"Yes, one needs to detox then slowly build to glandular formulas. I detoxed on raw foods high fruit but then jumped straight to glandulars. I ran into some scares that way :(. one should do herbal formulas before glandulars. But if you jump into…"
"Dr. Morse rocks! It's true, juice lots of veggies if you need more protein. I find that one pounding the veggie juices has a sleeker look then fitness/body builders who do animal protein. Muscles don't fill out as much.
Side note for…"
"I love colon therapy.
I learned what it was but not sure how to Fix it. I went to get examed bc it really lead to other problems.
"Anismus" - its pelivic floor muscles that form knots along the muscle due yo stress tension. same as knots…"
"A good colon hydrotherapist could give you a lot of info about what's happening. I've been having them on and off for a year now, and am amazed at the cleansing process! From what I've learned, one good colonic is equivalent to 15…"
"Thank you Rita :-)
6 months it is, but from your knowledge the surgery I had is eventually ok for colonics after 6 months?
I have been doing 2 cups of warm water enemas each time, that's not what you mean by too much pressure? I know fleets…"
"Hello Pumpkin pie! The standard of care is no colonic for 6 months post abdominal surgery. And, yes I think you would do well with the Colenz board. Just a rule of thumb for you: I would let the water slowly enter and…"
"Thank goodness :-)
I was looking for information on two things I'm sure you will have insight on.
If I was to get a home unit, what do you think of the colenz set ups. They have a simple 5 gallon bucket and a contnious flow. I liked my…"
Guess what! I went ahead and searched for interviews & listened to a recent interview dr. Wong was on and 51 minutes into the interview (you can move the curser to that point if you want to get there faster, but the whole interview is…"
"I get all my supplementation from "Garden of Life". They use all/mostly raw/organic ingredients. Their products are a favorite for vegan/raw athletes. Most the people I know that work in the "whole body"…"
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