Got High Cholesterol? Try Activated Charcoal

Are you familiar with activated charcoal? It’s been used for thousands of years for a variety of health issues. Many people use it for face masks or to whiten teeth, but it can also be mixed with water and drank.

What makes activated charcoal great for our health when you drink it is because it ADSORBS a variety of bacteria, poisons and toxins in the gut.

The best way to describe adsorb is like a magnet: items that are negatively charged are attracted to the magnet. they literally stick to it. the same thing happens with toxins and activated charcoal.

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Activated charcoal can NOT be digested by the body. Instead, it goes to the intestines, where it is eventually removed from the body when we go to the bathroom. All the toxins, bacteria and other things attached to it are removed from the body naturally as well. This is what makes activated charcoal so special.

It is also used to help alleviate symptoms of gas and bloating. One great benefit that should be investigated is it’s ability to remove bad cholesterol from the body.

Here’s my experience with taking activated charcoal powder!

I make sure to take activated charcoal on an empty stomach. I prefer to take in the afternoon, and drink plenty water. I eat a healthy dinner to replenish my gut, and take a spoonful of blackseed oil before going to bed.

While some think you only need to take AC when suffering food poisoning, I look at it from a different perspective: how do we know we aren’t ingesting pesticides and other toxins unknowingly? What if we are slowly ingesting toxins over time that are slowly accumulating on our bodies?

So far, I haven’t had any issues with taking the activated charcoal. I will continue to take it 2x per week and monitor myself closely for any changes in my body.

There are many brands of activated charcoal to choose from. In addition to powder form, toothpaste, masks, and pill form varieties are available.

Maintaining good health is essential. Don’t wait until you’re sick to take better care of yourself. be proactive and make an effort to improve your life physically, mentally, spiritually and financially.

Get more tips in my book The Diet of Success: Healthy Eating Tips For Hard Working Professionals, and The 3 Pillars of Strength: Increasing Your Physical, Mental and Spiritual Fitness. Both available on Amazon.

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