6 Ways to Cleanse Your Colon and Preserve Your Youth!
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6 Ways to Cleanse Your Colon and Preserve
Make use of probiotics, the friendly bacteria
that protects your colon.
Research suggests that probiotics may help
prevent and possibly treat colon cancer.
These “good bacteria” stop inflammation
and improve bowel movement consistency,
2 parts of digestive health that are related
to the colon.
High levels of probiotics are found in fermented
foods like Greek yogurt, apple cider vinegar,
kimchi, miso, kombucha, and some types of
Resistant starches, found in plant foods like
potatoes, rice, legumes, green bananas, and
grains, promote a healthy colon by increasing
Also, a 2013 review on resistant starches
determined that they reduce the risk of colon
Fiber-rich foods reduce the risk of colon
Besides, high-fiber meals feed the “good”
bacteria in the intestine that help reduce
gut inflammation and improve digestive disorders
like irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease,
and ulcerative colitis.
Some high-fiber foods that could make your
colon happy are raspberries, green peas, broccoli,
lentils, beans, and whole grains.
Herbal teas are said to be beneficial for
cleansing your colon.
According to an investigation conducted by
Australian researchers, there is a connection
between herbal tea consumption and a lower
risk of colon cancer.
Laxative herbs like psyllium, aloe vera, and
marshmallow root may help with constipation,
but make sure to talk to your doctor before
using these herbs, since they can sometimes
A 2010 study proved that saltwater cleanses
the colon when paired with certain yoga poses.
Try this: every morning, before breakfast,
mix 2 teaspoons of sea salt/Himalayan salt
in a glass of lukewarm water.
Drink it quickly and repeat the process in
the evening as well.
Low fluid intake is a common cause of constipation.
So drinking 1.5 to 2 liters of water daily
can prevent this.
Another way to help meet your fluid intake
needs is to include fruits and vegetables
that have high water content, like cucumber,
zucchini, celery, tomatoes, melon, and strawberries.