colon hydrotherapy
malley asked:

Only medical constructive answers please, and if possible please include references.
This is not for weightloss purposes, just colon health. A process before I change my diet, eliminating red meat and adding more fibre. I want to get rid of the junk first.

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Not exactly, use them in conjunction with each other. Hydrotherapy cleanses whereas the laxative helps to eliminate.

May 12th, 2009 at 12:44 am

I don’t really believe in either approach, they’re rather harsh but probably harmless used in moderation. Some laxatives are harsher than others and are more habituating, leading to constipation if you try to quit after overusing them. Both hydrotherapists and the general medical community agree that the best thing is to increase the soluble fiber in your diet (fruits and vegetables) and decrease fats and red meat. If that isn’t done, nothing will improve colon health. If it is done, it’s likely that no other therapy is needed.

Traveling medicine shows used to sell little bottles of white powder that cleansed the body from poisons. There was a lot of profit in that because yes, it did lead to a large bowel movement and a temporary feeling of lightness and well being…as well as being so cheap to produce it was almost pure profit. Epsom salts, little bottles and labels were the only cost. But back then you didn’t need to list ingredients, merely come up with an imaginative name.

May 15th, 2009 at 6:03 am

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