Remove Waste From Your Colon With These 2 Ingredients

Remove Waste From Your Colon With These 2 Ingredients

Throughout our entire lives, the intestines will process a wide variety of foods and fluids. Depending on what we consume, some of these foods and fluids can accumulate in the digestive tract, causing bowel infrequency or digestive troubles. When this toxic waste remains in the intestines, it can contaminate your blood and lead to severe health conditions, such as diabetes, high cholesterol, kidney and liver disease, arthritis, cancer, weight gain, and frequent constipation.

Most people are aware that they should remove toxic waste from their bodies, but they don’t do anything about it. Because a high percentage of diseases can originate in the colon, due to toxic build-up, cleansing the colon is a great way to start on the path to a healthier future. It’s important to note that this is a great first step, but we recommend cleansing the entire body to help completely rejuvenate your systems and organs.

Coconut Kefir

Coconut kefir has become a trending health food, and for good reason! Containing many probiotic compounds and beneficial bacteria, coconut kefir can help to fight against carcinogens, bacteria, and more. Coconut kefir helps to support a healthy microbiome, and it contains an insoluble polysaccharide, kefiran, that can help to boost the immune system.


Containing two types of dietary fiber (soluble and insoluble fiber), flaxseeds can help to slow digestion and increase the consistency of contents in the intestines. They also help water bind to stools, which can increase the bulk of stools and aid with softer excrement, ultimately helping to prevent constipation.

Ingredients For Cleansing Recipe

In order to keep your gut happy and healthy, drink the following mixtures every day for breakfast (to their corresponding weeks), followed by drinking eight ounces of filtered water. Drink these mixtures for three weeks as per the instructions below.

  • Week 1: 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseeds with ½ cup of coconut kefir
  • Week 2: 2 tablespoons of ground flaxseeds with ½ cup of coconut kefir
  • Week 3: 3 tablespoons of ground flaxseeds with ¾ cup of coconut kefir