A low-fiber diet contributes to colon cancer by slowing down the system so that byproducts of decomposition of bacteria and bile linger in the colon for extended periods. This increases the length of time that these decomposed products are in contact with the colon and increases the amount that is absorbed into colon cells.
Dr. Richard Passwater, Ph.D.
Fat & Fiber Experiment
Judy Marie conducts an experiment using fries and a burger from a fast food chain and demonstrates how Pura Cleanse absorbs the fat and helps to flush it out of the body.
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