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Posted by Geoff on February 10, 2000 at 00:10:40:

Dear Dr. Stoll,

A couple of days ago you mentioned that the solution to Crohn's is on this BB. I have ordered your book, but would like to read your information on Crohn's while I'm waiting for it. My search of your website has led me to LGS and Wellness articles and posts, but I'm wondering if there is a thread or article designated for Crohn's. If you could point me in the right direction, I'd be very grateful. Thank you!

BTW I'm now 6 days into the vinegar treatment. It was actually the toenail fungus that led me to your site, so I will consider that fungus to be a blessing if I find the cure to my Crohn's here! Thanks again!



Re: Crohn's Disease (ARCHIVE under LGS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on February 12, 2000 at 09:01:54:

In Reply to: Crohn's Disease posted by Geoff on February 10, 2000 at 00:10:40:

Hi, Geoff.

Crohn's, Ulcerative Colitis, IBS, Celiac Disease, ulcers, gastritis, gall bladder disease, GERD,and the like, are all just variations on LGS. These variations are not due to different causes but to the genetic disposition of the person with the problem. SO, basically, the curative approach is the same for all.

If you resolve your LGS, your Crohn's will be resolved as well.

Once you have spent a few hours on LGS and the associated concepts, if you still have questions, write again. As your Crohn's resolves, I hope you will share your experiences with the BB so others may see that the simplistic conventional therapy is not their only option.

In the beginning, SR and Robert McFerran's e/diet would be the thing for you to do and neither of them can interfere, in any way, with any conventional therapy you might be doing. In about 6 months, your docs will be exclaiming at how well you are doing. Would that they would learn how to help others with this information. Unfortunately the nearly 100% predictable response is to show polite interest and forget it as soon as you are out the door.

Walt



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