COLON CLEANSE

Though it often doesn't receive the health-promoting attention it deserves, the colon (also known as the large intestine) is an important part of the body. It is vital to proper digestion, especially to moving waste out in a timely manner so that it does not compromise your health.

But what you may not be aware of is that your colon can get clogged with accumulated matter. When this happens, you can experience any number of issues from gas and occasional constipation to small, infrequent and incomplete bowel movements. Over time, this accumulated matter can lead to even more serious health issues. A colon cleanse is an effective way to help encourage the body's natural detoxification process.

But how does the colon get to that point?

The sad truth is that the Standard American Diet is not very colon friendly. And if you're like most people, purchasing and eating food often happens without even a single thought about where the food actually comes from, how it's made, what might be in it, and how it might affect your health. This trend in food unconsciousness plays a large role in the health of your colon.

Fiber and Colon Health

One of the biggest concerns in colon care is that all too often our diets are chronically low in fiber, which is vital to good bowel health. Even though it has been shown that a diet high in fiber may help prevent heart disease, diabetes, obesity, high cholesterol and several different kinds of cancers, modern food production processes strip most of the fiber from the foods we eat, to the point that the average American gets far less dietary fiber on a daily basis than even the low amounts recommended by the FDA. An all natural cleanse is a great way to add fiber to your diet.

Refined Carbohydrates

Stripped of their natural, health-promoting fiber content in an effort to extend shelf life. The result? These highly processed foods turn into something like glue that, once it reaches your intestines, can have a hard time moving completely through the system.

Fortunately we can help the colon cleanse itself

The best way to make sure that your digestive system is clean and working optimally is to have a steady intake of sufficient amounts of dietary fiber. Current recommendations are to aim for approximately 20-40 mg of fiber each day. This will help keep the intestines clean and clear and able to move food and waste through quickly, so that it doesn't have a chance to get “stuck” and start causing problems in your body.

But what exactly does a good colon cleanse program look like?

For starters, you’ll want to find a product made with premium-grade, all-natural ingredients. Make sure that the program you choose is manufactured correctly and safely, according to current Good Manufacturing Practices set by the Food and Drug Administration.

Second, look for a cleansing program that doesn’t promise to work overnight or in a very short period of time. The program shouldn’t be so short that it doesn’t do you any real good, but it should also be easy enough to use that you can stay with it even if it takes several weeks. If a cleanse promises to sweep your insides clean in a few days, beware! Some cleanses are very harsh and can cause diarrhea and intestinal discomfort. So look for one that is gentle but effective; a good cleanse should last at least a few weeks and be gentle enough for daily use.

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