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Subject:         Re: Please note
Date: August 11, 2014 at 6:50 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Please note posted by Dr. Doug Graham on August 9, 2014 at 3:22 pm:

A: Thanks for the clarification. It was the “advertising” part and the timing of your post and Clara’s post that made me suspect.

LS August 8, 2014 at 9:48 pm PST - marketing ploy
DG August 9, 2014 at 5:15 am PST - Trolls, rudeness, advertising, disrespectful posts
Carla August 9, 2014 at 9:08 am PST - posting this trash
Me August 9, 2014 at 10:10 am PST - I assume that you are referring to my posts below

B: I too don’t like the use of the word “plague” as it conjures up the same imagine as plague in the blood vessels and colon plague does not build up the same way as there are only sections of the colon with the sticky stuff and it’s not like the whole pipe system is coated as it would be in our blood vessels.

According to Dr. Richard Anderson, “Choice of the word “plaque” is based on Webster’s concept; a film consisting of mucus, etc. Mucins or glycoproteins are produced and secreted from salivary glands, the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, gall bladder and pancreatic ducts. Mucus glycoproteins (mucins) are produced and secreted from salivary glands, the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, as well as the gall bladder and pancreatic ducts.”

Anderson continues, “Another author, Dr. Robert Gray, has described the mucoid plaque in a manner similar to Dr. Jensen and myself. ‘Another type of constipation is present when old, hardened feces stick to the walls of the colon and do not pass out with the regular bowel movements....And few people have any inkling as to how much old, hardened feces are chronically present with their bodies.....As moisture is absorbed from a slimy medium in the colon, the medium becomes sticky. As the medium is further dehydrated, it becomes gluey and glues a coating of itself to the walls of the colon as it passes through. As layer after layer of gluey feces piles up in the colon, they often form into a tough, rubbery black substance. Old feces may build up in pockets and they may coat the entire length of the colon and small intestines as well. They do not pass from the body with ordinary bowel movements but require special techniques to dissolve the glue that binds them in the body. Because nonmucoid material moves through the body quicker than mucoid material, the bowel tends to move two to three times per day when the intestines and colon are in non mucoid condition....’”

C: As far as our need to do “more,” I mean exactly what you mean when you say, “modified to meet the needs of the individual at any given time.” For example, with inflammation comes “Impairment of Function” so if someone has hepatitis, then their liver might not be able to make certain level 2 nutrients, which means that there is a time and a place for supplementation just like there is a time and a place for insulin or thyroxin when the pancreas and the thyroid gland are compromised.

I agree with you that in most cases all we have to do is satisfy our basic needs and do nothing, however, when our body is damaged and is no longer able to make things we need, the last thing we want to do is do nothing! I also agree that “most people think digestion and colon health is all about food” because we have to look at all of our basic needs as you pointed out.

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