Why is Fiber Important?

This is where we discuss how toxic waste can help get rid of your belly fat. What I mean by “toxic waste” is, well… poop that has built up on your digestive tract.

(Hence the toilet bowl reference.)


In all honestly, when your digestive system is clogged and polluted with waste, you can’t efficiently absorb the healthy proteins, and essential nutrients that your body needs to be healthy and to burn fat at an accelerated rate. Also, when your not receiving an adequate amount of nutrients, your mind to tell your stomach to EAT MORE by causing uncontrollable cravings. This is a problem.

Your system needs to be clean in order to fight hunger. You do this in 3 ways…the first is to eat more fiber.

According to the American Heart Association, 50% of Americans aren’t getting nearly enough fiber from their daily diet. This low fiber intake sets off a major digestive “backup”, yes… not enough pooping.

This also dramatically increases one’s risk of heart disease, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.


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