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Brown Fluffy Floaties – The Sign of a Healthy Bowel

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A healthy gut is a must for a healthy body. Regular, light bowel movements (2-3 a day) is the optimum, stool that is soft and easy to pass. The longer the waste sits in the body, the harder it gets, leading to smelly sinkies and a sign that all is not as it should be with the digestive system.

The longer the waste sits in the gut, the more toxic it becomes, slowly poisoning the body as the toxins are reabsorbed into your system. It also provides a perfect environment for parasites and unwanted harmful organisms.

“Health begins in the colon,” another popular saying among naturopaths is “Death begins in the colon.” Your bowel movements are a good sign of the body’s health. If your stool is difficult to pass, has an overpowering odor, or is any color other than brown, then you need to pay some attention to both ends of the digestive tract. Namely your diet and gut.

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So how can you get healthier gut, regularly, with fluffy floats in your toilet bowl?

  • Drink more water. Constipation is a common symptom of dehydration

    – Exercise. The movement of the body helps to get the bowel going

    – Add more fiber to your diet and reduce (or eliminate) the usual Standard American Diet (SAD).

    – Use a natural, safe, oxygen-based colon cleanser to stop toxin build-up, plus numerous other benefits such as:

  • Helps restore regular movements

    * Cleans and detoxifies the entire digestive tract

    * Prevents waste from building up and clogging your intestines

    * Promotes overall health and renewed vitality

    * Supports a healthy immune and digestive system

    * Supports the body in absorbing essential nutrients

    * Creates an unfriendly environment for anaerobic harmful organisms, including parasites.

If you have irregular, hard-to-pass, smelly, or any other type of bowel movement other than fluffy floaties, then along with a change in diet, regular oxygen colon cleansing will go a long way toward restoring a colon healthy gut.

Thanks to Steven M. Plumridge

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