When in doubt – flush it out, right Gwyneth? So Goop, her modern lifestyle site is promoting a DIY-style coffee enema. For those of you not in the know, a coffee enema is designed to ease constipation, help your body rid itself of toxins built-up in the liver, and aid in healing. Some people with cancer have found that it helped their recovery and this is why it may still be touted by many to this day. A coffee enema stimulates the body to produce its high-octane antioxidant named glutathione. The foundation upon which Goop touted the benefits of coffee enema is real but modern day medial wisdom cannot support it so they poo-poo it (very intentional pun). Nowadays, enemas are still used to prepare a patient for a procedure like a colonoscopy. For argument sake, the colon is the last place junk is stored before it leaves the body. Our nutritional content nowadays is grossly devoid of fiber and organic nutrients that facilitate the passing of ‘junk’ out of the temple. A coffee enema may be exactly what your body needs to shake the toxins out. I’m not mad at Gwyneth for promoting the DIY coffee enema. If done under safe conditions, it can replenish energy, mood, and pH in the system – why not? There’s a video explaining how to use this Gerson’s Kit , which includes an eBook. If you’re going to try it it without the guidance of a professional, arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible.
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