If you’re overweight this is an effective way to get rid of the toxins and lose some weight at the same time. I can tell you it worked well for me.
This organic drink recipe you can make at home and it will elevate your state of health by flushing stagnant waste in your system. You can lose a lot of weight in the process.
Gut Health + Regular Exercise + Adequate Sleep = Sustained Weight Loss
Exercise is necessary to lose weight in a sustained manner, but we also need to address the health of your digestive system.
When we hear about weight loss we usually hear about how many situps, pushups, and miles you can run while eating salads all day. That, or some new fad diet and exercise regimen of the week. Or how to meal prep or use coconut oil in a thousand ways. What if I told you your gut has a lot to do with the equation?
It turns out that the intestinal tract is home to a whole community of complex microbial creatures that have everything to do with human health (please see the video at the bottom). And if your stomach microbes are out of whack it doesn’t matter how many pushups we do.
Thanks to modern sequencing technologies and nongenomic techniques, we are just beginning to understand how important the gut microbiome truly is…especially when it comes to preventing and fighting disease.
That being said, taking good care of our belly by way of fiber-rich foods is critical.
In fact, if you drink this concoction below every morning for a week you will not only lose weight, you will feel light and energized to take on the day!
- 5 organic prunes
- 1 tablespoon organic flaxseed
- 1 tablespoon organic chia seeds
- 2 cups organic coconut milk
Dice up the prunes and put everything in the blender
How to Use:
Drink as soon as you get up in the morning and don’t eat anything for 30-60 minutes. If you follow this regimen and stay away from sugar and booze for 3 weeks you will see the weight start to really drop off fast. This empties and scrubs your colon clean and you will feel great!overall health.
Your overall health will improve across the board. Patience and consistency are key here.