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AloeElite

Has anyone heard of or tried this? It looks like it COULD be promising… but I don’t know. Thoughts?

You can find information on it here: www.aloeelite.com

OR here: www.ulcerativecolitistreatment.net

I also found a website “reviewing” it: healthyme123.com/aloe-elite/




3 Responses to AloeElite

  1. Matt March 17, 2011 at 8:51 am #

    I used a different aloe product and wrote about it on my blog. I got some benefits from it, but two things concerned me:
    1. The treatment protocol these aloe companies are advocating requires lots of immodium
    2. They make huge claims about aloe (which I think can be beneficial), but I can’t find any independant stories about it. i.e. all of the success stories are on their website.

    You can check out what I wrote if you want. Make your own decision then. I tend to agree with Julia, the SCD is a better bet.

    The first link is my review of the scientific literature about aloe, and the other two relate my experience with it. So far as I know, this is the only place aloe has been reviewed like this.

    http://www.naturaldigestivehealing.com/blog/2010/11/11/all-about-aloe/
    http://www.naturaldigestivehealing.com/blog/2010/12/21/180-days-of-aloe/
    http://www.naturaldigestivehealing.com/blog/2011/01/04/follow-up-to-180-days-of-aloe/

    Best,
    Matt

    • DavesNinja March 18, 2011 at 10:20 am #

      Wow! Thanks, Matt. Your posts/blogs have been helpful. Thank you so much for sharing! I’m enjoying your website. Keep up the good work!

  2. TammyBB March 18, 2011 at 6:18 am #

    I was wondering this same thing some time ago, and found a lady on the Yahoo SCD message boards who was able to tell me about her experience with this product. Her email wrote to me,

    “Was taking it a while ago. It is an expensive product and I dont believe it is worth the money. I did not see any results after the 3 bottles. The aloe in it is a polysaccaride which is a form of starch and people with bowel problems do not do well with starches. Get the book “Breaking the vicious cycle” by Elaine Gottschall who was a master on bowel problems and has a lot of recipes on line under Specific Carb Diet (SCD) and she does not advocate the aloe. The L-gluamine is very good and healing to the villi in the bowel, but you can certainly get that from VitaCost.com cheap and get the 5000 mg. per tsp I think it is. It is an amino acid, a protein, and very good.

    Sometimes people with bowel problems have a serious stomach problem, like no HCL in the stomach and you must take that in order to get well. That was my problem and of course, doctors concentrate on the bowel alone. Insist on a test from your doctor, they can do this.”

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