Calgary colon hydrotherapy aids in total health.
Monica Hirai is a passionate advocate for healthy living. For 17 years she’s been helping Calgarians enjoy the benefits of better health with alternative treatments like colon hydrotherapy.
“Clients tell me they have far more energy after a colon hydrotherapy treatment. They feel lighter, less bloated and just generally feel better overall,” said Monica Hirai, who is a certified herbalist based in northeast Calgary.
A healthy colon and small intestine are an important part of good general health. But modern diets, which contain a high percentage of refined and fatty foods, can lead to fecal matter becoming hard and lodged in the wall of the colon, which in turn prevents efficient absorption of the nutrients our bodies need to be vital and strong.
Colon hydrotherapy is a gentle way to cleanse the colon. Putrefactive material, impacted fecal matter, excess mucus, and even pus and infected tissue are removed from the colon with a gentle antiseptic and solvent action on the intestines.
Benefits of colon hydrotherapy include:
- Feel energetic again!
- Lose weight, both from the removal of impacted material and from a more efficient digestive system
- Removal of toxins and chemicals found in modern food
- Your body will be more resistant to colds, flus and other diseases
- Reduce or eliminate flatulence and bloating
“Clients tell me all the time how much better they feel after colon hydrotherapy. It makes so much sense, really. Our digestive systems just aren’t built to digest highly processed food,” said Monica Hirai.
Possible symptoms of poor colon operation:
- Abdominal discomfort and bloating
- Overweight or obesity
- Aches and pains
Don’t you owe it to yourself to feel better, to lead a more healthy and productive life?
Hirai Health is offering a discount from the regular price for first-time clients to allow you to experience the many benefits of a clean and healthy colon.
Thank you for your interest in Calgary colon hydrotherapy. And welcome to the start of a healthier life!
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Markham began his journalism career writing columns in the mid-1980s for Western People Magazine, then reported for a small Saskatchewan daily. He has spent most of his career in media and communications, likes to dabble in politics, was actively involved in economic development for many years, thinks that what goes on in the community is just as important as what happens provincially and nationally, and has a soft spot for small business (big business, not so much). Markham is a bit of a contrarian and usually has a unique take on the events of the day.