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New "Bowel Flush/Liver Flush" method! Cheap and easy, and no olive oil from another member
 
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New "Bowel Flush/Liver Flush" method! Cheap and easy, and no olive oil from another member


Thanks alot!!

I did read its a must to take alpha lipoic, mercury chelatin and vitamin b complex. I also have immune system/ CNS problems.

But I read an excellent post on okra and kefir as a BOWEL/ Liver Flush method!!

This member had glowing skin and she said her colon was CLEAN AS A WHISTLE!!!

OKRA.. raw Okra.

So, let me go over my dinner with you all:

1) I cooked sour cabbage with some pork strips in a noodle soup. (Chinese style)
2) A plate of Okra (I ate about 20 of them) washed really well, and eaten raw.
3) Kim Chi (yes, as in the smelly Korean pickled cabbage)
4) Washed it all down with drinking Yogurt.

Okra is high in bulk fiber, and the sticky stuff, lubes up the colon so as to facilitate the "exodus" out of the colon and into the toilet. The sticky stuff also is like a bacteria's paradise, and helps to facilitate friendly flora growth in a BIG way. Kim Chi has about 4-6x the acidophillous vs Yogurt. So eat your Kim Chi! I probably would have thrown some sea kelp in there for good measure, oh well.

Okra also controls blood Sugar really well, so all you diabetes people, eat your Okra! Raw is best, otherwise, steam or quick blanch.

quotes from
http://www.neurophys.wisc.edu/ravi/okra/#nutrition


1. # The superior fiber found in okra helps to stabilize blood Sugar as it curbs the rate at which Sugar is absorbed from the intestinal tract.
2. # Okra's mucilage not only binds cholesterol but bile acid carrying toxins dumped into it by the filtering liver. But it doesn't stop there...
3. # Many alternative health practitioners believe all disease begins in the colon. The okra fiber, absorbing water and ensuring bulk in stools, helps prevent and improve constipation. Fiber in general is helpful for this but okra is one of the best, along with ground flax seed and psyllium. Unlike harsh wheat bran, which can irritate or injure the intestinal tract, okra's mucilage soothes, and okra facilitates elimination more comfortably by its slippery characteristic many people abhor. In other words, this incredibly valuable vegetable not only binds excess cholesterol and toxins (in bile acids) which cause numerous health problems if not evacuated, but then assures easy passage out of the body of same. Unlike some prescription and over-the-counter drugs for this, the veggie is completely non-toxic, non-habit forming (except for the many who greatly enjoy eating it), has no adverse side effects, is full of nutrients, and is economically within reach of most.
4. # Further contributing to the health of the intestinal tract, okra fiber (as well as flax and psyllium) has no equal among fibers for feeding the good bacteria (probiotics).
5. # To retain most of okra's nutrients and self-digesting enzymes, it should be cooked as little as possible, e.g. with low heat or lightly steamed. Some eat it raw. However, if one is going to fry it (and it is undeniably delicious prepared that way when rolled in cornmeal and salt), only extra virgin olive oil, or UNREFINED coconut butter is recommended (this is NOT the unhealthy partially hydrogenated product found in processed foods.) Organic ghee used by gourmet chefs, has the oil and flavor of butter without the solids, is also excellent for frying okra (does not burn like butter), and may be obtained from the health food store.


Anyway, 7am this morning, My colon let me know, in no uncertain terms, that it had to go.. (So folks, make sure the bathroom is available, and try this on a weekend, not a weekday like I did!!)

2lbs + 200 Gallstones + 30 minutes later; I walked out of the bathroom bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, feeling my skin glowing all over, and my colon having a clean "I just used some Draino on it" type of feeling..

Okra is fairly safe as far as I know, and probably easy to get and very cheap.

Just be fore-warned!! You will pass gas, mucus-plactoid, gallstones, bile juice, and all sorts of other nasty stuff that is really REALLY disgusting, but will make you feel 100x better after you pass all of it out. Winter is coming, and for those who get Winter itch, I highly recommend doing a "Okra" cleanse.

Do get some friendly bacteria in with your Okra, the more the better. I feel amazing right now!!

Just had my 9th bathroom run in-between typing this.

Make sure you drink plenty of water!! You will feel a little tired from the detox process, but after you pass most of it out, you'll feel vibrant!

I am not a doctor, so please don't ask me if this is "safe" for you. But thus far, it is difficult for me to imagine that eating Okra would be harmful. Also, it's really bulk fiberous, and you probably can't eat enough to get sick..

I hope people try this and give some feedback!! 2 platefuls of Okra cost me $1!!! I couldn't get this kind of results so cheap!!

Wh
 

 
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