Why Colon Care?
A healthy colon is essential for a healthy body.
It has been reported that keeping the bowel clean can reduce or prevent most types of disease and can also eliminate chronic bloating, symptoms of fatigue, headaches, nausea and a whole list of other symptoms. In most cases a simple dietary colon cleanse is not sufficient to remove the old, hardened and compacted fecal waste. This is why Colon Hydrotherapy is necessary. It is a safe, effective method of cleansing the colon of impacted, putrefied waste material by repeated, gentle flushing with filtered water, using only FDA approved state-of-the-art colonic hydro-therapy equipment.
Waste material, if allowed to remain too long in the digestive system, can result in the proliferation of bacteria and their toxins.
Think what would happen if you did not get rid of your kitchen garbage on a regular basis.
An increasing number of people in the health field recognize the importance of a healthy colon if a person is to maintain the best possible health. Dr. Robert Wood, Dr. V.E. Irons. Dr. John Ray, Dr. Stan Malstrom, Dr. Norman Walker, Dr. Bernard Jensen and others have stressed this point for quite some time.
How do our colons get in the undesirable state we often find them in? There are a number of reasons:
- Insufficient intake of fluids, especially pure water.
- Eating too fast and not chewing foods properly.
- Consumption of such foods as cakes, pies, pizza, macaroni, spaghetti, white bread, and other products made from white flour and refined sugar. Soft drinks are particularly bad because of the combination of sweeteners and acids. Milk and milk products can cause problems, especially cheese because of its binding effect.
- Lack of exercise.
- Improper combining of food, which can lead to digestive problems, which in turn can cause faulty elimination. Also over consumption of foods which contain little fiber.
- Factors such as worry, stress, hatred, anger, anxiety, depression, fear, loss of job, personal injury, death in the family, divorce, separation…etc.
- Use of certain drugs which can slow down bowel movement.
Some of the warning signs that a colon is probably in poor condition are:
- A tired and sluggish feeling and a lack of energy.
- Headaches and nervous irritability.
- Abdominal discomfort, cramping and constipation.
- Excessive gas, bad breath, and offensive body odors.
- Frequent illnesses such as colds, flu, sore throats, tonsil inflammation, etc.
- Poor appetite.
- High blood pressure.
- Parasitic infestations and worms.
- Sallow looking skin and skin eruptions.
- Back pains, varicose veins and tired legs.
If a colon is allowed to remain in a toxic state for an extended period of time, more serious problems are likely to develop. Cancer, arthritis, breast lumps, asthma, heart problems, allergies, pancreatic problems, hearing loss, poor eyesight, prostrate trouble, respiratory disorders, thyroid deficiency, colitis, Crohns’s disease and numerous other afflictions can be traced to a clogged and impacted colon.
If you suspect your colon to be in a less than healthy condition, it would be to your best interest to make an appointment with a colon therapist. A therapist can usually determine by one irrigation if you have colon blockages or that other problems exist, which would require further treatments. Numerous people who have had colon irrigations can attest to the benefits derived from them. With the alarming rise in colon cancer, colitis, Crohn’s disease and spastic colon as well as other serious illnesses, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to have a colon check-up. The amount you spend now may just correct a condition before it becomes more serious and costly. More than one million people in this country are wearing colostomy bags because they neglected to care for their colon.
COLON HEALTH: The Key to a Vibrant Life by Norman W. Walker, D.Sc., PhD.
TISSUE CLEANSING THROUGH BOWEL MANAGEMENT by Bernard Jensen, D. C., Nutritionist
This information is provided solely for educational purposes and not as medical advice.
Please consult a medical or health professional if you have questions about your health.
No liability is accepted should you choose to self-prescribe.