About 6 weeks ago, after months of being semi-sick with bronchitis (and taking a ton of Antibiotics that didn't work), I became totally fatigued. I could hardly get out of bed, couldn't walk to the store. The HMO doctor didn't know what was wrong with me. She wanted me to go for all kinds of horrible tests that I didn't want to do. I gave up on her. Did some acupuncture. It helped a little. Then I realized that I must have Candida. My bad diet and constipation was pretty much a dead giveaway. I went for a colonic and started getting rid of all that old fecal junk in my intestines. And I've been going for colonics at the rate of almost 3 per week for the past 3 weeks (plus taking supplements for the Candida). Let me tell you: my energy is back. I was on disability and I'm going back to work tomorrow, after almost 6 weeks of not working.
When I tell you I could hardly walk to the supermarket, which was 3 blocks away, I am not exaggerating. I would have to sit down on benches just to be able to walk home from the market. I was a basket case. So I don't care what that article says. I've read it before and I feel that colonics have saved my life.
Trying one colonic will not hurt. You'll see how you feel afterwards. Then you can decide if that's the route you want to take.
Of course, you do have to change your diet and try to eat better. That's my biggest struggle now!!