If you feel bloated or feel difficulty or gas in your stomach, then maybe your body is telling you that you’re not making the wisest food choices lately and it’s time to make some serious diet changes. Holidays are the time of the year when we are allowed to eat whatever we want and whenever we want to, without feeling guilty or judged by anyone. However, a great amount of food or bad diet choices can overwhelm our stomach and we start feeling without energy and bloated most of the time.
How to Detect a Toxicity in the Body?
Well, your body will find its way to tell you that something is wrong and that you need to take things into your own hands and do something about it. When you experience some health issues, then you’re probably at need of some serious diet changes, but before you make those changes, it’s best if you cleanse your organism first and then implement a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Some of the symptoms which indicate that you must provide a detox of your colon include:
-Aches- Sometimes we ignore minor headaches and backaches, because we blame our stressful and tiring day. However, we should never ignore the signs that our body gives us. Any type of ache is just a minor symptom of a health condition, such as toxicity caused by a blocked colon.
-Acne- These small indicators are just a big reaction to the chaos that prevails in your body. The toxins in your stomach may reflect directly on your face and in no time, you’ll find yourself struggling with skin and acne problems.
-Stomach problems- Constipation, gas and bloated stomach are just a few of the issues that you may have due to toxicity caused by the colon. Toxins can only cause damage to the bowel walls and cause serious damage to your digestive system.
-Constant tiredness- If you feel without energy or any will to do something, then this can also be an indication that you have problems with toxins in the colon and you need a detox as soon as possible.
-Bad breath- This is due to the toxicity caused by the colon, which causes toxic gas to be released into the body and hence the bad breath in your mouth. You know what that means, right? Immediate detox!!
Well, it’s not all bad, because there are two ingredients out there which can do wonders for your stomach problems. Apple cider vinegar and honey are two potent ingredients which will make you feel relieved and you can easily say your goodbyes to the bloated stomach, constipation and gases.
Apple Cider Vinegar
If you are already trying to incorporate more and more home remedies in your diet, then apple cider vinegar had surely entered your home and diet. This notoriously famous product has been used in so many ways that it’s only natural for you to indulge yourself with this product.
Make sure to purchase and use the one which is raw, unfiltered and the organic kind of apple cider vinegar, because you can find many types on the market and not all will provide you with the full benefits of apple cider vinegar.
It contains a good bacteria, known as acetobacter, which has a positive impact on the food in the gut. Due to the acid content, apple cider vinegar helps you with acid reflux and heartburn and it’s also great for improving the absorption of all the important minerals of the food you intake.
Some of the health benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar include:
- help you maintain a healthy body weight
- promotes good cholesterol levels
- provides a better absorption
- eases heartburn and acid reflux
- promotes the healthy blood sugar
- has an antibacterial properties
- it’s a powerful antioxidant
By noting just some of the health benefits of apple cider vinegar, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t purchase one this very moment and feel the benefits from first hand.
This amazing superfood may not burn calories or help you lose weight, however if you look at the health benefits it has to offer for your body, then you’ll realize that consuming honey on a daily basis is the best call. The raw and organic honey will help you greatly with the digestive system and with health issues connected with the processing and the absorption of powerful nutrients. The combination of apple cider vinegar and honey is just marvelous and the results are beyond it.
Some of the health benefits of honey include:
- promotes digestive health by providing our bodies with probiotics that improve the digestive health and restore the healthy bacteria
- beneficial in destroying cancer cells in our bodies
- antibacterial and antifungal properties
- soothing properties, honey is great for sore throat and fights the common cold
- improves the absorbent properties of our body and plays a great role in enabling a better absorption of the potent minerals and useful nutrients
- it’s a powerful antioxidant
How to prepare the magical Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey detox drink?
Cleanse your colon by preparing a simple and 100% natural and healthy drink made out of these two miraculous products. The ingredient list is very short and simple and the preparation is also easy to follow.
- 2 Tbsp. raw, organic honey
- 2 Tbsp. raw organic Apple Cider Vinegar
- 8 ounces warm water
Add the apple cider vinegar in the warm water, but be careful to be well-mixed, just to make use of the unfiltered part of the vinegar that usually settles at the bottom. Next, add the raw, organic honey to the mixture and mix until the mixture is consistent and the honey dissolves.
When to consume it?
Well, since this drink is completely healthy and harmless, you can drink it at any part of the day, however it’s a great drink to start your day and drink it mostly in the mornings.
You will feel various health benefits from this drink, not just a detoxification of the colon. It’s easy to prepare, the ingredients are easily found in almost every market and it’s up to you to buy them and prepare this delicious, natural, home-made detox drink. Enjoy!
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