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Colon Health Diet Tips
A colon health diet is important if you want to maintain overall good health. It is well documented in medical
publications, that your body is really only as healthy as your digestive health.
As more people realize the importance their bowels and proper digestion play in their overall health,
they are looking for reliable colon health information.
I see advertisements by the medical profession and even by some governments that encourage
regular colonoscopy tests to monitor your colon health.
I admit I'm skeptical when it comes to all this invasive testing. I've read too many reports, I guess, of
people who had their bowel punctured during a routine colonoscopy, leading to long term colon problems.
I'm not going to say, "Don't get a colonoscopy!" Who knows? You may be one of the few people
that genuinely needs one. Instead, I'd rather encourage you to take some
natural steps to include a colon health diet as part of your regular routine and then you
won't have as much to worry about.
Your intestines need bulk fiber to help move waste matter along through the digestive
tract. When you don't get enough good fiber in your diet, food tends to sit in your colon and rot.
As you can well imagine, this rotting waste creates a load of toxins that your body then has to try to deal with. It's
becomes a stress on all of the other filtering organs. If they can't handle the amount of toxins they are getting, the result is illness
It's amazing how simple the concept of digestive health really is, but we tend to overlook
these simple truths far too often.
What kind of foods make up a good colon health diet?
- whole grains
These are the foods that are high in fiber. Any colon health information you read will tell you that the
average person should eat between 30-40 grams of fiber per day. Do you know
how much fiber you're getting?
The majority of people only get about half the fiber they need for a properly balanced
colon health diet. In this instance, I'm part of the majority.
I get a fair amount of fiber on some days, but those days are few and far between. Most
days I don't even come close. My solution? Herbal Fiberblend!
Herbal Fiberblend is soluble and insoluble psyllium fiber. It also has the added benefit of 17 different herbs
that work together to kill parasites, fungus, and bacteria that you may be harboring as unwelcome guests of
your digestive tract.
By mixing HFB in a little water or juice once or twice a day, you'll not only get
the fiber you need each day, but you'll also ward off 'germs' or 'bugs' you've picked up along the way.
If you are already suffering from poor bowel health, consider a full colon cleanse with Herbal Fiberblend over a three month
period. You'll be amazed at the benefits you'll receive.
When you take care of your health plus colon cleanse regularly, you have a much better chance of eliminating the possibility of many common health ailments like constipation, high blood pressure, high cholesterol,
hemorrhoids, obesity, high blood sugar, heart disease and colon cancer.
Eat right with a colon health diet in mind as best you can and supplement as needed with additional fiber. When you keep your digestive tract healthy, the
rest of your body has a much better chance of following suit.
To your good health!
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