The following are important steps to take to remove the layers of mucus and toxic chemicals embedded in the tissues of the intestinal walls. Consult your Health Practitioner to determine if any of these solutions are suitable for you.

1. GOOD BACTERIA Colonize the intestines with good, friendly bacteria that keep bad bacteria in check, reduce gas and help with digestion.

2. WATER Drink plenty of water, 6-8 glasses daily to keep the cells and tissues of the intestines hydrated. Sip some of the water as well as drink water too.

3. FIBER Consume 20 grams of soluble and 20 grams insoluble fiber daily. 10 servings fruits and vegetables daily along with ground flax seed could meet this. Fiber is used for regularity and gentle removal of toxic debris. However, many people with chronic constipation might do better without extra fiber such as flax seed.

4. OXYGEN Oxygenate the colon to cleanse the debris and toxins off the walls, as well as to reduce the toxic load. Oxygen can paralyse anaerobic microbes. Bad bacteria and parasites cannot live in an oxygenated environment. A good oxygen cleanser such as MAGNESIUM PEROXIDE could only be used on a daily basis. But to reduce the toxic load take more to flush out the bowel with diarrhea once a week for 4 weeks. This can be effective, followed by once a month for maintenance.

5. MAGNESIUM 500 mg to 1500 mg magnesium is essential for normal peristalsis (movement of the stool through the intestine). Be aware that if too much magnesium is taken, it can cause the stools to go loose. It is better to be a little loose than to be bloated and backed up with constipation though. See Miracle Magnesium Therapy.

6. ALOE VERA Consume Aloe Vera as it softens and helps unwanted material to slide out more easily. It also helps soothes the stomach lining and intestinal walls. It can repair leaky gut if there are food allergies.

7. ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS Eat non-processed, raw essential fatty acids that are cold-pressed like flax seed oil, olive oil, coconut oil, sunflower oil, sesame, nuts, seeds, avocados, fish, and fish oil to soften and encourage the sliding out of materials from the bowel.

8. EXERCISE Daily exercise tones the colon nerves and muscles. Strengthening the abdominal muscles is important.

9. DIET Avoid foods that are white: white sugar & white flour. Avoid bad fats. Increase fiber from fruits and vegetables. When you look down on your plate of food, you should see more vegetables than all of the other food on the plate. Reduce refined salt. STOP eating sugar, coffee, pop, and alcohol as they are the bad acids that pull nutrients out of the body. Alkalinity is a better state as it maintains minerals, vitamins, enzymes and oxygen.