Prepare for a Colonic We have the following suggestions for clients that want their session to be successful and comfortable. For at least 2-3 days before the session: Water is a fluid that is part of your immune system, which helps you fight off illness. Your body needs water to digest your food and get rid of waste. Drink 3-4 liters of fluids (water, fresh juice, herbal tea) daily. This will help to soften your stool. DO NOT substitute coffee or soda! These caffeinated drinks have the oppostie effect. And...if you are particularly constipated or dehydrated, take an enema or herbal laxative the night before your session. Avoid drinking or eating anything 2 hours prior to your appointment.
Organic free-range chicken,
turkey, lamb, wild fish (tilapia, halibut, salmon, trout, mackerel and other low-mercury fish), RAW nuts and seeds*, nut butters (except peanut), avocado, lentils*, beans*, split
peas*, and hummus*
Broccoli*, beets, yams, cauliflower*, kale, chard, mustard and collard greens, asparagus, cabbage*, brussel sprouts*, jicama, celery, carrots, cucumber, snow peas, leeks, green beans, zucchini squash, spinach, lettuce, mixed greens, sea vegetables (dulse, nori, kombu, wakame)
Brown rice, quinoa, amaranth, millet, buckwheat, tapioca, oats
Berries, apple, banana, kiwi, apricot, mango, pineapple, cherries, papaya, melon, pear, peach, plum, grapefruit, orange, coconut meat
Coconut, olive, sesame, walnut, pumpkin. Coconut is the best to use when heating at high temperatures.
Kefir, goat yogurt, cultured raw vegetables, miso
Stevia, agave nectar, honey, molasses
Potassium broth, soups, aloe vera, Braggs liquid aminos, sea salt, herbal teas, fresh juices, smoothies, nut and rice milks