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Colon Cleansing | Why It Matters?

June 19, 2017

 

Colon cleansing often scares people.

Think about it…what comes to your mind when you hear ‘colon cleansing’?

Perhaps running to the washroom?

Severe intestinal cramping?

These are common side effect of harsh laxative herbs that cleanse the colon.

Many doctors believe that disease originates in the colon.

And I do too.

When toxins and waste are not eliminated, they can build up in the colon. This causes a problem for the entire digestive system, also affecting the liver and the kidneys.

To feel energized, healthy, and well, you need a healthy colon.

A healthy gut is the foundation to optimal well-being.

Proper elimination of waste products is as important as adequate absorption of nutrients.

When the digestive system is unhealthy, toxic waste may leak through the intestinal wall and enter the bloodstream, carrying toxins around the whole body.

Toxins circulating in the body can make a person feel lousy and eventually, may lead to serious and critical health issues.

Think about all the dirt and grime that would build up over time if you never cleaned your home. Not only would your home be a mess, you would likely feel like a mess.

Your body is no different.

Common symptoms that may indicate the need for colon cleansing include:

  • fatigue
  • low libido
  • skin problems
  • headaches
  • joint pain
  • weakened immunity
  • poor digestion

These may all be linked to a toxic colon.

If you’re striving for optimal health and well-being, consider colon cleansing 2-4 times per year with a gentle colon cleanse.

Happy Cleansing!

 

Dr.Sara Celik
Dr. Sara Celik is a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor and is the Spokesperson for Renew Life Canada. She is a leader in the health and wellness industry and is regularly featured as a sought-after expert on television programs and in health publications. Dr. Sara carries over 15 years experience and her private practice and work in the community is focused on digestive health, detoxification, and clinical nutrition.
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