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Posted by Walt Stoll on March 26, 2001 at 10:22:34:

Science Magazine, volume 290, page 97, 2000

Journal Of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, volume 24, page 270, 2000.

For an exhaustive list, contact Functional Medicine Update at (800) 843-9660.

Enjoy! Let us know what you learn.

Namaste`

Walt



In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS?

Posted by Walt Stoll Autoresponder on March 26, 2001 at 13:54:24:

In Reply to: More references about the basis for LGS. (Archive) posted by Walt Stoll on March 26, 2001 at 10:22:34:

Bracing, LGS, SR seem to be the basis of almost every post you answer. I find it hard to take your answers serious as you seem to be in a rut.



Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (Probably not-if they are sick)

Posted by Doc Kim on March 26, 2001 at 17:52:31:

In Reply to: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? posted by Walt Stoll Autoresponder on March 26, 2001 at 13:54:24:

Hi Auto,

I have had many wise instructors through the years. The common thread that runs through their teachings is that digestion (or lack thereof) is the root of almost all chronic conditions.

I think that if I could get all my patients to learn how to handle stress and to feed themselves properly, I would be looking for another source of income as all my patients would be well and in no further need of my services.

Dr. Stoll recognized many years ago the pernicious and deleterious effects of stress on the human body. He seems to relate many problems to this only because do to otherwise would not be honest.

Like he says many times: "If you hear hoofbeats in KY, don't go looking for zebras!"

Namaste'

Doc Kim



Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (Probably not-if they are sick)

Posted by Walt Stoll Autotransponder on March 27, 2001 at 06:26:45:

In Reply to: Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (Probably not-if they are sick) posted by Doc Kim on March 26, 2001 at 17:52:31:

If you notice, all the books about anything promise more than they can deliver for most people. That is because IF they are valid, they only focus on a small part of what we are learning about the complexity of the human being. My guess is that only about 20-25% of people will get lasting benefits. I even believe that a lot more than that % will get temporary benefits. Thus means that, for those, this is a part of the truth.



Autotransponder, can you please explain?

Posted by d.d. on March 27, 2001 at 13:00:57:

In Reply to: Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (Probably not-if they are sick) posted by Walt Stoll Autotransponder on March 27, 2001 at 06:26:45:

can you please explain your point here? You have reposted information from Walt's post to one of my posts. You must know what you want to say, but it is not clear, and I would not like Walt or anybody else to think that I did this.



Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (SIGH!) [Archive in LGS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on March 28, 2001 at 09:24:51:

In Reply to: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? posted by Walt Stoll Autoresponder on March 26, 2001 at 13:54:24:

Hi, Auto.

I have explained the answer to this exact question several times in the past year (see the archives).

Current, well establised, statistics indicate that at least 75% of people, with unexplained chronic conditions, have LGS as the primary cause of their condition. The human genonme project is now indicating that nearly 100% of whose people have enough LGS to help explain how they got what they got and how to reverse it.

Those ARE the people who end up on this 'site!

Twenty years from now no one will not know this. If you want to wait, you are welcome to do so.

I have also mentioned (on numerous occasions) how anyone willing to take the time can substantiate this for themselves. I have spent 40 years learning about this and continue to do so from the world literature. If you really want to know, start reading.

These are not MY theories. I am but reporting them to the true seakers of solutions to their problems.

A simple place to start would be with Trent Nichols, MD at twnichol@blazenet.net. He is but one of at least hundreds of researchers on the cutting edge of the new paradigm. If he is not right, how comne nearly 100% of those who go to him with ANY chronic GI problem have their problem resolved within a year after many years of the best conventional medicine they could get??

Get his book (multiple contributers) "Optimal Digestion--New Strategies for Achieving Digestive Health". Many of the related things I have been discussing on this website are included in that book.

I hope you are serious about wanting to know and are not just there to cast doubt from a position of no knowledge. If you are honest about this, I hope you will share what you learn with the BB.

Converted skeptics make the best proponents!

"It ain't so much the things you don't know that get you in trouble. It is the things you think you know that just ain't so." Artimus Ward (1934-1867)

Walt

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Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (SIGH!) [Archive in LGS.) CORRECTION

Posted by Walt Stoll on March 28, 2001 at 09:25:37:

In Reply to: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? posted by Walt Stoll Autoresponder on March 26, 2001 at 13:54:24:

Hi, Auto.

I have explained the answer to this exact question several times in the past year (see the archives).

Current, well establised, statistics indicate that at least 75% of people, with unexplained chronic conditions, have LGS as the primary cause of their condition. The human genonme project is now indicating that nearly 100% of whose people have enough LGS to help explain how they got what they got and how to reverse it.

Those ARE the people who end up on this 'site!

Twenty years from now no one will not know this. If you want to wait, you are welcome to do so.

I have also mentioned (on numerous occasions) how anyone willing to take the time can substantiate this for themselves. I have spent 40 years learning about this and continue to do so from the world literature. If you really want to know, start reading.

These are not MY theories. I am but reporting them to the true seakers of solutions to their problems.

A simple place to start would be with Trent Nichols, MD at twnichol@blazenet.net. He is but one of at least hundreds of researchers on the cutting edge of the new paradigm. If he is not right, how comne nearly 100% of those who go to him with ANY chronic GI problem have their problem resolved within a year after many years of the best conventional medicine they could get??

Get his book (multiple contributers) "Optimal Digestion--New Strategies for Achieving Digestive Health". Many of the related things I have been discussing on this website are included in that book.

I hope you are serious about wanting to know and are not just there to cast doubt from a position of no knowledge. If you are honest about this, I hope you will share what you learn with the BB.

Converted skeptics make the best proponents!

"It ain't so much the things you don't know that get you in trouble. It is the things you think you know that just ain't so." Artimus Ward (1834-1867)

Walt

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Sorry

Posted by W.S. Autotransponder on March 28, 2001 at 14:18:59:

In Reply to: Autotransponder, can you please explain? posted by d.d. on March 27, 2001 at 13:00:57:

No its got nothing to do with your posts.



Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (Probably not-if they are sick)

Posted by Walt Stoll on March 28, 2001 at 14:39:49:

In Reply to: Re: In your estimation does anyone NOT have LGS? (Probably not-if they are sick) posted by Doc Kim on March 26, 2001 at 17:52:31:

Thanks, Doc Kim!

What can I say? By the way, I just got an update on the progress for 2000 in this area. It is wonderful how much more is now known. At the logarythmic rate of progress in this field..........

If you are interested, I could make a copy of the tape and descriptive bibliography for you and send it to your snail mail address. Let me know by email.

Walt

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ok

Posted by d.d. on March 28, 2001 at 15:41:55:

In Reply to: Sorry posted by W.S. Autotransponder on March 28, 2001 at 14:18:59:

thanks for saying that.

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