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Be sure you are taking enough bromelain as Dr. D recommends and try this...

Posted By: Martha
Date: June-01, 1998 at 14:05:38

In Response To: ABDOMINAL SWELLING (ADM)

Locate the point exactly midway between your right hip bone and your navel.
Dig into it with your fingers and massage the heck
out of it for about 15 seconds. If it feels tender, you probably
have the right spot. Do this morning and night and
a few times during the day.

This technique keeps the ileocecal valve functioning properly. Also, if
you are doing too much fiber the ileocecal valve can become irritated and
spasm closed. For a few days, hold off on insoluble fiber, cook your
vegetables, avoid cereal, and take a pectin or glucomannan supplement if
you feel bound up.

My waist used to swell by up to 4 inches every day, which made working
out intolerable.

Copy this off quick before it disappears.

Good luck, Martha



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  • ABDOMINAL SWELLING
    ADM -- Monday, 1 June 1998, at 2:05 p.m.
    • Be sure you are taking enough bromelain as Dr. D recommends and try this...
      Martha -- Monday, 1 June 1998, at 2:05 p.m.

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