Advocates of colon hydrotherapy
Madonna has claimed that, in conjunction with good exercise and diet, colon cleansing has helped keep her in shape.
“It’s so cleansing and it makes my eyes shine brighter.”
“I think it’s good every now and then to have a colonic, because it’s super hydrating.”
In her book Eight Steps to Wellness Suzanne Somers states “Colon hydrotherapy is one of the most effective ways to cleanse the large intestine of accumulated toxins and waste products.”
Toni Collette claims her first colonic was “amazing”.
Songwriter Kenny Loggins
“I practice the water colon therapy to keep my emotional balance and it also affects my depth.”
Janet revealed that her mother began taking her for colon hydrotherapy treatments when she was eleven years old. “It played a big part in my life and career, because I learned at a very young age what discipline truly meant.”
“I believe in doing a week of fasting, colonics, and sleeping a lot.”
Louise Hay on healing herself from cancer, “I had colonics three times a week for the first month.”
Kris Carr, a NY Times best selling author, wellness activist and cancer survivor “Consider a colonic. Don’t be afraid, you’ve done tougher things in your life.”
Kim Bassinger attributes her beautiful, age-defying skin to regular colonics.
Christy Turlington, Jennifer Aniston, Damon Wayans and Gwyneth Paltrow all practice and advocate colonics.
Anthony Robbins arguably the most influential personal development coach of our time uses colonics himself, as a cleansing and health promotion therapy. He states that “Colon hydrotherapy plays an essential role in sustaining my internal health and keeping my body in peak physical condition.”
Gillian McKeith an internationally acclaimed clinical nutritionist, who presents the series You Are What You Eat, on Channel 7, believes that people need to kick start health routines with a good flush. In each episode Dr Gillian McKeith requires each overweight participant to have a colon hydrotherapy. This clearly indicates that although colon hydrotherapy has been considered a fringe therapy in the medical world, more doctors are beginning to recognise its therapeutic value.
Princess Diana claimed it cured her fatigue, allergies, depression, infections and migraines. Princess Diana had weekly colonics.