There isn’t a single person who wouldn’t benefit from doing a colon-cleanse. Yes, even you health nuts, vegetarians, and all-organic-everything consumers. Unless you’ve lived your whole life in a remote area, completely cut off from civilization (and by extension, pollutants and chemicals), and have eaten nothing but fruits and vegetables, you need to do a colon-cleanse. Here’s why.
Chances are you aren’t eliminating enough waste. Most doctors will tell you that having a bowel movement once every couple of days is fine, normal even, but this isn’t true. The fact of the matter is that if you aren’t passing approximately the same amount you’re consuming, it’s just sitting there in your colon. The more fecal matter that begins to line the walls of your colon, the less productive your colon is. Instead of absorbing the last few nutrients of the food you consumed, your body is now forced to reabsorb the toxic leftovers. If you experience fatigue, bloating, mental fog, and other odd symptoms for which there’s no diagnosable disease, you most likely have a blocked colon.
Fortunately, there are several things you can do to help yourself out, one of which is doing a colon cleanse, but we’ll get to that in a minute.
First, think about changing your diet. Remember that glue people used to make before glue as we know it was invented? Maybe you even used to make this glue as a kid – it’s a simple mixture of white flour and water. Now, think of all the white bread, crackers, pitas, dinner r 롤대리 olls, etc, that you consume. When you break it all down, what is it? It’s that glue-substance.
With this sitting in your colon, you’re pretty much guaranteed a bout of constipation and bloating. What you need to do is to start eating breads made from whole grains. Ease up on the crackers and dinner rolls, substitute fresh vegetables instead. In the morning when you first get up, eat an apple or some berries on an empty stomach. The fruit will digest quickly and give you an extra boost of fiber to help keep your system clean. Drinking your daily requirement of water (not tea, coffee, juice, pop, or milk, but water) will also do your colon a world of good.
Secondly, consider going on a colon cleanse. For all the good changing your diet can do you, the fact remains that we are still exposed to pollutants, toxins, and chemicals through what we eat. These impurities will end up in two different places – either stored in your fat cells, or stored in your waste. Any bit of waste still in your colon means that you will be exposed to these impurities time and again until they’re eliminated.