Your answers put you in the high-risk
category. Your body is likely out of balance and you should have a checkup with a natural healthcare
In addition, here are some lifestyle
changes that may help improve your situation.
Follow a Healthy Eating Plan
A natural, plant-based diet keeps your digestive system in check. Eat whole foods that are high in fiber and support the colon, like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Avoid food that inflames or otherwise upsets the colon, like red meat. For extra nutritional support, add turmeric to your diet.
Dehydration affects the body’s ability to detoxify and cleanse itself and makes going to the bathroom especially difficult. A good rule of thumb is to divide your bodyweight in half and drink that amount in ounces. For example, if you weigh 150 lbs, drink 75 oz of water per day. Avoid coffee, soda, and energy drinks, they can worsen dehydration.
Exercise for at Least 45
Minutes Three Times per Week
Physical activity is essential for overall health and wellness. The colon functions much more effectively when you’re active. Even moderate activity can boost your overall well-being.
Your answers put you in the
medium-risk category. Your body is trying to tell you that your colon is becoming unbalanced — listen to
Follow a Healthy Eating
A natural, plant-based diet can keep your digestive system in check. Eat whole foods that are high in fiber and support the colon, like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. For extra nutritional support, add therapeutic herbs and spices like turmeric to your diet.