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From: Dr. Doug Graham (DrGraham.vegsource.com)
Subject:         Re: Please note
Date: August 9, 2014 at 3:22 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Please note posted by 69.148.49.95 on August 9, 2014 at 12:11 pm:

A: The post was for everyone, but primarily about Harley, not you.
B: I still agree that there can be old fecal matter, though the idea of plaque bothers me. Outpockets? Yes, certainly. But the interior wall of the intestines continually secrets mucus, as a transport mechanism. Nothing, and I mean nothing, ever actually touches the intestinal wall itself, in order to adhere, unless that mucus membrane is compromised, as in the case of ulcerative colitis. Most people think digestion and colon health is all about food. I've listed 32 elements of health in my book, each of which affects overall colon health.
C: I disagree about needing to do "more." Oftentimes, what we most need is less. The body is designed as self monitoring, self directing, self creating, and self healing. There are times we need more sleep, time we need less. Same with food, companionship, exercise, etc. The medical model calls for doing different things in health than in sickness. The hygienic model calls for doing the same things, modified to meet the needs of the individual at any given time.
More? What kind of "more" are you referring to?

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