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How to Cleanse Your Colon Naturally | Detox, Health, & Weight Loss

How to Cleanse your Colon Naturally | Kayla Chandler

Hey Y’all! I hope you’re having a wonderful day!  I’m back today with more detox tips for you as we move along with our theme of “Getting Healthier in 2018.”

If you missed the first three posts in this mini series, you can check them out here:  Fat-Burning Detox Smoothie, How to Lose Belly Fat Fast & Naturally, & Winter Glow Detox Salad

Today, we’re going to discuss how to cleanse your colon naturally.

A Congested Colon Can Lead to…

This is a topic that most people try to avoid (for obvious reasons), but the reality is that the average person on the Standard American Diet (aka SAD) has anywhere from 5-20 lbs of poop backed up in their colon 😲🤢… Yep, that’s pretty gross!

And, a congested colon can lead to symptoms, such as:

  • Junk Food Cravings
  • Fatigue/Low Energy
  • Headaches
  • Acne
  • Constipation/Stomach Upset
  • Brain Fog
  • Mood Swings, and
  • much more!

A Clean Colon Makes Eating Healthy MUCH Easier…

If you’re trying to eat healthier this year, then having a clean colon can make a huge difference in your success.  

We’re always led to believe that if you cheat on your diet, your willpower is weak (guilt-trip).  Well, I’m telling you instead of focusing on willpower & depriving yourself, focus on cleansing your body & colon and the willpower will come naturally because the junk food cravings & low energy levels will subside making it easy to stick to a healthy diet (I speak from experience!).
 
So, in today’s video, I’m going to give you ways to get that initial colon cleanse going so you can get rid of any backed up waste you already have as well as ways to keep your colon cleansed on a regular basis.
 

Watch the Video Below to see my Recommendations…

 

https://youtu.be/n2Ck3ryeyb4

 

How to Cleanse Your Colon Naturally

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