Dr Oz: The Truth About Coffee Enemas
Do you want to lose weight and have more energy? Dr Oz said that the Coffee Enema is a hot trend, but are they safe? Hear concerns about dehydration and sepsis, as well as how other approaches could be effective.
Coffee Enemas first popped up in the late 1990s, and even Janet Jackson has talked about her love of them. The process is supposed to ease constipation and remove toxins from the body, helping you shed pounds and feel more energized.
Dr Oz: Why Do a Coffee Enema?
Audience member Cassandra said that she began doing Coffee Enemas in response to diagnoses of Diabetes and Endometriosis. After doing independent research, she began doing Coffee Enemas, which she performs one to three times per day.
Another viewer, Lisa, said that she gets energy, mental clarity, and well-being from her twice-daily coffee enemas. She is able to retain the liquid throughout her morning routine, which she has perfected over the past eight years.
Dr Oz: Coffee Enema Dehydration & Sepsis Risk
A Coffee Enema could dehydrate you and cause havoc with your electrolytes. The enema can distend the rectum as you absorb the coffee into the body. Dr Oz said that this absorption confuses the kidneys and intestines, sometimes creating electrolyte shifts that can lead to irregular heartbeats, and there are deaths reportedly related to this practice.
What else do Coffee Enema users need to know? The users from Dr Oz’s audience said that they insert the enema catheter 18 inches or more inside the rectum. There, fluid stores for 10 minutes or longer. Dr Oz said that you could also accidentally tear your intestinal wall, leaving an opportunity for bacterial infection such as Sepsis.
Dr Oz: Coffee Enema Alternatives
Dr Oz said there are many alternatives that he thinks are safer to get the benefits of a Coffee Enema. First is coffee itself, which he said most of us do not drink the right way.
To get the biggest energy boost from coffee, Dr Oz said that you should drink six 1/4 cups of a light roast Coffee each day, sipping about once an hour to prolong the effects.
Papaya is a natural laxative that contains the papain enzyme, which could help to keep you regular, he said. The women who love their coffee enemas did not seem impressed with Dr Ozs alternatives. What do you think about coffee enemas? Would you ever try one?