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6. Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are nature’s perfect gut cleaners. They are full of omega 3 fatty acids which are natural inflammation fighters. All you have to do is add them to a glass of water, or sprinkle them on a salad. If you leave them in water for a while, they plump up and create a jello-like consistency. You can also add it to your smoothies, or make a pudding with chia seeds, almond milk, and cacao.

7. Fennel Seeds

Fennel seeds are great for eliminating mucus build-ups in the digestive tract. They also relieve excess gas, and prevent flatulence.

8. Flax Seeds

Flax seeds, like chia seeds are also a great anti-inflammatory agent with nutritional value. According to Sheah L. Rarback, M.S., director of nutrition at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, “You want things in your diet that are multi-functional in that they have micronutrients in them like vitamins and minerals, and also help with digestion and fiber. Omega-3s are an added benefit. Omega-3s are anti-inflammatory. Inflammation is probably the cause of most of our problems and chronic conditions.”

9. Filtered water and Sea Salt

Hydration is the key to good colon function. Most people don’t drink enough water as it is, and adding some sea salt to your water makes for an even more effective detox.

10. Apple Cider Vinegar

Almost every major colon cleansing program involves apples because of their fiber content. Apples and apple cider vinegar also contain pectin, which is a carbohydrate compound that acts as a thickening agent in the gut to remove toxins that are harder to move through the digestive tract.

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