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Category Archives: Pura Cleanse

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 Heachaches Fatigue Memory Problems Sluggish Metabolism Gas Bad Breath  Bloating 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. The ability for the colon to function properly and heal itself cannot happen Read More...

The Ability of Fiber & Pura Cleanse

The fact that almost half of the world is constipated conveys a very clear and simple message…..whatever it is that we’re eating or not eating, our colons are not happy. The human machine is marvelously designed to function efficiently. It can take in food, begin to chemically break down the chemical structures of that food through chewing and salivary enzymes, continue digestion in the stomach, absorb nutrients for fuel and regeneration in the small intestine, move waste to the large intestine and in a relatively short amount of time, should expel that waste from the body. This is the way Read More...

Candida The Yeast Beast

Candida albicans (its official name) is a yeast that inhabits the mouths and intestinal tracts of all humans. That’s right! Everyone has candida. When you are healthy, the candida in your body lives in a symbiotic relationship with you. It will help to detect and destroy other harmful bacteria from harming your body, as well as helping to clean up any excess sugar that may be floating around in your bloodstream that your cells are not able to absorb. The healthy bacteria in your gut typically keep your candida levels in check. However, several factors can cause the candida population Read More...

7 Symptoms of Low Potassium

Knowing the signs of low potassium is important so that you can cover any shortages and get back on track without any major complications. Potassium is used by each cell in the body, and it’s important to get enough of it each day. Here are the symptoms that your potassium is getting low and you’re running the risk of a potassium deficiency. Symptoms that you may not be getting enough potassium in your diet… 1. General Fatigue One of the most common low potassium symptoms is a general feeling of fatigue. This would be fatigue that is not brought on by overexertion, but Read More...

Bristol Stool Chart

When your bowels work properly, it’s easy to take them for granted. When they act up, however, bowel function – or lack of it has a major impact on your quality of life. The nature and consistency of our motions can reveal a lot about our digestive health as it indicates how rapidly food passes through the gut. A team of gastroenterologists from Bristol therefore devised a stool classification scale in 1997, which defines 7 different types of bowel motion. (See the chart at the bottom of the page) Types 1 & 2 are abnormally loose (ie constipation) and result from a Read More...

Increase Your Quality of Life

When you invest in your health, you look good, feel good, live longer and live more fully. Choosing the healthy way is choosing a better quality of life. Developing a healthy routine means that it will eventually become a healthy habit. The key to success is to make it easy and make it fun! Good Nutrition 5 or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day Cut out fatty foods (except for healthy fats like avocados, seeds and nuts) Keep your protein lean Cook with oils such as olive or sunflower Limit your salt Stay Hydrated Take Miracle Choice Multi-Vitamin to help bridge the nutrient gap in your daily diet A Read More...

10 Symptoms of Parasitic Infections

According to the World Health Organization, 3.5 billion people suffer from some type of parasitic infection. A parasite is any organism that lives and feeds off of another organism. Parasites take and utilize your body’s nutrients and in so doing, hurt the entire organism. Parasites take on a number of different forms and can thrive throughout the body. They most often live within the human intestines. Some eat your food, making you hungry after every meal and unable to gain weight. Others consume your red blood cells, causing anemia. 10 Symptoms You Have Parasites in your Body  Fatigue, exhaustion, depression, or Read More...