A meta-analysis by researchers at Georgetown University has confirmed earlier findings that the popular practice of colonics offers no health benefits and clear personal risks. The new research looked at 20 prior studies of the benefits of colonic irrigation, a popular offering at health spas, and concluded that there was no evidence of a health benefit across these varying studies. The researchers, like HumanaNatura, instead recommend focus on known contributors to our health and vitality – especially vegetable-rich natural eating and daily exercise. If deep cleansing of the gastrointestinal system is desired, a safer, less costly, and far more complete approach is water-only fasting, which reliably and naturally cleanses our entire body and may help to relive minor physical ailments. Learn more about the new study at Colonic Irrigation.