Hi, Danny. We’ll be happy to help. Yes, we offer Diet Option #2 for the 6-day advanced colon cleanse which can be accessed through the following link: https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/colon-cleanse-kit.html#instructions. You’ll notice that this option includes a small portion of fruits followed by a plant-based meal for lunch and dinner, and nuts and seeds may be eaten as a snack. Bear in mind that although this is not a meal plan, we provide a list of foods that will help everyone achieve best results. Should you require or follow a special diet, we suggest contacting your healthcare provider for advice. Overall, the dietary options are open and flexible to your needs.


Improves concentration: An unhealthy diet can lead to poor absorption of important vitamins and nutrients that may cause you to become distracted and lose concentration much easier. Cleansing the colon with a healthy detox can be the difference between feeling alert and not being able to focus, affecting your work, relationships, and your overall health.
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I recommend a summer and winter liver and blood cleaning and a fall and spring intestinal cleansing combined with a heavy metal detox. Alternating these cleansing programs promotes optimal wellness and vitality throughout the entire body, plus offsets disease and signs of aging. If it helps get you in the mood, think of these as seasonal cleanses: summer, spring, winter, and fall.
I have suffered with IBS for approximately 20 years, I’ve managed it through diet and cutting down on alcahol and spicy foods. In the past few years I’ve been treated for Diverticulitus (3 times) and just finished medication. II’ve undergone all the tests going and I’m keen to learn more about how to keep your bowel healthy, so any information will be apprciated.

Just a note to tell you that I found Ms. Galivan’s comments truly offensive and misleading. Clearly, she knows nothing about UNI KEY nor the mission of the founder who is a stage IV cancer survivor. I hope this poster is aware that there is a free of charge FB page in which expert advice is generously given on a variety of non-UNI KEY product issues and concerns. NOBODY in the business offers this type of service. I think Galivan’s comments were very out of line. What good is identifying an issue without providing the solution, for heaven’s sake? As a nutritional professional myself, I would never recommend a product with 50 billion CFUs which is a recipe for constipation if ever there was one. In addition, I would never have the gall to post the name of a competing product on UNI KEY’s site, either. How rude and spiteful.
There are amazing benefits to being regular. When you do a colon cleanse then repopulate your microbiome with a good probiotic, you will flush all that old waste out and your digestive health will improve. You’ll fight off common illnesses, have a lot more energy, and best of all, boost your metabolism to burn fat and shed more pounds. Your vitamin, mineral and nutrient absorption will skyrocket and you’ll feel the difference – you won’t feel run down all the time. Your moods will be better and your memory sharper. Isn’t it time to purge all that old waste from your body and get started feeling better and burning fat?
It should be noted that the medical community probably has more trouble with the concept of detoxing than with any other aspect of alternative health and is frequently attacking it. Back in 2009, for example, a report by Voice of Young Science blasted detoxing and found it to be largely nonsense. But in fact, as I explained at the time, the report, was itself largely nonsense. The researchers chose the widest definition possible for detoxing including detox shampoos and spa therapies in their analysis, and they used very little science to back their claims--mostly personal opinion. The one valid point they did make is that the word "detox" has become so widely used that it has lost much of its meaning. That is true, and that's why I always clarify what kind of detoxing I'm referring to such as: Comparison of colon-cleansing methods in preparation for colonoscopy
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