Timmy Tzeiranakis: Do you add any water to the olive oil/lemon juice recipe?
Ria Mag: What about for patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn's)
mrtruthforever: I have a problem with these recommendations: Firstly, very often, people
with digestive problems often have various forms of esophagitis or GERD and
raw foods can actually be abrasive. Secondly, using olive oil to stimulate
the gallbladder & liver would very likely induce a terribly painful attack
in one suffering from esophagitis. Thirdly, if there is congestion due to
bile, there may very well be gallstones, and fats (olive oil) could bring
on an excruciating gallbladder attack together with an esophagus ulcer
attack. Therefore, I'd appreciate a video in which you explain how to first
naturally heal the esophagus and then how to loosen bile after there are
already gall stones present (i.e., how to dissolve the gallstones). Please
don't refer to "gallbladder flushes" unless you can post lab analysis of
the stones and document before and after ultra sound results. Thank you.
Terry Licia Reed: He uses the word "gut" as if the small intestine and large intestine were
all the same thing. Food is digested in the small, and the large? Passage
to rid the body of all it cannot use. What DOES he mean by "gut" ??
jazz Lew: spot on, totally agree. the bile is the key to digestion and elimination
John Douillard: Only before a cleanse where you will reset digestive function and flora
NaturalHI: My Digestion is so slow and bad that my Blood Pressure shoots up so high
that I've been in and out of the hospital. I don't know where to start?
Don't know if it's candida, low HCL, or bacterial overgrowth in the
intestines causing my suffering.
RollyK92: I use coconut vinegar or apple cider vinegar half an hour before heavy meals
TheRedtaz: i been taking digestive enzymes for about 5 years, and i never get stomach
Simon Benjamin: How much digestive enzymes have to be taken to acquire these so-called
side-effects? Does the amount matter?
nv4l: Conclusion...I will take even more digestive enzymes now!
Lasmamoe: This was incredibly informative. Thank you :)
Sae Min Ahn: Hmmm I just say take it when you have a heavy meal and leave it alone when
you eat a nominal amount and balance of food...
88desertsun: Raw foods still have their enzymes, cooking food destroys enzymes. If you
have problems learn how to prepare some vegan food and only take enzymes
with cooked food. Just my experience though.
Lasmamoe: Im thinking that you didn't give the natural approach enough time. Some
people are so impatient, they want a drug to fix everything. Im not saying
that this is you, but healing your body takes time. A lot of time.
Lupinthetrac: I've learned so much from you, thank you very much! I bought your book and
am excited to read it!
Charlie chu: Thank you, but what if you do not have a gall bladder. I eat very natural
no food additives. All vegetables and fruit, meats and dairy. honey and
olive oil, but my husband and I have allot of problems with stomach we both
had gall bladder removed. Please have any suggestions. Thanks
Kunta Kinte: Todays foods & soils are - 50% deficient in enzymes & minerals so...
Wouldn't enzymes be a great supplement?
Sopalida: Thank you for this information. What if your gallbladder has been removed?
Any modifications or additional treatment? I have been taking enzymes with
added ox bile. It seems to help a lot.
shawnsent: I wasted 7 years of my life with that same theory, focusing on the liver
and detoxifying it only give short term minor relief. I've done 65 Clarks
liver flushes and all sorts of herbs and greens to cleanse the liver It is
not the liver one should focus on but the kidneys and the lymphetic system.
with clean kidney, body will automatically clean out the liver and the
lymph system. most of the time people get damaged kidney due to chemical
and heavy metals from antibiotic/vaccin/mercury fillin
mashtee2003: I ate leafy greens with every meal(I still do), still had bloating. I tried
Cinnamon but had skin eruptions! I started enzymes and my bloating problems
are gone, my belly is not gassy and now I can exercise 4-5 times a week...
I do agree that I am now dependent on these enzymes, but your suggestions I
have pretty much tried and it did not work for me... sorry...
MegaSpiritualWarrior: Doc do you recommend colonics?
extrmntr: Hi doc, i was wondering if you can answer me one question. Can i still go
without digestive enzymes even if im bodybuilder and eating few more meals
a day then "regular people" and taking whey supplements? Thanks in advance
and sorry for my bad English.
Lasmamoe: Ofcourse you can steam the beets, but it definitely takes out a lot of the
NaturalHI: Can't digest RAW right now. Can we steam the beets? I have a cold, damp
Suzanne Renee: Ways to condition the body to no longer rely on digestive enzyme
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