If you are planning to do a detoxification diet, it’s very important not to plunge yourself into a cleanse. If you jump right into aggressive detoxification, there’s a big chance that you’ll end up feeling terrible.
There are several reasons why detoxification done too quickly can leave you feeling horrible. One possible explanation is that you had so many toxic compounds in your body that your liver and kidneys became overwhelmed.
The lesson to learn from this is to go more slowly in the future, to take your time, and particularly if you haven’t done a detox in a long, long time.
It’s the same as if you haven’t exercised in a long time; you don’t suddenly go full-on into a fitness program. You need to take your time and gradually build up your level of physical activity.
And it’s the same with the cleanse. Once you’ve completed a few milder cleansers, you can move on and go and do some more intermediate
Cleansing. From there, you can undertake a more aggressive cleanse which can involve colonic irrigation, enemas, detoxification herbs, and bitter juices, which can stimulate the release of toxic bile.
You need to take your time and undertake detoxification intelligently and logically.
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But what are you going to do now that you’re already feeling horrible while doing a cleanse? How can you turn the boat around?
There are several steps you can take. You could switch to a nice, light diet for seven to ten days. During that time, don’t eat a lot of fatty or fried foods. Instead, eat things like fish, chicken broth, and bone broth. Sip hot water
with a little bit of honey and lemon juice. Eat things like salad, brown rice, and vegetables.
Try to keep active, even if you’re not feeling your best. Go for a walk, even if it’s only a five-minute walk. You’ll find that walking aids in both physical and mental recovery.
Exercise allows the liver and gut to work more effectively and release a lot of toxins into the digestive system.
Next, drink more water. Give up alcohol for at least a month if you’re feeling poorly.
By being an active person, especially exercising regularly and then undergoing cleanse, you’re not going to suffer from these kinds of problems usually.
I will be backing off most dietary supplements for a while if you’re feeling very poorly. And, don’t necessarily jump back into a whole raft of nutritional supplements.
The bottom line is that I recommend taking a nice and easy approach to detoxification. Following a system that has been put together by a knowledgeable practitioner is the way to go.
Now, you can probably understand why I created the Candida Crusher program. It is a program that helps people avoid plunging head-on into detoxification and suffering as a result.
You’ve got a huge, tremendous amount of bacteria and activity in the gut, and you can’t do an incredible turnaround on a dime when it comes to the gut.
You need to take your time, and by understanding that process, you’re going to avoid nasty side effects.