Lately cheating hasn’t been the problem, it’s been the freshness of vegetables. For example. I got a salad at work on sunday and something in it was bad, because all I had in it was romaine cucumbers onions cilantro and zucchini. A few days before that I had an avacado which wasn’t soft enough and I had a reaction to it, and a few days before that it was the overcooked eggs in the morning. It’s all mistakes with food that is allowed but that I’m not being mindful enough about their preparation or freshness. It’s dumb but I’ll realize there might be a problem with what I’m about to eat and I’ll say screw it because I’m so hungry. I’m hungry all the time so its hard. And I’m not losing weight or anything, I’ve gained weight since about a month and a half ago because of the consumption of avacados and at least 6 lbs of veggies a day, I’m just constantly starving. I couldn’t handle megafood last time I tried, but I think I’ll try splitting the capsules up. Unfortunately I have to take it slow because I have jobs in food service which demand high endurance, and my die off is already making it extremely hard. I think the sauna idea will help though, I just talked to my aunt about adding me onto her gym membership so I can go all the time and sweat out these toxins. I just don’t know what it’s going to take for me to stop making food mistakes. I’m hoping my new shopping list will make it close to impossible, but who knows. I just called a naturopath with a very good reputation for treating candidaisis who will see me for $225 and then do followup appointments for $85 every 6-8 weeks but money is a big issue. The diet is too expensive for me, let alone professional help. I’m missing rent and putting off car repairs because of the food costs, its crazy. And then I make it all wasted money when I make a mistake. Sorry to be a downer but this is killing me, thanks for listening and giving me suggestions.