So I’ve been looking for a true method of healing from modern diseases for well over 10 years, this has led to researching many things and I do believe I’m now on to something here! I was always confused with supplementation and nutrition requirements, but that all changed, I was following a friend of a friend on social media that was using this system and she managed to avoid surgery for a heart fibrillation which is pretty damn impressive I thought! So I bought the book and straight away I thought ‘this is it’! No supplements, no strange foods just simple fruit and veg with fasting and plain water enemas.
I’ve now done 2 weeks of the ‘transition diet’ and thought I would keep a light blog for future reference which might aid myself and anyone else that chooses to take the same path. I don’t have any major aliments but I do struggle with feeling lethargic quite often and this has been for many years now, so I would use coffee and sugar to overcome with unsatisfying results.
2 weeks in…..
Major dietary changes are; no alcohol, coffee/tea, pasta, processed sugar, beans, and legumes. I already eat vegetarian (organic mainly) and try to stay mainly around whole foods although I definitely do let this slide sometimes. Coffee and pasta was a staple of mine and alcohol was consumed to relax on some evenings. 3 x enemas in so far 😉 and intermediate fasting most day 16/8hrs
Things I’ve found….
16/8 fasting is pretty easy, just skipping breakfast is really all it is, you can still have a lemon, water and honey drink or fresh juice (I’ve also thrown a couple of hot chocolates in with oat milk).
It might of been stopping drinking coffee or a mixture of other things, who knows, but my bowl movements slowed down allot! Enemas are used to help clear the blockages and also natural herb laxative (like senna) can be used to help get things moving at the start (where I still am).
Week 1:- quite good energy.
Week 2:- mild weakness, heavy legs and tiredness (today this seems to have passed though). Overall:-more consistency of energy be it low or high, less fluctuation so it seems.
I’m already quite a slender chap so I usually try to keep up with some body weight exercises to maintain some muscle mass, I’m hoping this lifestyle change doesn’t mean weight loss!
I’ve stopped the diet as decided not to go immerse fully into it yet…. I slowly transitioned over a couple of days back to my usual food. I was happy with the results after a brief period of doing it and there is still an echo of the protocol in my daily norm now. My energy levels were back up and I was feeling good!