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Toxic Colon - Dr. Joel Robbins - Part1

Dr. Joel Robbins talks about colon health and autointoxication. The video has some good info. but 30BaD wants to be clear that the 811 lifestyle is the only thing one needs to get a healthy colon.

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Comment by ednshell on March 11, 2012 at 3:41am

These videos have some good info. but 811 is the only thing one needs to get a healthy colon.  This M.D. recommends raw fruits and veggies which is great but then like Dr. Morrison recommends all kinds of herbs and colon hydrotherapy.  Thanks for the links Jelle! :)  His products contain things harmful to the body.  As Dr. Doug says, psyllium scratches and irritates the digestive system creating mucus.  Ingredients and Materials not supported on 30BaD

Here is 30BaD's policy on colonics and enemas:

 The *SHOCKING* Truth About Colonics and Enemas! By Peacekeeper Chris Randall

and on juicing which the Doc in the videos recommends:

The case against juicing:

Based on personal experience and dealing with members of 30BaD, we recommend skip the juicing and here is why:

Many of our members have had troubles with juicing such as indigestion, sour and or acidic stomach, acid reflux,  blood sugar spikes, dizziness and brain fog, diarrhea, constipation, and inability to absorb and assimilate calories, vitamins and minerals in spite of high calorie count. 

Juicing removes the fiber from the fruits n veggies. 

Fiber is much needed in our intestines to regulate hydration and water absorption, to slow down digestion so that the body can slowly and properly assimilate vitamins and minerals, prevents blood sugar hikes, and prevents diarrhea and constipation. 

Without this fiber, nutrients, calories, and carbohydrates can pass right through the system without being digested and assimilated and possibly lead to weight loss and or malnutrition. 

It is better to train yourself and your digestive system right from the beginning to properly chew, digest, and assimilate fruits and leafy greens.

If you are having a difficult time with calories, then smoothies might be a compromise.  With smoothies, the whole fruits and greens are blended and some of the fiber is still intact.

http://www.30bananasaday.com/profiles/blogs/30bad-banana-wagon-tour

Comment by Jelle on March 11, 2012 at 1:06am

I am always a bit skeptical when I see a video made in a way to make the speaker look like a real doctor with his tools and all. I searched his name and the first hit I got had some very very good information that is actually one of the more important cornerstones of 811rv: http://healthfree.com/nutritional_power_robbins.html

I wonder why his videos have so little hits and comments, it doesn't seem to be an official channel. Well make sure to watch the second part and read the page I linked :)

Comment by Ael on March 10, 2012 at 9:20am

Awesome!  Excellent information... thanks for sharing!

Comment by Evalina on March 10, 2012 at 5:18am

 

Very informative!  I've had problems with this all my life, hence finding this lifestyle was a wake up call.   I am now in the process of detoxifying and having a healthy clean colon. My bio-father is now battling colon and pancreas cancer due to this and genetically and through improper nutrition growing up, I'm trying to take precautions and measures  to make sure I can live life abundantly.

Comment by Jennie_Raw on March 10, 2012 at 4:14am

Awesome info!

Comment by Mr. Finckersnickle on March 10, 2012 at 1:49am

Very good!

Comment by Maureen on March 10, 2012 at 12:39am

By the way, does anyone know what diet Dr. Joel Robbins follows?  Is he at least vegetarian?

Comment by Maureen on March 10, 2012 at 12:32am

Thanks, great video! 

Comment by vegan witch Ⓥ on March 9, 2012 at 3:37pm

thanks for sharing this - im watching this now !

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