What is the best colon cleanse supplement for weight loss?

I always hear of new colon cleansers everywhere I turn, and I want to know where I a could order a free smaple of a colon cleanser online without wasting my time. Also, how are you

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  • Britney

    Hi Megan,

    Personally, I’ve had a lot of success with the product Colon Clean (you can get more details on my website if you like – they do offer a good free trial).

    Colon cleanse products are designed to help clear out the gunk that accumulates in the intestines over years of eating meat and junk food. Think about it – the human body isn’t designed to process all the artificial chemicals we add to food, so it’s natural for some bits and pieces to get trapped in the colon. These left over bits can lead to some serious health consequences over time if they aren’t addressed.

    Using a colon cleanse product removes the left over gunk, so users do see some initial weight loss as the colon is cleaned out. In addition, cleaning the colon enables it to digest foods better, so you won’t have as much buildup in the future. People who use colon cleanse products often report having higher energy levels and feeling healthier overall than ever before – both of which can make it easier to stick with a healthy diet and exercise plan.

    The most important thing to remember is to look for a colon cleanse product that’s gentle and includes a pro-biotic supplement. While you’re cleaning the intestine, you’ll be wiping out some of the beneficial bacteria that live there. It’s important to choose a product that replaces them, since low bacteria levels can give you lots of trouble digesting foods in the future.

    Anyways, if you have any questions, feel free to contact me – I’d be happy to discuss the program I used with you!

    Sara.***:D

  • EddySays

    Your colon stays clean with a healthy high fiber diet. It doesn’t need cleansing.
    As for the "bad build up" promoted by homeopathic practitioners medically licensed gastroenterologists repeatedly state they rarely come across patients with any type of residue along the intestinal walls. The ones they do find are suffering from a specific disease or other severe symptom causing the digestive system to function improperly.
    The best way to clean your system is to stop putting toxins in. The largest source is our modern diet of processed and refined foods loaded with preservatives, additives, and concentrates. These throw off the normal functions of the entire body.
    The best way to "cleanse and detox" is to reduce transit time. The amount of time it takes for food to exit the body. The average adult has a transit time of 50-60 hours. So something they ate for breakfast two days ago is still in their system. Yuck!
    This leads to a condition called auto toxicity where the digestive system is working slow enough for toxins to be reabsorbed through the large intestine.
    A high fiber diet can cut transit time to 24-30 hours. Search high fiber foods and focus on eating lots of those.

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