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Month: April 2013

Recent testimonial from another satisfied colonic patient …

Colonic Hydrotherapy helped with digestive and gynae problems Dear Linda, Apologies for being slow to reply, I’ve been very busy again since getting back to London. It’s all very good news on the digestive front, and I’m so happy with

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International Yakult Symposium 2013

Do probiotics convey health enhancing benefits?   On the 22nd April, 2013 I was lucky enough to attend the International Yakult Symposium in London on:  The Intestinal Microbiota and Probiotics: Exploiting Their Influence on Health I had been invited to

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Find a Therapist Who Walks the Walk

Go see a therapist who lives their therapy; it’s not just a job to them; it’s a lifestyle choice       Would you go to see a Doctor whose Surgery was full of dead plants, or a cardiac surgeon

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EPSOM SALTS ENEMA

Epsom Salts Enemas to treat Constipation Epsom Salts enemas were once used by Nurses in Hospitals on those patients who suffered with constipation.   Indeed a few decades ago, colonic hydrotherapy was widely available in Hospitals, but alas not any

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INTESTINAL CORRECTIVE FORMULA CAPSULES

If you suffer with constipation, try these wonderfully effective herbal capsules   Those of you that have a ‘lazy’ bowel, and have had colonic hydrotherapy treatment with me, may already be aware of the highly effective Intestinal Corrective Formula No.

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GLYCERINE SUPPOSITORIES

Glycerine Suppositories to help with Constipation   I was quite surprised when a couple of weeks ago, I was speaking to a lady in her 50’s about how useful glycerine suppositories can be, especially for helping to soften impacted poo

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WHAT IS CONSTIPATION?

Does it matter how often we open our bowels? Doctors define constipation as opening the bowels less than three times a week.  I define constipation as opening the bowels less than seven times a week.  Although let’s be clear about

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Bowel Cancer

Bowel Cancer rates increase by almost a quarter in past 35 years It’s been in the news again this week.  Bowel Cancer (or colon cancer) rates are not reducing, but increasing, in both men and women.  However, the biggest increase

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