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the accidental chef
Tuesday, November 7, 2006, 12:23am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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It's about pee & poo ...

When one pees with a flourish, there's good bowel movement.

But when the pee comes out like a weak stream, the bowel movement is also affected.

My daily intake of water is 3L plus, and fruits & veggies put together 5-8 cups. Current meat intake 150gms, fish 200gms. Daily exercises and good sleep.

Anyone has got any advice...?

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Tuesday, November 7, 2006, 12:41am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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do you add a pinch of sea salt to your water? and or lemon juice?


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Are you using plenty of ghee and olive oil?

You may want to consider some dandelion tea to help your liver. Increased bile flow from the liver will help with BMs.

Is this a recent change? If so your body may still be adapting to your diet changes.

Here is an old thread on Constipation.


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Quoted from ironwood55
You may want to consider some dandelion tea to help your liver. Increased bile flow from the liver will help with BMs.


If the bowels aren't moving properly, is it okay to use things that are going to detox the liver? Does dandelion only detox or does it also increase bile flow? Should one wait until BM's are normal to start detoxing so that the toxins are actually moved out of the body and not just out of the liver?



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It's my experience that when my liver is functioning properly, my gut always follows happily along!  

Roasted dandelion root

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Cooked beets

Don't drink liquids with your meals, accidental chef.



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the accidental chef
Tuesday, November 7, 2006, 7:24am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Lola, no I just drink plain water. In what way does the sea salt/lemon help?

My other friends , I'm not constipated!

"When one pees with a flourish, there's good bowel movement.

But when the pee comes out like a weak stream, the bowel movement is also affected."

So my concern is that, why is it on some days one pees with flourish with good bowel movement, where as on some other days one pees as if some one turned the tap half way off..and the bowel movement is in installments

As for ghee & olive oil, 1 table sp of the former and 3 of the latter.

No, I drink water after my meals..

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No, I drink water after my meals..


accidental chef, not meaning to nitpick here, but Victoria mentioned not drinking water with your meals. If you mean right after your meals, same thing I guess. Just wanted to clarify that for you, if needed.     If not, off I go!  



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Yes, the idea is to not dilute your digestive juices by putting water (or juice, etc.) into your stomach while it has food in there that needs to be left alone for a while with the magic of enzymes.



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the accidental chef
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accidental chef, not meaning to nitpick here, but Victoria mentioned not drinking water with your meals. If you mean right after your meals, same thing I guess. Just wanted to clarify that for you, if needed.     If not, off I go!  


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Victoria..right, now I see what y'all mean. OK..thanks!

How long after a meal does one drink water?

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-still would like to know what's causing my current situation..
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About half an hour before eating and up to an hour after is what I do.  Depending on what I ate and how full I am.

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