Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse™
Uses oxygen to clean the intestinal tract and colon, to break up and loosen intestinal buildup that accumulate in the body of unwanted waste and toxic substances. Oxygen is a natural detoxifier and Vita Oxy Bowel Cleanse works by releasing oxygen into the intestinal tract, kidneys and bladder and colon cleanse the body, this is important because a clean digestive tract is the beginning of optimal health.
Benefits of Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse
- VitaSupreme’s Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse ELIMINATES CONSTIPATION! And is the ultimate oxygenating Digestive System Cleanse gentle on your system with maximum detox benefits in an easy to take capsule form.
- Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse is a combination of magnesium oxide compounds which have been ozonated and stabilized to release singlet oxygen over 12 hours or more.
- More than just a stool softener, Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse releases oxygen that travels the digestive tract supporting healthy bacteria. Food and waste can build up in the intestinal tract and colon which can be a perfect breeding ground for harmful bacteria that a cleansing supplement can assist with.
- Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse works to break down and clean the digestive track and remove old debris and target the harmful bacteria. Magnesium works to soften the intestinal build up and remove unwanted waste
- Benefits of Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse include full digestive cleanse, body detoxification, relief of occasional constipation, oxygen support, and creating a healthy probiotic environment in an easy to use capsule form with 60 capsules total.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
VitaSupreme’s Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse is a unique supplement that uses a proprietary process & formulation of ozonated magnesium oxide compounds that gently cleanses the digestive system while slowly releasing oxygen.
What is Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse
A Standout Product in the Cleanse and Detox Category, Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse is a unique and effective overnight cleanse, that uses a proprietary process & formulation of oxygen and magnesium, to gently cleanse the digestive system. On the market since 2004, Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse is used by over a million people worldwide and is recommended by many leading health & wellness experts, nutritionists, athletes and doctors.
Unlike other digestive cleansers, Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse releases oxygen that travels the digestive tract supporting a healthy gut balance. Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse is easy on the body, and will not cause gas, cramping or bloating.
Vita Oxy Colon Cleanses the Digestive System
Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse offers a tremendous first step for any health and wellness goals. Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse continues to help consumers rid their digestive system of unwanted waste while creating an oxygen rich environment. And last but not least, Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse continues to help countless people strive towards a healthier lifestyle.
How Does Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse Work?
Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse, when taken as directed, begins to slowly release oxygen throughout the digestive system. Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse works to break down and remove intestinal debris, helping to create a balanced, healthy gut. Through its unique and gentle formulation, Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse also works to break down intestinal build up and remove unwanted waste leading to an easy overnight cleanse.
Why You Should Use Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse?
With many years of experience in the marketplace and trusted by million’s worldwide, Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse is an important part of any diet and wellness goal. Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse is simple and easy to use, all natural and gentle and effective, with no gas, bloating or cramps.
Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse Can Help You Create a Clean and Healthy Inside
Over time waste materials accumulate and build up in the intestinal tract and colon. This can lead to an unhealthy balance in the digestive system of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. The Vita Oxy Colon Cleanse proprietary cleansing and oxygen effects can help to break down and remove the unwanted buildup of waste and constipation, helping to create a healthier and happier inside.
Side Effects of Constipation
It’s not exactly dinner conversation, but constipation is something that you and I should really talk about.
After all, 63 million Americans report having sluggish bowels. So, chances are that you, or somebody you know and care about may be having problems in the poop department!
Furthermore, constipation isn’t merely a painful inconvenience. It can impact many areas of your health and wellbeing, sometimes in very surprising ways.
Find out five of the top, unexpected side effects of constipation, and how you can take action today to get your bowels back in good working order!Constipation Can Cause Headaches
Headaches can be caused by many things, and experts have now added constipation to the list of possible causal factors.
Why? The first possible reason is stress. Being able to poop properly is a basic human function that’s very easy to take for granted...until it’s taken away from you.
The pain, inconvenience, worry and pressure of being constipated - and feeling your insides continue to fill up, block and bloat - can truly cause a lot of stress. This anxiety can in turn trigger tension headaches.
Also, a very common cause of constipation is dehydration. Your bowels need a sufficient supply of water to produce soft stools. When you’re not drinking enough water, fecal matter can become dry and compacted, creating the hard ‘pellets’ of poop that are common with constipation.
In this case, while the constipation does not directly cause headaches, the associated dehydration can. So, by drinking more water, you may get a twofold relief from constipation and headaches!
Lastly, there is some evidence that headaches may be induced from toxin buildup during constipation. Your bowels are a major outlet for your body to eliminate toxic materials; if this waste is idling for longer than it should, it may be reabsorbed back into the body and trigger headaches.
Constipation Can Cause Breakouts!
Experts acknowledge the link between what happens in our gut and what shows up on our skin.
Fundamentally, constipation can be a sign that your inner ecosystem of gut flora is a little strained. And when our friendly flora isn’t in tip-top condition, it can manifest with more than just constipation. Ultimately, your skin can suffer too.
Skin conditions such as puffiness, acne, dark circles under the eyes and even rashes can all stem from internal gut issues.
Remember also that the skin is your body’s largest organ and does perform some functions of elimination. Therefore, toxins that enter through the body through unhealthy foods, or accumulate during constipation, can cause zits and other blemishes.
So, if your body can’t get rid of toxins via the normal route (i.e. the bowels), it may break out via your skin instead!
Constipation Can Make You Lose Your Appetite
It is common for many people with constipation to lose their appetite.
But please let it be known that this is not an effective weight-loss strategy!
(Besides, constipation often causes a bloated and distended abdomen, which probably doesn’t go hand-in-hand with the goals of dieting!)
The type of appetite loss that accompanies chronic constipation is not a pleasant form of hunger suppression. Rather, it is a pervasive malaise that makes eating food feel like a total ‘turn off’ and real effort. Kind of like that weak, ‘off-food’ feeling you get after being sick - it’s not a vitalizing experience!
You see, the digestive system is a finely-tuned, well-honed machine of interconnecting parts that is constantly feeding messages back to the brain and your organs. Every time you eat a meal, special nerves that line the inside of your stomach are stretched, which triggers something called a mass movement.
A mass movement?! “What Is THAT?”
Well, have you ever noticed that, often, you feel the urge to poo within half an hour of eating a big meal? That is the magic of a mass movement in action! As you eat, nerves in your stomach stretch and neuronal signals are sent to your bowels to say,
“Hey down there! We’ve got another load coming through - it’s time to move things along.”
Your intestines are designed to respond by propelling food further through your digestive tract, hence the need to visit the toilet.
With constipation, this feedback loop is interrupted. Instead of clearing space, your brain and stomach get signals that things are backed up. Just like any production line, it’s inefficient to keep adding more into the mix until congestion has cleared.
In other words, your body can shut down the urge to eat (i.e. put more in) until it’s taken care of the other side of the equation (i.e. what’s going out).Constipation Can Give You Hemorrhoids
Constipation is typified by a straining sensation when you attempt a bowel movement.
Just like any muscle that is trying to carry a workload that is heavier than its capacity, there’s going to be some wear and tear.
The length of our intestines is covered by smooth muscle fibers that propel food and waste along our digestive tract. When these muscles are put under pressure (such as during prolonged constipation), they also exert extra force on the veins which line the rectum.
During constipation, these veins can be stretched beyond their normal capacity, so that they are no longer able to hold their shape and integrity. Sometimes this is to the extent that they no longer stay within the internal cavity and protrude from the anus. This can be uncomfortable, indeed!Can Constipation Give You Bad Breath?
According to one Danish study, yes.
This research showed that almost one quarter of bad breath may be attributed to constipation! Other reports indicate that people with constipation commonly notice a bad taste in the mouth or recurrent episodes of bad breath.
The reasons for this association are not completely clear. However, one theory is that constipation may lead to the proliferation of toxic gut bacteria, which produce malodorous gases. Kind of weird to think of these gases floating up into your mouth, right?