Gut Health

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Your digestive system is at the centre of your well-being and is involved in so many vital processes. It is responsible for converting food into simple nutrients and delivering them to the body via the bloodstream.

Your digestive system plays a big role in regulating hormones and excreting toxins, so keeping a healthy balance of good bugs in your intestine is critical to good gut health.

In fact, the gut contains 70% of the body’s immune system, and the gut microbiome plays a major role in immune health. Therefore gut health is critical to our general health and is often being referred to as our ‘second brain’.

Poor gut health is not only linked to gastrointestinal problems, but serious diseases like diabetes, autoimmune disorders, arthritis, depression and chronic fatigue syndrome. Many diseases that can seem totally unrelated to the gut may actually be caused by gut problems.

Just think of the bowel/gut as the root system of our body which is responsible for healthy blood, healthy brain and a generally healthy body.

There is no easier, safer or faster way to detox your body than with colon cleansing.