Possible Cleansing Symptoms
Some sensitive people or those with weak or compromised digestive systems may experience some unpleasant cleansing symptoms when first consuming whole foods rich in phytonutrients. Duration of symptoms vary but usually last less than a week. The following are some of the more common ones:
- Bloated stomach and gas: During digestion, food undergoes decomposition, and the body quickly discharges the potentially harmful gas.
- Diarrhea: Your body tries to quickly excrete undesirable substances. People with weak digestive systems or those who eat few fruits and vegetables are most susceptible.
- Constipation: Dehydration can cause constipation. Foods high in fiber must be accompanied by water. Drink at least 8 glasses of water daily to expand and activate your intestines. To minimize cleansing reactions, start by taking just a small amount of Vega, perhaps one-quarter to one-half of the suggested serving size and increase consumption gradually as your body adapts to it. Uncomfortable as they may be, cleansing symptoms are indicators that your health condition is improving. Discontinuing Vega during the cleansing period may retard your body’s adaptation process and prolong cleansing symptoms.
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