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From: Luke Sartor (130.102.158.22)
Subject:         A rewrite
Date: August 10, 2014 at 6:47 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Dr. D. What helps get rid of intestinal hardened plaque? posted by Luke Sartor on August 9, 2014 at 9:00 pm:

I've attempted to make the above post clearer here:

Dr. Graham has mentioned both here and at his
fasting retreats that fecal matter may accumulate in
outpockets of the intestine. A low- or no-fiber diet
usually causes the accumulation of fecal matter in
the outpockets. These outpockets are not part of the
main passage of the intestine.
Lack of fiber may also cause "fecal tumors". Eating
certain non-foods can result in bezoars. "Fecal
tumors" and bezoars can block the main passage of
the colon and cause the condition of megacolon.
The medical literature does not use the term "mucoid
plaque" to describe the contents of the outpockets
or the contents blocking the main passage of the
colon.
Although the colon contents aren't scientifically
described as mucoid plaques, I want to thank you for
expressing your views on this board. You're helping
us to clarify hygiene to more people. Here, we trust
the body and we see it as capable of healing,
repairing, building and developing. The body
accomplishes these tasks according to the limitation
of matter and the causes being put into effect.
Here, we also see the necessity of lifestyle factors
in promoting health and recovery. We are wary of
procedures such as colonics or enemas, given that
their "healing" ability can be easily debunked using
concepts taught in hygiene.
What do you wash out with a colonic or enema? You
may wash out the "bad" bacteria that reside in our
colon. But, you also wash out the "good" bacteria,
which are very important for our health.
What risks does a colonic or enema involve? One risk
is scarring of the delicate inner lining of the
colon. This scarring can prevent proper absorption
of several nutrients from inside the colon. Another
risk is never being able to have an unassisted bowel
movement ever again.
For the person who undergoes a colonic or enema,
they may feel an increased sense of alertness and
newfound energy. The energy comes from the person's
body, which is stimulated by the colonic or enema.
The colonic or enema drains the vital reserves of
the body, exhausting it. Sleep is the only thing
that can provide the body with energy. Undergoing a
colonic or enema increases the amount of sleep that
the body needs.
We would refer to the colonic or enema as a form of
stimulation that doesn't assist the body in
maintaining or recovering health. For this reason,
we would describe it as an "uncompensated" form of
stimulation.
Healthful lifestyle factors promote good health. In
most instances, other factors such as a colonic or
enema harm the body.

Luke

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