Has anyone purged pounds of rotting food and toxic sludge

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Zeus-cat

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I almost burst out laughing every time I hear these ads. Has anyone tried it? My brother (recently retired doctor) was aghast when he heard this for the first time. He worked long hours and didn't listen to the radio much until after he retired. He couldn't believe that they were allowed to advertise this stuff.

DavidMcCann

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I do at least twice a day

ThirstyBarbarian

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I like to save it up as long as possible and purge it all at once in an enormous tsunami.

ThirstyBarbarian

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When the levee breaks, got no place to go.

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I almost burst out laughing every time I hear these ads. Has anyone tried it? My brother (recently retired doctor) was aghast when he heard this for the first time. He worked long hours and didn't listen to the radio much until after he retired. He couldn't believe that they were allowed to advertise this stuff.
Oh yeah- the left vegetable crisper bin (or the 'leftover drawer') just yesterday....my wife does not understand my need for Thai food of mass destruction

Peartree

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I ran my first half-marathon last Saturday. "Toxic sludge" is a good approximation of what happened afterward...

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SaturnV

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Go to market new refrigerators based on windovs 10. I expect deaths .. you know... updates.

LW Bercini

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I did! I got rid of about 150 pounds of toxic sludge in 2003.

Back then, they called it "divorce"
:gavel:

BABAR

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I did! I got rid of about 150 pounds of toxic sludge in 2003.

Back then, they called it "divorce"
:gavel:
ouch!

dave carver

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I did! I got rid of about 150 pounds of toxic sludge in 2003.

Back then, they called it "divorce"
:gavel:

...what's really bad is years later you've see the "toxic sludge pile" has ballooned to over 230.....

ksaves2

I did! I got rid of about 150 pounds of toxic sludge in 2003.

Back then, they called it "divorce"
:gavel:
Couldn't you tell by the smell before going into that one? Kurt

LW Bercini

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Couldn't you tell by the smell before going into that one? Kurt
Like carbon monoxide, some toxins are imperceptible. It is not until exposure is large enough before you realize how deadly it can be.

ZeroThrust

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I'm Type 2 diabetic. The doc had me on Metformin for a year. I quit taking it because, let's say, it disagreed with me...for a year... "Oh, you'll get used to it"...that's a no there, doc. Take your Atomic Strength X-Lax and keep it....

LOL, yea Metformin did the same to me. I told my doc I don't take if for that same reason and he put me on something else. I moved, got a new doc and he took me off those meds, said I didn't need it.

+1 anyone who's had a colonoscopy knows how to get clean as a whistle inside. A day or two and over the counter products. My last procedure had me buying a bottle of sodium citrate (lemon flavor) and 2 bottles of miralax (7 normal doses each bottle). Mix a whole bottle of miralax with Gatorade and drink. drink the sodium citrate. Next day do the same with the other bottle of miralax and Gatorade. You will be sparkling on the inside. Total cost is about \$25-30.

I laugh at those ads saying you have gunk built up inside. It doesn't happen. Your colon makes it's own "slime" to slide food waste out. Ain't noting sticking normally.

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Zeus-cat

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...what's really bad is years later you've see the "toxic sludge pile" has ballooned to over 230.....
Wouldn't that be a good thing?!?