I’m gonna end everyone’s day by talking a little “Poop”, I just wanna point something out, I’ve had clients who have called me after they started taking some recommended fiber powders, that they were passing rubbery ropy thick “stuff”, (their words not mine)…
Let me clarify what that “Stuff” actually is, when bile that is toxic intermingles with the mucilage aspects within the herbs in the fiber powders, like psyllium and marshmallow (which I love the properties of), the fiber does what it is supposed to it absorbs the toxic nasty’s and turns it into what looks and almost appears to be like rubber.
I actually love it when a client calls me in a bit of a panic, (although truth be told, I actually had someone fish that wonderful stuff out and put it in their bucket and drove it over to my office to identify, yep it is a true story, and we weighted it which was brace ur selves 15 lbs. worth of bowel sludge).
This is why I press upon each client you gotta be pooping, and why I lean so heavy on the positive aspects of fiber. Without the stuff this toxic nasties, that the liver releases can get re absorbed back into the blood and then is redelivered back to the liver that processed it once already. Causes garbage overload which is never a good thing.
Fiber is the pooper scooper of the intestinal highway, it helps reduce cholesterol, reduces estrogen overload by helping to move out some of the extra, it binds with toxins hanging around in the colon. Some folks have had a sluggish colon for a very long time, hence some other herbal combinations may also be necessary to help with muscular integrity.
I cover this topic quite a bit because it’s a pretty important part of staying healthy. Your body is generating garbage every single day and for that reason the trash needs to be taken out several times a day. Folks dealing with IBS symptoms, there is a different issue taking place there, but gut and colon healing needs to be a priority either way.
It just does a body good, so now let me ask ya…. have you had your dosage of fiber lately,?. This health nut just wanted to be nosey!!!
Jodi Barnett N.D.
QFA Clinician, Orthomolecular Nutrition coach,
Raw Food coach
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