Seven years after I published my oh-my-god research on the dangers of colonoscopies – along with my protocols for pre- and post-colonoscopy if you do decide you need one – Dr. John Bergman has put together this fantastic video presenting the results of his research into the risks of having a colonoscopy:

It’s a great video and very easy to watch/listen to, so be sure to share with your loved ones.

And don’t forget, you can also download my free report on how to minimize the damage if you do have an endoscopy or colonoscopy.

More Disturbing Data on Colonoscopies

14 thoughts on “More Disturbing Data on Colonoscopies

  • Colonoscopies are way overrated! I had two in a 5 year period because the GI specialists who performed them said I had a redundant (longer than normal) colon. They totally missed the fact that I had a double inguinal hernia! I had to have surgery to repair it, and the doctor who performed the operation said he didn’t understand how they could miss it. Turns out I DO NOT have a redundant colon.

      1. I took 8 drops 3 x day when I had a molar removed. instead of antibiotics for 3 days prior and 4 days after during healing.

  • I’ve had two colonoscopies, and praise God I haven’t had any collateral damage that I’m aware of. This is an amazing video and I will share it with all my friends.
    Thank you Jini and Dr. Bergman.

    1. This “Doctor” has published youtube videos on auto-immune conditions and referenced IBD cases in a way that I find offensive. He, in so many words, states that one can “cure” IBD just by changing diet. Now, having suffered with Ulcerative Colitis for twenty plus years, facing it holistically, I simply beg to differ. My diet was perfect for many years, basically SCD among many others, long fasts, bone broth fasts etc, and I never saw results until I went about treating the infectious component. This doctor doesnt even mention it. My fear is that people will listen to his videos and receive false hope and/or feel lie they are the immune to healing when changing diet does little. IBD is a complicated, layered condition. I’m sure some people do get drastic results from just dietary changes, but most do not. This guy does indeed offer some great info in general, however, he is poorly educated on IBD specifically. Furhermore, I find is videos condescending when he speaks of just changing the diet, and that these diseases are simply due to diet and lifestyle. I will listen to this video, but I do so knowing that this man has a lot to learn. His communication style is riddled with sarcasm…..hard to get past. Regardless, Thank You Jini for, as usual, offering incredible insight into a very scary subject matter. You are indeed appreciated.

      1. Hi Karen,

        I can certainly see where you’re coming from in the view that IBD is a layered condition. I agree but I don’t think it’s fair to generalise and say that most people don’t get drastic changes from diet alone without posting some data to support this. I like Dr. Bergman. Yes, he’s sarcastic but why wouldn’t he be when faced with omnipotentence, ignorance, arrogance and condescension from consultants (that I received over a 15 years period while suffering from Crohn’s disease) and the medical profession. I actually haven’t been back to one in 10 years.

        I cut out high fibre foods (especially onions) and took a leaf out of the fodmaps diet and totally controlled all flare ups since. I started taking glutamine 3 years ago and have been off medication since. I was also diagnosed with MS last July and have since changed diet and lifestyle again. Im now hell bent on reversing both and curing both, and I will. I believe the MS was a progression of sorts from not truly tackling the cause of my Crohn’s and fixing my gut.

        My view is that without the likes of Jini, Bergman, mercola, swank etc. etc. etc., we would be a lot further from the goal. They challenge us to educate ourselves and as Jini states, every person is different in their journey. Genetics play a role for sure but the bad genes are probably the result of bad diet from our gene pool. Who knows. Anyway, keep well and keep challenging those who teach, but most of all keep challenging ourselves. Dermot.

        1. Hello Dr. Day,

          Please consider removing mold exposure as part of your healing journey. You can google “mold and IBD” to see some neat findings! Dr Jill Carnahan has discussed her findings linking both MS and IBD to mold. Best of luck!

        2. VERY well said both Karen and Dermot! And also realizing the HUGE effect that our emotions/psychological factors have in both our getting ill and our getting well. Which of course, ties directly into genetics. Bruce Lipton’s Biology of Belief covers this very well. And I also highly recommend Carolyn Myss’ audio series, Anatomy of Your Health.

      2. He explained the reports from the medical journals perfectly and he explained the benefits of a diet without genetically modified organisms. Disease is caused by basic four factors. Toxins, radiation, poor nutrition, and too much stress. Epigenetics deals with the expression of genes which are regulated by…DIET. So, long path to solution is do your homework and find what it is that is making you ill and change it.

  • hi, im trying to learn what I can do to heal my UC. I am getting worse and I dont want to get cancer when it gets into the small intestine. I have tried everything including meds. Meds made me worse. The bleeding has stopped and the stool looks somewhat normal. I still want to get rid of fungus and parasites. It keeps coming back over and over. I’m thinking it must be the fungus and or parasites causing the inflamation. Have any ideas on what reallly works for good.

    1. Hello Meg,

      Thank you for reaching out! A good place to start if you want to learn more about healing your Ulcerative Colitis naturally is at Jini’s symptom section at the link below:

      In extreme cases, the best and fastest way to heal colitis is to go on an elemental liquid diet (as outlined in Jini’s book, The IBD Remission Diet) in order to rest the bowel, eliminate any foods that trigger inflammation, and heal the underlying infection and inflammation in the digestive system. An elemental liquid diet is also a good idea if you are very malnourished or underweight, or if you have ongoing intestinal bleeding, intestinal obstruction, stricture in the colon (narrowing), or blockages.

      Aside from bowel rest using Absorb Plus liquid diet, other important steps that you need to follow is to eradicate pathogenic microorganisms (like bad bacteria, yeast, fungi, etc.) using Wild Oregano and then re-populate the bowel with good bacteria using Probiotics.

      Also, make sure to get a copy of Jini’s book called Listen to your Gut since it contains everything you need to heal yourself. And after reading it, you’ll have a good idea of whether you need/want to embark on an elemental diet, or not.

      Kind Regards,
      Customer Care

  • Hi I had my latest Colo Endo may 3, 2017. It could have been just another day. But when my body woke up, I became horrifically sensitive to EMF and dirty electricity. Doc, this is unbearable. I never knew anything about this until I had to start helping myself to tolerate. There aren’t any answers yet. We are killing our kids by zapping them. Men are sterile from carrying their cell phone in front pocket. Breast cancer from bra carry. Did you know the tested level of RF was done over 20 years ago with the phone in a harness on the belt? Did you know that Apple cannot call their portable computer a laptop by law? I could go on but I might just be wasting your time. At least until it happens to you or your loved one.

    1. Oh yes Dianna, I’ve been blogging about this for YEARS and my house is completely hardwired, with a corded, landline phone. Either type in “wifi radiation” to the Search box here on my blog, or start here:

      All the best in your healing journey and a reliable source who’s walked this path is former Silicon Valley engineer, Jeromy Johnson. You can reach him at:

  • I think this doctor likes to have attention, perform, & has little science & just reads other researchers’ articles, meshes them together without having done the research himself, then offers a smorgasbord of exciting shocking tidbits pulled from everywhere. He is overweight which disqualifies him from talking about weight & health & he talks too much.

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