Colon Cleanse ?
Topic: Colon Cleanse ?
April 24, 2019 / By Barrie Question:
Okay, so I'm thinking about doing this to help with gas and other intestinal problems, but I'm reading descriptions about it, but they all seem like a fancy laxative to me. Are they really effective, or are they just laxatives with fancy labeling?
Also, I'm curious about how this stuff works with women when they're on their cycle. Most of them are about a month long, so it would inevitably intercede with my cycle and I'm wondering how the two go together (if you get my drift).
If this doesn't make any sense just drop me a line, but any suggestions or help here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Best Answers: Colon Cleanse ?
Yvette | 9 days ago
The colon knows how to do its job. Doing a colon cleansing can hurt the process of shedding nutrients and absorbing minerals and vitamins. The colon might not work as well if this process is interfered with.
If the equipment that is used to flush the colon is not clean then a bacterial infection could develop.
Doing a colon cleansing could cause the body to absorb too much water. This could possibly cause a chemical imbalance which would result in feelings of nausea, vomiting, heart failure and fluid in the lungs. The colon wall could also break which is fatal.
Supplements can be dangerous because most are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. Manufacturers could make health claims that are not supported by evidence so it probably is a waste of money. The user just does not know what they are getting.
Taking laxatives or colon cleansing pill can prevent the body from doing its job because then the colon relies on the pill to do it and it will not empty normally. Some pills contain senna which is harsh and can irritate the lower digestive tract which could lead to diarrhea and create a mineral imbalance in the body.
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Originally Answered: Has anyone done a Colon Cleanse? Or Colon Irragation ? Is it worth it -do you really feel better or is it HYPE
Yes, it's worth the trouble. It's actually quite easy to do.
No, it doesn't have to be expensive. You can pick up a pre-packaged herbal cleanse at your local health food store for about $30. The one I use and recommend is Renew Total Body Cleanse. It is gentle, yet effective.
Yes, most people report feeling much better afterward. The people that say it's hype have probably never tried it; and they probably don't clean the duct work in their house, either.
How often depends on your diet. If you eat a lot of processed foods, you'll want to cleanse more often.
Despite the skeptics and what they may think, some people Do need colon cleanses.This day and age is filled with a toxic environment and toxic food
I however would not suggest do a colon cleanse system.You never know how potent those herbs really are in the cleanses.
I say, if you are serious, go get a colonics done.It will be more effective.
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There are many means of having home made solutions for colon cleanse, first option is to have tasty fibrous foods that you can have through iceberg salad added with variety of crunchy vegetables and enhancing it by adding some toasted walnuts. A thick soup with vegetables and barley can suit your palate well.
Homemade chicken soup can be made tasty by adding lentils instead of pasta for fibrous provision. Apart from fibrous foods consumption of lots of fluids is also a healthy option.
You can well add the consumption of pure water and make some additional herbal tea and other hydrating fluids in your diet. While opting for colon cleanse home remedy make a right choice of the fat.
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Proponents believe colon cleansing provides health benefits — by removing toxins from their bodies, and boosting their energy and their immune systems. But doctors take a different view.
Although doctors may recommend colon cleansing in preparation for a medical examination of the colon, most don't recommend colon cleansing for better health or to prevent disease. This is because:
It's unnecessary. Your colon doesn't require enemas or special diets or pills to eliminate waste material and bacteria. It does this naturally on its own.
It may be harmful. Your colon absorbs water and sodium to maintain your body's fluid and electrolyte balance. Some colon-cleansing programs disrupt this balance, causing dehydration and salt depletion. Long-term or excessive cleansing programs can lead to problems such as anemia, malnutrition and heart failure.
If constipation is your concern, you can help prevent constipation without colon cleansing. Drink plenty of water and eat a diet rich in fiber. The Institute of Medicine offers these daily fiber recommendations:
38 grams for men and 25 grams for women 50 and younger
30 grams for men and 21 grams for women 51 and older
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Originally Answered: I am trying to get/keep my colon healthy. How safe is Dual Action colon Cleanse?
I would avoid preparations like that, many are "manufactured" in China or India, with doubtful contents, and in any case can irritate the bowel.
The best way to detox is to fast, sip pure water only for one day, no food whatsoever. Do this for one day every three weeks as a habit, and you will have given your digestive system a rest, so it can heal and strengthen your immune system.
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