Q: What is GI?
Q: You mentioned that the intestines, when not cleaned, our body cannot absorb nutrients; don't we get our nutrients through the blood?
A: Yes, and the way nutrients get into the blood is through the intestinal walls. So if your intestinal walls are lined with old undigested food and toxins (and the average person carries between 5-22 lbs. of undigested matter) then the body has a harder time absorbing nutrients into the blood stream for them to be carried throughout the body.
Q: How often should we do an enema?
A: This depends on your current health condition, age, and other factors. We recommend that each person speak with Dr. Masoud to get a recommendation on how often it can be done. During the seminar we recommended that the 3-week detox and the enemas be done with the chage of every season.
Q: How often do you do a nostril enema?
A: The syringe we introduced at the seminar is called a nasal irrigator. For those who suffer from allergies or other sinus problems, the manufacturer recommends daily use. The syringe we brought to the seminar was the Nasaline Nasal Irrigator. We found ours at Wholefoods.
Q: How is the saline syringe different than using a neti pot?
A: The results of using the syringe and the neti pot may be the same. The difference between the two is that the syringe uses the force of the syringe itself to force the water into and out of the nostrils; the neti pot uses the force of gravity.
Just as a reminder to all of you who attended the seminar, Soft Touch is hosting a screening of the movie:
Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days
Saturday, February 13 at 3:00pm
19474 Rinaldi St. Northridge 91326
Click or copy and paste the following link to RSVP to the screening. Seating is limited so please reserve your seat today. http://simplyraw.bravenewtheaters.com/screening/show/13609
Hope to see you there!