Your colon is responsible for the final stages of the digestive process, e.g.

  • To absorb remaining water and electrolytes
  • To store food remains that were not digested in the small intestines
  • To eliminate solid waste from the body

Billions of bacteria coat the colon and its contents, living in a healthy balance with the body.

Does Colon Cleanse Help Lose Weight?

Colon Cleanse and Liver Cleanse for Weight Loss
When you don’t get enough fiber in your diet, your colon doesn’t get the necessities it needs to do its job correctly, which leads to harmful toxin and bile congestion in your stomach and colon. When this happens, your body will reabsorb the same toxins and wastes and send them back into your liver. This cycle becomes the normal, and goes on and on, never getting rid of the toxins. But even worse, these excess wastes can build up and even harden inside your colon, adding extra pounds of weight to your body. This also makes it even harder to flush your body clean of these toxins. This is why so many people try and try to lose weight and just can’t keep it off.

Does Liver Cleanse Help Lose Weight?

Your liver is about the size of a football that sits just under the rib cage on the right side of your abdomen. It is one of the most vital organs in the body. The Liver acts as your body’s filter and neutralizes various wastes that include toxins from food, water, air, cosmetics, alcohol, drugs & medications and much more.

Imagine The Coffee Filter Filled Up With Left Over Wet Coffee Grounds.

Coffee Filter Filled Up With Left Over Wet Coffee Grounds.

That’s what can happen to your liver if you don’t flush it with enough water and healthy food. The more thick and back upped it gets, the worse it is for your metabolism. When it gets clogged and backed up, the fat isn’t broken down and discharged; it’s stored in the body. When this happens, your liver will release the toxins it was supposed to use for good to neutralize, back into your body, hindering your weight loss. Even worse, it can cause a variety of different health problems such as, high cholesterol, depression, lack of energy, autoimmune deficiencies and much more. Often times a poorly functioning liver will cause suffering skin that can be covered in acne, swelling, rashes or red spots.

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