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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 five star rating on Amazon. 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. Through that, he 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.
on Aug. 22, 2015 :
I've always considered myself a healthy person. I'm very conscious of my diet and eat mostly raw organic foods. But somewhere in the back of my mind has always been this feeling like there's a missing puzzle piece that I need to know. I feel as though I just stumbled on the secret of it all and to say I feel relief is an understatement. Scott Webb articulates the problem with empathy while identifying the cause of the issue, then presents the answers in a way that seems as though you already knew it. That's because these answers are realistic and practical to apply to everyday life. But I do feel slightly challenged in some ways, because I didn't realize that simply living in America provided such a threat to one's health and wellbeing. so I write this review as a disclaimer to prep you for a serious look in the mirror, because I'm sure you found this book the same way that I did: you're ready for someone to tell it to you straight. Good luck on your health quest, treat this book as a manual and map to getting through the unforgiving terrain of our now-poisoned world.
(reviewed the day of purchase)