Defy Age By Detoxification


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The more toxic we are, the faster we age. Everyone needs detoxification. I am vegetarian, and I take care of myself. Do I still need detoxification? Yes, because the air that we breathe is polluted, the water that we drink is full of chlorine, the clothing we wear is made of artificial fabrics and chemicals, the lotions and shampoos that we use all contain chemicals.

Once these chemicals are inside us, we never fully eliminate them unless we go through a detoxification procedure. Doctors recommend rejuvenating the system from the inside out by limiting food intake to fresh raw vegetable juices once a week, along with the following simple, yet effective, detoxification therapies.

Your Colon, the Sewer Of Your Body

The colon is the sewer of your body. If it's not cleansed, the waste can't get out. According to some estimates, about 70 million Americans suffer from bowel problems. These statistics cover only those people whose problems are severe enough to cause them to consult a medical doctor.

The body's tissues won't eliminate wastes unless the colon is working. The bodily systems are connected. When the colon is cleaned out, the body will start pulling poisons out from everywhere, because it can. Wastes from the colon can leak out and pollute other organs. Other organs can be treated with natural methods--with only partial results--because these organs keep getting re-infected or re-irritated by poisons from the colon.

The impacted colon creates diverticulosis which are herniations or pockets in the wall of the colon that contain fecal matter. If it stays in there long enough, it will leak into your body and cause what is called auto-intoxication. These diverticula cannot usually be detected inside the colon with colonoscopy, but on the outside of the colon where you can't see them. The bowel pockets leak pus, blood, and fecal matter back into the bloodstream.

That is why doctors always recommend getting your colons professionally cleaned at least once a year. An average American has at least 5 pounds of compacted fecal matter in the colon!


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More often than not, natural colon cleansing means following a colon cleansing diet along with taking some colon cleansing supplements. Those may include herbs, which are known to kill parasites and worms. They also contain digestive enzymes, probiotics (beneficial bacteria) and herbs that stimulate the liver, gallbladder and intestines. Some also include psyllium husk or seeds, Cascara Sagrada, flax seeds, or slippery elm, amongst others.

Colon cleansing is an effective method of detoxification. Clearing out your colon means clearing out years of compacted toxins from your body.

Why You Must Avoid Red Meat?

People feel good and strong right after the consumption of red meat. This is a bit strange because the energy of meat consists of proteins and they take 4 - 6 hours to digest. Therefore the immediate effect must be a stimulant.

This effect can be caused by the stimulating elements the meat contains. A well known theory is that when animals are being killed, the animals know that it's about to happen. This activates the production of adrenaline which fuels their blood with fear hormones.

These are incredibly stimulating and it is impossible to remove all of them from the meat (and milk). Animals are also injected with hormones that can stimulate too. Substitute: Take Fish instead. We always recommend that you take sea fish instead of fresh water fish as many farmers these day feed their fresh water fish with all kinds of food which are actually waste from nearby poultry farms.

by Renee Henry

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and is not intended as medical advice.
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