The Easiest Homemade Colon Cleanser: Get Rid Of Toxins And Lose Weight



Do you suffer from a toxic colon? Did you know that over 50 million people in America have an unhealthy colon? Gastrointestinal problems are widespread in our society, mostly due to the fact that modern food is greatly lacking in the nutrients required for healthy digestion. This leads to chronic health problems such as colitis, constipation, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease and more.  For a healthy colon, it takes less than 24 hours for food to transit through our body. But with modern eating habits (processed food that lacks enzymes, fibers and nutrients) the transit time slows down to 70 hours.  This results in a toxic colon and up to 40 pounds of accumulated waste.
TOXIC COLON SYMPTOMS:
  • Digestive symptoms
    Constipation, bloating,  stomach pain, diarrhea, gas, indigestion
  • General health 
    Joint pain, muscle pain
  • Behavioral symptoms
    Depression, fatigue, anxiety, brain fog, mood swings, poor memory
  • Immune system
    Weak immune system, frequent vaginal or bladder infections, skin rashes
Bowel movements are a good indicator of your overall health. If you don’t  have at least one bowel movement each day, you can be more susceptible for future diseases. By not eating healthy foods and not exercising on a regular basis, our system has a tough time digesting foods properly. Thus, it’s immensely important to keel our colon clean. It is vital part of a healthy, functioning body. It plays a role in digestion, in your immune system and in maintaining the water balance in your body.
THE EASIEST HOMEMADE COLON CLEANSER
Ingredients
t tbsp organic lemon juice
2 tbsp organic maple syrup  (grade B) – You can find it here
1/9 ground cayenne pepper
11 oz. clean purified water
Directions
Mix everything together. Drink this mixture 5 to 15 times per day for a minimum of 10 days.
This post was republished from enlightened-consciousness.com. ou can find the original post here (lahealthyliving).
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