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(Okay, to be fair, we actually sell both–but they’re in entirely different categories. I’m not even going to link to them because I feel bad now.)
What does Garcinia Cambogia do?Garcinia Cambogia is well known as a “superfruit,” and is praised for its highly sought-after extract called Hydroxycitric Acid, or HCA–but it’s not in the colon cleanse business.
It was brought to the public light after some television doctors and health zealots talked about its benefits. HCA, though, only comes up in conversation when referred to as a “weight loss supplement” per scientific verbiage. Its primary uses are to help suppress your appetite and [possibly] increase the release or availability of serotonin in the brain. While the bulk of these Garcinia test methods are performed on persons with high Body Mass Indexes (BMIs), the benefits of this superfruit are pretty well attested. Garcinia has been identified in the last few years as a “potential supplement for weight management and… antiobesity agent“–but that’s it. I mean it’s great if you’re looking for weight management, but it’s not going to cleanse your colon.
How else do you cleanse the colon?There are several colon cleansing methods out there, but some are definitely gentler to your colon than others. Your intestines, both small and large, are addressed in a different way–a way that Garcinia can’t touch. When you are looking to cleanse the colon, you are tackling a few issues:
1. The “push” of your intestines (peristalsis). 2. The build-up on your intestinal walls. 3. The consistency (hardness/softness) of your stool. 4. The amount of liquid passed to soften the tool (and become chyme).All of these reasons, and more, can be addressed by a healthy, herbal colon cleanse. You may have trouble with bowel movement infrequency and choose a gentle detox; or you may have hard or painful bowel movements and are looking for a gentle cleanse.