Post by andromedan on Jul 12, 2021 6:31:16 GMT -8
IMO, this could be a board to discuss different topics pertaining to (real) health and wellness. What a good diet looks like, what good exercise looks like health modalities and technologies. I've got a lot of information to share regarding this if anyone is interested.
If not a separate board, maybe we could put some stuff in here that we think could help the group. I'm on week 3 of David Avocado Wolfe's plant-based detox, which has a focus on ridding oneself of parasites. He says, very convincingly, that it's extremely difficult to argue against the idea that parasites run the world. Short of just classifying the "you-know-who's" as parasites, he mentions how all these rich elites that pull the string have big protruding guts full of tapeworms. If you know about the gut microbiome, the things in our gut can influence our decision much more than we know. I digress. He says that you're kidding yourself if you think parasites are a 3rd world problem.
I haven't seen any obvious parasites (yet) but I will be getting my first colonic ever in a couple days. Cleaning out the bowels is the main focus of it. He says we gotta pull that plug out of the drain if we want the water to flow through well. I've been doing coffee enemas almost every day for the last couple weeks along with saltwater flushes (drinking saltwater which works like a laxative).
The cleanse starts with only 1 solid meal per day for a week along with blends (smoothies/soups) or juices. Second week is only blends or juices, and the focus the whole time is bringing your calories down little by little each day. Week 3 is a water fast, basically as long as you can do it. Nothing but water, lemon, salt and charcoal (which he's huge on as the best detoxifying agent in the world).
I've lost almost 20 lbs so far, though that started a little artificially high, and I'm only starting the water fast part. I haven't really felt weak either, just more likely to want to sit and relax rather than go out and do something. I'd highly recommend this protocol or at least something similar to it. I've been almost completely devoid of sugar for the last 2 weeks so I have no ups and down with steady and consistent energy levels. My blood sugar will only get steadier now without any food. When I come out of it, I'm only going back to one meal per day, probably within a 1-2 hour window, cause there's really no need for more than that for an adult. But, everyone is different.