Maintaining Good Colon Health

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Maintaining good colon health is easy for anyone to do. You do not need to have an enema regularly and it is not medically advised to have an enema more than once or twice a year, or you could cause damage.

Check to make sure that you are not having too much oil intake in your diet. If you eat a lot of greasy food, it is time to change to a healthier diet. You can check if you are consuming to much oil when you wipe after having excreted your feces. If you have to wipe yourself clean more than a few times, there is too much oil within your food.

Drink plenty of water each and every day to help maintain the good working order of your bowels and colon area. Eight glasses of fresh mineral water should be consumed daily. Have a glass of water before and during a main meal and this will help your digestive system work at it's best and will help to keep your colon clean.

Eating plenty of vegetables and fruit will provide your digestive system with the nutrients it needs to work efficiently for you. As your body receives these nutrients, they are spread throughout the bodies systems, providing your body with what it needs.

Eating plenty of roughage such as orange grind and oats will gently scrape away at any waste that is placed within the colon area and the digestive system itself, naturally. This helps to keep a regular and painless flow of your bodies waste products.

Enema's are brilliant towards maintaining a good colon health because even though an enema can only be induced an average of every 6 months, it releases waste from the bowels that have been stuck for up to 6 months.

Detoxing your body can be healthily achieved on a more regular basis, if completed in a healthy manner. Ensuring you drink plenty of water during and after a detoxification. Refrain from eating any meat during a detox as the body takes longer to digest meat products and even longer to release all of it's components through the colon and digestive system.

Carbohydrates such as rice and potatoes help to collect excess waste as they pass through the digestive system and helps to keep your stools softened as they pass through the colon area. Whilst over eating carbohydrates may give a constipated effect, ensure you stick to your required daily intake and your colon will exceed to remain in good health.

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Samantha Dunkin is an expert on colon cleansing. She is currently working on an informational portal about The Master Cleanse Diet. She is a contributing author of Internal-Cleansing.com.

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This article was published on 2010/03/27