This 3-ingredient cleanse may flush pounds of excess bloat from the colon

Cleanses are some of today's hottest health trends. The well-respected Dr. Oz recommends cleanses for everything from detoxifying the skin (no dairy, no carbs) to increasing energy (no caffeine and no carbs for 10 days). But some of the most popular cleanses are intended to detox the colon.
Colon cleanses date to ancient Greece, when people used cleanses to rid the body of excess mucus and undigested food. In the 21st century, some still believe colon cleanses treat symptoms of fatigue, head ache, low energy, and weight gain.
There is also evidence that the nervous system is effected by the bowels, and therefore, colon cleanses can have positive benefits that include an improved mental outlook and stronger immune system.
Try drinking a homemade solution every single morning to cleanse your colon and start your day balanced and fresh.
Here's one recipe to try out:
Apple cider vinegar
Raw honey
Optional: slice of lemon
Start by brewing 8 ounces of water in a tea kettle or microwave. Add 2 tablespoons of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar to the warm water. Next, stir in 1 full tablespoon of raw organic honey. Top with a slice of lemon, if desired.
Once you have stirred your super healthy raw organic honey into the warm water and apple cider vinegar solution, you are all set. Try sipping the drink every morning before breakfast. It can really lift your energy and give you a fresh start to your day.
Be careful to use raw honey
Remember to look for the USDA label on the honey jar as organic honey looks clumped up, not liquid like the regular honey you find in the store. Regular honey is stripped of many of the vitamins, nutrients, and enzymes that make raw honey so good for you. Further, raw honey has properties that make it anti-viral and anti-fungal, while regular honey often contains high fructose corn syrup and is sometimes treated with antibiotics. does not give medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.