Our intestine says a lot about our health. So, when it works efficiently, our health follows along.
But, if there are any problems in the intestine, our chances of developing a disease increase considerably.
To avoid constipation, irregular bowel movements, and reduce the risks of colon cancer, many people do a natural intestine cleansing. Have you ever heard of it?
If you are already doing this cleansing and want more information, or if you want to learn how to do it, watch the details and tips on how to do this process efficiently.
But, why a natural cleansing? Cleansing your intestines in a natural way will eliminate toxins from your body and will help prevent many health issues.
Many people do an intestinal wash to eliminate the toxins resulting from bad eating habits, which can cause tiredness, headaches, weight gain, and also reduce energy and vitality.
See some ways of doing this wash at home:
1. Epsom Salt
2. Lemon juice and water
3. Lemon juice, baking soda and water
4. Apple juice
5. Green tea
Intestinal cleansing with natural ingredients is considered safe.
However, combining this practice with fasting or increasing its frequency may cause harm.
So, to avoid any problems, the recommendation is to do an intestinal cleansing once a month for 6 months, and then, once every 4 months.
And remember: your general health can improve if you keep a healthy diet, rich in fiber and fluids.
So, are you interested in doing any of these homemade intestine cleansings?
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