Bowtrol Colon Cleanse - Reliable Solution in Optimizing Your Digestion and Preventing Constipation

Constipation is among the most common disorders that we face in everyday life. But unlike other negative conditions such as headache, nausea, muscle pain, etc., it is interesting to note how constipation is something that we cannot bluntly tell to people, as perhaps anything that has to do with problems on the digestive system sounds embarrassing. And because people don't talk much about it, they neither learn nor share ways on how to solve it. Read below and find out more about ways to take care of our digestive system, especially on what we call Bowtrol Colon Cleanse.

People can only be enlightened on constipation if they will become aware of how the process of digestion goes, and how the disorder gets in the process. After having our meal, the food we have chewed will further be processed in the esophagus and much further in the stomach where gastric juices that can strongly break down solid food are generated. The stomach then will pass semi-solid, semi-liquid food down to the small intestine where all the nutrients needed by the body will be absorbed. The small intestine then will deliver waste substances to the colon, where liquids will be cut off to give way to the production of feces.

Constipation comes in when the colon strips off much liquid from the feces, so when the time comes for feces to leave the body, they become so hard and difficult to expel. There are a number of ways that we can do to get rid of constipation, on top of them is to eat food that have high fiber content, and to take supplements the can optimize the workings of the colon. Products like Bowtrol Colon Cleanse are great supplements to eliminate the feeling of bloatedness, and sluggishness that constipation causes. Bowtrol Colon Cleanse expel the toxins in the colon which in turn smoothen the flow of the whole digestive process.

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Colon Cleansing For Protection Against Colon Cancer

This is a subject close to my heart as my father died from colon cancer thirteen years ago along with thousands of others each and every year. Because of this my whole family has become very aware how devastating this disease can be, and so have looked for ways of improving the health of the colon and colon cleansing is a great way of helping.

Colon cleansing works at ridding toxins from the colon. Whatever food we eat is eventually processed through the colon as faeces, and this needs to be excreted at least once a day. Problems can often arise when toxins are allowed to build up and is common when constipation is a regular occurrence and leads to a 'back up' of waste matter and toxins remaining in your colon. Unfortunately these toxins can form polyps that could lead to colon cancer.

Eating more fruit and vegetable fibre in your diet can really help with regular bowel movements, but colon cleansing can be particularly good when you want fast relief and has a good proven track of results. Colon cleansing not only aids in flushing excess toxins and waste out of your colon but helps reduce constipation and the effects of irritable bowel syndrome.

Not only this but colon cleansing helps by destroying parasites and bacteria that feed on your body. An extra benefit is weight loss, its amazing how much that clogged waste amounts up to and you lose that bloated feeling too.

Knowing the tell tale signs of problems relating to colon cancer is a must, the warning signs are:

1) Blood in the stools.
2) A change in bowel regularity and narrower stools.
3) Constipation and cramps and bloating.
4) Irritable bowel syndrome.
5) Lack of energy or constant fatigue.

If you become aware of any of these symptoms consult your doctor, nine times out of ten these are completely innocent but better not to leave it to chance. Colon cleansing is good way of ridding toxins and waste from your body but should not be used instead of a healthy lifestyle or diet, but used to compliment and together keep your colon healthy, with less stress from toxins.

An important fact on colon cleansing and bowel movements is that it differs with each individual. Those who have fewer bowel movements are at a higher risk of their digestive systems harboring materials that will allow pathogenic organisms to thrive and so colon cleansing is a very helpful tool to alleviate this.

Another important thing to keep your colon healthy is to drink plenty of fluids, essential for a healthy digestive system and ease of bowel movements. Take regular exercise daily, needs only to be a brisk walk as movement of any kind is good for the bowel and aids the passing of waste.

Increase your daily intake of fibre from fruit and vegetables. Try to cut out fatty foods and limit your amount of alcohol. If there has been any colon cancer in your family make sure you are on a program for regular checks with your doctor, we were told it is not genetic but that family clusters do occur.

I now have a colonoscopy every five years, and this was one of the things that highlighted colon cleansing to us, as obviously before the procedure the whole colon has to be cleansed. Colon cleansing along with a healthy lifestyle yields a healthy colon and healthy body alike.

Be sure to check for potential warning signs regarding your colon, and if you notice a change just write it down so you have a record for your doctor.

We have always been interested in health issues especially since having children, and as with most people, we all suffer with some type of ailment. We are always researching on more and more topics in the endless task of gaining more knowledge to increase our expertise, benefiting ourselves and other people alike. With the help of experts and ordinary people like you and me we stride to expose the secrets of our natural planet

Sandra & Ted

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Cancerous Mole

If you're like thousands of other people around the world, you probably have a mole somewhere on your body. Many moles come either right at birth or immediately following and they are congenital nevus.

There are blue moles, raised moles, moles that are only on the surface of the skin, called junctional moles, moles on the dermis called dermal nevus and moles that have connections to both the epidermis and dermis, called compound nevus. Moles can be brown, black, blue, red, and translucent or flesh tone.

They are large, small, symmetrical and asymmetrical. The can be benign moles or cancerous moles. The problem with all this is that some benign moles have a tendency to become cancerous moles. When a mole shows traits that include a regular border, consistent color, smooth edges, distinct edges and grow larger, they change from common nevus to dysplastic nevi or atypical moles.

These types of moles tend to be the ones that develop into melanoma, cancer. If you checked everyone in the world, you'd find that 5 percent of the people have this type of mole. If you checked people with skin cancer, you'd find that 30 percent of that population had dysplastic nevi. The surface of these moles may even feel "pebbly" or be scaly.

Genetics plays an important role in the development of dysplastic nevi. If your parents had a lot of atypical moles, the chance of you having them also occurs. This may come from the amount of melanin in the skin or the genetic code for the basic cell structure.

Age also plays a role in the development of dysplastic nevi. Things never work as well when you're old as they did when you were younger, and this is true of the skin cells.

Exposure to sunlight is another cause of atypical moles that tend to develop into skin cancer. While the exact reason is yet unknown, it's hypothesized that excessive UV rays changes the cellular structure. Scientists already know that it causes premature aging of the skin and damage. There is some evidence that lead scientists to this conclusion without ever having to know the inner working of the sun on the skin cell changes. The first is that unexposed areas, like the rump, seldom have dysplastic nevi.

Secondly, groups of people with more melanin, darker skinned people, usually have fewer moles. The extra melanin deflects the sun's UV rays. Finally, scientists can draw a conclusion that the sun affects the melanin, the substance in moles, by looking at freckles. The more sun exposure some people have, the more freckles they get.

So, what do you do to insure that you don't have a cancerous mole? First, if you have a history of skin cancer in your family and a lot of moles, you might want to see a skin specialist. Look for signs that indicate changes in the mole. The signs include a change in the border, the size of the mole, the development of blotchy coloring or change color, change in the border or bleeding. Most melanomas are actually new moles on areas that had no mole prior. The edges are frequently jagged and irregular. Change and bleeding are the key words to remember for cancerous moles.

If you're uncertain about a mole, never postpone a visit to the dermatologist until you're certain. Melanoma is a fast spreading cancer and the sooner you identify it, the easier it is to cure.
By Matt Petigrew

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