Health Plus® Inc. THE ORIGINAL Colon Cleanse®

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Description

#1 in a series of 8 body cleansing products from HEALTH PLUS
Bulk Forming Fiber Laxative/Dietary Supplement
100% PURE PSYLLIUM HUSK

RECOMMENDED FOR
  • Low Carb Diets
  • Diabetic & Cholestrol Management
  • Low Fat
  • No cholesterol
  • No sodium
  • Low calories
  • Good for your heart

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Tablespoons
Servings Per Container 48
Amount Per Serving % DV
Total Carbohydrate 6.00 g2%
Dietary Fiber 6.00 g24%
Soluble Fiber 5.00 g
Psyllium Husk Fiber 7.00 g **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

Product Directions / Additional Info

  • drink a full glass of liquid (8 oz) with each dose
  • Adults and children 12 years and older: 1 heaping tablespoonful (7 grams) up to 3 times daily
  • Children 6 to 12 years of age: 1/2 heaping tablespoonful up to 3 times daily
  • Children under 6 years of age: Consult a doctor

No Cholesterol, No Sodium

Storage Instructions: Store below 86°F

Filled by weight not volume, product may settle during handling and shipping.

Warning: Taking this product without enough water may cause choking.
Do not take this product if you have trouble swallowing.


Ask a doctor before use if you have

  • abdominal pain
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • a sudden change in bowel habits for 2 weeks

When using this product
  • If minor gas or bloating occur, reduce intake to 1/2 and increase gradually to suggested amount.Stop use and ask a doctor if
    • you have rectal bleeding
    • you have failed to have a bowel movement after use


    KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

    Health Plus Inc.

    CHINO, CA 91710 U.S.A.
    (800) 822-6225
    www.healthplusinc.com

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Health Notes

Vegetarian Diet May Lower Colon Cancer Risk

Vegetarian Diet May Lower Colon Cancer Risk
Vegetarian Diet May Lower Colon Cancer Risk: Main Image
Vegetarianism has scored a recent victory in the ongoing debate about which diet is healthiest. A new study has found that vegetarians have significantly lower rates of colon and rectal (colorectal) cancers than nonvegetarians. Published online in JAMA, the study looked at data for 77,659 men and women from The Adventist Health Study 2, which was designed to investigate the generally healthy eating habits of Adventist followers and to therefore address a variety of questions about diet and nutrition. Researchers categorized the participants into five groups according to their diet: vegans who abstained from all animal products; lacto-ovo-vegetarians who ate eggs and/or dairy; pescatarians who ate fish and seafood but avoided other meats; semi-vegetarians who ate meat less than once per week; and nonvegetarians who ate meat at least once weekly. After tracking the participants for about seven years, and taking into account various lifestyle factors, here's what the researchers discovered:
  • Vegetarian diets generally were associated with a 22% reduced risk of colorectal cancer compared to nonvegetarian diets.
  • Eating a pescatarian diet was associated with the greatest reduction (43%) in colorectal cancer risk, followed by lacto-ovo-vegetarian (18%), vegan (16%), and semi-vegetarian (8%) diets.

The study is of potential public health importance-colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the US. In addition, even though the study was only observational and therefore can't prove a cause-and-effect relationship, it is consistent with past research which has shown associations between eating red meat and higher risks of colorectal cancer, and between eating fiber-rich foods and lower risks of colorectal cancer.

Source: JAMA

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