Tongue and Cheek
Feeling like something isn’t right? Maybe look at your tongue. The tongue can tell you if your colon is upset, if your lungs are damaged, and if you have a yeast infection.
If your tongue has a deep line or crack down the centre of it then your digestive system is out of whack. The digestive system is an incredible aid in your weight loss journey as the colon is the second brain.
Raised markings on your tongue can mean your kidneys are upset and that you are dehydrated. This can be helped by drinking lots more water and cutting back on pop and alcohol.
Creamy white spots on the tongue can mean a fungal infection or yeast infection.
A smooth tongue that does not have any bumps on it at all can mean that you are deficient in nutrients such as iron, folic acid, and B vitamins.
A white coating can be a sign of negative or bad bacteria in the gut (like leaky gut syndrome).
A pale tongue can be a sign of anemia.
If the tongue shakes when you stick it out then it is a sign there is a lot of stress on the liver.
A way to solve the majority of these problems is to drink more water. Drinking water can relax the colon and fix the digestive system to help with movement, thus relieving the crack down the centre of the tongue, the shaking, the tongue being pale, raised markings and white coating.
Drink lemon water to help replenish the body with vitamin C. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can help battle high blood pressure and chronic disease, heart disease and can help prevent gout, as well gives the tongue a good cleaning.
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