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Colon Cleansing horror and helpful stories?

Posted by admin on Wednesday 23 September 2009

I was doing some research on health and cam across colon cleansing. They said that some times people have parasites and do not even know it. Parasites like tapeworms, roudworms, whipworms Has anyone experienced this, if so please tell me of the pros and cons.

Colon cleansing is absolutely one of the best things you can do for your health and body. We are all exposed to numerous toxins throughout life and ridding your body of them is great!

There are teas and drinks or colonics the drinks are just as good as the colonics.

All people should at least cleanse themselves a minimum of once a year.

Don’t worry yourself of having tapeworms or any of that, sure it could happen to some but why worry yourself if you have no bad symptoms.

Is colon cleansing just another gimic?

Posted by admin on Sunday 20 September 2009

Does colon cleansing have real health advantages (i.e., weight loss, energy, etc.)? What type is the most affective and how do I get products, herbs, etc. to perform this cleansing?

I have answered this type of question before but it’s worth repeating the answer. Colon cleansing is very beneficial!
It’s sort of like using a drain cleaner in your tub and sinks in your home. In order to keep the body toxic free and running like a fine watch, colon cleansing would really benefit a lot of people. Especially people who eat a lot of meat. Human beings should never really eat a lot of meat because our colons are not designed to properly digest the meat. A cat or dog have very very
short colons, so they can easily digest meat. Humans on the other hand have colons that are extremely long and winding and meat takes a very long time to digest. Colon cleanse would be the ideal for the meat eater and everyone really to not only rid the body of toxins but as a tool to lose weight. Duo Cleanse is all natural, effective, safe and can be ordered on-line. Your local health food store has natural colon cleansers as well. Detox 7 is a good one.

How long does it take acne to clear up by using colon cleansing?

Posted by admin on Thursday 17 September 2009

In health store person said that acne starts from buidl up of toxins in digestive system. told me to take a colon cleanser and it will cure it.

I know you have to take probiotics also, when would u take those?

Try seeing a dermatologist instead.

Colon Cleansing – Colon Cleanse

Posted by admin on Monday 14 September 2009

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If you have read enough Colon Cleansing Information and Colon Cleanse Facts then you KNOW that this is something that EVERYBODY should do! Cleansing your colon is an incredibly important and effective way to live a better life.

The importance of maintaining colon health and the correlation between colon health and pH balance.

Doctors now talk about why keeping a healthy colon is HUGEly important to maintaining pH balance. Specifically, we’re chatting about proper
and effective colon cleansing.

Not only can a toxic and clogged colon lead to acidification in your body,
but the reverse is true as well. An acidic body can lead to a toxic and
clogged colon.

Cleansing your colon and then _keeping it clean_ is one of the most
important things you can do to stay vibrant and healthy. But the colon
cleansing process must be properly sequenced in order for you to see lasting

In order to properly and effectively cleanse your colon, you must give it
the right pH environment, ample raw materials and then you must correctly
use and sequence those raw materials.

To get the kind of results that you can see and feel, you must cleanse it
COMPLETELY of the following four things:

1. Compacted waste
2. Toxins
3. Harmful Microforms — bacteria, yeasts, fungi and parasites
4. Mucosal plaque

If you don’t get rid of all of this gunk properly and completely, your colon
can bounce right back into a toxic state before you know it.

Cleansing is a process and not an event. Some of you can have as much as 10
pounds — or more — of compacted waste in your colon, and thick, hardened
plaque underneath it.

And since you obviously can’t use a brush to keep your colon clean like you
do with your teeth. So frequent and consistent cleansing is recommended.

Once you nurse your colon back to health, you’ll take a huge burden off of
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I don’t have regular bowel movements, Should I get a colon cleanse?

Posted by admin on Monday 14 September 2009

I barely use the bathroom, maybe about twice a week sometimes not at all for a week and a half. When i do go its usually hard, and i have to strain. Sorry for the visual. I feel fatigued, depressed and as much as I try to eat healthy, (fruit, vegetables) I neither see nor do I feel a difference. Don’t get me wrong, i haven’t always been this conscious of my health or what i eat. I used to smoke cigs and I did have a 12 yr affair with Mary J. leading to massive junk food consumption. A friend recommended that I get a colon cleanse (not the kind you swallow). I’m a bit skeptical, not only am I not comfortable turning my exit into an entrance, but I hear that these procedures sometimes do nothing. Should I get the cleanse and if so, should i get a pill or is the other method best? I’m really worried, what should I do? Any diet plans or alternatives. Are enamas also colon cleanses?

Whether or not colon cleanses actually do anything for you is questionable at best. It sounds like your overall wellness isn’t so great though, from the way you describe yourself – depressed, fatigued, constipated.

Have you tried exercising? Exercise might seem counterintuitive when you’re fatigued, but it can actually help give you more energy during the day and give you better, more restful sleep at night. Exercise is also a proven treatment for mild to moderate depression and anxiety, because it releases "feel good" endorphins in the brain that stimulate serotonin absorption which improves mood. That’s why runners get a "runner’s high" after a jog – endorphins.

Exercise can also improve regularity, believe it or not. Doctors aren’t sure why exactly, but regular exercise (even if it’s just a daily walk) can stimulate slow bowels and help you have a more regular bathroom schedule. Being constipated is usually pretty minor but if it goes on for a long time it can cause you to feel tired, crampy, "stopped up", and just generally like crap (pun not intended). So if you aren’t already exercising a few times a week, start doing that – get a gym membership, or buy some home weights, or just start jogging around the block. Even just walking daily can make a difference.

Also check out your diet. I know you said you try to eat healthy but are you still eating a lot of empty calories like refined white bread, sodas, and other "munchy food"? Those things basically turn to sludge in your intestines and can make constipation even worse. Stick to all whole grains, lots of fruits and vegetables, and also make sure you’re getting enough vitamin D and B vitamins (which have been linked to improved mood). If you aren’t taking a daily multivitamin and you aren’t taking any other medications or vitamin supplements, start with a daily complete multivitamin (like One a Day Men’s Complete, or whatever floats your boat) and see if you notice a change in your overall well being.

If a couple of weeks of exercise, eating extra roughage, and multi-vitamins doesn’t help your all-around malaise, consider making an appointment with your doctor. You can discuss a colon cleanse with them if you want, but unless they’re a holistic practitioner they probably won’t suggest one. Cleansing your colon will "clean it out", but it won’t get at the root of what is causing you to be chronically stopped up, which has something to do with diet and exercise.

Good luck!