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When dealing with people who have had their Large Bowel removed, what things should be considered when advising a change in diet?


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not too much of carbs of heaving a run away effect.... or even things like linseed (crushed & soaked)....no laxative thingies indeed...


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Are you asking for a specific person? If yes, has the operation already taken place?


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yes the operation has taken place. several years ago. elderly lady BT O becoming very frail.


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Obviously, as 75% of the immune system is in the gut.

Does she follow BTD?  I regard full compliance as a passport (well, before EU)

Small meals and least fiber possible, hence veggie juices, small quantities.

No onions, no hot spices whatsoever, very little salt.

Essential enzymes, probiotics/Polyflora, Deflect, Fucus Plus, all become vital and crucial. Also Live Cell, when she can take it.

Catechol (I am no health practitioner but I think x3 daily) is essential for both recovery and maintenance. She must have become at least 10 times more sensitive than before the op. She'll probably like it very much.

I strongly recommend medicinal mushrooms, which naturally have be chosen individually according to condition.

Was is total collectomy or hemicollectomy?


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Obviously, as 75% of the immune system is in the gut.

Does she follow BTD?  I regard full compliance as a passport (well, before EU)

Small meals and least fiber possible, hence veggie juices, small quantities.

No onions, no hot spices whatsoever, very little salt.

Essential enzymes, probiotics/Polyflora, Deflect, Fucus Plus, all become vital and crucial. Also Live Cell, when she can take it.

Catechol (I am no health practitioner but I think x3 daily) is essential for both recovery and maintenance. She must have become at least 10 times more sensitive than before the op. She'll probably like it very much.

I strongly recommend medicinal mushrooms, which naturally have be chosen individually according to condition.

Was is total collectomy or hemicollectomy?


Thanks for that very helpful, two question Why no onions and why less salt?


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Onions are too heavy for the traumatized intestines to digest and may act as irritants.

About salt, this has to do with the water system, which is also traumatized by the op. People after collectomy have a shorter colon and get dehydrated much faster, and therefore have to watch more carefully for their hydration. Salt always draws water and may create a problem. Less salt moderates this.




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Further for compromised immune system:

Astragalus x 2 daily

Vitamin D (Phyto D 2000)


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