The Body’s Methods of Detox & Live Blood Cell Analysis

by Denise Temple

Week 2 of series:

Detoxing with the COLON.

   We all recognize that if we do not take out the trash in our kitchens, things get pretty stinky! Well, compare this to your body and its efficiency in moving waste out. If it is not happening on a regular and consistent basis, then there is a problem that needs attention. The colon should be removing waste from your body in coordination with the efficiency of digestion. If you eat breakfast today, you should have a bowel movement tomorrow morning and so on for each meal. Most of us can use this comparison and realize if we need improvement.

Eating large amounts of food — especially late in the evening — can overwork your digestive system, making you bloated, tired, and even constipated the next day. Sometimes, the food can sit in your intestinal tract for days and not digest properly — in part due to combining different types of food that don’t mix well. This overload depletes the digestive enzymes you need to break down food properly.

If food sits in your intestinal tract for too long, it begins to rot before your body can eliminate it. When this happens, it produces harmful toxins that are absorbed by your body.

When people splurge eat, they tend not to chew their food enough, which strains their GI tract. It's not good for anyone to eat like this — especially not regularly.

Cleansing your body from within, colon cleansing has so many benefits you’ll feel! Many people report that they feel great the next day, citing:

  • Removal of compacted waste
  • Increased energy
  • Less occasional constipation
  • Better digestion
  • Sharper focus and concentration
  • More effective weight loss
  • Happier mood

Reading these items that are reported after a colon cleanse helps you to realize how: overeating, splurge eating, low to no bowel movements daily, can ‘impact’ you in many negative ways throughout your body.

You may not feel like you have the solution or a handle on how to cleanse the colon and support healthy digestion. Well, this is where the tool, Nutritional Dry Blood Cell Analysis comes in to support your knowledge of your body, its most needs, and the best way to resolve it. A few drops of blood from your finger is placed under a high powered light and dark-field microscope to observe these details about your body. There is no need for the guess work!

Heather Baruch
Heather Baruch


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