Friday, April 10, 2020

Bowmar Nutrition Pre Workout 2.0

The day is finally here for us to talk about the new preworkout formula that we have been working on since late last summer!



The new pre workout launches IS NOW AVAILABLE. I wanted to touch on some high level points about what sets this formula apart from our current formula as well as answer some FAQs that we have been seeing over the last few days

FAQS:
1: This formula is an improvement on our current formula, there is nothing wrong with what we have now and we will continue to sell it until our inventory runs out. Our original formula is amazing and we have had tens of thousands of happy customers use it and love it
2: We will be offering our new formula in all of our current flavors this year (not right at launch)
3: We will be launching 2 stimulant based flavors today (watermelon and blackberry) and a non stimulant based flavor (lemonade). The non stimulant formula is caffeine and stimulant free
4: You can pair the current formula with the new formula (1 scoop stim mixed with 1 scoop non stim in any combination)
5: This is simply an improvement- this is an ever changing and ever evolving industry with new research and new ingredients. We love improving our products if and when we feel they can be and we know everyone will absolutely love this new formula
6: The tub size is also different and the price will be reflective of that
7: We will have samples of all flavors in the coming months

High level ingredient notes:
I won't be covering every single ingredient because this blog post would go on forever but I wanted to note some differences if you have tried our current formula versus the changes in the new formula
1: Removal of beta alanine- no more itchiness or tingles
2: Reduced the caffeine per scoop so now using 2 scoops will give you the same caffeine intake as 1 scoop of the current formula but with double the other active ingredients (in the stimulant version)
3: Addition of citrapeak- this is an exclusive ingredient that only we have access to for the next 90 days. Of all the ingredients and formulas of pre workout we have tried over the last decade- we can confidently say you will not get pumps like this from anywhere else; to read more, click here
4: Removal of citrulline malate and replaced with l-citrulline  in order to improve performance, reduce fatigue, and reduce muscle soreness

As always, our labels are open labels which means no blends (without letting you know exactly how much of ingredient is in the blend). We list all ingredients with all dosages unlike many competitors. We also use clinical dosages of all ingredients


Tuesday, March 24, 2020

SHARP: BOWMAR NUTRITION NOOTROPIC

This last week, we announced our newest product line: SHARP
This launches on March 27th at noon eastern!



It is a powerful nootropic (powder) designed to improve mental clarity, improve mental focus, enhance concentration, and help support healthy brain function- think of SHARP as brain food!

I wanted to break down our ingredients and then compare SHARP to 2 other products that have been highly requested to compare it to (all in the effort to educate our consumers in making the most appropriate decision on what product is right for them and why, if they are using one of the competitor's, they should switch)

SHARP ingredients- 1 scoop (10.1g):
L-Citrulline 2000mg
Betaine Anhydrous 1500mg
L-Tyrosine 1250mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine HCI 1000mg
Taurine 1000mg
Alpha GPC 250mg
KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Extract 150mg
Caffeine 75mg

L-Citrulline


Citrulline may increase nitric oxide levels according to recent research. Nitric oxide is a molecular compound that is primarily involved in helping cells transmit signals, allowing for intercellular communication. Nitric oxide also plays a role in supporting circulation, further contributing to citrulline’s other potential effects on blood flow. Nitric oxide may help to promote cardiovascular health and support your immune system
Betaine Anhydrous
A form of betaine called betaine anhydrous helps in the metabolism of homocysteine, a chemical involved in the normal function of many different parts of the body, including blood, bones, eyes, heart, nerves, and the brain
L-Tyrosine
Tyrosine is used to improve alertness, attention, and focus on top of improving brain chemicals that help nerve cells communicate and may regulate mood
Acetyl L-Carnitine HCI
Improves physical function and may improvement function in people with poor brain function due to liver failure
Taurine
Taurine stimulates new brain cell formation, providing a potential source for replacement of aging, damaged brain cells. Taurine supplementation may slow or prevent Alzheimer's disease by effects on toxic beta amyloid proteins, and also by improving blood sugar control
Alpha GPC
Supports a role for enhancing cognitive function, increasing strength and stimulating the release of growth hormone
KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Extract
An adaptogen that is proven to help reduce body stress on top of boosting brain function and relieving anxiety and depression
Caffeine
Caffeine promotes central nervous system stimulation, making you feel alert. Bottom Line: Caffeine is the key reason why coffee boosts brain function. This stimulant blocks adenosine, an inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain that makes you sleepy



Competitors:
Alpha Brain 2 pills (1.7g total)
As you can see from the above- "blends" are listed which means there is no true way to tell how much L-Tyrosine (for example) is even in the product. Nonetheless, even if 100% of the blend was L-Tyrosine, SHARP has 1250mg compared to the "blend" above as 650mg of 4 ingredients total. The same goes for GPC- SHARP has 260mg and the "blend" with the above GPC has 240mg of 4 ingredients. The ingredients are similar but the quantity is completely and utterly under-dosed

Spark 1 stick pack (7g)


Essentially, this is an Airborne packet with 120mg of caffeine, 0 benefits for cognitive function other than L-Tyrosine at 500mg compared to SHARP 1250mg. It's vitamins with some caffeine that you could get from a $0.50 packet of Airborne

PRICE COMPARISON:
SHARP ($44.99) - 10G X 30 SERVINGS = 300G PRODUCT = $1.49 PER 10G SCOOP
ALPHA BRAIN ($79.95) - 1.7G PILLS X 45 SERVINGS 76.5G PRODUCT = $1.77 PER 1.7G CAPSULES (2)
SPARK ($29.95)- 7g x 14 SERVINGS= 98G PRODUCT = $2.13 PER 7G PACKET

As you can clearly see from the above, SHARP is the largest serving size, the highest dosed, high quality, and the least expensive per serving. This product will change your life and we can't wait for you to try it!

SHARP is best taken daily for long term benefits but not necessary to take daily for short term benefits.

Sunday, January 19, 2020

I am PREGNANT!

You heard that right- we are expecting our little one on July 29 2020! We are so overjoyed and I am so excited to be able to share this interactive blog post with you

My plan is to update every few weeks with how I am feeling + products I am loving

There is so much information out there and the most important thing to remember is that all pregnancies and experiences are different. Your doctor should be only a phone call away for emergency questions!

Ok, on to the details!

Josh and I always said we wanted to wait 5 years before having kids and wouldn't you know it- our five year anniversary was January 17, 2020! We tried for only one month (Josh was super bummed) and we found out on November 20 that we were expecting! We found out together and filmed the entire thing! Yes- we will be finding out the gender at our week 20 appointment which is on March 10.  We will be announcing once our friends and family know first

Conception month
A lot of woman underestimate how important nutrients and your diet are during the conception month. I completely cut out all caffeine the minute I stopped my last period before we started trying. I also highly recommend using a basal thermometer and app if you are trying to conceive- it will take virtually all the guess workout of ovulation timing. I was tracking my temperate and ovulation for over a year before we started trying- it's a great way for natural family planning. The thermometer and app I used can be found here. Additionally- you should be taking your prenatal the entire time you are trying to conceive as well. Think of conception as early pregnancy- no drinking, no smoking, etc as you do not know the exact day you will conceive. It's better to be safe than sorry

Starting weight: 135lbs

Weeks 1-8: 
The only differences included slight bloating, fatigue for a few hours in the afternoon, some hormonal mood swings, mild cramps in the first few weeks, and the highest urge to tell the entire world while also knowing we had to wait. I felt nauseous a few days and have some slight food aversions, no real cravings yet! I also have been very blessed to not have any morning sickness except for one day and turns out it was food poisoning. Nonetheless- I freaked out and went on an Amazon shopping spree and enlisted the help of my pregnant friends and my sister who has 3 kids for their tips- I have linked all the products I ordered below to combat the sickness in case it happens again! My workouts struggled slightly due to fatigue during the first two months but I still went to the gym 4-5 times a week

Appointment 1: 
We had the first appointment on December 20- right before we left the same day to be in Indiana and Ohio for the holidays for six days. Everything from the heart beat to the ultra sound to the blood work all came back normal and on pace! The heart rate was ranging from 150-162 bpm. Appointment 1 weight: 137lbs

Weeks 9-12:
What a whirlwind month 3 was- between the holidays and telling family and trade show season starting- this was definitely the quickest month by far. The only few symptoms I am currently experiencing is fatigue and random headaches. I also feel myself thirsty often which is crazy because I already drink at least a gallon of water per day. I have also been getting weekly chiropractic appointments to realign my hips to assure that my labor and delivery will go as smoothly as possible. I also have been practicing a ton of diaphragmatic breathing and core exercises as well as pelvic floor exercises to further ensure the safest delivery of baby. Workout energy is luckily back to where it was before I got pregnant. I have not had to modify any workouts in any way. I have been filming the entire time so if you need workout ideas, please reference: http://instagram.com/sarah_bowmar
Additionally, I have been walking 5 miles every single day at home! It has helped so much with getting blood flowing and getting all my steps in!

Appointment 2: 
This appointment was only about 20 minutes- but the doctor told us "boring is good" when it comes to pregnancies. Baby's heart beat was 172, blood work all looked great, and I have went up a few pounds in weight- which is right on track for my body. It's also an old wives tale that the gender of the baby determines their heart rate. Some appointments they may be very active and others they may be resting. It makes me very uncomfortable when people guess the gender so please, keep your guesses to yourself! Appointment 2 weight: 139lbs

Appointment 3:
At week 13 we went in for our genetic screening, an ultra sound, and more blood work. Baby was very active and the skin test showed a very low probability of any genetic abnormalities. We also got to see baby for about 30 minutes while everything was being measured. Heart rate for baby was 162bpm during this appointment. Appointment 3 weight: 139lbs

Week 14:
We had an event in Nashville for a gym opening in which they employee a prenatal chiropractor and pelvic floor specialist. I went in for an appointment and had an incredible experience. Between the hip and muscle adjustments, she also discovered I have poor circulation so I am now using cinnamon bark extract oils on my wrists several times a day. I also will be working on some tips on overall pelvic floor health and breathing techniques!

Week 15 - 16 and 4 month appointment:
Weeks 15 and 16 I traveled a ton between an event in Nashville, a retreat in Denver, and celebrating our birthdays in Las Vegas. Luckily all my fatigue has went away completely and my stomach is finally starting to look like I am pregnant and not like I enjoyed too many donuts over the weekend. Today (Valentine's Day), we had our 4 month appointment. We heard baby's heartbeat which was 148bpm today. All vitals looked amazing for me and we also had the spina bifida blood screening and will know results from that in about 2 weeks
Appointment 4 weight: 143lbs

Week 17 - 18
What a crazy 2 weeks it has been! I flew to Indiana for my cousins bridal shower, we planned my baby shower, and have been working like crazy on getting for the Arnold which is next weekend! I have been feeling absolutely amazing and almost feel bad saying that because I know how many women struggle with pregnancy. I am counting my lucky stars that I honestly haven't missed a beat when it comes to my workouts, cardio, or work! I started adding in pomegranate juice into my daily diet after reading about all the amazing benefits and it's ability to prevent preeclampsia in some women. I know I am not high risk but the juice tastes amazing and the benefits are just icing on the cake. I have also started using an oil diffuser at night with lavender in it and have noticed a huge difference in my ability to stay asleep. I also *think*  I felt the baby last night but am not 100% sure. We find out the gender at our next appointment in 2 weeks and yes, once our family all finds out, we will be announcing on social media!

Appointment 5: 
This was a big appointment- I am 20 weeks tomorrow and today's appointment consisted of our last ultrasound. We were able to see the baby for about 30 minutes while the technician took photos of all extremities and did all kinds of measurements. I also was told I have an anterior placenta (which means it is sitting between my uterus and stomach) so flutters at this stage probably won't be felt and I also won't feel the baby for another few weeks, especially given that it is my first. Baby is measuring right on track as well at 11oz. We also found out the gender which we will announce in the coming weeks- just enjoying this moment with our friends and family and rejoicing that the baby is healthy. Baby's heart rate was 145bpm.
Appointment 5 weight: 147lbs

MARCH 12, 2020: WE FOUND OUT WE ARE HAVING A BABY GIRL AND WE ARE OVER THE MOON EXCITED!

Weeks 20-22:
The last few weeks have been... strange. The entire world is experiencing a worldwide pandemic and if I thought everyone knew everything about my own pregnancy before- wow was I wrong. We have been in New Zealand for almost two weeks (before the European travel restrictions were in place, for reference) and before anyone was self isolating. We are currently self isolating in New Zealand and cut our trip short by almost a week to ensure we are able to get back safely. When we arrive back in the country, we will be screened at customs- which I am grateful that border patrol is doing! We will then enter self isolation for 14 days as we have been traveling internationally. I also am expecting a phone call that my next appointment will be cancelled. Other than that- I am feeling amazing. We are eating a ton of wild game and fish here in NZ and baby girl is absolutely loving it. On top of that- I was finally able to feel her kick and move and Josh was able to as well! Crazy to think that the next time we come to this beautiful country, baby will be on the outside and not on the inside of me!

I also have been utilizing these leg compression sleeves for 30 minutes 3-4 times per week to help offset swelling and dark veins!

Weeks 22-24:
We have been in self isolation since the day we got back from New Zealand two weeks ago. Nothing has really changed from our day to day life except for not being able to go to the gym. We have started to buy some pieces for our home gym which will really come in handy once baby is here and I may not want to leave the house to get a workout in. Unfortunately, my 24 week appointment for this week was cancelled because "I am low risk and healthy" so it is pushed back another 5 weeks. Josh also will not be able to attend that appointment either. It will be a long appointment as it is the rest for gestational diabetes. Hoping everything is smooth until then as it will be nine weeks since I have seen a doctor at that point.

I also started to add in salmon roe this week as I am nearing the end of my second trimester. I will continue to eat 1 TBSP each day of salmon roe until baby is here! It is most beneficial for overall brain health and development. If you would like to read up more on salmon roe, I highly recommend this content from Dr. Rhonda Patrick

My recipe:
1 medium avocado- smashed
1 TBSP salmon roe
Splash of lime juice
Pink himalayan salt
Eat as is or enjoy with crackers!


Weeks 25-28:
The last few weeks in quarantine have been fairly routine. I have been feeling the exact same day to day, no pains, no headaches, etc. I am still seeing my chiropractor once a week which has been amazing for my hips and back. I also am still compressing 3-4 times a week for 30 minutes each time.

Appointment 6
Today (week 28 + 1 day), I had my first appointment in almost 9 weeks. I had to check in from the car, Josh was not allowed to go, and I had to wear a mask the entire time. I did get a lot of my questions answered (I highly recommend taking notes of questions you have as you think of them because chances are, you will forget). I also had my gestational diabetes test today- the fruit punch drink was god awful. All vitals look good for both mom and baby. Her heart beat was at 141 and they actually let me record it for the first time ever- which was a blessing in disguise. I also had my TDAP vaccine today as well as being checked for hemoglobins in my blood. UDPATE: both hemoglobin and glucose tests were passed with flying colors. My next appointment will be at week 32!
Appointment 6 Weight: 152lbs

NURSERY DETAILS

Apps
The Bump (free)
Flo ($50/year)
Baby Tracker- once baby arrives
Pregnancy tracker (free) to track fetal movement

Books- Audible on Amazon
What to Expect When You're Expecting
Dude You're Gonna be A Dad  (Josh)

Products*
Prenatal
Vitamin D3
Fish Oil
Calcium
Magnesium Lotion (to help fight insomnia)
DripDrops (if you do get sick often, your loss of liquids can result in dehydration)
Preggie Pops
Sea Band
Coconut Oil
Belly Butter
Hatch Belly Oil
Pure Organic Belly Butter


BOWMAR NUTRITION PRODUCTS:
Protein- whey and vegan
Collagen
Probiotics
Stimulant free PREworkout 1-2 times per week as needed
Colon relief
EAAs
*as with any pregnant or breastfeeding female- we all have different needs and different experiences during this journey. PLEASE consult with your doctor before adding supplements in. What is safe and approved for one pregnancy may not be for another
**a lot of people have been asking why greens are not this list- my doctor and RD both said I was getting enough nutrients through my diet and prenatal so supplementing with the greens was unnecessary. Just like some days I get enough protein in my diet through whole food that I do not need to supplement with protein powder

Immunity Support Products:
Elderberry Syrup
Vitamin C Gummies
Iron


Things to Never Ask a Pregnant Woman:
How long were you trying
Was this planned
When are you going to try for a second
Can I see your belly
Are you going to vaccinate
Are you going to breastfeed
Are you going to get an epidural
The last 3 are controversial and anyone who asks is typically trying to pick a fight if you disagree with their beliefs. Don't stress a pregnant woman out and mind your own business

Things to Never Say to a Pregnant Woman:
FINALLY!
Your stomach gave it away weeks ago
Team boy!
Team girl!
I was wondering when this would finally happen

Pregnant is a beautiful thing and it is up to the mother with how much she wants to share- don't pry.


Monday, December 9, 2019

EAAs vs BCAAs

Introducing our newest line- EAAs (Essential Amino Acids)

These will be replacing our BCAAs in order to bring you, our amazing customers, better and better products (please click the link to review what BCAAs are)

I have been getting a ton of questions on EAAs, what they are, the difference between the 2 products, who needs them, when to take them, etc

The difference

EAA- essential amino acids
BCAA- branched chain amino acids

What are amino acids?
As I am sure you all have read somewhere before- aminos are the building blocks of protein. Most only tie aminos to muscle gains and protein synthesis. But wait there's more- they are required to function as a human being- including but not limited to: physiological functions, metabolism, cognitive ability, etc

Of the 20 aminos- 9 are essential. Lucky for you- the new Bowmar ESSENTIALS has all 9 of the essential aminos and is a full spectrum product:

1- Leucine- critical for growth hormone production and protein synthesis
2- Threonine- supports immune system and fat metabolism
3- Lysine supports muscle repair and recovery by playing a role in growth hormone secretion
4- Isoleucine- helps prevent muscle breakdown during lifting and cardio
5- Valine- heavily involved in energy production
6- Phenylalanine- helps promote a healthy nervous system
7-Methionine- aids in the body's ability to process and eliminate fat
8- Tryptophan- not just in turkey! It's a precursor for serotonin which regulates mood, appetite, and sleep
9- Histidine- aids in fighting off cell-damaging free radicals

EAAs can be take any time during the day



Why EAAs over BCAAs?
Many, many clients of ours have seen amazing results with supplementing with BCAAs- the EAAs are just a way to better enhance the product and ultimately- give you better results!

BCAAs are essential for human health and serve as a great source of fuel for workouts and recovery. You need adequate amounts of EAAs to optimize your overall heal and complete protein synthesis

Some people don't need to supplement with either! That's the beauty of supplements- you may be getting enough already through your diet. Foods high in EAAs:

  • Lysine is in meat, eggs, black beans, seeds
  • Histidine can be found in meat, fish, poultry, nuts, seeds
  • Threonine is found in cottage cheese and wheat germ
  • Eggs, grains, nuts, and seeds contain methionine
  • Valine is in cheese, soy, peanuts, vegetables, whole grains
  • Isoleucine is found in meat, fish, poultry, eggs, cheese, lentils
  • Dairy, beans, legumes are great sources of leucine
  • Dairy, meat, poultry, soy, fish, beans, and nuts contain phenylalanine
  • Tryptophan is in high protein foods such as wheat germ, cottage cheese, turkey, and chicken

As you can see- you CAN get all ESSENTIALS through diet alone but if you find yourself not recovering quickly or simply want to see if supplementing with this new product will help you- it's a great way to ensure you are getting in all of your EAAs throughout the day



Saturday, December 7, 2019

NYC- Take A Bite of the Big Apple

NYC is known for a lot of things, for us, it's about food and sight seeing. There are so many pieces of history in New York City and it's definitely a city I think everyone should travel to at least once in their life
We have been to NYC 3 times and we stay in Times Square at the Marriott Marquis- it's in the middle between central park and SOHO which makes it a prime location to get everything done you want!
We Uber from the airport to the hotel but everything after that is all walking- by the time you wait for your car and sit in traffic, it evens out to about the same time. Plus- all the walking will help burn off the calories from all the amazing food. Be prepared to walk about 8-10 miles a day




Below are all the tours and shows we have seen plus all the restaurants that we have approved and eaten at- there are some that didn't make the cut. Enjoy NYC and please let me know if you utilize this list and what you see / what you eat

Things to Do:

Empire State Building
911 Memorial
State of Liberty
Ellis Island
Carriage ride through central park
Underground donut tour
Pizza tour
Blue man group
Derren Brown magician
Museum of National History


Places to Eat (linked with Instagram):

Las Vegas- What to Do, Where to Stay, What to Eat

We got engaged in Vegas and we have been out there almost a dozen times since we have been together.  Given our love for the outdoors, its quite strange that we love Vegas so much but it truly is one of our most favorite cities. We rarely gamble and we hardly drink - we mainly go to shop, eat, and see shows. I've been compiling a list of all the things we have done since we started going to Las Vegas and below, you will find my list! I will also like to note that 1/2 our Vegas trips are for conventions and the other 1/2 are for fun- our ideal Vegas trip is landing at 10am, staying 2 nights, and flying out around noon on the third day. It's long enough but you won't get burned out

All  of the following recommendations are places we have personally stayed at, places we have eaten (and approve- there are some that haven't made the list), and shows to see


Where to Stay:

Venetian
Bellagio
New York New York
Aria
MGM
Caesar’s
Marriot grand chateau
Paris
Wynn
COSMO

Shows to See (not including special engagement comedians):
O
Ka
Mystere
ONE
Love
Zumanity
David Copperfield
Criss Angel
Mat Franco
Blue Man Group
Penn and Teller 
Pif the Magic Dragon 
Absinthe
Run!

Where to Eat (linked to Instagram or website):

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Bowmar Nutrition Colon Cleanse

Some supplements are great for weight lifters. And then they are some supplements that are great for literally every human being on the planet- this being one of them. Over the last few weeks, I have received a ton of questions regarding this product, usage, etc and since there are so many "detox" teas and crap products on the market- I knew I needed to write a blog on this product. Roughly 70% of your health comes from your gut- the healthier your gut- the healthier you are. If you find yourself bloated, sick, tried, or all of the above- you should look to healing your gut. We know this product can help with that. 

This product is a great addition to our fiber and probiotics that we offer! This does not replace either of these products, it is a wonderful addition to your daily supplement regiment. If you would like a further explanation on either fiber or probiotics, I highly recommend clicking on the respective link for further readings

Think of your gut / intestinal track like a water slide (bear with me). If you do not weigh enough, you will not make it down the water slide or it will take FOREVER. If you're not catching drift- you are your poop in this analogy. Adding fiber will weigh you down and get you down the water slide without backing everyone else up. That being said- TOO much fiber can make you too heavy and cause even worse constipation. The general rule of thumb for fiber is 14g for every 1000 calories you are eating. Probiotics will make the people on the raft on the water slide different (aka better) and get you down the slide fastest with the healthiest route possible. The new colon cleanse product will push more water down the slide and will also help heal patches that are leaking water on the slide. 

Is this an every day product?
Yes- it is an every day product. Every person is different and will need different durations based on their gut and it's health. I recommend 2 pills in the morning and 2 in the evening for at least 2 weeks. Assess your bathroom visits, bloat, etc. If you feel that you become consistent with bathroom visits, you can reduce to 2 pills a day. I do recommend this product as daily use if you do not plan to change diet habits (as those are what caused the unhealthy gut in the first place). There is also no harm in taking 4 pills every single day of this as these are not laxatives and you will not become dependent on them. I do recommend, as always, to drink at least a gallon of water a day with them. 

I also want to mention that laxatives are not the sustainable answer if you are bloated or constipated. Long term laxative use can program your colon's peristaltic mechanism (contractions of the intestinal wall) to turn off- this can also damage bowel nerves and your bowel tissues. It is best to figure out the cause of your constipation and fix/heal it the right way. Some common causes of constipation are medications, dehydration, poor diet, stress, trauma, mineral and nutrient deficiency, imbalance in gut flora, etc

Now that we have the high level stuff out of the way, I want to dive more in to some of the nitty gritty details if you are interested. If I have answered all of your questions, you can order here

This is not just a poop pill. We have ingredients in the colon cleanse product that will help repair your colon / intestines as well. For example, magnesium hydroxide (also known as milk of magnesia) is considered to be the more gentle colon cleanser (and it's cramp free).  Milk thistle removes precursors of free radicals through 3 antioxidant enzymes (catalase, glutathione peroxidase, and superoxide dismutase) in addition to metal- binding proteins such as myogoblin, ferritin, etc. 

This product is also extremely different than the "detox" teas (aka the poop teas IG models promote). Our bodies have built in processes to detoxify naturally, six of them to be exact! 

Our liver is the workhouse of the detox process and is tasked with breaking down toxins (from inside and outside our bodies) and help them to safely exit the body. Your kidneys help flush water soluble waste out via urine and your colon escorts toxins and waster matter out via feces. Even your sweat can help release toxins stored in body fat. The problem is that we are all exposed to more toxins than our detox systems can handle and we take in toxins faster than we are able to get rid of them. In short, our buckets are overflowing and the result is chronic health issues. 

Our colon cleanse product is a great way to support your body's natural cleansing and detoxifying processes. It also will not cause dependency if you choose to stop taking them. We truly believe in this product and our reviews can speak for themselves!