Getting to a Flatter Tummy with Colon Hydrotherapy
Sometimes It Gets Worse Before It Gets Better
But can you get a flatter tummy with colon hydrotherapy?
Stella (name has been changed) came in the other day and had her first colonic. She had a very good session for a first timer––meaning a lot of waste was released. Later in the day she texted me that she felt a bit sore in the tummy, like a slight gas cramp feeling.
I recommended eating light, easy-to-digest foods, such as soups, steamed rice and vegetables and/or fruits, juices or smoothies.
I also always recommend that one take a good probiotic for 30 days after any colon hydrotherapy cleansing.
The next morning Stella reported that the gas was gone and her stomach was “flat as a board.”
The Colonic Process: Minimizing Discomfort
The reason this type of thing happens is that the waste that the body has been holding onto for a long time is being dislodged. As things get stirred up you can feel quite gassy as old waste, toxins, and gasses are making their way out of the body. It usually resolves within 24-48 hours.
When you come in for your first colonic, you are starting a process that takes time. We recommend 3-10 sessions for the first timer. If you do your first 3 sessions within one week and eat according to the dietary guidelines I provide, it will minimize gas and discomfort and get you on the road to feeling great in a short period of time.
Did you know? Your colon is approximately 5.5 feet long. It can hold between 5-40 lbs. of old waste matter!
If you want to get rid of that old waste matter and start feeling better (and flatter!), book an appointment today! We’re here to help you revitalize, re-energize, and improve your health!
About Cindy Fulsom
Cindy Fulsom, CNC, I-ACT, certified colon hydrotherapist and nutritionist, has spent over 20 years in the holistic healing field, and has given colonics to hundreds of men and women in the Los Angeles area. She avidly follows advances and breakthroughs in both conventional and alternative health modalities, and researching products and services to keep her practice alive and evolving.