Cell Detox Versus Colon Cleanse: Is It Really Better?

Our body receives toxins every day. Toxins are found in the processed foods we eat, the air we breathe, and even the water we drink. When these accumulate in the body, they can cause a variety of health problems including aches, pains, and illnesses. Some doctors suggest that these diseases are actually cellular dysfunctions. Research indicates that about 95% of diseases are caused directly by cellular toxicities and cellular failure.

So how did our bodies get deformed in terms of health and toxicity? It is suggested that we start this vicious cycle shortly after birth, with all the vaccinations taking place early in our lives. From there, we feed the toxins with nutrient-deficient diets, food and environmental pollutants, chemicals in the water, toxins in the air, and contact with toxins in household items like cosmetics, cleaners, or even soaps and toothpastes.

When these toxins accumulate in the intestines, liver, tissues, blood, and cells, essential nutrients cannot be absorbed or penetrate through the cell membrane. This inhibits the cell from maintaining normal functionality and eliminating waste, making toxicity progressively worse. These toxins will begin to reflect throughout the body as weakness, lethargy, pain, and even illness.

When it comes to alleviating these problems, many people turn to colon cleansing. Colon cleansing systems often contain enzymes, fibers, or laxatives. Colon cleanses are believed to be able to cleanse the large intestine and remove waste that builds up in the intestine. However, these systems have no way of restoring healthy cell function or ensuring that toxins are not reintroduced into the gut.

Cell detox is different from a cleanse, because it removes toxins from your body. Unfortunately, many people suffer from detox symptoms, which are very similar to those of the flu, as their cells and body are actually being cleansed of toxins. As toxins are released from the cell, it is important to supplement the body with nutrients to ensure that cell function is restored. During a cell cleanse, the removal of debris also occurs. Many cell cleaners bind toxins to ensure that there is no recirculation of these harmful toxins in the body.

A colon cleanse is, as the name suggests, a cleanse. You remove waste from the large intestine with cleaning, but it does little to replenish nutrients or ensure toxins are safely removed from the body. A cellular detox penetrates deep into cells to heal at the source and restore health at the cellular level.