Category Archives: Detox

Cleanse Your Liver

Spring is an excellent time to refresh and cleanse our body after the winter. Our livers work extremely hard every day to protect us from the affects of toxins and often it is easy for our livers to become overworked, making us feel lousy or allowing us to get sick. The primary way in which your body expels toxins is via the liver. The liver detoxifies and cleanses your body by continuously filtering the blood of poisons that enter it through the digestive tract, the skin, and the respiratory system. But when your liver becomes overworked as a result of…
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Spring Cleaning Your Health

During the winter months, it’s common to put aside exercise and to eat heavier foods; even prolonged exposure to the winter elements can cause the body to store more fat. With the extra food put in over the past few months, chances are the colon isn’t processing meals as quickly or efficiently as it should. This can lead to toxins absorbing into the bloodstream instead of going down the toilet. This time of the year, the body comes out of hibernation and it tries to get rid of the metabolic waste cooped up in the body during the winter. As…
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How Healthy is Your Colon

Nearly the entire human race is afflicted with constipation. For most people undigested food remains in the intestines for three or four days, sometimes longer. This is entirely too long. It’s a medical fact: when food gets left inside your colon, you get CONSTIPATED! Even if you pass stool daily, you still might not be having a normal bowel movement. The average body takes between 18 and 72 hours to convert food into “poop” and pass it on out. When this time is significantly shortened, the results is diarrhea because your intestine doesn’t have time to absorb all of the…
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Cleanse The Natural Way

Did you know the average American may be carrying as much as 10-25 pounds of impacted fecal matter in their colon? And that is someone of normal weight with no known allergies! These toxins wedged in the digestive track are absorbed by the bloodstream, resulting in the body’s inability to metabolize food properly or to provide vital energy for living. Think you’re in the clear? There is a surprisingly wide range of health problems that colon toxicity contributes to, many that a lot of us experience everyday. These include bloating, constipation, gas, fatigue, food cravings, hypoglycemia, allergies, arthritis, difficult weight…
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5 Benefits of Colon Cleansing

With additives in our food, pesticides on our crops, and pollution all around us, many might say we live in a toxic age. Sometimes all that toxic buildup can take its toll on the colon, which encumbers digestion and overall health. When your colon is backed up with toxic material, your entire body becomes sluggish and unable to perform its day-to-day tasks. Luckily, your body does a pretty good job detoxifying itself on a regular basis; however, some toxins remain in the body and require some help to facilitate removal. 5 Benefits of Colon Cleansing Helping your body detoxify itself isn’t…
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Are your health conditions the result of a toxic colon?

Do you have any of these temporary conditions? Low Energy Heartburn Diarrhea Water Retention Constipation Indigestion Headaches Fatigue Memory Problems Sluggish Metabolism Gas Bad Breath Digestive Problems Abdominal Pain Aches & Pains Could Your Colon Be the Cause? It is very possible that your own digestive system is causing unnecessary problems and depriving you of optimal health. The colon is designed to eliminate toxins and waste. Yet, without proper elimination, the body can actually poison itself. Poor diet, fast foods, stress, certain medications, and even overuse of laxatives affects elimination. When the bowel is not properly taken care of, its responses become sluggish and under-active….
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Conquering Fiber

If you’ve been used to eating processed, refined low fiber food and you switch to a high fiber diet, you may experience cramping, bloating, diarrhea and gas. Ironically, even constipation can occur if you neglect to drink inadequate amounts of water. The operative term here is “moderation.” Start slowly and gradually increase your intake of fiber. If you do this, your intestinal tract will adjust nicely and you’ll be less “gassy”. When you eat fibrous foods, bacteria in the bowel attack and digest these complex carbohydrate molecules and in the process methane gas is released. This is the “bean” effect…
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