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Free Colon Cleanse Diet: How To Start Your Own Detox Program

Updated on July 15, 2011

The food that people eat today is different from ancient times. In this modern world, people have become used to junk food, fast food, processed meats and carbonated drinks. As a result, the population today has more health problems than ever before. The consumption of foods with low nutrient content and fiber has made a lot of people more prone to disease. One of the best ways to avoid diseases and get rid of unwanted wastes in the body is a process called detoxification. This is done methodically by first cleaning the large intestine, also referred to as the colon. The best thing is, you can perform your own free colon cleanse procedure. You just need the right knowledge on how to do it.

There are many free colon cleanse methods available for you to choose from, but perhaps the most simple and effective is to undergo juice fasting coupled with intake of laxatives. Another equally effective method would be to attend a colon cleanse diet program, but this is not free to do.

Colon Cleanse Success

Colon Cleanse Instructions:

As mentioned in the previous section, juice fasting is a terrific free colon cleanse method. During fasting, it is advisable that you take lots of vegetable juice and pulp which contain considerable amounts of fiber. Fiber, as you know, pumps the performance of the digestive system and aids in the elimination of toxins. It is also a proven fact that with the aid of vegetable juices and fiber, the body transports energy and nutrients to the body much faster.

Another free colon cleansing option is the use of an enema to wash out the dirt and unwanted wastes in your lower digestive tract. To make this process effective, one must drink lots of water during the colon cleansing. From a medical standpoint, using an enema is the fastest way to clean your colon. It is also convenient because enema kits are available in supermarkets and can be disposed easily right after using, At first, it may be difficult to use the enema, but once it does its job of cleaning the colon, it will be worth it.

Eating fruits and vegetables stimulate the intestines to function well. Another option would be to use laxatives. These are substances that work similar to the enzymes and acids present in vegetables, and aid the body in the process of excreting waste. Sometimes, when people switch from one colon cleanse method to another, they experience cramping and diarrhea because of failure to follow procedure.

Laxatives like senna tea and prune juice are much safer than other laxatives. In general, laxatives are terrific in helping the colon cleansing process materialize. However, before you embark on any detox program that involves laxatives, be sure to consult a physician first.

Benefits of Having a Colon Cleanse Diet

Sometimes, people shy away from talking about their colon problems. However, going through a colon cleanse therapy and diet gives people a lot of health and personal. An effective and free colon cleanse helps people raise their standards of living, and provide an active lifestyle to those who want to enjoy life more as a healthier and happier individual.


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