We’re going to get gross today, so brace yourself. It’s going to be that unpleasant, but it’s probably something you’re not used to talking about. When was the last time you thought about your colon? Also known as the large intestine, the colon helps remove nutrients and water from the food in your digestive tract. Let’s talk today about how to keep it clean…
Are you eating lots of fiber? Have you ever done juice fast? What’s your favorite type of tea? We’re talking about all that AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
Tea – 00:31
Juice – 01:45
Water – 02:59
Saltwater Flush – 04:12
Food – 05:02
Broccoli – 06:04
Probiotics – 06:49
Resistant Starch – 07:32
I’m talking about herbal tea to be exact. This is one of the best ways to clean your insides. Herbs like aloe vera, peppermint, marshmallow root, psyllium and senna act as natural laxatives. I know, I said “laxative”. I’m not trying to turn you off with a discussion about bowel movements. But hey, we’re talking about your colon here! It’s going to come up at some point.
A juice cleanse is one of the best ways to clean your colon out and allow it to function better. It’s the go-to for people looking to step up their digestive health.
Want an easy way to control your digestion? Drink lots of water! The easiest way to stay up on your H2O consumption is to follow the “8×8” rule. Not sure what this is? The 8×8 rule is when you drink 8 eight-ounce glasses of water a day. Now, there are people who debate whether or not this rule works. Some people suggest you drink even more water. Let’s just say that when you feel like having a drink, pour yourself a glass.
Now, there’s little to no actual evidence that this works, but if you want to make things interesting, try drinking lukewarm water with salt. The idea behind this is that enough saltwater will wake you want to go to the bathroom. It should also be done on an empty stomach, so do it before eating.
It’s not just what you drink that can help your colon, it’s also the type of foods you’re eating. If you’re looking to help your digestive system, you may want to focus on more plant-based foods. Not just fruits and veggies, but also nuts, seeds and grains. I get it, not everyone’s body can adapt to a plant-based diet. Well, you’ll be happy to know you can eat greens without going full vegan.
It may be the last choice for many of you, but broccoli holds so many great benefits for your digestive system. Not only is it packed with nutrients, it’s also low in calories and goes down easy.
These are microorganisms found in fermented foods. They increase the production of healthy bacteria that will clean your stomach and strengthen your digestive tract. It will also decrease any inflammation happening in your digestive system.
Normally when people hear the word “starch”, they think something unhealthy that’s going to load their body with unwanted sugar. Resistant starch is a little different. You see, resistant starch helps control your digestive system. It’s a lot like fiber in this way.
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