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Digestive issues are

Digestive issues are something to be taken seriously.

All health, and all disease, begins in the colon. The colon is the main elimination system in the body. If it gets clogged or broken, any disease that begins there will spread throughout the body. That is what happened to my mom, and Samantha's sister. Colon cancer that later spread to the liver. Believe me, you don't want any part of that.

A person should have at least one bowel movement per day, preferably three, one after each meal. If you are not eliminating, then toxins are staying in the body.

I went for a 20 mile bike ride today. The hunger pangs came and went, but I didn't lack for energy.

If you felt weak the whole time, there might have been a lot of toxins coming out into your system. It is imperative that you get them out during your fast either with an enema or a salt water flush.

I recently learned the salt water flush kills the bacteria in your gut, so I don't want to use that method any more. The enema is not pleasant. I did one today, and I felt pretty crappy, excuse the pun, but much better later. Not pleasant, but again, the body needs maintenance.

I cannot recommend this book higher in terms of motivating and explaining the purpose of a fast:
http://www.amazon.com/Keep-Healthy-Young-Juice-Fasting-ebook...

This is the juicer I use & love

http://www.amazon.com/Omega-J8006-Nutrition-Center-Juicer/dp...

It is a snap to clean up. Under 2 minutes - seriously.

Whatever problems you are having it is your body's way of communicating with you. Listen and take it seriously. Best of luck.

He's the man.