The Clark Liver Flush was my key to breaking the cycle.
I left this site in 2002, but you can still find my old posts as "fectoid".
I suffered from a severe die-off reaction in 1994 and was SICK! I did the diets and had to cut out fats. Why? Because I couldn't digest them. I did the diets and tried other things on and off over the years but mostly stayed with a rigid diet. The diet allowed me to survive, but not thrive.
The reason diets didn't work for me, was because the toxins from the die-off overloaded my liver. That led to cholestasis. Cholestasis prevents the liver from cleaning the blood stream, because bile is the waste product that the liver produces, and if the liver can't move bile, or it backs up, the liver can't detoxify the blood. if the liver can't detoxify the blood, good health can't be restored. Bile is not only necessary to digest fats and absorb essential fatty acids, but it also has anti-microbial properties to keep unwanted organisms like candida from populating the small intestine. Probiotics, or "healthy" bacteria, on the contrary, have a natural resistance to bile. I'm not making this stuff up, it's all in the medical literature and I have cited references in previous posts.
So die-off for me led to cholestasis and cholestasis allowed gram positive harmful microbes to re-populate my digestive tract. Any further attempts to kill these bacteria only led to more sickness. The only way that I was able to break the cycle was to "jump start" my liver with The Clark Flush . The liver is a pretty amazing organ in that fatty liver disease which is caused by overloading the liver with toxins, is a reversible condition, as long as cirrhosis hasn't set in. By combining, in my case, the natural antifungal Tanalbit with a series of liver flushes, I was able to restore bile flow and restore my health to an incredible level. I think of The Clark Flush as the equivalent of a "defibrillator" for the liver. If bile flow is not restored, the vicious cycle cannot be broken.
I'm back on curezone to share my success story 10 years later. Search my posts if you want to read more.