- Relieve constipation
- Support the immune system
- Improve intestinal microbiome
- Reduce bloating
- Eliminate toxins
What is the importance of efficient bowel movements?
The clinical definition of constipation is having one or fewer bowel movements per day. That may sound like a lot of time in the bathroom, but if you think about how the digestive system works for a baby, it is easier to understand. A baby eats, then poops. It’s that simple. This is how our digestive system is supposed to operate at all ages. Over time, however, a less than optimal diet, high stress, and low exercise can all contribute to the system slowing down.
Why is it critical to keep my digestive health healthy?
Your digestive tract impacts every aspect of your health and is the home of your largest microbiome. From nutrient processing to immune response, your gut is involved. When your digestive system gets backed up, and bad bacteria begin to flourish, toxins that are supposed to be excreted now start to be reabsorbed into the bloodstream. Key nutrient absorption is then blocked by old, dead matter. These are just a few of the reasons why it is critical to keep your movements … moving.
How do I know whether to take one or three capsules?
It would depend on how sluggish the system has become.
Should I increase my water consumption while taking Digestive Detox?Yes, 64 ounces of pure water daily.
Yes, 64 ounces of pure water daily.
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