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I went to a naturopath for this and you buy the enzymes through his
office (depends) or at a health food store. Drugs differ in our
countries. I would ask at the health food store. Ask for the manager so
you don't get a newbe. Beano helps too for occasional use, but it is
expensive. Cheers

"Argila, June" wrote:
> 
> Jeanne:  Hello.  Question:  Where do you buy digestive enzymes and what
> are they called?   Have a good day.
> 
> Your friend June A.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeanne Kissinger [mailto:jhkissinger@home.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 01, 2000 12:05 PM
> To: mol
> Subject: [MOL] Colon cancer diet
> 
> Marty would have a lot of info on this. Basically, one of the
> researchers here at our university did a study on long term survivors of
> cancer. Rather he reserched what was published on this. James my husband
> brought it home, hard reading. I can't find the study but I remember the
> last name "Foster". I will ask my husband. Anyway, most people switched
> to a mainly veggie diet. So we consulted a naturopath, and he said no
> processed foods, salads or if they gave me gas, to lightly cook my
> veggies (stir fry, steaming). We use olive oil mostly for all our
> cooking (extra-virgin). There are different types of olive oil for
> salads, cooking, flavour, etc. For the colon, broccoli, aspargus, and
> any cole or dark leave veggie is the best. He recommended soy products,
> (not fermented), soups, no dairy foods, 100% whole grains, (brown rice,
> pasta). Sugar in all its forms is a no-no. (I cheat on brown sugar for
> my cereal and organic maple sugar) We have eaten this way for so long I
> forget now. A good multi-vit is recommended and I do take vitamin E
> (natural or succinate)and a baby aspirin every other day. I drink lots
> of water and green tea is my staple for drinking. We get very creative
> with our soy recipes. I have been lucky that my daughter has been to
> Japan and likes to cook Japanese food. Ditto Chinese food. We eat little
> meat so we eat beans, we do eat fish. We make our own granola as well.
> It is a drastic change from the meat and potatoes diet. McDonalds and
> fries are thing of the past. We eat organic when we can and it is
> becoming easier to do this as the boomers jump on the organic food band
> wagon. I take digestive enzymes and acidophilus. Over-eating is a no no.
> Try to prevent constipation (water, fiber!).
> Did I miss anything????? Jeanne
> http://www.healthyideas.com/cooking/news/more/980409.news.html
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