In today’s realm, having an unhealthy lifestyle is inevitable due to stress and having to deal with a fast-paced routine. It became all too easy to fall into ingesting too much processed food which are harder to digest and metabolized compared to natural foods. This cycle can put a lot of people prone to a toxic colon.
Our colon, also known as large intestine plays an important role in our digestive system. It becomes our body’s trash bin as it handles most of the food leftover. Our colon wall comprises of sensitive nerves and glands that aid in the absorption of food including all fluid, vitamin and enzymes.
Once our colon ceased working properly, its task to move food through the system and remove undigested substances gets disrupted. Ideally, our body’s waste should be eliminated within 16-24 hours after eating. If this is not achieved regularly, the wastes accumulate overtime producing what we call a toxic colon.
These waste material deposits along the colon wall may be trapped in our body over the years and these hardened fecal matters can get as thick as 2 to 3 inches. The average healthy person who is not constipated will carry about 5-20 pounds of fecal matter in their intestines and colon at any one time. However, people who are constipated can be carrying up to more than 40 pounds of this toxic fecal matter, which is continually poisoning their body and organs.
Constipation is a condition described as less frequent bowel movements associated with bloating and hard stools. This condition can lead to weight gain and obesity over a period of time. In fact, 3 months of steady constipation can help you gain at least 18 Kilograms in excess weight.
Most individual with clean and healthy colon typically have two bowel movements per day. The amount of stool should equate to their food intake. Stool formation should be well-formed and buoyant. Although they usually come with an unpleasant smell, having a very foul odor is considered not normal.
Unhealthy lifestyle such as stress, lack of exercise, poor diet and medication may result to problems in your colon and it may lose its ability to properly eliminate all the waste materials from your digestive tract.
Laxatives are just as bad
Individuals tend to use laxative as cure for constipation and others misuse it for weight loss. If you think that solving constipation is as easy as taking laxatives, then you’re very mistaken. Many people fall into laxative abuse and this can lead to a bigger problem. Laxatives are habit forming and overtime, it will require you to increase your dosage.
Laxatives can eliminate electrolytes in your body that can leave you dehydrated and causes mineral imbalances. It can also cause damage to you internal organs thus increasing your risk of colon cancer.
Cleanse the healthy way with JustUme
JustUme Fiber Plum is more than just a plum. It is made from selected Japanese Umeboshi plum that can restore your body’s PH balance. It also promotes the natural way to maintain a healthy digestive system as it is fortified with 2 strains of probiotics – Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Bifidobacteria Longum to Support a healthy immune system & microflora balance in our intestine.
JustUme also contains unique blend of plant extracts that can help in other body conditions:
- Mulberry Leaf (Morus alba) powder – Promotes weight loss and controls blood sugar.
- Pu-erh Tea powder – Reduces cholesterol and promotes mental alertness.
- Lotus Leaf powder – Blocks absorption of fats and helps lower blood pressure. It also help control fatty liver.
- Liquorice powder – Skin moisturizer and brightener. Its antioxidant benefits empowers the liver.
- Cassia Tora Powder – It provides nourishment to intestine and eases bowel movement.
All these combined in can help in JustUme Fiber Plum helps cleanse the digestive tract safely and naturally without the harmful side effects.
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