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Identify personal sources of toxicity
Two or three days after completing the program, or when you switch to three solid meals per day, enter one type of product not from the list of elimination diets into your daily diet, for example, products made from wheat flour or other gluten-free cereals. For breakfast or lunch you can eat a sandwich. If you want to start eating dairy products, eat yogurt or cheese. It is not necessary to take a loaf of bread at one time or drink half a liter of milk - limit yourself to moderate portions. See what happens in the next 24 hours. It will not be superfluous to write in the diary comments about each product that you enter into your diet. Note the following:
· How do you feel immediately after using it? Are there any unpleasant sensations in the stomach?
· Whether something happens shortly after it is consumed: whether mucus forms in the throat (usually after milk), does runny nose, fatigue, flatulence or headache (usually after wheat flour products).
· What is your energy level? A plate of wheat flour eaten in the evening, for example, can make you very tired immediately after eating or walking the next morning.
· What is your chair next day? Is it as frequent and as easy as it was during the detox program, or has it changed?
· How did you sleep this night? Was it a deep sleep or did you wake up?
· What does your skin look like and what is your mood?
Any noticeable change in the physiological or mental field indicates that you may be allergic or sensitive to this product. For greater certainty, eat the same product the next day and see if it provokes a reaction (on the second day the reaction may be slightly weaker, since the contrast is less pronounced), and again note what happens throughout the day after consuming the product. It is likely that some products from the list will be a source of toxins for you - those that either slightly disturb your natural balance, or are really allergens.
Repeat the same procedure with each product from the list of prohibited, which you love.
The most common products that turned out to be sources of toxins for my patients, as you now know, are dairy products, eggs, products made from wheat flour and cereals containing gluten (rye and barley), fatty red meat, soy products, corn and chocolate.
If you are severely allergic to one of these products, it will be quite obvious. The most common example is gluten sensitivity. Some people are characterized by a strong reaction to gluten, but for many others, the reaction to gluten is barely pronounced and goes unnoticed, since they associate this chronic, but not critical condition with other causes - fatigue and hypersensitivity. They get used to such mild disorders as chronic fatigue, a tendency to catarrhal diseases, headaches, regular constipation or diarrhea. Examining stimuli can be a revelation. People find that the cause of these symptoms is a traditional breakfast bun or pasta for lunch and it is better to completely abandon the products made from cereal containing gluten.
The effects of alcohol, caffeine (especially coffee) and sugar will become “louder”.
Having in front of you a space cleared with the help of the program, you will feel their true influence on your body. If you are still craving these foods, add them one by one to your diet, use in reasonable quantities and note the effects of their effects, fluctuations in energy levels and clarity of consciousness.
Keep records of how new products affect you when you are in a purified state. You don't have to be a purist for the rest of your life, if you like wine, beer, cheese pies or chocolate. Eat them and enjoy them - for digestion there is nothing worse than guilt, and at the same time be fully aware of your actions at every moment when you bite off a piece or sip a sip.
By eating food in such a conscious way, you may find that the large quantities that you normally eat have a stronger effect on you than before, and that much smaller quantities give you more pleasure. Better buy less, but high quality products.
If the reaction to a particular product you are testing is moderate, but still noticeable (fatigue, constipation, depressed mood), you can not give up on them forever or at least use them less often than before. Rotate products so that there are those that cause irritation, no more than once every four days.
At first glance, the process of studying the sources of toxicity may seem rather complicated. In fact, nothing complicated in it. It allows you to figure out how to maintain the results achieved through the program, and avoid the return of old symptoms.
Exit the program gradually, first go to one liquid dish and two solid. After a few days go to three solid meals a day, but continue to follow the rules of the elimination diet.
Rich came to me with severe irritable bowel syndrome. He suffered so much that it affected the effectiveness of his work. Attacks of diarrhea, often accompanied by painful cramps, harassed him at work. This disease is extremely negative impact on the quality of his life. He decided that since seizures occur more often at work, and not at home on weekends, this is due to his busy professional activities. I suggested he conduct my detox program. To his amazement, the symptoms, as if by magic, completely disappeared and did not appear even on the most intense working days. He continued to maintain an elimination diet for several weeks before allowing himself to re-use foods from the forbidden list. In the course of this detective work, we identified the cause of his problem. Of the forbidden dishes, Rich missed most of all the sandwich with egg and salad, which he ate for lunch most often. Two hours after Rich ate his favorite sandwich again, he had a severe attack of diarrhea. No more doubts remained: the source of toxins for him were eggs.
For 15 years, Rich tried to get rid of irritable bowel syndrome, resorting to the help of various doctors. None of the blood tests revealed an allergy to the eggs. He had to conduct his own investigation to establish the cause of his problem. For 4 years since the last egg and salad sandwich, he has not had a single diarrhea attack.
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Identify personal sources of toxicity
- Section A: Intellect - cards in a person’s personal life
Section A: Intellect - cards in personal life
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- Early Active Detection Methods
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