About Colon Cleanses

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Colon cleanses should begin with a fiber and herb combination that can be obtained at any vitamin store, but hydrotherapy is also a good option. Find out why hydrotherapy is a good alternative to laxatives with help from a professional bodybuilder in this free video on health and body detoxification.

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In my line of work being a personal trainer, from time to time clients will come to me asking about colon cleansing. This is a subject that I am very versed in. I usually start with Metamucil, fiber, that's something that's very affordable and obtainable; something you can easily pick up. Another thing that I recommend if you want to go a step further; there's a two-part system that you can pick up at almost any supplement, vitamin store. It's a fiber and an herb conjunction together; they work great. Another thing that you can do is seek a professional; this is hydrotherapy colon cleansing. This is something you're going to make an appointment for; it's going to take about an hour from start to finish. That's probably one of the best ways because you're going to go in and leave and you're going to be done. A lot of times when we're taking laxatives; it's very unexpected; it's something that you're going to need to stay home and be by a bathroom; so it's not always convenient when you're working and in social situations. So if you do choose to use herbs, fibers or, or laxatives; you do want to make sure that you're properly hydrated because you are going to experience water loss and you do want to make sure that you're getting enough nutrients and you don't want to come, become anemic. But some of the very positive benefits of doing that is your energy is going to go through the roof; your skin, hair, nails; also memory, you're not going to feel as foggy; you're going to be able to make it through your day with more spring in your step.


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