Gut Detox Methods From Heavy Metals and Biofilm Flora Pollution – Interview with Dr. Artour


The question addressed by Dr. Artour Rakhimov is, “How to detoxify from heavy metals and what techniques can be used for gut detox?. What are methods for gut detox or digestive cleansing?” In our previous videos, we discussed how to use sweating and physical exercise for detoxing and learning the Buteyko breathing method. The same techniques can be used to detoxify the gut.

The techniques were engaging in intensive physical exercise or sweating in a sauna or a combination of the two. Students participating in intensive exercise achieved normalization of their gut flora. This creates a healthy intestinal environment where they do not require toilet paper. Other techniques for gut detox include breathing retraining using the Buteyko technique. Breathing exercises are used to increase body oxygen levels and slow down unconscious breathing patterns throughout the day. More about the cleansing sanogenesis reaction of truly detoxifying body is on the page “Cleansing Reaction and Body Detox (Buteyko Breathing Technique)” . This also applies for heavy metal detoxing such as mercury, cadmium, lead, and so forth.

They are very useful and have been tested by Buteyko doctors on thousands of people in the Soviet Union. There are some people that experience detoxification reactions because they have been taking medications for years and/or they have been unhealthy for long periods of time. These people have built up more toxins in their bodies and can go through stronger symptoms of detoxification.

Also, they experience stronger detox effects if they practice breathing exercises for long periods of time from 2 to 4 hours a day. There is a web page on explaining this effect. Using nutritional supplements helps to lessen these reactions. For example, magnesium and other minerals are useful.

Physical exercise and lifestyle changes are also helpful for breathing retraining and speedy detoxing. Also, eating seaweeds helps. Thousands of studies can be found online that show how seaweeds bind with heavy metals and keep them to themselves. Dried seaweeds, kelp, Chlorella and Spirulina algae, and others can be used.

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This gut detox video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov who was interviewed by Chris Prokop. Chris Prokop also produced an original text description. Dr. Artour Rakhimov is breathing teacher and trainer. He is the author of the website, NormalBreathing practitioner trainer, health educator, and published Amazon writer.

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