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Re: A new victim of UC
sheldon Views: 17,119
Published: 18 years ago
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Re: A new victim of UC

Hello Steve,
Only positive results that end in a CURE can demonstrate the right
treatment.You have the diet list and bread and red meat are not on it.One wrong food can irriate the colon wall and prevent healing.A one week trial will tell if the procedure is working.After your colon is healed,you can try other foods.
Go to
On the opening page,in upper right small Curezone Google search window,type vitamin E enema.The first posting issue 64 will give you the procedure information.
The basic diet has worked for many people.However,there can be diet differences in food tolerances between some people.Let your colon be your guide.Don't let your taste preferences for certain foods be your guide.The diet is the cornerstone of the procedure.Any wrong food or liquid will irritate the colon and delay healing.As stated in the procedure,the insoluble fiber of vegetables should be eaten at every meal.If you you do the procedure correctly,there should be a positive result within a week and then steady improvement to a CURE.
Once you get a basic diet that works for a time you can add one new food and wait for your colon's judgment.The length of time before the CURE will depend on the condition of your colon and how well you keep to the basic procedure.Please keep us informed.sheldon


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