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Weight Loss Cleanse To Lose 10-20 Pounds

Posted by admin on Wednesday 30 September 2009

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and get the same results?

Absolutely! Eat more fiber.
No, it doesn’t have to be one of those nasty powders or expensive concoctions… just eat more fruits, veggies, crackers, chips, cereal, pastas, breads, grains, etc. Sending more fiber through your digestive tract is basically what those expensive products do… they just use specific fibers. 😉
It’s also a good idea to supplement with probiotics to help you keep regular and replenish anything that may have been pushed out. Good luck!

[edit]: Oh, and Castor Oil is NOT good to take internally unless it’s an emergency. It’s generally recommended for external use only because the BM that it forces is literally your body trying to purge it out because it doesn’t want it in there… that’s not healthy.


Colon Cleanse?

Posted by admin on Tuesday 29 September 2009

Can anyone tell me – seriously – the benefits of a colon cleanse? Is it something you recommend? I have been reading just a bit about how so many things are effected by the colon and how you can feel so run down, bloated, be unsuccessful with losing weight, suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, have digestive problems, etc. all from neglecting your colon. I am just not sure if this has any truth behind it or not. Is a colon cleanse worth having? Is it an expensive process? How do you go about looking into something like this? I realize this topic is a bit off the wall, but any serious help or information would be most beneficial.

Thank you ever so much.

I don’t think it is necessary. But I think it can be helpful in a minor way. When we are young our bodies work very well. I think with just a simple good diet with plenty of vegetables and fruit our colon does well on its own. A person can work an enema bag at home and have some good benefits without the cost of an expensive colonic. I never did one of the colon cleanses that are taken orally. I did have colonic irrigation’s though. I did them once per day for three days in a row. My reason for doing it was constipation. It was very severe in my transverse colon. I grew up having a good diet but as I got lazy with my diet constipation sneaked up on me.

I was so very uncomfortable that I drove an hour for the treatments. I did have a feeling of well being and exhilaration after. I paid $50 for each visit. They cost more like $75 each now. After the therapy the therapist said I should work the enemas at home once per week.

I wanted to see if the colonics really worked and if my colon was filled with old material like people claim so I fasted before having the second treatment. The therapist said she was surprised how little came out. I didn’t admit that I didn’t eat. I wasn’t even hungry after my first treatment and felt really good. So that little test told me that my prior good diet and having home enemas kept my colon pretty clean and nothing major was stored up like people claim.

The bloated feeling really comes from poor eating and the sluggish bowels that result from the improper diet. The colonic really did make me feel so much more comfortable.

Many medical people think colonic are snake oil medicine. But I think they would be a great benefit for people in the hospital that are unable to move out of the bed for many months thus they have problems with bowel movements.

I think the biggest benefit for healthy people would be to empty the colon after they let their diet become so poor that they feel sluggish or constipated. A person can cleanse the whole colon at home with an enema bag but it can be uncomfortable and cause some cramping where a colonic is very comfortable. It really is soothing.
There can be some irriation from the nozzle when you do colonics two days or more in a row.

Many people feel better all over, as well as lighter and more comfortable so a colonic does seem like a great kick-start to a new diet.

Some sites claim a colonic can help with:

Allergies and intolerances
Irritable bowel syndrome IBS
Constipation
Diarrhoea
Flatulence
Bloating
Skin problems
Headaches
Candida (thrush / yeast infections)

I don’t know if they have any proof but I felt better. You simply look up colonic irrigation in the yellow pages and call for pricing and ask about their procedure. They might even have a website. I don’t see it as something to do on a regular basis but maybe once or twice per year at most. Then maybe only when you get sloppy with your diet and feel very sluggish.

Really though if we just start increasing the fruits and vegetable and drink enough water we will be clean as a whistle.


health questions about colon cleansing and acai berry?

Posted by admin on Tuesday 29 September 2009

i am about 5 feet 2 inches and weight about 126 pounds
My weight is ditributed mostly in my hips and my breasts so i dont really look overweight i am just curvy and big breasted
i have a little stomach fat but not enough to bother me
i enjoy staying active i play sports and do things outside like ride a bike but only exercise to exercise sporadically or start and never continue for more than maybe 2 weeks
i am not a picky eater and eat what i want but its mostly healthy and blanaced i have tried losing weight and i have slimmed down a little but never gotten to a point that was really dramatic or stayed there for a while
my goal is to be about 110 and my doctor says that would be a nice weight for my height so i would love to lose about 15 pounds
i just read and watched news clips all about colon cleansing and acia berry and read this womans story about how she used both pills and lost 41 pounds in 2 months
aside from losign weight i thing detoxing our bodies is a helthy thing to do and the weight loss would be a plus but i know ppl use them who want to lose a ton of weight from a pregnancy or soemthing
i was wondering if i could do the same thing but in smaller doses and how i would calculate it please help
doctors reccomendations would be appreciated also
thanks!
i have heard about this new free trial
but is it so new that i have to use this?
or can i still buy it otc

colon cleanses that promise weight loss are not going to be actual or permanent weight loss and will not change the outer shape of your body. A colon cleanse just empties out your bowels of the pounds of feces that are stuck up in there. You have to do a colon cleanse before you have some surgeries and a colonoscopy or sphigmoidoscopy. On a scale you will actually weight less but in reality you wll have lost no fat.

The acai berry is just another diet fad.

I would say that your weight and shape are just fine and it would be much healthier to stay where and how you are than to get caught up in the current obsession with weight and body image that can lead to anxiety and depression and even eating disorders.

What is the best (and most natural) way to cleanse the colon?

Posted by admin on Tuesday 29 September 2009


There are 3 basic categories of colon cleansing:

1. Colon cleansing pills

2. Strict diet

3. Enema

The only person that can tell you which one is best for you is YOU. You have to decide if your body can take heavy fibers; a strict clean diet of fruits and vegetables; or if you can take the uncomfortable process of irrigation using an enema.

Thanks,

George