How to Cleanse Your Colon
Cleanse Colon Through Diet
Eat more fiber.
- Flax seeds and oats are super-sources of fiber
- Fruits (namely strawberries and apples)
- whole grains
About 20 to 35 grams of fiber a day
Drink a lot of water. Look at the color of your urine. If it is pale yellow or near-clear you have done a great job. If it’s darker than that, start drinking more!
Drinking more water can help alleviate constipation. Liquids are known to bulk up stools and, obviously, add fluid to your colon, flushing everything out.
Consume more fermented foods. There are bacteria in fermented foods that are very good for your colon. Without them, certain nutrients go unsynthesized, toxins don’t degrade, and disease-causing micro-organisms can set up house in your digestive system. Basically, they give the cells in your colon the energy to do their job.
Yogurt, miso, kimchi, and sauerkraut are four examples of fermented foods. Kefir and kombucha tea provide the good stuff through drink.
Go green with diet. Not only does chlorophyll give plants their green color, but it cleanses and soothes tissue in the digestive tract as well. In addition to providing fiber, greens can repair your intestines, too!
Alfalfa, wheatgrass, brussel sprouts, spinach, peas, and barley grass are all good sources of chlorophyll. Liquid chlorophyll is an option too, but loading up on the veggies is just so much more natural.
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