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Product Details

  • Paperback: 212 pages
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (November 21, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1425902111
  • ISBN-13: 978-1425902117
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 6 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #353,592 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Author

This book has sold thousands of copies through AuthorHouse.  I've received many wonderful letters/emails/phone calls about this book.  One reader was from Russia, an oncologist living in Tennessee, who sent it to Russia to her mother.  Then I met her mother in Nashville, who was also a medical doctor.  She put out her hand and greeted me, "I want to congratulate you for writing a most excellent book."
     It's those kinds of things which make life great.

About the Author

Scott W. Webb graduated from Wheaton College, Chicago, 1981 with a degree in philosophy. He is the father of two grown children, Art and Maddie, and grandfather to two, Kaden and Hannah. He worked for the Anchorage Daily News in Alaska for seven years before moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 1990 after his wife signed a developing artist deal with Star Song Communications and then with Curb Music. In 2000, he became interested in "health and wellness" and opened a private colon hydrotherapy office in 2001, where he is in his 14th year. In 2006, he wrote the book, "Inside Poop," about his experiences and learnings as a colon hygienist, which has a nearly five star rating on Amazon for the print version. He has authored other books on a wide variety of topics and been published in ACRES USA and Massage magazine.

More About the Author

Scott W. Webb graduated from Wheaton College, Chicago, 1981 with a degree in philosophy. He is the father of two grown children, Art and Maddie, and grandfather to two, Kaden and Hannah. He worked for the Anchorage Daily News in Alaska for seven years before moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 1990 after his wife signed a developing artist deal with Star Song Communications and then with Curb Music. In 2000, he became interested in "health and wellness" and opened a private colon hydrotherapy office in 2001, where he is in his 14th year. In 2006, he wrote the book, "Inside Poop," about his experiences and learnings as a colon hygienist, which has a nearly five star rating on Amazon for the print version. He has authored other books on a wide variety of topics and been published in ACRES USA and Massage magazine.

More recently, he filmed the 2013 Cross Country season for the Brentwood High team, which finished in third place at the NXN Nike Cross Nationals, December 7, 2013. For the 2014 track season, the team beat the 40 year national record for best 3200 (2 mile) average team time in U.S. history (9:05)! Meanwhile, Scott learned that many student runners struggle with low iron as indicated by the "low ferritin" medical test. After making dietary suggestions for the Brentwood team resulting in positive feedback, he put together a recent book covering his understanding of iron assimilation in the human body titled "Low Ferritin." It includes dietary and practical suggestions.

His other interests include gardening, raising chickens, and a wide range of home fermentation projects.

Amazon review comments for Inside Poop:

"I have never written a review before, but Scott Webb's book took me by surprise ... I was truly encouraged by his wit and personal journey that caused him to write this book ... There are many good books out there on the subject of Colon Hydrotherapy and this now tops my list. It's worth a read if you need one answer for the toxic world we live in." Wild Irish Rose

"I loved this book. Scott Webb tackles his subject matter with great humor, knowledge, and insight." Piper

"Very well written and enjoyable as opposed to the usual dry clinical material out there. I enjoy Mr. Webb's sense of humor and it really comes through the writing that his true mission for writing the book is simply to get the information out there to help others. I learned a good number of things even though I have already read a good deal on the subject, most of which I applied immediately to my current health regime and have been amazed at the results already." J. Frasure

"Scott Webb's book 'Inside Poop' is the real deal! It is an absolute page turner and I could not put it down. Real information from a real person. Fascinating!" Crystal Pistol

Photos top left to right: the author, author's parents on a date in college, author (on right) with cousin at wedding 10/2013, author's granddaughter with her uncle, author's son, Spring 2014. Photos bottom left to right: author's daughter, grandson, home kimchee ferments, author (left) having lunch with his brother and son.

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This book is an entertaining, easy read.
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Scott Webb tackles his subject matter with great humor, knowledge, and insight.
Piper
A must read for anyone interested in long term health.
D. Elliot

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Manzanita Lodgepole on June 8, 2007
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This book is excellent for those who are seeking good health. Colon cleansing is the "only" way to go.... but so few people realize that. There are the commercial colonics, administered by a colonic therapist and also the home do-it-yourself colonic board. Years ago, I started having the commercial kind with a colonic therapist but then I bought my own board and did the colonics in the privacy of my home. This book does not go into the "how to" directions for the home colonics but gives you stories of what to expect from a colonic. The stories are great and the author tells it like it is. Two good books for instructional details of beginning home colonics are "Cleanse & Purify Thyself" by Richard Anderson and "Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Managemen"t by Bernard Jensen. Both excellent After you begin your colonics, you want to know what to expect and you need encouragement to continue. This book by Scott Webb becomes your cheering section with his flair for vivid details. So far, I've read the book three times.

Write more Scott. You are an inspiration.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Wild Irish Rose on June 17, 2009
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I have never written a review before, but Scott Webbs book took me by surprise. I have gone the gamut from cleanses, fasts, enemas and finally colon hydrotherapy, and I was truly encouraged by his wit and personal journey that caused him to write this book. If I had had this decidedly "Un-medical" book when my mother passed away from colon cancer, she might be alive today. The doctors attending her said that her lifestyle had nothing to do with her condition, that being hereditary, I could expect the same fate. I "thank" them for that, because I have been on a quest ever since. Knowledge is power ... personal testimony can cause you to go in a better direction. There are many good books out there on the subject of Colon Hydrotherapy and this now tops my list. It's worth a read if you need one answer for the toxic world we live in.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Andrews on March 5, 2009
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This book is an entertaining, easy read. It is written by a layman in terms of the medical field, but an expert in the field of colon hydrotherapy.It details the author's personal and professional experience with colon hydrotherapy and highlights the health benefits. The author provides plenty of resources (written by MDs and holistic health practitioners) for further reading for those not familiar with colonics or the principles behind it. If you are looking for an "unscientific", to-the-point opinion on this subject, this is your book.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carol A. Anspach on March 2, 2009
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I find Scott W. Webb to be an informative and entertaining writer. At first, I thought he was a bit loony when he talked about giving himself hundreds of colonics. Being a colon hygienist myself, I even thought that was extreme. But upon further consideration, I feel that he is right on track with encouraging any and all of us to cleanse and to clean up our act in general. Right on Scott!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By D. Elliot on October 28, 2008
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I knew a little bit about this stuff before, but never in detail and why it is so necessary for optimal health in the toxic world we now live in. Scott Webb is to the point, thorough and honest about our on going health issues and how colonics can benefit anyone. And how "conventional" medicine once again, misleads people into believing they should be taking a PILL to fix their SYMPTOMS, (a pill that makes conventional doctors & conventional drug companies a lot of money) rather then doing what should be done to FIX the PROBLEM.
A must read for anyone interested in long term health.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Piper on September 9, 2006
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I loved this book. Scott Webb tackles his subject matter with great humor, knowledge, and insight. If you ever want to learn about the world of colonics, its benefits, and more, read this book, and enjoy.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mary Jo Kringas on October 10, 2010
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We all know people who seem to get more toxic everyday. We can see more lines on their faces, watch as they smoke more cigarettes, drink more coffee, start more dramas in which they are the only heroes. Why does this happen? What might we do to prevent it? After reading Inside Poop, I have come to understand that cleansing plays an important role in ridding the body of aging, of addictions, destructive past emotions, and other toxins that seem to be stuck within us as we watch ourselves repeat old patterns of thought and useless behaviours. It would be easy to dismiss cleansing as an action done only by health fanatics, except that most of the population suffers from chronic constipation that worsens with age. This circumstance having been my own, I started using the 5-gallon colonic method that Scott describes in his book. I did this from home and I started feeling better immediately. I did my home colonics for about a year, twice a month, but then my bucket developed two leaks (I do not know the symbology of this) and I started going for weekly colonics at a studio near my home. The colonics themselves are not pleasant, but I consider this one of the best investments I have ever made in my personal health. I no longer have constipation and my skin condition on my face has cleared very nicely. Interestingly, my relationships with my teens has gotten even better than it always was and I have started being more active with hiking. Who knows all the benefits of cleansing? I am not sure, but I am very glad that I read this book nearly two years ago, and for the resulting changes in my life that it helped me create.
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