I am one who is absolutely convinced that the concept of colon hydro-therapy makes sense.
To be honest, in a world of fast food, un-foods, compromised nutrition, sedentary lifestyles it is the only thing that does makes sense. And I believe the need for it will be increasing.
I know the body was beautifully designed to maintain and heal itself if only given the opportunity and tools to do so.
And of course, if the sewer is backed up than the entire house is going to stink~~~ so lets get that sewer cleaned out first and give your body a running chance at health.
My question is this; I live in a community with an awful lot of "old-school" doctors.
Their opinion of anything different is to label it "quackery" or at the very most just one of those things that make you "feel" better.
The scads of personal testimonies, and most likely the recommendations of naturopathic doctors, (as they aren't "real" doctors, you know...) means very little.
I am, first of all thankful for organizations such as this which is giving colon hydrotherapy an accurate voice, but also writing to ask if you have an article or resources of convincing numbers, facts and figures for these doctors that indeed colon health is a serious issue.
It seems that in the entire body, the human mind-set is the most difficult thing to "flush out".