Oxy-Powder 5 Frequently Asked Questions

Oxy Powder Frequently Asked Questions

Today I’m looking at Oxy-Powder 5 frequently asked questions.

In my last post I discussed how best to use Oxy-Powder and how to decide on what dosage and maintenance is best for you.

Once a client finds out what dosage works best for them, then they will often ask one or all of the five questions listed below…

1. Should I follow any particular diet while taking Oxy-Powder?

GHC the manufacturers of Oxy-Powder say ‘Yes’. Eat a healthy live food based diet. In addition, increase the amount of purified water you drink.

Try to avoid any carbonated beverages, caffeine, and alcohol. Reduce your intake of sugar, fried foods, white flour, dairy, etc.

Our recommended diet is fresh fruit in the morning, a salad and a carbohydrate source for lunch, and a low calorie and low protein meal for dinner.

2. How will I know when my bowels are clean and the old compacted faecal matter is gone?

GHC says ….’Everyone’s results differ depending on their diet, exercise patterns, and age as well as physical and emotional stress levels.

The frequency of your bowel movements will usually begin to diminish as the digestive tract rids itself of toxic matter. The stools may still continue to be loose or semi-solid, however, due to the oxidation process.

At this point the nascent oxygen will be available for the body to absorb through the capillary walls in the intestinal lining thereby aiding the body in the purification of the blood, organs, and lymph system.

However, to ensure you continue to stay as clean inside as possible, you should eat only live, raw fruits and vegetables and completely eliminate the intake of all toxins.

Because the Standard American Diet is so poor, we believe you will need to cleanse on a continuous basis to help keep the entire intestinal lining clean.

Therefore, we recommend a continued maintenance dose every other evening at the minimum. Use your bowel activity as a guide. You will know how “clean” you are by the colour, consistency, and frequency of your bowel movements.

As the intestinal tract is becoming cleaner, the colour of the bowel movement should be much lighter and transit time (time from eating to elimination) should be shorter.

You should also be experiencing more frequent, healthy, softer, and smoother bowel movements. The oxygen released by Oxy-Powder is helping to kill all kinds of anaerobic bacteria.

Some people will notice a foul smell in the initial stages of cleansing. Over time, there should be a noticeable decrease in foul-smelling bowel movements.

A normal and healthy bowel moves in a timely manner, with the “product” being lighter in color, relatively smooth, and also slick in appearance.

3. I have trouble swallowing capsules. Is there an alternative way to take Oxy-Powder?

GHC says ‘Yes. You can open the capsules and mash the contents in with a banana, or you can pour them into a glass of purified water. The latter method does not mix especially well and may cake a bit. We do not recommend mixing Oxy-Powder® with anything else.’

4. Can I take Oxy-Powder while using prescription medications?

GHC says …’As far as we know there are no contraindications when taking Oxy-Powder® with prescription meds as long as the Oxy Powder is taken 6 hours before or 6 hours after the medicine. Still, it’s always best to check with your health care professional before adding any supplement to your regimen.’

5. Can I use Oxy-Powder while pregnant or nursing?

Please do not use Oxy-Powder® during the first trimester. After the first trimester, please consult with your health care practitioner before using Oxy-Powder® during pregnancy or while nursing. Most doctors feel comfortable recommending Oxy-Powder® to their pregnant and nursing patients, but in a reduced dosage they will help you determine.

Generally, the recommended dose is half of the suggested dose.In some cases, taking Oxy-Powder® while breastfeeding may have caused the baby’s stool to become loose, if this happens, the mother should reduce her dosage until the baby’s stool return to normal.

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