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It’s just you and me, so I’m gonna need to you be honest for a bit.
No one is listening to this conversion.
Now let’s talk about poop.
Did you know that up to
of people have trouble with occasional constipation?
I hope you don’t have constipation (if you have chronic constipation, please consult your physician).
But for just about everyone else who breathes, bowel irregularity is a problem.
I know I’m not the only one who has dealt with it.
Ever look like this?
And you just hate your stomach, wondering…
Well, if you’re like me, you are by no means alone, because everyone shares this same problem.
Because the problem is…
Your bowels (or your colon) either make you an Olympic pooper or a sad, uncomfortable person.
See, if your colon is healthy, it can help…
Unclog your pores (which are blocked from oils and can cause acne).
Remove built up toxins (which can affect your skin health).
Help with your daily digestion.
Increase your energy.
Overall boost your colon health.
And if you haven’t started your cleanse, this one’s for you:
You can look like this when you leave the restroom.
Are you currently doing a colon cleanse?
I think it’s time to answer a question:
What’s a Colon Cleanse?
A colon cleanse is the process of cleaning out the insides of your body by decreasing or eliminating built-up toxins.
You eat the food. You love it and wish it lasts forever–and then it goes down the esophagus.
The esophagus moves the food down to your stomach by a process of consecutive contractions called peristalsis.
(This is an important word we’ll get back to later.)
Then the food hits the stomach, which is like the garbage disposal: it mixes and grinds the contents with enzymes to break down the food enough that it can pass through the first intestine…
Your small intestine is an integral part of the colon cleanse process.
Its job is to…
absorb any nutrients the food has,
and then eject the junk with a bowel movement.
This means that if your diet isn’t as pure as an Olympic athlete’s, your small intestine will help you remove the crap you may have eaten.
The large intestine is the counterpart to the small, except it deals with liquid.
This intestine is responsible for absorbing liquids and various vitamins–and it would appreciate it if all the liquids you consume were water!
When the stomach mashes up your food, it becomes what we call chyme.
Chyme is pretty much an amorphous mass of food and saliva, and you don’t want a picture of it.
It’s not something you want to talk about at the dinner table or bring to a show-and-tell.
Did you know the large intestine is
4x the length
of the small intestine?
Remember that word I told you to remember?
What was the word?
Did you get it right?
Peristalsis is the many back-and-forth, wave-like contractions in your digestive tubes that push food along (now as chyme) to the colon.
But when the chyme gets to the large intestine, that peristaltic action is called a mass movement.
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Historically known as “sacred bark,” this plant has a natural laxative effect, and helps relieve and regulate the bowels.
An herbal laxative that helps the peristaltic action (the push) of your colon–mostly in the small intestine.
A widely used herbal plant that’s useful in more than just cooking. Fennel seed is great for its essential fatty acids and its digestive, antioxidant abilities.
This pretty plant has a high phenolic content (it’s an antioxidant), and helps with minor digestive problems. Perfect for a colon cleanse formula!
This plant has been considered a global panacea and used as a healing product for ages. Among its other uses, Aloe can be a soothing aid in bowel discomfort.
Artichoke has long been used as an herbal medicine, but also for its antioxidant benefits and its choleretic and diuretic activities.
Also known as silymarin, this plant’s enzymes help the oxidative metabolism in the liver, and even aid the immune system.
The root of this plant has high phenolic content (which can act as an antioxidant), and is widely used in detoxes and heat/dampness relief.
Get acupuncture (ouch!).
Get an enema (haha, no).
Stick a tube up there (not gonna happen).
Get a natural colon cleanse (YES!).
You know that your colon won’t cleanse itself, right?
But hey, that’s cool. You’re never going to have the success story I had though…
That’s in my diary. It’s personal and… uncensored, so don’t read it.
Yes, my diary is a notepad.
Let me be honest: I got to a point where I was tired of being full of sh… you know.
I hated the stomach pain.
I hated my stomach, my body.
I was losing hope.
I thought all of my friends had golden bowels.
Well I learned that–HahahAHAHAH…
Well, they didn’t.
It turns out a ton of my friends had trouble going poop.
They just never told me. They never told anyone.
So I searched the web, looking for a natural colon cleanse.
There was no hope. So I created hope: this colon cleanse.
I was sick of being bloated. I wanted freedom.
And that’s when I asked myself…
“Do you want freedom from your bowels?”
I think you know what I said.
What will you?