Test Your Elimination System

Do you Accumulate or Eliminate Toxins

Your Liver and Large Intestine detoxify and remove toxins from within

  • Do you struggle with constipation?
  • Do you get enough fiber in your daily diet?
  • Are you polluting yourself from the inside?

It’s NOT “you are what you eat” – it’s you are what you absorb and what you DON”T eliminate.

  • Poor elimination causes internal pollution
  • Do you Accumulate or Eliminate toxins?
  • Water is critical in helping keep the bowels moving.

Check all that apply

   Coated or fuzzy debris on tongue

   Foul smelling gas or bowel movements

   Alternating constipation and diarrhea

   Irritable bowel, mucous, colitis, or lower abdominal pain

   Bowel movements painful/ difficult

   History or currently constipated

   Bouts of diarrhea

   Burning or itching anus

   History of yeast infections

   Use of antibiotics, birth control pills, steroid hormones or estrogens

   Skin eruptions/bumps, psoriasis or eczema

 Stool is small hard and dry

   Use laxatives

   Eat refined, processed, fast foods

   Coffee needed to start bowel movements

   Do you struggle with hemorrhoids

   Headaches or migraines

   Dry skin, itchy, rashes, or peeling feet

   Gallstones or gallbladder removed

   Brown spots or bronzing of skin

   Intolerance to greasy foods

   Feel nauseous or queasy after eating fatty foods

   Retain water

   Feet Burn

   Strong body odor

   Sensitive to chemicals, fumes, odors or smoke

You do not select any option

DYour ability to eliminate toxins do NOT seem to be a problem

Your liver and or large intestine may be in jeopardy. You may want to add a green drink, some additional fiber to your diet and reduce the refined sugars in your diet.

The Metabolic Assessment Profile confirms liver function and your ability to detoxify and remove toxins

Are you accumulating or eliminating toxins?

Internal pollution as a result of poor elimination is a major problem that needs to be addressed.  Additional fiber, green drinks, and a good detoxification, cleanse program is recommended.  A colon cleanse would be recommended to help get the bowels moving.  If there is a history of antibiotics, birth control pills, steroid hormones and poor diet…I would recommend a yeast/parasite cleanse.

Do NOT begin a cleanse without first strengthening your adrenals first…this will reduce the negative effects caused by most cleanses.  Additional magnesium would help keep the bowels moving.

Tips to Improve Your Elimination Function:

  • Fiber is needed to pull out the toxins and poisons from our body.  Fiber is like the railroad carts…they carry out the toxins from our body.
  • Before beginning a good cleanse to help get your bowels moving…make sure your digestive system is functioning well.
  • A good cleanse to overcome constipation and stay regular should include lots of water, fiber, raw fruits and veggies…and less or NO processed refined white sugar and flour.
  • A yeast/parasite cleanse is different than a cleanse to move the bowel…the goal is to eliminate the overgrowth of yeast, fungus, candida and parasites that have overgrown in your large intestines.
  • Yeast/parasite overgrowth is a huge problem and effects more women than man for two simple reasons.  First, women take birth control pills – men don’t.
  • Second, women use more antibiotics than men.  Birth control, antibiotics, and steroid hormones kill off the “good” bacteria that lines our intestines and allows the overgrowth of the harmful “bad” bacteria.

The overgrowth of the “bad” bacteria pollutes our bodies from the inside.

There are over a trillion cells of bacteria in your intestines, which do many things…

  • they digest your food
  • they make your B vitamins
  • they account for over 50% of your immune system…VERY IMPORTANT
  • Simply stated, the bacteria in your intestines digest your food and “poop” it out…the ones that “poop” out or excrete waste material that is good or beneficial for your body we call “good” bacteria.  The ones that “poop” out waste material that are toxic to your body are called “bad” bacteria.
  • You should have a lot more of the “good” bacteria, than the “bad” unfortunately the use of antibiotics, birth control pills, steroid hormones and poor dietary choices contribute to an imbalance of the “good” and “bad” bacteria.
  • There are specific herbs to help eliminate the bad bacteria (garlic, oregano, grapefruit seed, black walnut, caprylic acid, pau d’arco, etc)