It is strange to believe that 20-30 pounds of waste could be stuck in your colon, but it turns out that the colon is a pretty big place. Once a year we recommend a flush of the colon such as this one for optimal health.
The waste eliminated from all of the organs in your body ends up in the colon.
In case your colon doesn’t get completely cleared out or there’s a blockage it can negatively affect your health and start a cascading effect of damage within the body. In severe cases, toxic buildup can cause chronic disease.
By the toxic overload certain organs may be weakened.
These days this is happening more frequently because our food has record high contaminants and harmful chemicals in them and just waking up in the morning and going about your day subjects your body to the same thing.
Common symptoms of colon toxicity:
Diarrhea, indigestion, constipation, stomachache, gas, bloating,
Muscle and joint pain
- Poor immunity, skin rashes, bladder problems, vaginal infections,
- Fatigue, mood swings, brain fog, anxiety, memory loss, depression,
It is very effective, and you will never ever deal with a “clogged” colon again. Here are some suggestions, and it’s up to you to decide what works best for your body.
Maple Syrup Colon Cleanse
- 2 tablespoons organic maple syrup (grade B)
- ½ teaspoon organic cayenne pepper
- 12 ounces filtered water
- 1 organic lemon, freshly squeezed
You should mix everything well and drink 4 times a day on an empty stomach for 2 weeks.
You must not starve yourself
Consume a slow-carb diet with any cleanse despite what common juicing trends suggest.
In case you drink nothing but juice/colon cleanse for a week, you’ll lose weight, but it’s because you’re not eating, not because your body is “detoxing”. With glycogen water is stored in your muscles. If you eat a low-calorie diet, you use up those glycogen stores, and lose the water weight with it.
When you return to your normal diet you’ll gain that water weight right back. You’re missing on fat, fiber, and protein. Some cleanses suggest that you avoid exercise when you’re on them because your caloric intake is so low—which leads to fatigue and dizziness.