Flax Seeds and Chia Seeds
Both flax and chia seeds possess omega-3 fatty acids and fiber that stabilize intestinal cell walls, reduce inflammation and the soluble fiber binds with food to optimize the digestive process.
Supports the body in obtaining more oxygen, preventing growth of cancer cells and quickly eliminates unnecessary toxins from the colon.
This is a relatively fast acting herb that flushes out toxins, helps strengthen the stomach muscles and the colon, and clears the colon of waste by preventing constipation.
Kefir and unpasteurized cultured butter contain healthy probiotic (or beneficial) bacteria that support and balance the existing microbiota in the digestive tract that are responsible for digesting food, absorbing nutrients, thwarting harmful bacteria, and eliminating toxins.
Organic fruits like grapes, pineapples, papaya, and kiwi are rich in fiber. They act as natural lubricants and contain valuable enzymes that help maintain bowel and colon waste regulation.
Apples, apple cider vinegar
High in fiber, a nutrient that is already widely known to promote healthy digestion, apples are rich in fiber that help eliminate waste and also rich in pectin, a carbohydrate compound that acts as a thickening agent inside the gut. Pectin roots out built-up toxins in the colon and strengthens the intestinal lining.
Like apples, avocados are rich in fiber, and include both soluble and insoluble varieties at a ratio of about one to three. This promotes healthy bowel movements and cleanses the colon, effectively reducing one’s overall risk of developing colon cancer.
Spinach, green olives, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery, collard greens, sea vegetables, leeks, peas, and Swiss chard are all high in fat-soluble chlorophyll (“the internal deodorant”) that adheres to the lining of the intestinal wall and retards bacterial growth, removes putrifactive bacteria from the colon, and helps heal the mucosal lining of the gastrointestinal tract.
Clean Water With Sea Salt
Perpetual dehydration can lead to constipation and toxic buildup. You should drink at least half your body weight in ounces of water every single day for maximum hydration and cleansing. Adding some sea salt to your water to help further promote detoxification.
From kidney beans to lentils, legumes contain high levels of fiber that makes these vegetables one of the greatest foods for colon cleansing. The high fiber content of legumes are known to help maintain normal bowel movement and prevent the occurrence of various illnesses in the gastrointestinal tract.