How long should I do this colon cleanse?

I am going to start taking Yerba Prima Psyllium Whole Husks Colon Cleanser Powder. How long should I take it before stopping. I read that your should do a colon cleanse for about three days. Is that long enough? How do I know if I’ve cleansed my system enough to stop?

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  • ClickMaster

    You read wrong. If you need to clean your colon it is because you have a medical problem and should be consulting with your physician and not YA. If you don’t have a medical problem, you shouldn’t be cleaning your colon because cleanses are bogus fads which do nothing worthwhile.

    The problem with the internet is it is difficult to know what websites to trust. Especially in diet and fitness where there is no good proof and the US federal law tolerates all sorts of scams (eg: DHSEA1998), it is easy to be misled, scammed, and bilked. The way search engines work is to show you the most popular websites at the top and the least popular at the bottom…often buried in an mess of thousands of hits. And, popular does not mean good or true. It often means fad or trendy or mediocre or memetic or myth. And, is asking a bunch of strangers in YA really a good way to get information? Well, there are some excellent websites you CAN trust. They usually end in dot gov and contain some very heady scientific articles which are buried among other articles. The reason is the US government doesn’t have the time or money to debunk all the junk, bogus, and just plain bad information on the web. So, if you want the truth, you’re going to have to do your homework and dig for it. Here are some links to help you with your question.

    Detox diets and cleanses are don’t work. There is no diet which will cause your body to get rid of toxins, heavy metals, poisonous by-products from smoking, drugs, etc. And cleanses for the purpose of weight loss don’t work because they can only eliminate water and small amounts of waste which the body will replace very quickly.

    Check out these reliable references.

    "’Cleansing’ diets may be worthless"
    http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/detox-diets-purging-myths

    "A day on a detox diet program probably won’t hurt you, but there’s little point in following these restrictive diets – and they can do far more harm than good, says Michelle May, MD,"
    http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=64306

    "Detox diets are a waste of time and money, say scientists"
    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article784402.ece

    "The human body can defend itself very
    well against most environmental insults and the effects of occasional indulgence. If you’re generally healthy, stick to giving your body what it needs to maintain its own detox system— a healthful diet, adequate fluid intake, regular exercise, sufficient sleep, and all recommended medical check-ups. Don’t waste your money…follow a healthy, balanced lifestyle instead."
    Ref: http://www.lee-county.com/gov/dept/HumanResources/Wellness_Newsletters/Aug%2008.pdf

    The way to detox is to stop ingesting toxins and let your body cleanse itself naturally. And cleanses, purges, emetics, enemas, etc. cannot remove fat from your body or make your body lose fat. If fat is your problem, you’re eventually going to realize that nothing works except a proper diet for life or surgery. The best diet for all normal adults hasn’t changed. It is still a varied, balanced, nutritious, and properly apportioned diet of high quality foods.

    With the help of the web and it’s instant global communication, it only took about a week for the Oprah/Oz acai myth to span the globe. So, one thing is certain. If there was an easy way to detox or lose fat through cleansing, the whole world would know about it very quickly. Why hasn’t that happened? Think about it.

    Good luck and good health!!

  • Kelson

    how long do i take Good ‘N Natural – Colon Cleanser be for it works

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