What is the difference between the before/after photos my friend my sister? Colonics and a little adjustment to my eating style.
First, regular colonics and enemas are an essential internal hygiene to flush out toxins and get rid of a flabby stomach.
Then, I’ve been eating raw for over 5 years but have come a long way. As a child, I suffered from belly ache. Later on, I suffered from severe constipation and bulimia. So if you’re lucky you didn’t do all of this on your body my friend my sister, your “after” picture may be a lot better than mine.
The person who did the colonics advised me to add a little bit of cooked vegetables (steamed or gently cooked) to my meals to have less fiber to digest. I also cut out soy/tamari sauce and oats, both of which can cause fermentations and bloating in some people.
I still have a lot of things to work on, like doing more abs workouts, which I have been doing every day for the past few months.
In addition, I am sure that your belly will be more beautiful than mine my friend my sister, because I admit that I still suffer from PTSD (post-traumatic stress, flashbacks, anxiety) which means for instance that I have trouble eating slowly, chewing each bite for a long time. For example, it is stressful for me to eat with someone else. I need to be alone, in a very quiet place. Remember that digestion begins in the mouth with saliva!
In summary: losing belly fat is possible each person at their own pace by combining: a healthy diet (the worst is sugar and prepared meals), abs and training every day, good intestinal hygiene, a reduction of stress in your life, better management of emotions and enough sleep (not getting enough sleep makes you fat). More resources on inner purity on the blog.