Die-off symptom?

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    charlie1
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    Hi Everyone,

    Been following the strict diet and been using some anti-fungals and have noticed a chlorine/bleach type smell from my armpits. Just wondered if anyone has encountered this as die-off or any of the experts here know if this is normal. Much appreciated!

    Charlie

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    raster
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    This is one of the main conduits in which the body detoxes. The best way to reduce the smell is to simply drink more water. The body detoxes via the skin and its best to leave this unimpeded by obstructions (per my naturopath) by not wearing deodorant; if you wear deodorant, this simply keeps the toxins within the body.

    -raster

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    charlie1
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    Many thanks raster

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    mrs.candida
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    Charlie, have you tried dry brushing? It’s a great way to help your body get rid of toxins.

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    fixme
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    IF you do need “deodorant,” make sure you buy a natural one withOUT aluminum and even fragrance-free. Ewg.org/skindeep is a great source to check out the ingredients in health and beauty products.

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    charlie1
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    Many thanks for the comments guys! I’ll look into dry brushing and thanks for the link.

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    Sonic Boom
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    Would something like this be a good deodorant for use every 2-5 days?

    http://www.scentsuosity.com/productpages/rollon-organic-deodorant.html

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    raster
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    What I’ve noticed is that the organic or more natural deoderants just work poorly and you have got to re-apply them all of the time. I’ve only tried a few brands so I may have a close minded view.

    Sonic your deoderant has good ingredients and no bad ones.

    -raster

    #102038

    MissDetermined
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    I’ve found dry brushing and taking warm baths in the evening (alternating between plain water and epsom salt) beneficial. Ditto with taking a sauna/steam.

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    Floggi
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    ksenija, 100% of all the posts you submitted to this forum since you registered here, are identical. You seem to really need visitors…

    I find your page disappointing in that the only message is “I am right, just believe it”. The page only says “this is what you can eat”. There is no reasoning behind your advise, there is no proof, there are no comparisons – nothing.

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    EricaI
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    Sonic Boom;40525 wrote: Would something like this be a good deodorant for use every 2-5 days?

    http://www.scentsuosity.com/productpages/rollon-organic-deodorant.html

    Has anyone tried this deodorant?

    I’m finding that the past few weeks I’ve had horrible BO. I’ve tried toms, the clear crystal and two other brands of deodorant and none work well 🙁

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