I have had them albeit the suffering and saw some really hardened stuff, probably from years of wheat and dairy. But are they really good for us in your opinion? How about continued use? Frequency,etc. Does eating a diet matched to one's metabolic type allow the body to release old stuff?
Re: Bob, are colonics always necessary or beneficial?
Posted by Robert McFerran on January 27, 1999 at 21:46:21:
In Reply to: Bob, are colonics always necessary or beneficial? posted by Susan Mierswa on January 27, 1999 at 21:23:09:
I think I understand your question.
Regular colonics (one every one to three months) have been used by many folks to give them rather short term relief. The more effective the colonic the more disruptive it is to colon microflora (not a good thing). I would not recommend them on an ongoing, regular basis.
I am recommending that shortly after the person has determined their major food allergens and metabolic type that they consider a series of 3 colonics within a week to get a 'fresh start' in their new life with whole foods. Armed with knowledge of their food allergens and metabolism they have the power to normalize their 'transit times' without the assistance of future colonics.