If you want to do a colon cleanse, these are my favorite books on that topic, with links to Amazon to buy them: Bernard Jensen’s Dr. Jensen’s Guide to Better Bowel Care: A Complete Program for Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Management is a must-read for anyone willing to face the fact that the average person […]1 Comment • Continue Reading →
Sir Arbuthnut Lane was a surgeon for the King of England and specialized in bowel issues. He removed parts of the colon and sewed the rest back together, and in the course of his practice, he noticed that many times, patients after surgery would have goiters or arthritis disappear, etc. Often, seemingly unrelated […]6 Comments • Continue Reading →
Many ancient texts speak of body cleansing, the need to fast now and then, for both physical and spiritual purification. You don’t have to be a yogi to give your organs of elimination a chance to rest and repair. I don’t sell cleanse products. Arise & Shine’s regimen is purely a recommendation. […]6 Comments • Continue Reading →
You always hear about how when Elvis and John Wayne were autopsied, they had 10 or 20 lbs. of impacted fecal material in their digestive tract due to chronic constipation. I have no idea if that’s urban legend. Your M.D. scoffs at the idea of cleansing, at the idea that there’s a buildup of […]21 Comments • Continue Reading →
A healthy bowel produces minimal flatulence, none of it foul smelling or causing pressure, swelling, or pain. Gas is, as Dr. Jensen describes it, “putrefactive fermentations” of undigested proteins. In other words, proteins sit in the gut and become hosts for undesirable bacteria. The problem is, when converting people to a high-fiber, GreenSmoothieGirl diet, […]5 Comments • Continue Reading →
Yesterday, pee. Today, poop. Green bowel movements are completely normal (that’s the plant fiber in all those greens you’re eating!). Take a look at the horse poo you see along the road, if you live where you can see horses. It’s indicative of what they eat (alfalfa, all plant foods). You […]27 Comments • Continue Reading →
Green feces . . . part 1 of 9 on the subject of ELIMINATION, yes, pee, poo, flatulence, colon cleansing, the whole 9 yards.
Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: This is kind of a personal (and slightly embarrassing) question here but I really need to ask it. I have read that dark colored urine means that all the vitamins you take aren’t being absorbed into your body. What about green feces? Is that a good or bad sign? Is it typical? […]4 Comments • Continue Reading →