Unhealthy eating habits and wrong food combinations prevent your intestines from doing their job, and clog the internal wall lining.
This is a common problem in people who lack fiber, and it’s caused by flour-made product, meat, processed foods, medication, alcohol, etc.
The “leftover” food tends to rot, and form some sort of a layer on the intestines. This gives you bad breath. Intestines have the main role to absorb nutrients, but the layer stops this, and you end up dealing with poor metabolism, diabetes, weight management issues, kidney and liver disease, hearing and vision issues, skin, hair and nail problems, and other chronic condition including arthritis, and cancer.
Eliminate the mucus buildups, the fetal deposits and parasites from your intestines to boost your health and prevent diseases. Do regular gastrointestinal cleanse to optimize the absorption of nutrients and heal disease.
This method will contribute to a better detox process, and it will help you remove toxins. Scientists explain that edemas are especially recommended to those who deal with chronic constipation.
Add 1-3 tablespoons of flaxseed flour to your daily menu to cleanse the intestines and eliminate mucus, fecal deposits, and parasites, while leaving the intestinal microflora intact.
This will help you regulate your weight, burn calories and boost metabolism. Flaxseed flour absorbs and eliminates toxins, and also lowers blood cholesterol.
The ultimate colon cleanse
Have the following mixture instead of your regular breakfast:
Week 1 -- 1 tbsp. of flaxseed flour + 100 ml of kefir
Week 2 -- 2 tbsp. of flaxseed flour + 100 ml of kefir
Week 3 -- 3 tbsp. of flaxseed flour + 150 ml of kefir
If you can’t find flaxseed flour, just buy your flax seeds and grind them into powder. Always use organic flaxseed, and keep your flaxseed flour in the fridge.
Drin plenty of water every day, or adjust the amount of water to your weight.
Add a teaspoon of raw honey to every glass of water. You can also add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar.
This cleanse isn’t recommended to pregnant and nursing women, or patients who had just had a surgery.
If you lack fiber, this cleanse may cause mild bloating and gas at the beginning. Drink enough water to provide healthy bowel movement, otherwise you will deal with constipation.
Kefir is obtained through a fermentation process, and it’s safe for those dealing with lactose intolerance. If you can’t find any, try other alternatives. The same applies to those who are into non-dairy methods.
This cleanse will send you to your toilet more often, so try to stay in areas that have one around.
This cleanse will bring your health to a higher level, and it will also boost the absorption of nutrients. Do this once or twice a year.
Source: Healthy Food House