Is there such a thing as “mucoid plaque?”



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    Mucoid plaque also known as mucoid rope (what poeticisms!) are terms coined by naturopath Richard Anderson to describe a thick coating of food residue in the intestines.  Anderson apparently coined the term as an advertising gimic to help him sell his line of colon cleansing products.  Doctors are skeptical about the existence of Mucoid plaque.  According to a health article on, “Edward Thuman, a pathologist at the University of Texas School of Medicine says that he has “seen several thousand intestinal biopsies and have never seen any ‘mucoid plaque.'”

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