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Healthy colons usually have little to no built up fecal matter—aka smooth sailing for food to be absorbed and used for energy. Because that built up fecal matter leads to toxins being re-released into the body, you want to ensure colonic stability. But man oh man, another lifestyle change to keep up with?
How do I make my colon healthy?
It’s as simple as ensuring balance by monitoring:
Fiber intake—aim for 25-35 grams daily from raspberries, bananas, broccoli, carrots, and whole-wheat pasta. Those foods are great for showing built up fecal matter the exit.
Vitamin D—which can be found in fatty fish, milk, and even a little sunlight (15-20 minutes a day, and don’t forget your sunscreen!)
Hydrating—yes you do it, but do you drink enough? Docs are calling for nine 8 oz. glasses for women and up to twelve 8 oz. glasses for men
Bacteria—the good kind—yes we’re talking about probiotics, people, and the more you intake the better your odds are of fending off residual bacteria left behind by sugars and poor dietary habits. Found in yogurt, sauerkraut, and the more popular option: DrFloras Probiotics, which gives your immune system that extra oomph!
Healthy colons start with those few ingredients in your day to day to create a more effective and regular digestive system. And bonus: it has potential to increase weight loss thanks to more efficient nutrient absorption and improved energy. Win-win!
What are some benefits of a colon cleanse?
Healthy colon cleanses help get the most out of your digestive system and jump start healthy diets. Colon cleansing has been linked to increased concentration, less bloating and gas, and more radiant skin and hair. All thanks to your body’s ability to digest food more efficiently and thus get the most out of the nutrients you’re putting into it. Want to know more? Check out DrFloras Colon Cleanse for the lowdown on all things healthy colon cleanses.