Colon Cleansing

Tips to improve constipation symptoms

  If you've been experiencing digestive problems, you may want to take an herbal colon cleansing supplement such as Intra Cleanse from Herbal Groups, to help cleanse the bowel. Constipation is a common thing people complain about when they are discussing their colon health, and there are many ways to avoid this problem. For example, […] [...more]

Overweight? You may want to get your colon checked

  Herbal colon cleansing products, such as Intra Cleanse from Herbal Groups, may help you lose weight. This is particularly important for colon health, considering that a recent study published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology showed that overweight and obese individuals may have a higher risk of colon polyps, known as adenomas. "Because there […] [...more]

Where you get your colonoscopy may make a difference

  Most people don't look forward to getting a colonoscopy, but just like taking an herbal colon-cleansing supplement, it's something you do to boost your health. Recently, a study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology found that people who get screened for colon cancer are less likely to end up dying of the disease, […] [...more]

Diabetics may need to get their colons checked earlier

  If you have diabetes, you may want to talk to your doctor about taking an herbal colon cleansing supplement to boost the health of your colon. According to a recent study from researchers at Washington University, individuals with type 2 diabetes may need to start colorectal screening at an earlier age than individuals without […] [...more]

A less invasive way to check your colon health

  Many people avoid getting their colon checked by the doctor because of the uncomfortable nature of a colonoscopy, particularly the laxatives that you have to take beforehand. While taking an herbal colon cleansing supplement and eating fiber-rich foods may help you boost your colon health, you'll need to get a colonoscopy to ensure that […] [...more]

Eat fish for better colon health

  If you're concerned about the health of your colon, there are many things that you can do to try and improve it. For example, researchers from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School recently found that consuming fish may be good for this part of the body. You […] [...more]

Multivitamins and supplements may help lower risk of colon cancer

A recent study published in the Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (CJPP) suggests that regular use of multivitamins and herbal diet supplements may lower the risk of developing colon cancer. Researchers studied the effects of vitamins and mineral supplements on rats that were fed a high-fat diet over a period of 32 weeks. The […] [...more]

New study aims to perfect non-invasive technology for colon cancer screening

Researchers at University Hospitals (UH) Case Medical Center's Seidman Cancer Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine are looking to recruit roughly 1,600 participants to help develop and test the effectiveness of a new, non-invasive technology known as stool DNA (sDNA) testing for colon cancer and polyp screening. The technique is a recommended […] [...more]

Studies have shown that oral hygiene may be linked to colon health

In March, during a speaking engagement for Colon Cancer Awareness Month, James Bramson, D.D.S., chief dental officer for United Concordia Dental, highlighted the role that good oral hygiene plays in maintaining proper colon health. Bramson talked about a recent study from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Broad Institute in America that both found high amounts […] [...more]

Swedish doctors live broadcast colonoscopy

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, meaning there's no better time to start thinking about colon health. An herbal colon cleansing supplement may play a useful role in improving colon health, along with proper diet and exercise. Additionally, the National Institutes of Health recommend that people over the age of 50 receive routine colonoscopies. These […] [...more]