It’s hard to believe that you have 20-30 pounds of waste stuck in your colon, but the colon is a pretty big place. We recommend colon cleansing at least once a year.
Not only food, but almost all waste products from all the organs of the body enter the large intestine.
If your colon doesn’t clear completely or becomes blocked, it can affect your health and cause physical damage. In severe cases, the accumulation of toxins can lead to chronic diseases.
Some organs can weaken due to toxic overload.
It’s even more so these days because there’s so much pollution and harmful chemicals in our food that getting up in the morning and going out all day puts your body through the same thing.
Here are the most common symptoms of colon poisoning.
Diarrhea, abdominal pain, gas, bloating, indigestion, constipation Joint and muscle pain Vaginal infection, weakened immune system, skin rash, bladder problems Anxiety, memory loss, depression, fatigue, mood swings, brain fog
Have you ever cleansed your colon? It is very effective and you will never have to deal with a “congested” colon. We’ve got some great suggestions, and it’s up to you to decide what works best for your body.
Maple syrup colon cleansing
1 organic lemon, freshly squeezed
2 tablespoons organic maple syrup (grade B)
½ teaspoon organic cayenne pepper
12 oz filtered water
Mix well and drink 4 times a day on an empty stomach for 2 weeks.
Don’t starve yourself
Despite the common trend toward juicing, stick to a low-carb diet for any cleanse.
If you do anything other than a juice/colon cleanse for a week, you will lose weight, but that’s not because your body is “detoxifying”, it’s because you’re not eating. Water is stored in your muscles as glycogen. When you’re on a low-calorie diet, you use up those glycogen stores and lose water weight.
When you go back to your normal diet, that water weight will come back. You’re also missing out on other vital nutrients like fat, fiber, and protein. In fact, some cleanses are so low on your calories that they can make you feel tired and dizzy, so you’re advised to avoid them during exercise.

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