I do think the cleansing successes do build
on one another. Of course, longer cleanses do
go deeper, but the real barometer for me, is
how good my bowel movements post-cleanse are.
What constitutes a “normal” bowel movement?
Normal stool should be close to a walnut-brown color.
Stool should have a consistency similar to tooth paste. It should not be hard pellets or chunks (that means you are dehydrated and need to increase your water intake).
Stools should pass easily and you should never strain.
Stools should be about the size and length of a good-sized banana.
Stools should have no gas or strong odor, constipation causes excess gas and odor (since the food stays in the colon too long and begins to ferment and decay).
Stools should settle in the water, then gently submerge. If it quickly plummets to the bottom then there’s not enough fiber in the diet (note: you need 30 to 40 grams of fiber daily, most Americans only get 15 grams). If it floats then either too much fiber or too much undigested fat (too much fat in your diet).
Also, you know there is much other work that the MC
does which is not always flushed out into the potty :)
To dissolve and eliminate toxins and congestion that have formed in any part of
To cleanse the kidneys and the digestive system.
To purify the glands and cells throughout the entire body.
To eliminate all unusable waste and hardened material in the joints and muscles.
To relieve pressures and irritation in the nerves, arteries, and blood vessels.
To build a healthy bloodstream.
To keep youth and elasticity regardless of our years.
I think you are fortunate and doing a great job. Just
keep doing the lemonades and water et al and you will
find greater digestion and elimination will help you
drop off those extra pounds
down the road.
Hang in there~~
The Master Cleanse