The Best Mucoid Plaque Cleanser

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What is mucoid plaque?

Mucoid plaque is not something that most people will have heard about. In fact, there is controversy between the medical profession and the holistic practitioners over whether this exists or not. Though there is little proof of whether mucoid plaque actually exists or not, there are many testimonies from thousands of individuals who claim to have got rid of it.

So what is mucoid plaque?

Mucoid plaque is thought to be the body’s reaction in the lower intestines to toxins and chemicals from the foods we eat. The body has many natural defence mechanisms and a good example is why sites of injury swell up with fluid which is basically to protect the injured tissues. Likewise, the ingestion of chemicals and toxins is thought to cause the release of mucus to protect the cells within the intestines and forms plaque in the gut. Although protective, this mucoid plaque may harbour parasites and pathogenic bacteria; it can stop the absorption of nutrients from food and it can slow the digestive process. Many practitioners believe that mucoid plaque may be the cause of numerous other concerns in the body such as allergies, food sensitivities, fatigue, low energy and constipation to name a few.

How to eliminate mucoid plaque?

Many practitioners, especially those who advocate colon cleansing, will vouch to the fact that colon cleansing brings out a brownish sludge type material which they believe to be mucoid plaque and there appears to be logic in this. The analogy is like that of a car; you run a car using fuel which produces exhaust and waste matter. These wastes line all the pipes and parts within the car – even the spark plugs turn brown. So why would the gut not turn brown from all the processing which occurs within it?

I am an advocate of cleaning the gut gently to remove toxins, unwanted bacteria and parasites as well as any waste matter that is still sitting in the bowel area. To do this effectively, I prefer using a soluble and insoluble fibre supplement such as Complete Fiber Cleanse and to take two teaspoons in the morning and evening preferably mixed into juice or water.

Complete Fiber Cleanse contains psyllium, fructo-oligosaccharides and other soluble and insoluble fibres to help healthy bowel function. Psyllium husk fibre is a jagged fibre rather like the teeth on a saw which scrapes the gut of any plaque that has adhered to the walls. Green foods such as spirulina work to reduce inflammation and provide nutrients in a food state whilst a probiotic blend delivers beneficial bacteria to replenish those lost through the removal of mucoid plaque.

Use one jar of Complete Fiber Cleanse every season to keep your gut and body healthy.

This content is not intended to replace conventional medical treatment. Any suggestions made and all herbs listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. Personal directions and use should be provided by a clinical herbalist or other qualified healthcare practitioner.

Gut Health, Shabir Daya | , , , , ,
  • Melissa Wisnewski

    I have to disagree with this article. There is no such thing as mucoid plaque. The slimy sludge that comes out in long “strings” is from the Psyllium husk itself! I had a colonoscopy and my colon was clean as a whistle. The next couple of days, they tell you do fiber and such, and that’s when the “mucoid plaque” comes out. It’s only the fiber that builds up and comes out of you! No such thing as mucoid plaque! Boy.. the things people come up with to sell products to make some money.

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Hi Melissa, that is precisely in my opening paragraph that there is controversy over its existence though logic says that something must exist otherwise why does the human gut for example harbour an average of 300 parasites which lodge onto something. Best wishes Shabir

  • Melissa Wisnewski

    I agree that most humans have some kinds of parasites, but you mention them being in the gut? Then what would that have to do with “mucoid plaque in the colon? Also.. why has this “mucoid plaque NEVER been seen in during a colonoscopy and ONLY after intake of fiber and such? Thank you for your time…

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Hi Melissa, all our intestines produce a mucus like compound made of amino acids and is termed mucin basically to protect the gut walls from the stomach acid. So we do know that the gut is not a clean part of the body because not all food is excreted out. Parasites do exist in the gut with numerous species in an average person; some people holding as many as a hundred different parasite species. On the subject of plaque, for every medical person that disagrees with this, there are hundreds who have seen this plaque and for all we know it is not beyond the realms that the combination of faecal matter and mucin could be the plaque itself. I think we just have to beg to differ on this count but thank you for your valuable input.

  • Ann Cronin

    Having had a colonoscopy myself and worked with medical practitioners for many years, when a medic pronounces your colon to be as clean as a whistle it usually means the absence of disease like polyps, divticulitis, etc. I’ve had plenty instances when I’ve had straightforward diarrhoea ie not fibre induced, when a very strange non-poop-like substance makes a guest starring appearance..so possibly in some people?

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Hi Ann, thank you for sharing. Best wishes Shabir

  • matts118

    I did a mucoid plaque cleansing program called the Bio Cleanse detox, and a lot of mucoid material came out. It is real, and there is no way it was just the psyllium and clay.

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Thank you for sharing.

  • Mucoid Plaque Guru

    Mucoid plaque is a conventional medical concept. See here for details. It’s actually a mixture of primarily necrotic cellular debris, fibrin, and mucus that naturally forms over damaged areas of the mucosa.

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Thank you for the link, absolutely fascinating.
    Shabir

  • Tbone Bones

    Mucoid plaque is not in the colon. It resides in the small intestine. Cameras only see into the colon.

  • katie

    It was probably clean as a whistle because they give you a drink to which gets everything to exit your bowel. If you had not had it what did it look like before. You will never know!!! Also the Victoria Health website has allowed this article therefore it must hold some truth!

  • katie
  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Thank you Katie.

  • Theresa Ostrowski Ellis

    I’ve heard many many testimonies of releasing mucoid plaque from fasting and from juice fasts. No psyllium involved

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Thank you for sharing Theresa. I personally would never just rely on juicing to remove the plaque and prefer the psyllium route because of the physical nature of this fibre.
    Best wishes,
    Shabir

  • Melissa Wisnewski

    If so and this is actually real stuff that can be found in the human body.. that’s scary!

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Just a by-product of everything that occurs within the human body.

  • Victoria Schramm

    I don’t use fiber I use enemas and it still comes out for me. Can you explain that then?

  • http://www.victoriahealth.com/ Victoria Health

    Hi Victoria, enemas stimulate stool evacuation so some material will be removed for sure. It is a question of how much and what about the material that is lodged into the folds of the intestine.
    Best wishes,
    Shabir