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Are you thinking of getting a colonic as part of a detox regimen? Perhaps you have heard about weight loss after colonics and have seen before and after pictures that attest the success of the method ?In any case, it is important to know just what to expect and what to look out for after your colonic session.

 

The after effects of a colonic

 

As you may already know, the goal of colonics or colonic hydrotherapy as most people often call it is the thorough cleansing of waste and faecal matter in the colon. At the end of the procedure, your colon ought to be empty, so you would want to be careful not to eat anything that might aggravate the digestive system. You would do well to follow all instructions given to you by your healthcare provider with regards to post colonic care.

 

In many cases, people who have just taken a colonic may experience no bowel movement for several days which is no cause for concern. To restore bowel functions, it would help to eat food that is rich in fibre such as broccoli, artichokes and black beans. These food items will help with digestion and have your colon moving again. You would also want to consider adding more probiotics such as yoghurt and kefir to restore levels of beneficial bacteria in the colon.

 

Can you drink alcohol after a colonic?

 

The short answer is no. As mentioned earlier, people who have just taken a colonic must shun anything that may aggravate the colon, and alcoholic beverages are on the top of that list. You would also want to avoid coffee, tea, milk and any carbonated beverages.

 

What not to eat after a colonic?

 

Regarding food items, you would want to steer clear of anything that has chocolate in it as well as sugar and dairy. The same goes for fatty and acidic food items such as oranges and other citrus fruits. A good rule of thumb is to avoid anything that you suspect may cause colon irritation.

 

Would you like to learn more? Perhaps you have a question about colonics that we missed? Talk to our experts here at “Coffee Enemas Australia” ?and phone us today on 0414 064 491.

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