Stop bloating – clean your colon!

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Bloating and also many diseases can be prevented and cured by removing mucus, feces deposits and parasites in the colon. The digestive tract is 25 to 30 feet long and will process 60,000 to 100,000 pounds of food and 40,000 liters of fluid during our lifetime, which ultimately results in the accumulation of over 15 pounds of feces and toxic waste.

These contaminate the blood and cause irreparable damage to our body. Frequent constipation, imbalanced metabolism, diabetes, excess weight or insufficient weight, kidney disease, liver disease, hearing and sight problems, skin problems, hair and nails problems, and other diseases, from arthritis and ending with cancer, all are signs indicating that your bowels are not clean…

Enemas can clean only a small part of the colon and special treatments involving special cleansing equipment are costly, time consuming and may affect gut flora.

There is however a very simple solution to all this hassle. Flaxseed meal. It’s natural and easy to find. 1-3 tablespoons of flaxseed meal daily, for three weeks, can completely clean the intestines from mucus (most people have a congested digestive tract lined with a thick mucoprotein, which makes it incapable of properly breaking down food), feces deposits and parasites, while maintaining a balanced gut flora. Flax is also very high in soluble and insoluble fiber which can also improve digestive health. The fiber found in flaxseeds provides food for friendly bacteria in your colon that can help cleanse waste from your system.

But flaxseeds are good not only for your digestion, but can also help prevent skin cancer (Omaha researchers found that mice that received flaxseed supplements were able to reduce melanoma tumors by as much as 63%), reduce liver disease risk factors and cholesterol, and flaxseed oil consumption significantly lowers blood pressure. Also, flaxseeds are gluten-free!

You can read here more about the benefits of flaxseed.

Stop bloating – clean your colon!

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