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Posted by: ArwenLegolas, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 2:14am
I had to undergo a Colonoscopy today and I feel really miserable. Had to drink a gallon of Sodium Carbonate and the flavoring was loaded with artificial flavors as were the meds themselves. I feel rather poorly and really out of it and still have some weird stuff happening. Any suggestions on how to feel better?
Posted by: Victoria, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 2:32am; Reply: 1
Ah yes, I remember it well!   :X  It took a while for me to feel normal again.  A steady diet of all Diamonds and Superfoods is one of the best things.  Also, lots of probiotics that are right for your body, such as Polyflora.

I think Deflect would only help, too.  In fact, anything you can to to rebuild the healthy environment in your intestines is a good thing.  ARA6 and Intrinsia are a couple of other helpful supplements.
Posted by: ArwenLegolas, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 3:02am; Reply: 2
Victoria, I am not sure what you mean by Diamonds. I don't seem to have the same charts that you have. I didn't see a Diamond category with my SWAMI. I guess I could start with yogurt. Thanks a lot
Posted by: Victoria, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 3:29am; Reply: 3
You have 3 categories:  Superfoods, Neutrals and Toxins.  In the Superfood section, the foods that are the very best for you have a little diamond shaped symbol after each one.  Otherwise they are Superfoods, which are second best.  :)
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 3:48am; Reply: 4
check out the online protocols......
Posted by: aussielady582, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 4:24am; Reply: 5
Can you (or someone else) make some cultured vegetables (or as others said, probotic).  I would take it easy, put a hot water bottle/heat back on your abdomen, lie down.  Maybe some warm soup from your compliant bones, ie fish/seafood stock/broth - will comfort and energise you??  I am due for a colonoscopy in the next year or so, so I empathise with you. don't worry, you will feel better soon.
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 6:11am; Reply: 6
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/blog1.php/helpful-sg/colonoscopy-hints
Posted by: Maria Giovanna, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 1:55pm; Reply: 7
As a celiac I had colonscopy in October and I had cracked lips and dermatitis, B Vitamins and fish oils helped, but the damage was very long to treat,. I plan to avoid it  for a long time as all was good according to the MDs. I use probiotics like Poliflora A all the time and I did not stop then, but I lost vitamis and minerals, when I am a bit short of them already as a celiac  with absorbtion  issues. The darned sweetener and laxatives are not harmless LOL, They should have a harmless preparation option  imho
Posted by: 815 (Guest), Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 2:13pm; Reply: 8
I would say to pump up the vitamins and minerals and drink a lot of water (at least 64 oz) to flush out the medications and chemicals daily. BTW, people should always be drinking a lot of water daily.  
Posted by: Andrea AWsec, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 3:05pm; Reply: 9
Water-- drink and you will clear all the nasties from your liver and bowel.


Have faith things will right themselves in time.
:)
Posted by: 815 (Guest), Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 3:09pm; Reply: 10
Quoted from Andrea AWsec
Water-- drink and you will clear all the nasties from your liver and bowel.


Great minds think alike.  :)
Posted by: ruthiegirl, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 4:41pm; Reply: 11
How are you feeling now?
Posted by: ArwenLegolas, Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 5:51pm; Reply: 12
Still a little unsettled. My bowels didn't move until early this morning around 8AM, and were definitely not the kind I expected. Still have that feeling of fullness in my upper belly. Just one of those yucky kind of feelings. I had Green Tea with Honey when I met with my student at Starbucks and Sweet Potatoes stir-fried in 1/2 tsp of olive oil and a few onions for breakfast.
Posted by: Lola, Thursday, January 10, 2013, 7:14am; Reply: 13
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Sweet Potatoes stir-fried in 1/2 tsp of olive oil and a few onions


now is when to ramp up your genoharmonics :)
Posted by: Spring, Friday, January 11, 2013, 7:40pm; Reply: 14
I felt really great after my colonoscopy. A friend came to stay with me during the day of the procedure, but after an hour or so I told her she was welcome to go home because I knew she had a lot of things more pressing that staying with me! I seriously felt wonderful! I think the prior three days of cleansing was very beneficial for me and was mostly responsible for the euphoria. The place where I went has a reputation for being a top notch clinic, though. I have never heard the slightest whisper of a complaint from anyone who has gone there. (They do have a very strict protocol about how the cleanse is done, though, and they depend on their patients to take it very seriously!) The doc did an esophageal dilation while I was there, too, and I didn't have the slightest discomfort from that, either. I have heard stories from people who have gone to other places, and their experiences were quite different from mine.

I think if I were still having discomfort after a few days, I would be calling the doctor's office.
Posted by: Jane, Wednesday, January 16, 2013, 6:11pm; Reply: 15
Sometimes it depends on what they do.  I always feel lousy after mine but that's because I have IBD and they do a lot of biopsies.  I usually ask for decreased pain meds etc. during the procedure and sometimes I am awake for some of it.  It's the gas pains pains that get to me.  I certainly don't need someone to stay with me afterwards.  The very first one I had back in the mid 90s was a breeze.  I really could have driven myself home after that one although they certainly don't allow you to leave without someone to drive you home.
Posted by: Spring, Wednesday, January 16, 2013, 9:10pm; Reply: 16
Quoted from Jane
Sometimes it depends on what they do.  I always feel lousy after mine but that's because I have IBD and they do a lot of biopsies.  I usually ask for decreased pain meds etc. during the procedure and sometimes I am awake for some of it.  It's the gas pains pains that get to me.  I certainly don't need someone to stay with me afterwards.  The very first one I had back in the mid 90s was a breeze.  I really could have driven myself home after that one although they certainly don't allow you to leave without someone to drive you home.

I am sorry you have IBD - no wonder you have such a lousy time afterwards. :o I guess I can say that I don't have that problem since I don't have any gas at all afterwards and no pain. If I ever do, I guess I will know that I have been doing something wrong with my diet to bring it on or old age is catching up with me!

My dad had problems with his stomach since I can remember, and the sad part was that he was pretty good at figuring out what foods were "against" him, as he called it, but he would NEVER quit eating them. Well, he would quit until he "got over" the results of his binge, then, he would be back to eating them again until the next crisis! He loved my mother's biscuits, and he would eat at least two of them every morning until his stomach would absolutely rebel. There is no telling how many times he had Xrays of his stomach and intestines because of the pain. I wonder if he thought the doctor would come up with some sort of magic to make these foods "agree" with him! I've always had a horror of having those problems so you can see why this diet, to my delight, answered so many questions for me!

I wish we could wave a magic wand made especially for people who have intestinal problems. Every known drug makes them worse, and sometimes a lot of foods that should work for people act like they came from their worst enemy.:-/
Dr. D. certainly had his work cut out for him when he took on the job of dealing with these issues.
Posted by: Goldie, Thursday, January 17, 2013, 6:14am; Reply: 17
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I wish we could wave a magic wand made especially for people who have intestinal problems. Every known drug makes them worse, and sometimes a lot of foods that should work for people act like they came from their worst enemy.


You said it.. Many decades ago I was doubled up, in pain every day, 168 belly x-rays did nothing, until I changed doctors and the new guy told me to try his diet... haha ;D no more milk for my whatever the first doctor treated.. I was cured from the moment the new man handed me the paper suggesting : no more dairy...Yes the enemy was slain..

Later I gave up white sugar in coffee, and with it blue like (slight) depression I must have had all my life without ever knowing it / it took me three month to discover the blueness gone.. Another enemy gone by the way side...

Coffee with caffeine was a big drag, stealing my composure, making me drive 5 miles faster for every cup.. That enemy took me years of fighting to give it up.. I still like the decaf - wishing I could find another drink to satisfy the bitter taste...  have yet to find it.. but there is hope... Recently:  I am able to drink lime and Trehalose 'sugar' water in place if it.. the decaf enemy is still lurking..  but I am practicing 'Karate' on it..  8)

I might have other enemies.. like maybe banana, fruit, but they feel more like bothersome neighbors... No way to move them away totally, but a here and there visit for a small bite is ok ;).. Eggs might be in the same category, with fewer would be better...  

Yes.. Dr D took on a lot years ago, when he first confirmed the 'why' I suffered my first 32 years of belly aches...      
Posted by: Amazone I., Thursday, January 17, 2013, 8:23am; Reply: 18
I prefer other but also effective treatments and test methods ;) ;D......... :X
I evitate whitecoates whenever it's possible.... ok I accept dental work but then... all the rest I'm doing on my own....(smarty)(ok)(dance) :D ;D
Posted by: BluesSinger, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 3:45pm; Reply: 19
Quoted from Goldie


Coffee with caffeine was a big drag, stealing my composure, making me drive 5 miles faster for every cup.. That enemy took me years of fighting to give it up.. I still like the decaf - wishing I could find another drink to satisfy the bitter taste...  have yet to find it.. but there is hope... Recently:  I am able to drink lime and Trehalose 'sugar' water in place if it.. the decaf enemy is still lurking..  but I am practicing 'Karate' on it..  8)
      


Can you have Yerba Goldie?  It's been our lifesaver!  My husband switched to it after drinking coffee for 55 years!  ALOT of coffee!   He's very happy on yerba and so am I!

I love the taste of coffee so I miss that but I don't miss what it did to my stomach!  

BTW.. I'm in for my first colonoscopy tomorrow morning.  I have the Supprep Bowel kit.  I'm glad to have read this thread and the link that Lola posted.  I will go easy on my diet after the procedure is done.  I had planned to eat this wonderful seed bread that I've been missing out on for several days now in preparation for this surgery... but reading that link.. I think I'll stay on lighter foods and maybe some good beef as well.    Maybe I'll do a nice green juice shake to get some heavy duty nutrients in quickly to fight off the chemicals from the prep.  

I'm also grateful to be reminded to ask for anti nausea meds as well before the surgery since I get sick very easily from anything they give me in the hospital!

Anymore thoughts or suggestions or hints would be much appreciated. I'm kind of scared but I know I need this done and I hope it helps the occasional IBS that flares up out of no where... since going 100% Swami.. it comes on very rarely but it still appears here and there..  

Posted by: susanC, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 3:55pm; Reply: 20
I am so sorry for your colonoscopy woes. Colonoscopies have become quite controversial of late--for many reasons that I won't go into here. At my ripe age I have still not had one. Perhaps this sounds reckless, but they are just so dang invasive. Anyway--hope you're back to normal and feeling well soon. :)
Posted by: BluesSinger, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 4:04pm; Reply: 21
Quoted from susanC
I am so sorry for your colonoscopy woes. Colonoscopies have become quite controversial of late--for many reasons that I won't go into here. At my ripe age I have still not had one. Perhaps this sounds reckless, but they are just so dang invasive. Anyway--hope you're back to normal and feeling well soon. :)


gosh darn it... this scares me now even more!  does anyone else share this viewpoint?  should I not get one?

I've had awful IBS in the past and again sometimes it flares and I get weird pains as my bowels are moving things through.    For that reason I'm thinking I need one????  
Posted by: susanC, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 4:13pm; Reply: 22
I am so sorry if what I wrote has increased the scare factor. There are probably more people on this forum that will advise you to have a colonoscopy. But then again--we do need to listen to that little voice inside our heads sometimes. There is no 'right or wrong' decision here. I just wish they'd find a better solution to checking out our lower track.
Posted by: Mrs T O+, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 5:01pm; Reply: 23
I haven't had one either & I'm 66.  My mom died of colon cancer, but was type A who loved beef.

I should be afraid of colon cancer, but am not at this time. I do eat a lot of beef as well as other meats, but have other good health habits.  I guess I'm not too worried as I am an O.  I wonder if those stool sample tests are almost as good. I'll be glad to do those regularly. I just did 3 of them & thank God they were negative!

I think I am more like my dad, but I don't presume that I can't get certain diseases.  We can't presume a lot of things.  I'm so glad I found BTD & feel better about things.
Posted by: susanC, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 5:07pm; Reply: 24
The 'fit' is one example of a stool sample test. My husband's doctor has prescribed this test for him.

http://www.fobt-tests.com


Posted by: Spring, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 5:37pm; Reply: 25
I have been very fortunate, no doubt about it, to have had a doctor "on loan" here from the Mayo Clinic who did my first colonoscopy. He trained the doctors in the clinic he was associated with using his techniques, and they have done mine since then. I come home feeling absolutely wonderful every time. I wish I knew what their magic is, but everyone raves about them. I also have to have esophageal dilation done at the same time and never have a sore throat or any discomfort whatsoever. I have read other horror stories about colonoscopies and don't understand why the doctors are not more careful. I think they should hear about their maltreatment and try to relearn their method.

I was reading just now about ARA Plus being good for the colon. I take it every day. No colon cancer in my family, but plenty of polyps removed.  
Posted by: Amazone I., Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 5:56pm; Reply: 26
I hooked up mine todays ;)... got a little camera to slurpe and it took all pics of my intestines...during 24 hours... much easier then to come along in drinking junk instead ;)... Ok I hope I was the very first -one to be invited in this process...and none has done it before... talk about camera slurpings... ;) :P ;D (all about slurping down a capsule... not more and not less ;) ;D )............(whistle)(evil)(hugegrin)(shrug)(woot)... but also this due to a good compagnon who knew about my terrifique love and trust to so called *white coated* and allopathic treatments ::) ..... yesss peeps I know... I'm really environemed with gems of trustworthy friends and therapists' ;) ...(wiseman)(grin)(clown)(ondrugs)(bunny)
Posted by: Spring, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 6:45pm; Reply: 27
I'm certainly all for progress, but I don't know how a camera could see in there any better than a doctor with all that you know what not being cleaned out! Our doctor has us on a diet for three days before so I, for one at least, don't need a whole lot of "drinking junk" to prepare for the test! We can't eat anything red - even jello - which I don't touch with a ten-foot pole anyway. I was able to stay on my diet and manage with no problems. The  liquid stuff went through me like crazy and that was that! :)
Posted by: Amazone I., Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 6:53pm; Reply: 28
::) believe systems' tsk..tsk... believe systems... ;D(funny)camera is still clicking it seems (ok functioning;) )... and tomorrow morning it should be gone, all pics retained.... and yuk is all.. ok I avou did a colon cleanse before... not that heavy for me... justamente used some lactose containing products... = meant here is the easiest and mostly effective....: bifidus joghurts ;)... ;D ;D
Posted by: Jane, Wednesday, March 12, 2014, 6:55pm; Reply: 29
My father would probably still be alive today if he hadn't put off a colonoscopy.  Although it's a screening technique, they do remove polyps and prevent cancer by doing so.  Dad had one of those "virtual" colonoscopies and they thought they saw something and he put off doing something about it for a few years.  By the time he finally had one, the polyp had become cancerous and when they tried even the newest technologies to remove it, they failed.  It had implanted itself in the wall of the colon.  The surgery to remove that part of the colon which was supposed to be minimally invasive but when they got in there things changed and they had to cut him open from his chest all the way down.  He was 87.  This was a one of the best hospitals in the country with a surgeon who is the head of minimally invasive surgery for both Mass General and Brigham and Women's Hospitals.  He still managed to totally screw it up. He died about a month later and never left the hospital.  It's definitely worth having a colonoscopy in my opinion.

Spring, my prep sounds almost exactly like yours.  
Posted by: cajun, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 2:54am; Reply: 30
My DH just had a colonoscopy and had 2 small precancerous polyps removed during the process. He is type O+ hunter and is a big meat eater.
My ob/gyn has written a prescription for me each year since I was 55 to get one done. ::)I cannot bring myself to do it...as mentioned before..too darned invasive! :P >:( I don't have any problems with that area, thank goodness! My issues are all in my nasal cavity. :-/
I will probably do it before I turn 70 but for now....(hand)
Posted by: Drea, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 3:17am; Reply: 31
I was supposed to have one done when I turned 50, but I haven't done it yet...
Posted by: BluesSinger, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 3:18am; Reply: 32
Well I've not eaten all day.. I have 'juice altered brain syndrome!'  ha ha

Seriously, I've never had this type of brain chemistry when fasting.. It's bizarre.  I don't feel like doing anything and there is a very lightweight pressure inside my brain.    Maybe I'm on juice carb overload.  Who knows... I haven't drank this much juice in one day ever.  I have been doing water and Yerba as well.

I took the Supprep supplement at 4pm and have had the ensuing activity along with some horrid horrid cramping on my left side where I had surgery for a fibroid years ago. Ever since that surgery when I have bowel pressure, it hurts in that area.  I'm sure it's scar tissue.  

I get to drink liquids until midnight and then I suppose I get to go into dry mouth syndrome.  sigh.

I have to do another Supprep at 6am to finish off the cleansing and then my surgery is at 9am.  

Oh such joy.  I'm having my hubby bring some boiled eggs and a banana as I've lost the any desire to do any cooking or anything for that matter except sit here and wait for the next movement.

To put it lightly.. this is truly a pain in the as....

I'll be so glad to get back to some nice protein and veggies.  

I'll report back tomorrow after surgery.  Thanks for all your input. It's help me a lot.   :)

Posted by: susanC, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 4:25am; Reply: 33
Will be thinking of you in the morning and wish you well. Sleep well.
Posted by: yaeli, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 4:54am; Reply: 34
{{{Hugs}}}  :K) :)
Posted by: Amazone I., Thursday, March 13, 2014, 6:23am; Reply: 35
:K) :D ;D back @ ya ;)
Posted by: Averno, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 12:59pm; Reply: 36

BluesSinger, My wife and I have both had colonoscopies and they were no big deal at all. Nothing but sweet dreams from the IV and it's over in a blink.  The cleansing was the hard part, which did us both a lot of good. Eat healthy afterwards as everyone's suggested. Best wishes.




Posted by: BluesSinger, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 1:13pm; Reply: 37
So nice to wake up and read everyones kind words!  yes this part has certainly not been fun.  Didn't get to sleep until midnight and I drank myself into a hot tea and broth stupor until then! ha ha ha...

I've only had 5 hours of sleep so I'm sure that I'll be snoozing after it's all done.  Thank goodness... then I can get on with life!  

Again, I sure appreciate the feedback.  My BTD family walking me through...  :)
Posted by: Jane, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 2:50pm; Reply: 38
Since I have ulcerative colitis, they do a lot of biopsies on me so that my procedure is longer.  As a result, I usually have a pretty bad stomachache afterwards from all the air/gas, etc.  Drink lots of water and eat lightly afterwards.  Good luck.  It's really no big deal.  The prep is the worst part.
Posted by: Amazone I., Thursday, March 13, 2014, 4:52pm; Reply: 39
yikes... my body can't deal with that stuff @ all... :B :'( :-/ b u t ...got my first impressions todays of my colleague who wanted me to be his *guinea piggy* with that camera in that capsule ;) :D ...and all dearles... my interieure seems to be likewise from a woman of 40  years.... woahoa... no problems... nothing special...nothing -- found.... am I not a lucky bum ??).....!!! (dance)(ok)(dance)(smarty)(woot)(evil)(hugegrin)(hehe)
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 4:54pm; Reply: 40
Some doctors remove the air after they finish the exam. They apparently did that for me because I never had any at all. Yes, the prep takes getting immediately into a regimen that we are totally not accustomed to AT ALL!  I remember waking up after the procedure and hearing the nurse talking to someone and thinking that they were getting ready to get started! LOL But the deed was done, and I was soon out of there!! What a wonderful relief!! Especially when I got such a great report!!
Posted by: Spring, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 4:57pm; Reply: 41
Good for you Amazone!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(sunny)(woot)(clap)
Posted by: Amazone I., Thursday, March 13, 2014, 5:16pm; Reply: 42
thanx to BTD/GTD.. ;) ;D :K)(smarty)(sunny)
Posted by: Dianne, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 6:41pm; Reply: 43
Bonne nouvelle cherie!
Posted by: BluesSinger, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 9:15pm; Reply: 44
NO POLYPS!!!!! No DIVERTICULOSIS!  OMG!!! I'm so grateful!  I wanted to dance and sing and shout to the world!  But who really cares!  ha ha ha...

After all the damage I did to my gut with bad eating and the horrible IBS I have had in the past and the swollen belly, etc., you'd think I'd be a total mess inside.   BUT I've been following Swami for almost a year and things have majorly improved.. slow but sure!  And I've certainly done my share of bit-shin.. about the healing process... but this is such great news.  Thank you God!  thank you Dr. D!  

And the other great news is I don't have to have another one for 10 years!!!
Posted by: ABJoe, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 9:30pm; Reply: 45
Welcome to the wonderful healing power of Dr. D.'s plans...
Posted by: susanC, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 11:52pm; Reply: 46
Quoted from BluesSinger
NO POLYPS!!!!! No DIVERTICULOSIS!  OMG!!! I'm so grateful!  I wanted to dance and sing and shout to the world!  But who really cares!  ha ha ha...

After all the damage I did to my gut with bad eating and the horrible IBS I have had in the past and the swollen belly, etc., you'd think I'd be a total mess inside.   BUT I've been following Swami for almost a year and things have majorly improved.. slow but sure!  And I've certainly done my share of bit-shin.. about the healing process... but this is such great news.  Thank you God!  thank you Dr. D!  

And the other great news is I don't have to have another one for 10 years!!!



Who really cares?!  We do. :) :) :)  So happy to hear your great report.  It is encouraging to each and everyone of us to hear each other's victories.  

Posted by: cajun, Friday, March 14, 2014, 12:03am; Reply: 47
Bluesinger,
Congrats!!!! Good for you!!!
(woot) 8)
Posted by: Spring, Friday, March 14, 2014, 4:13am; Reply: 48
WOOOHOOO! Great news, BlueSinger! I know exactly how you feel!!(sunny)(woot)
Posted by: Victoria, Saturday, March 15, 2014, 4:21pm; Reply: 49
Congratulations, Blues Singer!  :D
Posted by: BluesSinger, Sunday, March 16, 2014, 5:13am; Reply: 50
Ok.. so I had the colonoscopy on Thursday morning and still I don't have a bowel movement.  Is this normal??    ??)
Posted by: yaeli, Sunday, March 16, 2014, 6:05am; Reply: 51
Supernormal!!! The intestines mirror your emotions, more than you feel them yourself! Give them a while, soothe them gently the kindest way you can think of, incl with turmeric milk, beef and bone broth..  ;) and when they feel assured they will return to themselves  :K)

Posted by: yaeli, Sunday, March 16, 2014, 7:49am; Reply: 52
In other words, the intestines are most sensitive and the preparation ordeal and the invasive procedure are a shock to them no less than they are to yourself. The guts need some recovery period from that.
Posted by: Amazone I., Sunday, March 16, 2014, 3:42pm; Reply: 53
haaa... glad to have accepted being a little form of *guineapigg<*.. my bowls do phantastically ;) ;D...(whistle)(evil)(ondrugs)

and last but not least... I was heavily asked for further infos about... the hows and what's and.... ;) trallala's I've done to be in such physically and psychicque superform and shapement at my age.... :B...( :o :-/ :P ;) ;D.. who asked about ages...??) )....without nearly no physical trainings... ;)... ::) :X ;D ;D ;D

oum sigh... hmmm ... it depends of my moods what will be given as a *formal reply* ;) ;D... perhaps is there any option to go for further *teachings* ??)...!(evil)(funny)(hehe)... he asked for it......
Posted by: Dianne, Monday, March 17, 2014, 2:58am; Reply: 54
Quoted from yaeli
Supernormal!!! The intestines mirror your emotions, more than you feel them yourself! Give them a while, soothe them gently the kindest way you can think of, incl with turmeric milk, beef and bone broth..  ;) and when they feel assured they will return to themselves  :K)



Yaeli - I am so impressed with how soothing bone broth is for the intestines. And yes, they (intestines) do act up with stress and this broth is the best remedy in the world!  :)
Posted by: yaeli, Monday, March 17, 2014, 4:08am; Reply: 55
Quoted from Dianne
I am so impressed with how soothing bone broth is for the intestines.
This I owe to Lola's special and unrelenting teaching work  :)

Posted by: Jane, Monday, March 17, 2014, 2:59pm; Reply: 56
Blues Singer - congrats on the great report!!!! :)
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