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Consider your colon as a whole; can you imagine that the average American has 10 pounds of garbage stuck inside? Imagine it is attached to the insides of your intestines, preventing critical nutrients from being absorbed.

Undernourishment might cause you to feel lethargic and have a hazy mind if you can’t absorb food adequately. The brain consumes over 60% of the nutrients you consume, significantly more than any other single organ. As a result, it is suggested that you eat first to feed your brain, then your physical body. A diet high in omega 3, minerals, and vitamins is ideal for the brain. Recent research has discovered a link between intestinal health and mental well-being.

Take these simple actions to boost your colon and your mental health.

Take Water

Digestion, waste disposal, and toxin release are all aided by drinking water. Temperate water is preferred because cold water causes contractions while warm water relaxes the body. It is suggested that you drink one to two liters of water per day.

Prunes

Prunes are abundant in fiber, making them ideal for removing obstructions in the colon. Make sure you drink lots of water at the same time.

 

Fiber

Blending bananas is an excellent way of acquiring fiber, and they are also beneficial for weight loss. The best time to obtain your fiber dose for the day is in the morning. When you take oatmeal, it relaxes the colon, and muesli with yogurt nourishes probiotics.

Take Lemon Juice

Increase your metabolism by drinking a cup of warm water with lemon juice. It also supplements your bowels with vitamin C, which aids calcium absorption.

Probiotics

Some types of antibiotics may kill good bacteria in your gut, and eating the foods below can help replenish your probiotics.

  • Yogurt
  • Sauerkraut
  • Kombucha
  • Kefir
  • Kimchi

It is recommended to take natural sources of probiotics since the body usually discards the ones that are pharmaceutically manufactured.

Flaxseed

Ground flaxseed is recommended for patients with diverticulosis because it is high in omega 3 and fiber, which allows the colon to release. Flaxseed can also be used to impart anticancer benefits. You can decide to add it to beverages or breakfast foods.

Cleanse with Apple Cider Vinegar

The acidity of apple cider vinegar aids in the removal of hardened harmful colon obstruction.

Mix apple cider vinegar (2 teaspoons), 8 ounces of warm water, and organic honey (2 tablespoons) in a blender. You can take it after shaking and stirring.

Take Ginger Tea

Ginger aids digestion soothes the body and boosts metabolism. Ginger tea is calming, and when combined with a quarter teaspoon of turmeric (to relieve bloating caused by constipation), it has an anticancer effect.

Mix water, ginger, and turmeric, and then boil. Reduce the heat and allow it to simmer for 10 minutes. Remove the pot from the heat and, to taste, add raw honey.

Take Cinnamon Tea

It warms the body while also stimulating the kidneys and gallbladder. Enzymes in the gallbladder break down fats and oils. Beetroots are a decent substitute for persons who don’t have a gallbladder.

Take a Walk

Walking for 30-60 minutes after your last meal of the day aids digestion. Also, before heading to bed, rub your stomach; the heat from your palms will aid digestion.

With These 10 Home Remedies, You Can Cleanse Your Colon QUICKLY.

 

Consider your colon as a whole; can you imagine that the average American has 10 pounds of garbage stuck inside? Imagine it is stuck to the insides of your intestines, preventing critical nutrients from being absorbed.

 

 

Undernourishment might cause you to feel lethargic and have a hazy mind if you can’t absorb food adequately. The brain consumes over 60% of the nutrients you consume, significantly more than any other single organ. As a result, it is suggested that you eat first to feed your brain, then your physical body. A diet high in omega 3, minerals, and vitamins is ideal for the brain. Recent research has discovered a link between intestinal health and mental well-being.

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Take these simple actions to boost your colon and your mental health.

Take Water

Digestion, waste disposal, and toxin release are all aided by drinking water. Temperate water is preferred because cold water causes contractions while warm water relaxes the body. It is suggested that you drink one to two liters of water per day.

 

Prunes

Prunes are abundant in fiber, making them ideal for removing obstructions in the colon. Make sure you drink lots of water at the same time.

 

Fiber

Blending bananas is a great way of acquiring fiber and they are also beneficial for weight loss. The best time to obtain your fiber dose for the day is in the morning. When you take oatmeal it relaxes the colon, and muesli with yogurt nourishes probiotics.

 

Take Lemon Juice

Increase your metabolism by drinking a cup of warm water with lemon juice. It also supplements your bowels with vitamin C, which aids calcium absorption.

 

Probiotics

Some antibiotics may kill good bacteria in your gut, and eating the foods below can help replenish your probiotics.

  • ¬†Yogurt
  • Sauerkraut
  • Kombucha
  • Kefir
  • Kimchi

 

It is recommended to take natural sources of probiotics since the body usually discards the pharmaceutically manufactured ones.

 

Flaxseed

Ground flaxseed is recommended for patients with diverticulosis because it is high in omega 3 and fiber, which allows the colon to release. Flaxseed can also be used to impart anticancer benefits. You can decide to add it to beverages or breakfast foods.

 

Cleanse with Apple Cider Vinegar

The acidity of apple cider vinegar aids in the removal of hardened harmful colon obstruction.

Mix apple cider vinegar (2 teaspoons), 8 ounces warm water, and organic honey (2 tablespoons) in a blender. You can take after shaking and stirring.

 

Take Ginger Tea

Ginger aids digestion, soothes the body, and boosts metabolism. Ginger tea is calming, and when combined with a quarter teaspoon of turmeric (to relieve bloating caused by constipation), it has an anticancer effect.

Mix water, ginger and turmeric and then boil. Reduce the heat and allow it to simmer for around 10 minutes. Remove the pot from the heat and, to taste, add raw honey.

 

Take Cinnamon Tea

It warms the body while also stimulating the kidneys and gallbladder. Enzymes in the gallbladder break down fats and oils. For persons who don’t have a gallbladder, beetroots are a decent substitute.

 

Take a Walk

Walking for 30-60 minutes after your last meal of the day aids digestion. Also, before heading to bed, rub your stomach; the heat from your palms will aid digestion.

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