Just wondered what your feelings were on this. If we only know if we have colon
polyps by taking a colonoscopy, and we don't want to do that, is there a protocol
to dissolve possible polyps that may be there?
Also, if we were told at age 10 (after a colonoscopy) that the lining of our colon indicated we would have colon cancer by age 50, what could we do to prevent that?
What are your thoughts on colonoscopies, and what is a good alternative to assuring
ourselves we don't have colon cancer or polyps?
Just curious what your thoughts were on these issues! Thanks Lee
You can do regular cleanses of the Colon and many remove all polyps and crap quite easily. As long as you keep this area clean i.e everything is able to move and escape as it should then you shouldn't have a problem as long as your diet is correct. If people just follow my protocols for Cancer throughout their lifes then they should do well enough to not get Cancer unless they get a serious dose of radiation or a chemical buildup etc etc.
Colonics and Enemas shouldn't be done on a regular basis and only really in emergencies and the bacteria must be added back.