What kind of diet shall I follow after getting a colon hydrotherapy session?
Following large intestinal cleansing, the body may feel weary or relaxed. This is simply your body working out and processing through its cleaning period; so, proper rest is important for your body to recuperate and rejuvenate.
After receiving colon hydrotherapy, we have experienced that it is important to:
1. Drink plenty of liquids (purified water, juices, herb teas, and electrolyte liquids).
2. Eat healthy vegetables for 24 hours.
3. Avoid eating raw vegetables for a couple of days. Steamed vegetables and raw fruit are sufficient, chew very thoroughly.
4. Reduce flesh consumption. (Especially beef, pork and chicken.)
What are the signs or symptoms when we first begin to omit toxic substances and begin to clean out the colon?
When a regular diet of stimulates such as coffee, tea , chocolate, and others are eliminated from your diet, some clients comment about headaches, and let down and sometimes even mild depression. This is usually when cleansing of the colon helps. That is why colon hydrotherapy is recommended with back to back sessions the first two weeks.
Will colon hydrotherapy affect the bacteria that resides in the colon?
In the early part of the century it was found that more than one hundred and sixty different species of bacteria have been found in the colon. Of these, more than one-third were found to possess pathogenic, or disease-producing, properties.
Dr. Kellogg, M.D. points out more than twenty species of putrefactive bacteria which are found in the stool of flesh-eaters, all of which produce very highly toxic products.
One of the most common and abundant of these is the bacillus of Welch which produces enormous quantities of offensive gas and highly active poison.
What about water dehydration?
In addition to the normal amount of absorbs taking place in the colon, the body absorbs extra water as needed at a rate the body sets.