DAY 2 EMAIL
You made it through Day One! As expected, we've already been contacted by people experiencing a variety of reactions, including:
- Stomach cramps
- Tight muscles
If you find yourself feeling really “off” during the detox and you haven't gone to the bathroom in a while, try an enema. It's amazing how moving the detox waste out of your bowels can make you feel better quickly. Make sure you're using a colon corrective formula and psyllium or oat bran fiber to facilitate waste removal.
For those of you who complain about hunger, that should fade as you continue on. Hunger literally goes away. It's usually not hunger that makes you want to eat again; it's habit and boredom.
For the next couple of days, keep in mind that detoxes and fasts are characterized by ebbs and flows. You have periods where you feel spectacular, energized, and alive. Then without warning, you feel sluggish, off, or even ill as the toxins make themselves known. Remember, this is not an endurance contest. If you reach a point that you feel is unbearable, listen to your body and back off. You can always do the detox again later. On the other hand, if you're feeling merely uncomfortable or somewhat "off," stick with it. You will come out the other side.
By the way, a side benefit of the detox is that you may notice your senses starting to come alive tomorrow – the third day of the detox. Taste, smell, vision, etc. can become greatly enhanced. Be aware and enjoy! During a detox, your body gets to talk to you. It's important that you listen to it.
TIP FOR DAY TWO: Everybody is on a juice fast today – no salads or whole fruit allowed for the next three days. Only juice and green food: Spirulina, Chlorella, Blue Green Algae, Green Barley extract, etc.
Remember to drink your potassium broth today.
Baseline of Health® Foundation