and depression, and resulting in a toxic bloodstream.
Avoid saturated fats, sugar, and highly processed foods.
Avoid oils and fried foods until your colon returns to normal and your stools are normal.
Use olive oil, canola oil, or essential fatty acids sparingly during this cleansing period.
Dairy products should be avoided because they create too much mucus in your colon.
You should get the nutrients in dairy – calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D – from other foods or supplements.
If you have a blood sugar problem, avoid sweet fruits.
When you get up in the morning and at bedtime, drink the juice of a fresh lemon squeezed into a cup of warm water to cleanse your bloodstream and detoxify and neutralize your system.
Take a brisk walk every morning and drink fresh carrot and apple juice, “green drinks,” or fresh pineapple and papaya juice.
Make a colon-cleansing drink by mixing 1 tablespoon of bentonite with 1 teaspoon of psyllium seed, 1/2 cup of apple juice, 1/2 cup of aloe vera juice, and 1/2 cup of steam-distilled water.
Drink this mixture once daily until your colon is clean and not foul smelling.
Use a fiber supplement on a daily basis.
Doing a colon cleanse is often a very beneficial part of a weight-loss program.
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