- June 21, 2012 at 10:08 pm #85149
Is it possible to have a reaction from organic greek yogurt ? it only has 3 grams of sugar and is unsweetened. i was doing really well just starting my third day on the strict diet after a 10 day detox. i had a bad reaction toda tho. my diet is:
2-3 eggs, spinach
2-3 eggs, big salad, 2 organic greek yogurts with cinnamon
organic chicken breast small
i am also taking antifungals and other probiotics.
am i doing something wrong????June 21, 2012 at 10:09 pm #85150
also, any tips how to beat constipation?? is that a bad sign that i am constipated?June 22, 2012 at 9:50 am #85176
I believe this is pretty normal…it shows that you have leaky gut. What kind of reaction did you get, can you describe the symptoms?
I personally would get the “leaky gut burn” feeling when I ate something that I’m allergic to…it feels similar to “indian rug burn.”
I would eat one spoonful per day for a few days and then stop, and then do this again until you can tolerate greek yogurt. It may take a few weeks/months to heal leaky gut.
The good thing is with leaky gut you can tell what you are allergic to easily. Later when your gut heals, it’ll become harder to determine whether something is affecting you negatively or not.
On a side note: I don’t think you are eating enough food. Try to add buckwheat to your diet or more items if possible. Try to eat 3-4 course meals.
Here’s the constipation remedies post:
-rasterJune 22, 2012 at 9:58 am #85178
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Did you make your own yogurt? And how much did you eat?
According to the protocol, you shouldn’t start eating commercially purchased yogurt until you’ve been on the diet for four weeks.
Quote: “Two weeks from the day you actually start the cleanse or after you start the diet if you skip the cleanse, you could test a natural probiotic, specifically homemade kefir or homemade yogurt – if you start one of these at that time, you should definitely use homemade products only and not a commercially purchased of yogurt or kefir. No matter which you start first, eat only 2 or 3 bites the first and second day. Continue to increase the amount by one teaspoon every day until you reach the amount you wish to continue with. If at any time you receive strong die-off symptoms, reduce the amount you’re taking until the symptoms subside, then after a few days slowly start to increase the amount again.
Then two weeks later, or four weeks after starting the treatment (cleanse or diet) you can test commercially purchased organic non-sweetened Greek yogurt. Oikos and Fage are two excellent brands.”
Read the post below for constipation problems.
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AbleJune 22, 2012 at 11:05 am #85184
My symptoms were skin related. I get a rash like reaction of acne on my face. It erupted the other day.
Ughh very frusteratingJune 22, 2012 at 11:13 am #85185
Dr. Mcoomb’s recently stated in his latest video that skin problems are caused by too little HCL (hydrochloric acid). He feels that everyone with skin issues should take HCL to remedy their problem. However, this is also a symptom of an allergy or it is also a die-off symptom.
Your liver and other organs could be too taxed right now to deal with the toxins and thats why it is detoxing via the skin instead.
I would wait until your body has healed more before trying it out again in large amounts.
-rasterJune 22, 2012 at 11:35 am #85186
Oh great thanks!
So you your saying I should hold off on that for awhile (clarifying)?
Also, if i remain on strict adherence to the diet, is it possible to still beat my infestation, maybe it just will take longer?
Thanks againJune 22, 2012 at 11:38 am #85187
I would try out eating a spoonful a day for a week and if the rash doesn’t go away or improve, I would completely stop until you have healed more fully.
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