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Justin Gammill May 27, 2015 17:03:14+00:00 healthyfoodhouse.com

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Digestive issues plague people from all walk of life all over the world, many of which are centered around the colon. The colon is responsible for getting waste out of our bodies, so if it is not functioning correctly, the toxins that we take in every day begin to build up in a process called autointoxication.

Undigested meat and other foods cause a mucus buildup in the colon, which in turn produces toxins, which enter the bloodstream and poisons the body.

Some symptoms of autointoxication include:

-Fatigue
-Headache
-Weight gain
-Low energy

Cleansing the colon to remove the mucus build-up, and promoting good digestive health has been shown to have the following effects on your health:

-Improving mental outlook
-Improving the immune system
-Losing weight
-Reducing the risk of colon cancer

The additional benefits of colon cleansing has been also been studied in relation to specific health concerns including:

-Fecal incontinence or bowel leakage
-Ostomy (surgical connection between an intestine and the outside of the body) care
-Spasm during colonoscopy
-Drug withdrawal
-Before and during bowel surgeries

There are many over-the-counter, pre-manufactured colon cleanse programs available on the market these days. The simple truth is, that by adding certain foods to your diet every day, you can naturally, safely, and effectively cleanse your colon without taking any harsh chemicals or expensive treatments. Below is a list of foods that you can add to your diet to cleanse your colon every day.

1. Lemon

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Lemon and other citrus fruits act as natural detoxification elements in the body. Citrus fruit juices are also packed with vitamins and natural minerals that are good for just about every aspect of your health.

2. Avocado

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Avocados contain an extremely high ratio of insoluble to soluble fiber. As it turns out, insoluble fiber is what promotes healthy bowel movements, and soluble fiber is what keeps your bowel movements regular. Avocados having both types of fiber makes them extremely effective at cleansing the colon.

3. Whole Grains

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Whole grains are extremely high in fiber which aids in almost all aspects of digestion and promotes good colon health.

4. Chlorophyll-Rich Greens

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Greens like spinach, green olives, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery, collard greens, sea vegetables, leeks, peas, and Swiss chard are all high in chlorophyll. According to the book The Enzyme Cure: How Plant Enzymes Can Help You Relieve 36 Health Problems, “Fat-soluble chlorophyll adheres to the lining of the intestinal wall and retards bacterial growth, removes putrifactive bacteria from the colon, and helps heal the mucosal lining of the gastrointestinal tract.”

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5. Green Tea

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Green tea is another extremely effective natural detox agent. Green tea helps flush toxins from your liver, kidneys, and colon and is also great for helping to lose weight.

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