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A Cleansed Colon for a Healthier You

The body’s health should be one’s priority and yet many do not treat their bodies as well as they should. A lack of exercise and poor food habits can have many negative effects upon the body such as swollen, painful joints, heart problems or a poor immune system leaving the body susceptible to common illnesses such as colds & flu. One major way you can help get the body back on track is the help re-liven the intestinal tract. This is an important area to focus on as it is here that nutrients are absorbed by the body. It is also where waste is expelled. Stagnant waste build up in the bowel can...
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Why Take Care of Your Heart?

The heart is said to be a place we feel emotion and love. But in reality it is a vital organ we rely on for life. As we know the heart pumps blood around the body, feeding every living cell, via blood vessels known as arteries or veins. Unrestricted blood vessels make the job of circulation easy, but once blood vessels become blocked or restricted, circulation is hindered. Restriction is usually caused by a build-up of plaque (fat, cholesterol, calcium, and other substances found in the blood) in the arterial walls known as Atherosclerosis. Over time, this plaque hardens and narrows your arteries. This...
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What is Colon Detoxification?

What is colon detoxification? Put simply, it is the process of clearing the colon of excess toxins that have built up over time from the foods and drink consumed. The problem with this build up is that it inhibits the function of the entire intestinal tract. The colon (large intestine) is where nutrients are absorbed from the food we eat therefore if the colon’s function is inhibited, so too will be nutrient absorption. This can lead to many nutrient deficiencies which can have a negative effect upon one’s health. For instance, a lack of vitamin D can result in brittle bones or a reduction in bone...
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The Importance of a Colon Cleanse for Digestive Health

The digestive system is made up of the mouth, oesophagus, stomach, liver, duodenum, large and small intestines and the rectum. This complex system is required to function optimally if we are to be healthy. Every organ has to play its part in making sure food is digested and we absorb the nutrients adequately. But what happens to us when that is not the case? Ill-absorbed nutrients result in poor health whether that be in the form of suffering from chronic constipation or diarrhoea, which themselves can be quite uncomfortable to live with, to food allergies, skin conditions or iron deficiency anaemia...
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