Disclaimer: Click to read.
Beet Juice Cleanse protocol is fairly easy to do; here's how...
The Beet Juice Cleanse protocol below is, among other benefits, said to be a great biofilm buster.
Why would that be important? Biofilms are the layers of virtually impenetrable gunk that parasites and pathogens large to microscopic secrete as a protective layer. Like the subway system in New York City, the channels, pathways and hideouts of the pathogens exist in a subterranean manner while the traffic goes back and forth up above.
Beet juice cleanse introduces saponins not only into the gut, but absorbed further into the body, allegedly dissolving the gunk of the biofilms and eventually dissolving the pathogens themselves.
Other benefits of beet juice cleanse include enhanced nitric oxide production.
HOWEVER, not to worry; you don't have to do this protocol to improve your NO status.
Our wonderful Montiff Vas-cu-Care capsule product is easy, convenient and HIGHLY effective as a Nitric Oxide booster par excellence!
1 - Put 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, preferably Ceylon Cinnamon, in a small shaker jar with 4 oz water. Shake well, chug down and chase immediately with pure water.
2 - 15 minutes later, juice your beets. Ideally can combine 1 part beet juice with 1 part asparagus juice. However, if you don't have asparagus, pure beet juice or beet and carrot juice is fine.
Start with just 1 or 2 ounces beet juice for the first week or so and SLOWLY work up the dose at a rate that is comfortable for you.
3 - IMMEDIATELY after your beet juice comes the pleasant part - eat a whole apple. This is to ameliorate any possible stomach upset reaction or discomfort that can occur from drinking the purple 'rocket fuel.'
One protocol ALSO includes eating a raw carrot after the apple.
4 - Wait 30 - 40 minutes to eat a meal.
Know that beet juice cleanse CAN have a laxative effect; you may be a person who welcomes that.
Because beets are high in oxalates, you may want to eat more low-oxalate foods during the rest of your day. All animal foods, peas, grapes, lettuce and lemon juice are some examples of low-oxalate foods. Grains, nuts, spinach, chard, tumeric, garlic, ginger and sweet and hot peppers are examples of high-oxalate foods.
Throughout this website, statements are made pertaining to the properties and/or functions of food and/or nutritional products. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and these materials and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. For all health and medical questions, please consult with your doctor. By viewing this site, you are stating that you agree with this disclaimer.
Medicardium Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA Chelation Suppositories
EDTA is a chelator which also supports circulatory capacity and nitric oxide production. For more info,
Vas-cu-Care - Montiff's cardiovascular, nitric-oxide formula extraordinaire!
For more info,