07813 070480
jayne@bedfordshirecolonicclinic.co.uk
Qualified Nurse
             Qualified Diet & Nutritional Advisor
                               Holistic & Caring Approach
Bedfordshire Colonic Clinic
...for mind and body

1 treatment        £60
3 treatments      £160 Saving of £20     
4 treatments      £210 Saving of £30
6 treatments      £290 Saving of £70
9 treatments      £430 Saving of £110
12 treatments    £560 Saving of £160

Other packages can be arranged.
Please call or e mail if you would like more info on group bookings (3 or more persons)
Cancellation Policy
We require 24 hours notice for cancellation. Regrettably if you do not give us sufficient notice, you will be liable for 50% of the cost of the missed appointment. If you are more than 15 minutes late without prior arrangement this will be classed at a ´No Show´ and the same charges will apply.
INTERESTING 
 FACTS....
The colon, also called the “large intestine,” is the end of our digestive tract. It is a muscular tube about 1.6 meters (5.5 feet) in length and 6.5 cm (2.5 inches) in diameter.
Jesus, according to “The Essene Gospel of Peace” emphasized internal cleansing:
“Think not that it is sufficient that the angel of water embrace you outwards only. I tell you truly, the uncleanness within is greater by much than the uncleanness without. And he who cleanses himself without, but within remains unclean, is like to tombs that outwards are painted fair, but are within full of all manner of horrible uncleanness’ and abominations.”
If you live 80 years and eat just 1 kilo (2.2 pounds) of food per day, you will have eaten 29,200 kilos (64,240 pounds) of food in your lifetime!
In cultures with 70g of daily fiber consumption there is no colon disease. The UK population averages around 10-20g per day.
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It is estimated that 14 million people in the UK suffer from constipation and that these people spend £50 million on products to relieve constipation each year. It seems a shame, when constipation is easily avoided through diet and cleansing.
Instructions for the use of enemas are found in the Edwin Smith Papyrus from around 1700 BCE and the Elbers Papyrus in the 14th century BCE.