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The Best Colon Cleanse for a Full and Natural Body Detox

The Best Colon Cleanse for a Full and Natural Body Detox

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you are surely familiar with the idea of a colon cleanse. It’s quite the fad; you see it in fitness mags, and celebrities also seem to be in on it. If this really works, then what is the best colon cleanse product or recipe on the market?


Do You Need a Colon Cleanse?

We don’t blame you If you’re skeptical about colon cleansing as a practice. It’s so commercialized that it’s easy to dismiss the whole concept as just another money-making gimmick for an already billion-dollar industry. However, we do encourage readers to look at the science. We certainly don’t deny that supplement makers and so-called health gurus are milking the concept, but please dig a little further to learn more on the subject.

We recommend reading our natural colon cleanse article where we explain in depth why periodic cleansing is necessary. In essence, unless you live in an unindustrialized part of the world and consume organic foods 100 percent of the time, you need a colon cleanse. If you constantly feel lethargic, have constipation or experience brain fog, then you need a cleanse for sure.

READ MORE: Natural Colon Cleanse: Why Is Cleansing Necessary?

Identifying the Best Natural Colon Cleanse

Notice that we said “natural.” Anything that contains preservatives or additives is automatically disqualified from our qualification. Let’s start with home-brewed recipes. After all, colon cleanse juice and smoothie recipes are everywhere. You see them in magazines, in holistic health blogs and even in transcribed celebrity interviews. There is no single recipe that constitutes the best colon cleanse drink. Homemade cleansers meet our criteria as long as they contain (or don’t contain) the following:
  • All-natural and non-GMO ingredients
  • Ingredients scientifically proven to assist the colon or digestive system
  • No artificial ingredients, such as high-fructose corn syrup or food dye

We want to touch on the second point a little bit. What are some examples of ingredients with strong scientific evidence? Here are a few food items that fit this criteria, so you don’t have to waste hours doing your own research.

The Best Colon Cleanse Ingredients

Cascara Sagrada: This is a plant species long known for its ability to relieve constipation. In essence, it’s nature’s laxative. The plant contains a compound known as anthraquinone, which studies show is effective against chronic constipation.

Bentonite Clay: Yes, clay is edible, and it’s effective as a liver detox. Studies show it’s particularly effective at eliminating harmful and cancer-inducing alfatoxins.
Aloe Ferox: This is very similar to aloe vera and belongs to the same plant genus. A study revealed that aloe ferox relieves constipation in rats.

Slippery Elm: This is a form of sap found past the bark of the slippery elm tree. Studies show that elm relieves irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and induces more bowel movements.

The best natural colon cleanse recipe is by no means limited to these ingredients. Feel free to give the drink an extra nutritional kick by adding other natural superfoods. You may also notice that most of the listed ingredients are proven constipation relievers. Having more bowel movements is one of the ways the body removes toxins. The poop that comes out your rectum contains more than just last night’s lunch and dinner. It also contains toxins in the form of metals, alfatoxins and other harmful endocrine disruptors.

What About the Best Colon Cleanse Supplement?

If using a colon cleanse in tablet form, then the same rule applies. Of course, you don’t exactly have control over what manufacturers put in their supplements. You exercise control by being a selective consumer. If you read some of our past posts, then you know we abide by the golden rule of “natural only” when it comes to supplementation. Supplements are especially notorious for containing fillers, which is really just an excuse to use less of the more expensive active ingredients.

On the bottle, the ingredients list should be minimal, with just a handful of active ingredients -- like the ones we listed -- and no inactive substances (or one or two at the most). It’s actually ironic for a colon cleanse supplement to contain unnatural additives. The product is designed to clean and flush your colon.

Yet, it potentially contains traces of harmful residues that require your body to need a cleanse in the first place. This isn’t just conjecture or conspiracy theory on our end. Studies actually found the majority of lower-grade supplements to contain toxins, such as led, arsenic and inorganic minerals. Several detox supplements were even found to contain aluminum!

Enter zuPOO


We would be hypocrites if we discussed the importance of all-natural yet peddled a product that was anything but such. zuPOO meets all the parameters of a best natural colon cleanse product.

Every ingredient is proven under independent research, and there are zero inactive ingredients. If you feel weighed down, both in body and mind, then we reckon that your body is teeming with years of accumulated toxins. Whether you take Digestive Refresh or make your own natural drink recipe, you owe it to yourself to clean out your system.

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