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Well today was interesting. Last night I took six Oxy Powder capsules and a couple squirts of Liver Shield.
I woke up at 8 am and had a massive bowel movement which was watery with large chunks of stool. And two hours later, I had another massive watery movement.
I will keep you updated!
Well it’s day 3 of my 6 day colon/liver cleanse.
As last night, I took 6 Oxy Powder capsules along with plenty of water and two squirts of Liver Shield.
The bowel movement keep on coming. I had a large watery movement around 9 am followed by another watery movement at noon and another watery movement at 2 pm.
I will update this post tonight after work in case anything else happens.
EDIT: I had one more bowel movement at 2:45 pm and two bowel movements at work.
Comment: I know the pro-GMO ethical vegans will just attack me as a “Big Meat” shill, but I don’t care. I’d rather be a Big Meat shill than a pro-GMO, pro-Monsanto ethical vegan hanging from Bill Gates’ nutsack.
This is more proof that ethical veganism is tool of the globalists (Gates, Soros, Monsanto, Rockefeller, Rothschild) to dumb people down and to turn them into weak, obedient slaves. This is why they are trying to get their gun confiscation agenda to come to fruition. And when they confiscate all guns, they’ll even confiscate all hunting rifles so you won’t be able to feed yourself or your family when the shit hits the fan. You WILL submit to their vegan agenda. You WILL submit to their gun confiscations. You WILL submit to having your self-sufficiency ripped from you. Otherwise, you will be labelled a domestic extremist and put in a FEMA death camp.
by Khushbu Shah
Oct 8, 2015
The company is best known for its plant-based cheeseburger that “bleeds.”
The company behind the veggie burger that bleeds its own blood just closed on a $108 million round of funding. According to TechCrunch, investors in California-based food start-up Impossible Foods now include Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Hong Kong business tycoon Li Ka-Shing. The company reportedly also raised $75 million from investors in a previous funding round.
The Wall Street Journal writes that Impossible Foods was founded in 2011 by Patrick Brown, a former biochemistry professor at Stanford. Brown also co-founded Kite Hill, a company that produces almond milk cheeses and vegan cream cheese-like spreads that are sold in stores like Whole Foods. Through Impossible Foods, Brown is attempting to produce plant-based meat and dairy products, such as bacon and chicken, that contain no cholesterol, hormones, or antibiotics, notes CNBC. Brown says his company also aims to help feed the “ballooning population of people on Earth.” In 1940, the population was three billion, but forecasts estimate that by 2050, there will be 9.5 billion humans on the planet.
The tech world appears to really believe in the potential of the company. Before Bill Gates invested in Impossible Foods, the start-up was in talks with Google. In July, the search engine giant tried to buy Impossible Foods for $300 million. However, the deal fell through because the company wanted more than what Google was willing to pay.
Well it’s day two of my liver/colon cleanse.
How are things going?
Well yesterday I had four bowel movements and felt so light and clean. (The Advanced Liver Cleanse product page says that 3-5 movements are optimal during the cleanse.)
Last night I decided to take six Oxy Powder capsules – instead of four – along with a couple squirts of Liver Shield.
This morning, I had two bowel movements and I’m about to go have my third for the day. (EDIT 1:15 PM: Just got back from my third BM, and it was a massive watery ejection.)
I’ve had no discomfort whatsoever. My bowel movements don’t feel like “Mount St. Helens exploding from my asshole” (thank you L.A. Beast for that classic line lol), but they still feel as if I’m basically pissing out of my ass. But this is to be expected if you look up the information about the Advanced Liver Cleanse.
I watched a video of Rob Dew’s testimonial about his experience with Oxy Powder and he claimed he lost 12 pounds during his 6 day Oxy Powder cleanse. I don’t doubt him one bit. My first bowel movement yesterday morning was massive, and I’m sure that was all of the built-up fecal matter stuck in my colon.
This stuff really works!
EDIT: Had two more watery movements since my third.
I ordered the Advanced Liver Cleanse pack several days ago, and the package came in the mail. (Also got two Infowars.com bumper stickers and the Citizens Rule Book as a bonus.)
Last night I decided to start with the Oxy Powder so I took the recommended dose of 4 capsules with 8 oz. water. I also decided to take some of the Liver Shield directly.
This morning when I woke up, I could feel my inside rumbling, so I got up and went to the bathroom, and all I will say is I sat on the toilet for at least 15 minutes.
Half an hour later I decided to have some fresh orange juice. About 10 minutes after drinking the orange juice, I felt the urge to go to the bathroom again. This time, it felt as if I was urinating out of my backside, Out of curiosity, I looked down, and I swear I could see what looked like tiny black marbles. After that, I got up and took my dog for a walk, and I had never felt so light and clean before in my life.
I eat mostly a plant-based diet which is occasionally supplemented by wild fish and wild game. I frequently supplement my plant intake by using my juicer and my Nutri Ninja (similar to the NutriBullet). (I opt for the Nutri Ninja more often because you still get the fiber.) I also love going for nature hikes and love taking my Sport Berkey with me to get water from mountain streams. (I need to get a new Sport Berkey filter soon.)
So far the recommended dose of 4 Oxy Powder capsules is working for me. If I can maintain the recommended 3-5 bowel movements with just 4 capsules, then I will stick with 4 capsules per dose.
(In case anybody’s curious, I’m 5’10” and weight 185 lbs., and I used to be 207 before changing my diet.)
Dear egg industry … you’re getting scrambled!
A recent report, issued by the Cornucopia Institute clearly illustrates the marry-go-round of staff and how so many questionable processed food ingredients have been deemed okay in foods labelled “organic”. They’re calling it the Organic Watergate and at the centre of it is one of my most despised additives: carrageenan.
Degraded carrageenan can be found in all kinds of “organic” foods (like almond milk to your soy yogurt to your dairy free ice cream) along with medical meal replacements like Ensure. I have long argued in favour of the benefit of Irish Moss– the whole and health promoting food- of which carrageenan is thought to be derived. I would argue, however, that the thickening agent that is carrageenan and found in our thickened liquids is far from natural. Irish Moss and carrageenan are not the same thing. A bit like comparing raw sheep milk cheese with cheese whiz, or strawberries with strawberry Jell-O.
The politics around carrageenan begin on page 11 of this document, but I will summarize right here for you:
- Carrageenan is derived from red seaweed.
- Carrageenan can be classified as low molecular weight, “degraded” carrageenan, or high molecular weight, or “undegraded” carrageenan.
- Degraded carrageenan is recognized as a carcinogen in lab animals, and is therefore classified as a “possible human carcinogen” by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
- Degraded carrageenan also causes inflammation in the colon in rodents, which resembles ulcerative colitis, an inflammatory bowel disease.
- This inflammatory property of degraded carrageenan is not in dispute, especially since the medical research community has used degraded carrageenan for decades to induce acute inflammation in experimental trials conducted with lab animals, to test anti- inflammation drugs.
- Carrageenan processors claim that food-grade carrageenan sold to food processors falls entirely in the undegraded category. However, studies (including industry-funded studies) show that food-grade carrageenan is also linked to colon inflammation and colon cancer in animals.
You read that correctly. Whether degraded or non-degraded, “food-grade” processed carrageenan sold to food processors has been a known human carcinogen and proven to induce intestinal inflammation.
What, you may be wondering, does this have to do with every doctor and dietician’s favourite dietary replacement beverage Ensure? Or why Abbot actually promotes Ensure as an aid for digestive tract health. Both good questions.
As I mentioned, Ensure along with many doctor recommended meal replacements, contains carrageenan. And who is told to take this? Yes- people suffering from conditions of wasting- including patients post chemo/radiation and people recovering from intestinal surgeries due to inflammatory bowel disease. The reality is that they are recommending a food that contains an additive that is directly linked to the very diseases for which they are suffering.
Consider this: Ensure, containing pro-intestinal-inflammatory carrageenan, an ingredient proven to aggravate Crohn’s and Colitis, is made by Abbot Laboratories. Abbot Laboratories is also the maker of Humira, a popular treatment for Crohn’s and Colitis. Here’s the kicker though- Abbot Lab’s Ensure is also the bronze level sponsor of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada (CCFC).
Isn’t that a perfect mix? Some might see this relationship as contradictory as having a cigarette company sponsor the search to cure lung cancer.
I have been attempting to schedule an interview with the CCFC regarding whether they believe there is a conflict of interest having major sponsors whose products could aggravate the conditions for which they are funding cures for, but so far, they have yet to be available.
We might also begin to ask why the Dieticians of Canada are recommending Ensure as a milk alternative for those who are lactose intolerant. I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that along with Coca-Cola, PespsiCo, and Unilever, Abbot, makers of Ensure, is also a an “Academy Partner” of the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
It’s not at all difficult to find this information and make these connections and they are certainly not limited to Ensure and Carageenan.
All any of has to do is start with the question and the connections become very clear very quickly. I hope that by next week I will have been able to get my interview with the CCFC to gain a better understanding of their relationship to this product. I don’t know about you but I would love to see organizations, doctors and dieticians make recommendations based on facts and knowledge rather than sponsorship funds! (Share today’s tweetable if you agree!)
Clear out the carageenan. The best thickener is fresh Irish moss anyway and this stuff actually heals. Too bad there’s no way for pharma to patent it- otherwise the whole food that heals could actually be promoted to the sufferers of disease rather than alchemic potions that only make people worse.
For a more in depth look at the rest of the Ensure ingredients, check out our Superhero Josh Gitalis’ post about it here.