Although it definitely helps to have a clean colon, you don't need to do a full Colon Cleanse
right before the liver flush. If you had pain because the 'stones' couldn't go through your colon quickly, best is to stop the Colon Cleanse
(P&B shakes, cleanse capsule, whatever) at least a full day (24 hrs) before starting the next liver flush. (See my reply to your other post below.)
The day before the flush, eat lightly, and avoid fats. The day of the flush either fast completely or eat Very lightly in the early half of the day - No Fats at all that day. You want the bile to build up in your liver and any fat you intake will cause bile to release, so, no fat on flush day until the olive oil/grapefruit juice mix.
Apples and apple juice are very good especially the days before and the day of the flush.
Personally, I wouldn't worry about taking probiotics during a liver flush.
is helpful, but don't try to do a kidney cleanse
and a Colon Cleanse
and a Liver Flush
all at the same time. Pace yourself. Listen to your body. You may want to wait at least week or two after the Liver Flush
before trying a kidney cleanse.
The BEST thing for your kidneys is a Lot of pure filtered water. Drink at least 1/2 of your body weight (pounds) in ounces
of water a day (150 lb person should drink at least 75oz of water a day.)