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Colon cleansing is important for eliminating deposited toxins and bacteria (these substances, harmful in the long term, accumulate due to poor diet, insufficient hydration, lack of physical activity and stress) because if stored too long they may affect the presence of good bacteria and prevent the absorption of essential nutrients contained in food that has been digested.
Waste in the body can lead to low energy, slow weight loss, cause disease and disrupt the functioning of the digestive system.
To facilitate and accelerate this process, it is possible to use two natural ingredients that will help purify the colon, these are cider vinegar and honey.
- 2 tablespoons of organic cider vinegar
- 2 tablespoons of organic honey
- 1 large glass of lukewarm alkaline, spring, or distilled water
In a tall glass of lukewarm alkaline, spring, or distilled water, add the apple cider vinegar and honey and stir until the honey dissolves.
Every day, drink a glass of this 100% natural drink.
- Apple cider vinegar is rich in bio-active components, including acetobacter which facilitates the breakdown of pieces of food that remain stuck to the intestinal walls. It lowers blood sugar levels after a meal, lowers blood pressure and regulates bowel activity. In addition, its alkaline action contributes to the proper functioning of the digestive system and relieves the irritated walls of the colon.
- Honey has been recognized as a real panacea since the dawn of time, honey acts on constipation and regulates transit and intestinal functions thanks to its high fructose content. This circulates to the large intestine without having been digested, so when the intestinal bacteria begin fermentation, it draws a large amount of water into the intestine and thus provides a laxative effect. Honey is an essential ally to naturally relieve disorders related to the digestive system and transit.
The combination of the two ingredients
Combined together, these two elements have miraculous virtues thanks to the essential nutrients they contain and the medicinal properties they possess. They promote the elimination of waste and toxins stored in the colon and strengthen the body’s defense system. Both rich in minerals, vitamins and antioxidants, they help fight against free radicals and cell oxidation.
In addition, their antibacterial properties have an effect equivalent to that of a natural antibiotic to purify the body and slow down the aging of the organs.
They also intervene to lower the level of bad cholesterol in the blood (LDL), treat acid reflux, joint pain and eczema, fight against low energy and excess fatigue, and fight bad breath.
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