Fiber is one of the items that most people cannot seem to get enough in their diet, yet it is critical for health functioning bowel movements.
Fiber, has amazing effects on many other health issues that start in the gut, such as:
- Increases regularity when you are constipated
- It slows down motility when you have diarrhea or loose stool
- It helps to regulate blood sugar
- Helps lower cholesterol by sweeping waste and debris from the colon, where the blood is rich.
- Has a pre-biotic effect for good bacteria
- Is also fantastic for your heart.
Some people are sensitive to psyllium fiber, but most people do really really well with it. It’s an important distinction to get the powder and not the full husk, as the powder is already broken down and create a nice jelly like substance.
Next, we add Bentonite clay. Why? Clay is an awesome absorber of heavy metals, has an electrical charge (because of a mission ion), so it has a pulling and drawing effect. But the nutrition is off the chart! This clay is ground very fine, and is often used for heavy metal detoxification (cadmium, and such from environmental pollution), alkalizes the body, and helps the cells receive more oxygen. We can go into detail at the office on all the magic of this, but do your own research and feel it in your body – I bet you will feel a difference!
Then we add activated charcoal. Why? Oh my goodness, you want activated charcoal in your life. It has a binding effect like bentonite, it alleviates gas and bloating, reduces joint pain, is an emergency detoxifier, cleans mold and fungus from the body, increases mental acuity, anti-aging, lowers cholesterol, and the list goes on! Activated charcoal is the bomb.com!
Ok, next we add organic grape juice. Whaaaat? Bottled? Heated? Pasteurized? Grape juice. I know, my purists out there are going to scoff at this one, but hear us out on this: The grape has been fully cooked and expressed, which means the body does not have to break it down. High is resveratol, phytonutrients, it dissolves plaque in the arterial walls, anti-inflammatory, reduces LDL oxidation, reduced level of reactive molecules in the blood, less platelet clumping, increases glutithione in the blood stream, creates a vasodialation of endothial cells in the lining of the vascular system, and regulates blood pressure.
The reason we don’t like straight up fruit juice is because the fiber has been removed and tends to spike sugar levels. However, grape juice is different – it doesn’t create that spike AND we are adding fiber back to it.
Finally, we are adding chia seed to the mix. By now, you’ve seen chia seed even at Costco, so most people know about it, but just in case, I’ll add some powerhouse nutrition information here for ya.
A 1 ounce (28 grams) serving of chia seeds contain:
- Fiber: 11 grams.
- Protein: 4 grams.
- Fat: 9 grams (5 of which are Omega-3s).
- Calcium: 18% of the RDA.
- Manganese: 30% of the RDA.
- Magnesium: 30% of the RDA.
- Phosphorus: 27% of the RDA.
- They also contain a decent amount of Zinc, Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Potassium, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) and Vitamin B2.
This is particularly impressive when you consider that this is just a single ounce, which supplies only 137 calories and one gram of digestible carbohydrate!
How about the antioxidant effect, the low carb, added protein, reduces appetite, Omega 3 fatty acids, lowers risks of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, high in bone nutrients and a great egg replacement in baked dishes.
How amazing is all of that?
Finally, we use lemon to activate the grape juice. Lemons…we all know what’s up with that right?
Vitamin C, Pectin, potassium, Vitamin B6, citric acid which reduces kidney stone formation, helps prevent anemia, a cancer reducer, carotenes, amino acids…the lemon is awesome!
What if you could make this concoction for less than $40 a month, perhaps closer to $.50 per serving?
First, you must mix the proper ratio of ingredients listed above.
5 oz of Bentonite Clay
5 oz of Activated Charcoal
8 oz of Chia Seeds (keep them whole)
Combine all ingredients in a bowl then store in a glass container. Glass is very important because of the magnetics of this recipe will pull plastic estrogens into the mix if stored in plastic. We don’t need zenoestrogens mucking up our healthy poop pudding.
Once mixed, store in dry dark location.
Ok, let’s get started. WE need to collect our materials.
1 – 8 oz of Organic Concord Grape Juice (I get mine at Trader Joe’s, or Costco).
1 – Juice of 1 lemon
1 Heaping Scoop Tablespoon of Poop Pudding mix
First, activate the grape juice by adding the juice of 1 lemon. Mix well (notice the top of the juice begins to change properties)
Second, take the liquid mix and mix with the pudding. Gently stir until all the clumps are removed. Store in fridge, then stir again about 15 minutes later.
And that’s it.
The above recipe is for a serving. I sometimes replace an entire meal with this as it is so very filling!
Now, I do recommend a few extra things to help remove the mucoid plaque:
- Give yourself an enema if you are feeling clogged.
- Use Dr. Morse Stomach & Bowel formula as need to move heavier denser waste through the bowels.
- Use 3-4 times a day on a fast and watch the miracles unfold!!
Try doing a 3, 5 or 7 day fast on eating this ONLY at least 3x per day. 5 would be ideal!
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