Shocking: You May Have 33 Pounds of Toxins in Your Intestines. Get Rid of Them!

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The digestive system is the part of the body that comes in the most contact with everything that is consumed. Over time, toxins and waste will build up and cause an assortment of health issues including constipation, diarrhea, irregular bowel movements, weakened immune system, and low energy.

By performing a colon cleanse, one can fix all these problems, improve bowel function, and achieve greater health and well-being. It is also the first step to losing weight and starting a weight loss program or diet. Many dietitians or health experts will begin a weight loss regimen with a cleanse.

In fact, Elvis died with a colon jam packed with the effects of red meat and other unhealthy foods (“goo and glue” diet). His prolonged use of laxatives and other drugs did not help either.

The colon is approximately five to seven feet in length for a person Elvis’s size and should have been about two inches in diameter. However, Elvis’s colon was at least three and a half inches in diameter in some places and as large as four and a half to five inches in diameter in others. The megacolon was jam-packed from the base of the descending colon all the way up and halfway across the transverse colon. It was filled with white, chalklike fecal material. With a proper cleanse and detox lifestyle he could have been alive today.

There are two fantastic ingredients for a colon cleanse and improved health.

Kefir

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Kefir is a fermented drink usually made with milk and “grains” that are beneficial living organisms. It is also a complete source of protein with many essential amino acids, minerals, and valuable B vitamins.

According to Healthy and Natural World:

“What’s good about kefir is that it contains several major strains of friendly bacteria and beneficial yeasts. These probiotic organisms help to cleanse the intestine, help balance the intestinal flora and destroy pathogens such as E-coli and parasites. Kefir helps to restore your digestive system, relieves inflammatory bowel disease and helps to boost your immune system.”

Kefir is safe to use for people who are lactose intolerant but can be made from fruit juice, coconut water, coconut milk, rice milk, almond milk, and more.

Flaxseed

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Flaxseed is excellent for cleansing. It absorbs water and expands as it passes through the colon. Flaxseed acts like a scrub brush as it literally scrubs toxins and waste away. It is also rich in ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), a form of omega-3 fatty acids. ALA has anti-inflammatory properties and helps to relieve irritable bowel syndrome.

Flaxseeds are difficult to digest whole, so it is best to grind them in a coffee grinder before use. However, only grind what is needed. They only stay fresh for 24 hours in the refrigerator.

Flaxseed oil is healthy, but not the best for a colon cleanse. Grounded flaxseed is needed to remove toxins and waste from the digestive tract.

Using Kefir and Flaxseed Together

Important: Fermented food can sometimes be difficult to digest for people who are not accustomed to consuming it. It is best to start with small amounts and increase the amount slowly. Also, it is important to take this a couple of days a week for two weeks. This will allow the body to build its immunity. 

Here is a suggested method of consumption from Healthy and Natural World:

“Start with one tablespoon of ground flaxseed mixed with about a quarter or third glass of kefir before breakfast and then again before bed (some people find it helps first to try kefir with meals, such as a little amount with breakfast). You need to make sure to drink at least eight glasses of water each day. Do it for a week or so and then skip for few days here and there to give your body a break. You can use it as an ongoing maintenance or do it periodically.”

It is important to go about a colon cleanse naturally and gently. There is a bunch of good bacteria in the digestive tract and performing an unnatural or quick colon cleanse can remove or kill this bacteria.

To learn more check out the video below!

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28 comments
Gord Bestwick - October 30, 2015

This is an aggregious misrepresentation of how the body works and you are doing a disservice to people across the world.

And Elvis died because of poor health and a drug overdose.

Meat is healthy in the right quantity. Anything done too much can kill you.

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    Patricia P. Katzova - May 28, 2016

    Sorry but meat is dead corpse ..how on earth can a dead corpse be healthy? For zombies maybe…

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      Gord Bestwick - May 30, 2016

      How can a corpse be healthy?

      If you’re suggesting eating animals alive, then you’re a monster. Every single creature that eats meat on the planet would disagree with you on the point that eating meat isn’t healthy.

      Humans included.

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        Viki Gupta - June 1, 2016

        It is not just unhealthy but it is slow poison to the body.

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        Patricia P. Katzova - June 5, 2016

        Wow you are showing your low intelligence. Never mind. Go vegan. No animal will ever protest with this :D

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          BuckeyeSoldier - June 7, 2016

          Vegans are simply afraid to acknowledge that our bodies were intended to ingest and process MEAT! All of you grazers need to find a lush green island and eat grass to your heart’s content. The fact that you even made the statement that meat is a “dead corpse” shows your obvious lack of grasp of the difference between live and dead. OF COURSE IT IS A CORPSE! Never mind, just eat nothing but your veggies and grass and I will eat the animals that eat your food.

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          emeraldeyes24 - June 10, 2016

          Buckeye, have you ever heard the term ”Live and Let Live”? You may be able to eat gross quantities of beef and go right ahead, but know that it has been proven scientifically that red meat causes cancer partly because that red liquid you see in the grocery store that makes the meat look so appetizing isn’t even blood, it’s chemicals that they add with red dye. That horrific thing that makes kids hyper and destroys their brain cells and yours too. But, go ahead. Enjoy.

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          Stefan Weber - June 23, 2016

          Has it ever occured to you that there is a difference in red meat from the store and red meat from organic grass fed cows? The meat is not the problem, the treatment of the animal with drugs and what they put in the meat during the processing is what kills you.
          So instead of preaching “go vegan” to people that would never do that, don’t you think it would be better for your fellows AND for the animals they will eat, to educate them to take care what they eat and choose wisely where they buy their food?
          What’s your goal? To be the super-vegan, who convinced the most people to your approch of healthy eating? Or to make the world a better place, even if that means that other people will only become slightly better and healthyer people?

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          Gord Bestwick - June 8, 2016

          Show me a vegan lion, then I’ll get back to you.

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    D. ckisinger - November 9, 2016

    Meat is healthy? In reality, it is dead rotting animal flesh which is eaten and then it continues to rot inside of the intestines, which then contaminates your blood and all of your body’s tissues. What do you think causes cancer of the colon and many other human cancers? OMG….MEAT IS NOT HEALTHY and it is unfit for human consumption… Just saying…..:/

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BaliYogaTravel.com - October 30, 2015

We grind our flaxseed and mix it with our super food maca drink with pumpkin seed. Do grinded seeds have the same effect???

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    Jason Aaron Moran - October 31, 2015

    I mix it with super food mac and cheese also!!

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Bob Akimbo - October 30, 2015

This is nonsense. Elvis is still alive.

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    davidwolfe - November 3, 2015

    :)

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    emeraldeyes24 - June 10, 2016

    You’re preaching to the choir, Bob! LOL

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critter8875 - October 31, 2015

I went through a colonoscopy prep and lost 2.5#.

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    Jason Aaron Moran - October 31, 2015

    of course you did, you poo’ed out everything that would have eventually come out, you didn’t eat for 24 hours and were dehydrated.

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      Karasuba Dominatrix - October 19, 2016

      Yea when you only lose a few pounds it didnt do much good. In order for a colonoscopy to work properly you need to fast for a few days to empty your intestines or do a Salt water flush which quickly empties your poop out of your whole digestive tract. Then the colonoscopy can more effectively clean out your colon walls as there is less obstuction.

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        Jason Aaron Moran - February 13, 2017

        colonoscopy has nothing to do with cleaning your colon…

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Tom G Manning - December 10, 2015

Moderation in everything you consume, This is the same propaganda bs I’ve read about 20yrs ago. Still bs EVERYTHING if you take too much will harm or worse. If you drink too much water in short time period you will overdoses on water. Its true a woman died trying to win a wii for her kids for Christmas from radio station.

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    Karasuba Dominatrix - October 19, 2016

    If you drink demineralized water that has a PH different from your blood yes that can kill you. But if you add 1 tablespoon of salt to every 32 oz of water, the water will pass right through you at a very fast speed and you will shit out a waterfall lol. Thats because the salinity is roughly the same as your blood so it doesnt get absorbed or throw off your electrolyte imbalance.

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Liam O'Dowd - January 25, 2016

Want to rid your body of toxins? Simply allow your liver and kidneys to do it like they do day in, day out, until you die (or have organ failure)

What a load of misleading shit. Pun intended.

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Anthony Sharah - May 25, 2016

I am really against the feminisation of men. Whatever that is on the leg of your jeans is just wrong.

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emeraldeyes24 - June 10, 2016

Hahahahaha! 33 lbs of it! YIKES!

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patriciamalemes - July 21, 2016

So, I can do this any time of day? I do strenuous cardio in the morning and have read that this should be your breakfast, but to exercise I need something more for energy. Could I, say, do this in the middle of the afternoon between lunch and dinner, instead?

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    Karasuba Dominatrix - October 19, 2016

    make some flaxseed/fruit porridge. That would be great preworkout. The fiber won’t hurt your performance as long as you dont eat too much. I add about 4 tablespoons to my preworkout smoothie and it never hurt me.

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patcamss - September 22, 2016

I’ve been adding flax seed to my smoothies for several months now. Still haven’t noticed anything different.

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    Karasuba Dominatrix - October 19, 2016

    You gotta add a lot for it to clean out your colon. Like 1 cup of the stuff ground made into an oatmeal or something (I make flaxseed/chia seed porridge with cinnamon, maca, ginger, and various fruits and it tastes awesome.) And it will fill you up for a long time. chia seeds and flax seeds can hold many times their weight in water. Eating small amounts is still healthy but its not enough ‘bulk’ to effectively clean your intestinal walls.

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