Cleansing the colon is not hard. The best colon cleanse comes with the best diet and lifestyle. Think about colon cleansing as something you’re going to do long term, like rejuvenating a beautiful lawn that was once a mess. To get a lawn back to a beautiful state can take months and sometimes even more than a year. The colon’s the same. The colon has a large surface area, lots of cells, tons of mucus, and billions of bacteria. You’re not going to fix all of that in a hurry.
There are two types of colon cleanses. There’s the quick job and there’s the slow job. The quick job is good to do for a couple of weeks before you start the Candida diet. In contrast, the “slow” colon cleanse is something you’re going to do for the rest of your life. You’re going to do that by eating and drinking the right kinds of food, and by living the right kind of lifestyle.
The best colon cleanse you can do at home starts with the best foods to eat. Prebiotic foods are vital for colon cleansing. If they are a new addition to your diet, you may get some bloating or gas. In that case, take a digestive enzyme to help facilitate the process. If you go that route, I suggest checking out my product, CanXida Restore. CanXida Restore includes both digestive enzymes and probiotics. This is a perfect mix for someone to take once or twice a day for three months as part of a nice, long colonic cleanse.
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Lots of fruits and vegetables can help with a colon cleanse. Apples, cucumbers, brassica vegetables, and any others with high fiber and water content are excellent choices. When chewed properly, these foods help clean out the colon. One green apple per day for six months has a tremendous effect on cleansing the colon.
Cultured and fermented foods can help move a colon cleanse along. Just remember to start slowly – perhaps with a little bit of yogurt rather than jumping to kefir or kombucha. Probiotics and bone broth are other foods that help clean out the bowel.
Avoid bowel clogging foods like pizza and soda pop. Stick with lean cuts of meat, legumes, and other healthy, whole foods. It’s not rocket science, just common sense.
I recommend having a glass of water mixed with juice from half a lemon every morning. A little bit of raw apple cider vinegar in a half glass of water sipped during meals is an excellent addition to a colon cleanse.
The bottom line is that colon cleansing means getting the diet in order. You need to make sure that hydration and fiber are prioritized. Lastly, the missing piece of the puzzle is often stress. If you’re under a lot of stress, it’s going to be harder to clean out the colon because the blood supply to that vital organ is reduced as part of the fight or flight response. You need to develop a low-stress lifestyle if you want your colon cleanse to be as effective as possible.