Learn how to Go Doody.
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Yo! what's going on? It is incredibly hot in San Diego right now so I just want to give you guys a really, really quick video just like a quick tip to see whether or not your digestive system is working up to par. When it comes to the digestive system, when it comes to going doody, people tend to get real weird about it. There's literally people right now with their butt cheeks all squeezed in together trying not to go doody, because they don't like to go on public places, they don't like to go at work, they don't like to go at school like they can only do it at home. It's kind of weird when you got to go, just go. You got people who are just can't wait for their boyfriend or their girlfriend they go home to like sending brain waves telling him like go home, go home, I got to go, just because they got to go to bathroom really bad, they want to take a dump, and so that's weird too, and of all people I have probably been the weirdest about this out of everybody. But as I have learned more about the digestive system and how important it is, and how it's tied in with some many things like the immune system, the detoxification system, and our energy production and of course our ability to absorb nutrients. I have become more open to it, I have become more open to discussing it with people especially girls I used to never be able to do that, it would absolutely disgust me. But I am cool with it now, because as I see how important it is and how life kind of begins and ends with the digestive system, I feel like I am saving lives. And so hopefully people will learn more about it and follow soon and save some lives with me. And so what I am going to do today is teach you guys how to do a transit time test. And transit time is how long it takes for food to get from your mouth all the way down into cracking your butt and out into the toilet. And some peoples transit times are really off, really bad and we will talk about that in a second. Now you can't do a transit time test with just any food. You need a special food to do this, because when you look in the toilet you don't know if it was like lunch from two days ago or breakfast from this morning, you have no idea because it's kind of like unidentifiable. However if you go out and buy some beans, what beans do is they turn your doody like a bright or not a bright but a deep, deep red alright and so buy some beans cook up about three or four of them, eat them and basically what you do is you would like to see how long it takes for you to have a big red dump, alright and so when you do this if it takes less than twelve hours to have a red dump that means that your digestive system is going to fast and you are probably not absorbing your nutrients as well as you should be. If you have this red dump between twelve and twenty four hours, bravo that is good for you, you have good transit time your digestive system is working properly as far as transit time goes. Now if it takes longer than twenty four hours that's a problem, I got for that clients who go to the bathroom like once every seven days, once every nine days. I mean if you go every seven days you have literally got at least twenty one meals back up in your intestines, I mean that's gross that is toxic. And so if it takes more than twenty four hours you are increasing your chance of cold and cancer and you are increasing the burden on your liver because your body is constantly reabsorbing toxins from your fecal matter and happen to clean them out. You definitely don't want that, that is detracting in front of your health. If you are in that over twenty four hour category, a general recommendation that I can give you is to increase your fiber intake, increase your fruitm vegetable and whole of grain intake and also increase how much water that you drink. If that doesn't clear up the situation then you need some special help, so you want to contact somebody like me or and HHP or a naturopathic or you can make an appointment with your
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