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About vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B6 aids energy production, fat and protein metabolism, and immune function. It plays a vital role in the health of nerve, muscle, and red blood cells and the production of DNA.
  • A high intake of vitamin B6, along with vitamin B12 and folate, may lower the risk of heart disease, probably because it helps control blood levels of homocysteine, an amino acid linked to heart problems. Higher levels of vitamin B6 are also associated with a reduced risk for breast cancer and, now, colorectal cancer.
  • Dietary sources of vitamin B6 include poultry, fish, meats, legumes, bananas, avocados, potatoes and sweet potatoes (with the skin on), walnuts, brown rice, wheat bran, whole grains, and fortified cereals.

The recommended dietary intake of vitamin B6 is 1.5 mg/day for women over age 50 (1.3 mg/day for women age 50 and under). Most multivitamins contain at least that much. Some experts recommend 3 mg/day in a multivitamin to help prevent heart disease; in the Harvard study, colorectal cancer protection started at 3.3 mg/day. If you want to get more vitamin B6, take it as a separate single supplement — don’t double up on your multivitamins. And don’t exceed the safe upper limit of 100 mg/day.

Dietary links we know about
Of all cancers, colorectal cancer seems most connected to diet, so it makes sense to investigate dietary components. There have been many studies looking at colorectal cancer in relation to single nutrients or foods, including dietary fats, red meat, fiber, vegetables and fruits, calcium, vitamin D, and antioxidants. But results have been mixed and sometimes disappointing, for several reasons. A nutrient or food usually takes a while to have an effect, yet most trials have been short. Also, studies haven’t taken into account the many interactions among foods in a complete diet. Even if you study a large population for a long time, it’s hard to separate the contributions of diet from other behavior that affects health. Even so, a few consistent messages have emerged:

 

  • Eating a lot of red and processed meats probably increases the risk of colorectal cancer.
  • Diets high in saturated fat and cholesterol may increase the risk.
  • Supplemental calcium and folic acid may reduce the risk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

How To Prepare For Colonic Irrigation NOW €90 not 120. NURSE TRAINED colonic hydrotherapist in Ballsbridge and Blanchardstown.

 

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How To Prepare For Colonic Irrigation | Dublin Vitality Center

 

How To Prepare For Colonic Irrigation NOW €90 not 120. NURSE TRAINED colonic hydrotherapist in Ballsbridge and Blanchardstown.
1. Fast for at least 2 hour in advance of your colonic irrigation treatment
2. Schedule your treatment on an day that you dont need to do very much. Because colonic irrigation exercises an involuntary muscle, you may feel very tired. Involuntary muscles require four times more energy than voluntary muscles.
3. Make sure you get to bed early after your colonic irrigation treatment as your body will need a good rest.
4. Prepare food which will easily move through the colon. The ideal foods to eat after colonic irrigation are vegetable soup, brown rice and vegetables, quinoa, fish and white meats.
5. Avoid the large amounts of heavy white carbohydrates such as white bread, white pasta and white rice.
6. Your colon drinks in water during the treatment so you will be very hydrated. Keep hydration levels optimal by drinking at least 2 litres of water per day. This will keep your bowel moving.
6. Consider having a food intolerance test to determine the cause of constipation, IBS and bloating.
7.You may not need to pass any matter for 2 days after your colonic irrigation treatment. This is quite normal. If the bowel does not return to normal function after this time, you may need more treatments.Since an estimated 70 - 80% of immune tissue resides in the colon, removing toxins through colonic irrigation can make a crucial difference to the treatment off cancers, heart disease and other related illnesses.

At Dublin Vitality Center, our colon hydrotherapists are internationally trained and registered with The International Association of Colon Hydrotherapists (IACT), which is the largest organisation in the world for the training and distribution of colonic irrigation products. Our therapists are also NURSE TRAINED and qualified in nutrition and exercise.

 

At Dublin Vitality Center, our colon hydrotherapists are internationally trained and registered with The International Association of Colon Hydrotherapists (IACT), which is the largest organisation in the world for the training and the only training recognised by the American Medical Board. We have 4 LEVELS of training and are the only Advanced trained IACT colon hydrotherapists in Ireland who are qualified to instructor and teach.

Foundation LEVEL certification - YES,

Intermediate LEVEL Certification - YES

 

Advanced LEVEL Certification - YES

 

INSTRUCTOR LEVEL - The only internationally certified colon hydrotherapy instructors in Ireland.

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Our therapists are also NURSE TRAINED and qualified in nutrition and exercise.

 

 

How To Prepare For Colonic Irrigation NOW €90 not 120. NURSE TRAINED colonic hydrotherapist in Ballsbridge and Blanchardstown.

 

 

 

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