Our modern day lifestyle is filled with 6 big trouble makers. Trouble makers that are all around us and in everything we eat.

• White Flour & Wheat Flour
• White Sugar
• White Rice
• Refined, White, Iodized Salt
• Pasteurized Milk
• Stress

These culprits deplete the good bacteria in our gut.

In the absence of friendly bacteria, the unhealthy bacteria have a field day in our gut, causing chronic irritation, inflammation and eventually leading to a lot of little pinprick-style leaks in the very thin and delicate lining of our intestinal wall. A condition called Leaky Gut Syndrome.

A tiny leak can cause surprisingly big problems. A healthy gut is very selective about what gets passed into our body. But a leaky gut can release partially-digested and undigested food particles, bacteria, and toxins into our bloodstream. The soldier cells – WBC in your blood now perceive these particles as invaders and trigger a potentially exaggerated immune response. The onset of food allergies and auto immune disorders could be greatly attributed to a leaky gut.

If the damage to the lining of our gut is bad enough, and such substances regularly leak through it, the toxins get absorbed into your blood stream. This blood then reaches your liver to get filtered. When the liver gets overwhelmed with toxic overload, the blood leaves the liver unfiltered and continues its journey to other organs. Every organ that is glazed with toxin-laden blood gets infected, inflamed and diseases begin, thus wreaking havoc on your overall health.

If you complain of constant headaches, digestive issues (gas, bloating, heartburn, acidity, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome), joint pains, frequent colds with sore throat, or if you are battling diabetes (due to metabolic syndrome), arthritis, hypo/hyper – thyroidism, skin allergies, depression or mood swings, chances are you have a leaky gut. A comprehensive stool test for Bacterial Dysbiosis or even a blood test checking for IgG and IgA antibodies could reveal a chronic leaky gut syndrome.
Include healthy fats like coconut oil in your daily diet. 2 tablespoons of cold pressed virgin coconut oil after breakfast contributes to a lot of healing. Bone broth has been traditionally believed to heal a leaky gut. Rectal insufflation of Ozone (O3 or the super charged version of Oxygen) has been scientifically proven to be extremely effective to heal a leaky gut. Consuming plant based probiotics and fish oil as supplements are an important part of the healing process.
Your detox protocol should:
1. Unclog your colon.
2. Repair your gut lining
3. Replenish your gut with good bacteria to address the leaky gut syndrome.

Colonic Irrigation used to be the secret therapy for royalty since the 1600s to fix all gut-problems. Over the years ‘Colon Hydrotherapy’ as a procedure became a buzz word among the celebrities… with rapid increase in incidences of gut-problems it has finally become common knowledge. The uncommon knowledge: a thorough colon cleanse also rewards you with an admirable anti-aging perspective — physically, emotionally and mentally. Clinical experience shows that a regular detox (at least once a year) is a must, not just for those who are battling with disease, but also for those who are healthy, much like sending your car for annual servicing and maintenance.
Bottom line: Detox is no longer a privilege… it has become a necessity!