If you reach an average life span of 70 years, in that time you will have processed 1,000 tons of food and 40,000 liters of liquids; which over that time about 7 kilos of fecal matter will have accumulated in the intestine without eliminating.
These residues are toxic, and as such, they contaminate the blood and cause irreversible damage to your body such as: Frequent constipation, altered metabolism, headaches, diabetes, excessive or insufficient weight gain, kidney and liver diseases, hearing problems and vision, skin, hair and nail problems, as well as other diseases, ranging from arthritis to cancer.
How to clean your intestines?
Enemas or enemas can clean the colon in only a small 40 to 50-inch part. On the other hand, enema cleansing treatment with special equipment is expensive, time consuming and affects the intestinal microflora.
However, all is not lost. Consuming 1 to 3 tablespoons of flaxseed meal for three weeks can completely cleanse the intestines, removing from mucus and fecal deposits to parasites, fully preserving the intestinal microflora.
This method provides rapid weight normalization and fat burning, as it has a positive effect on the regulation of metabolism.
Flaxseed meal can absorb and remove toxins of the body and reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood.
How to do it?
Instead of breakfast you can consume this mixture for 3 weeks:
- 1 Week: 1 tablespoon of flour linseed and 100 ml of kefir (probiotic yoghurt)
- 2 Week: 2 tablespoons of flaxseed flour and 100 ml of kefir
- Week 3: 3 tablespoons of flaxseed meal and 150 ml of kefir
If flaxseed is hard to come by, you can buy some flax seed and grind it finely in a mortar before consuming it. Never grind anything extra for the next few days, as the seeds can turn rancid.
Consume this mixture as a substitute for breakfast. Make sure you drink at least 2 liters of water a day.
Remember that to avoid the accumulation of toxic substances in your body, try to eat a healthy diet, including fruits and vegetables on a frequent basis. Detox diets are not meant to be done consistently or frequently.