1. Drink plenty of water
Proper Hydration is key to keeping the colon moving and preventing constipation. Your Colon is the last organ to absorb any of the water you drink. So be sure to drink plenty.
2. Get Daily Exercise
The Colon is the largest muscle in the body. A good fitness routine will help keep the colon strong and moving. Yoga and inversions are a great start.
3. Eat More Plants
Plant based diets rich in primarily fruits and veggies offer more hydration and fiber that keeps the colon clean of waste and byproduct.
4. Regular Colonics/Enemas
These treatments help to remove old waste from the wall of the colon, improving motility, immune health, digestion and absorption.
5. Manage Stress
Often times IBS is caused by Stress and Anxiety. The stress chemicals triggered in the brain cause the Gut to react poorly. Less stress less IBS!
6. Take Probiotics
Balancing the microbiome with the proper gut bacterias will help improve all Gut related issues and more.
7. Take Enzymes
Digestive Enzymes help to breakdown foods and improve your uptake of vitamins, minerals and nutrients.
8. Balance Root Chakra
Your Gut is regulated by your Root Chakra. By balancing this energy center and keeping yourself grounded you can improve your health both physically and energetically.
9. Do a Cleanse
Everyone can benefit from a thorough Cleanse including a cleansing diet protocol, herbs and cleansing treatments. A cleansing specialist like myself can help you cater this to your specific needs.