Colon Diet

Christina Dodd 

Water

Drink reverse osmosis water, or a different source of clean and fresh water, all day long. Preferably, drink a half cup every half an hour. For those of you who are drinking raw milk, you may swap some of the water with a half cup to two cups of milk. For those of you who have hypothyroidism as part of your health struggle, you may drink orange or cherry juice in place of water.

Breakfast

Eat breakfast soon after waking up in the morning. It is important that it comprises of fruit, protein, and fat.

Small meals

Eat a small meal in every 2 to 4 hours. This means that you will be eating 5 to 8 meals every day.

Non-starchy vegetables

Have non-starchy vegetables 1 to 4 times each day. Organic is best option. Non-starchy vegetables include broccoli, celery, raw sauerkraut, peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, spinach, onions, salad greens, kale, cauliflower, spaghetti squash, collard greens, and many more.

Protein

Consume 10 to 25 grams of protein every 2 to 4 hours. Proteins may embrace non-commercial, grass-fed meat such as buffalo or beef, elk, ostrich, raw dairy products, fish, organic chicken, organic turkey, or pasture-raised eggs. It is vital that you eat some animal protein each time you eat.

Healthy fats

Have healthy fats all over the day. Healthy fats include, but are not limited to, grass-fed butter, grass-fed butter oil, grass-fed meat, sea fish, fish oils, coconut oil, avocados, pasture-raised eggs, olive oil, nuts, and seeds. Gobble seeds and nuts in lesser quantity.

Food with high enzyme

Consume foods that have a high enzyme contents. These include raw dairy, raw or lightly cooked meats, and lacto-fermented food and drinks such as yogurt, kefir, raw cultured vegetables, and kvass.