Today I started my newfound freedom for food. My Food Intolerance is potatoes, and the combination of dairy and grain.
For the next 3 days my meals consist of carrots, celery and water. It must be cooked. No butter, no salt. Nope. Don’t you even talk to me about that onion. I cut the celery and carrots, cover with water and boil. Then I let them simmer for at least one hour. For 3 days this is what my core needs. I can have as much as I need.
I have Qi tea I’m able to drink and water. I am craving sweets, anything sweet, instead I am taking natrun sulfuricum as prescribed by my naturopath. This should help (it has to?!?!).
It is a struggling to not want to eat any chocolate. I’m craving it so bad…
On another note: You have to know when you’re on the verge of tears by even mentioning the “stress” in your life. Turns out you’re being sent a message, and you must listen.
1. Keep your body core warm.
I have always had cold hands and feet. I always feel chilled. I never thought much of it. I live in Winnipeg, and accepted it for what it was.
So over the next 3 days.\ I’m reminded by Dr. Jill Keep your core warm. I am wearing tights. Put a heating pad or hot water bottle in your bed. Wear layers. Think of yourself like the season outside. It’s shedding leaves, think of yourself doing the same.
2. Hydrotherapy. _ I’ll come back to this as I do it in a future podcast/post.
Understand that the detox you are going to go through isn’t all body; its mental as well. Clear your mind.
4. Clear your schedule.
No dinners, no parties, no dates. Just home. I work out of the home, but if you work out of the house. To and from is my recommendation. All the people who reach out a hand and offer help. Take it. Get them to pick you up things, grab groceries for the family, etc. Say YES TO HELP.
Candace Rae Wheeler