Body cleansing or detoxification are becoming increasingly established treatments. Many people fast at least once every year. The objective is usually a detoxification of the organs such as the liver, so all functions can continue to be performed properly. The body creates quite a few toxins during the metabolism process and these are secreted via the urine or through the colon.
However, not everything is being removed from the body. The remaining waste material is left behind in the intestines in the form of bacteria or it is stored in the liver.
Nothing wrong with that. The normal course of events. However, due to our current living conditions, too much and unhealthy food, not enough exercise, too much stress and an increasing number of toxins that are ingested through pollution, the toxin levels in our body also increase exponentially. This is the main reason why detoxification and body cleansing is necessary.
The cleansing qualities of Aloe Vera Body cleansing or detoxification in itself is of course not enough to live a healthy lifestyle. In combination with enough physical exercise, healthy eating habits and ingesting natural medication that contributes to a thorough cleansing or detoxification of the body. One of these medications is Aloe Vera which can be found in nature. It is one of the most purifying and healing natural products known to man. It has beneficial effects on the intestines, the skin and the liver.
Restoring the intestinal flora Intestinal flora is micro-organisms that live in your stomach and your intestines. The human body is home to between 100 and 600 different types of bacteria. Most of these can be found in the colon and are anaerobic, i.e. they live without oxygen. This ultimately leads to 100 million bacteria in the intestinal flora in the human body with a collective weight of about one to one and a half kilograms.
The intestinal flora breaks down material and substances that are not broken down by our own system. Additionally, they are responsible for the synthesis of certain essential substances like vitamin K. The intake of toxins in our body can disrupt the balance in our intestinal flora.
There are many treatments you can use to help restore your intestinal flora such as colon cleansing, colon hydrotherapy, enemas. You can also opt for natural medication or cleanses, products that will not harm your body, i.e. increase the levels of toxins in your body, but rather help your body recover its natural balance.