health benefits of a colonic

Health Benefits of a Colonic

Colonics, what are they and should you get one?

In case you are unaware… a colonic is the processes of cleansing the colon in order to improve your body’s overall health and wellness.

When your basic digestive function is impaired, every system of your body is affected, including your skin, your hair, your brain and more. If your gut is in trouble, you’re in trouble from head to toe. For starters, even if your diet is squeaky green and clean, when your gut isn’t in prime working order you aren’t able to absorb the nutrients in your food properly. If you aren’t absorbing nutrients, your body can’t operate as it should, and it can’t do the repair work it needs to do. That, of course, makes the situation worse and slows things down even more.

Should you consider getting a colonic?

If you regularly consum processed food, excess sugar or work/ live in an chemically toxic environment then it’s definitely recommended to consider a regular colonic routine. Or if you suffer from any of the following issues:

  • Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Have recently undergone anaesthesia
  • Have been on a prolonged does of prescription drugs

You are likely to benefit from  a colonic.

Benefits of a Colonic

  • Promotes regularity
  • Prevents constipation
  • Detoxes the body
  • Improves nutrient absorbtion
  • Prevents build up of yeast and bad bacteria in the digestive track

Colonics make the digestive system more effective. When the colon is cleansed it pushes digestive wastes out of your body, ridding it of any bad toxins so that your digestive system can make room for more healthy nutrients, a build up of digestive waste in your system can also decrease your energy levels.  Colonics flush out the waste and any toxins that might be harming your body so now your body can focus on using its energy elsewhere and make room to start allowing water, vitamins and nutrients to be absorbed through the blood stream.






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