Thank you for your concern about too much too soon.
I guess it would seem to be that way, yet I have been working on this for a few years now, for the past few years I have been on a diet on about 70 percent organic. 60 percent of the time. lol
This year alone
I have fasted on water for 11 days.
I have done the master cleanse diet an quit on day 7.
I have had several shorter 3 day fasts.
I have done all the cleanses.
I even have a infared sauna to sweat with.
And I keep making excuses to quit things that I know are doing good because symtoms start to disappear.
I think I can start again, I have lost a lot of weight and then re gained it.
I can not do a baby step program or a slowly work it in because it allows my mind to let other little things creep in and then I just say ** this and crash ...back to all my bad habits all over again.
Some changes that I have made have lasted, but not enough to put a dent in all the symptoms that I am having.
This whole year I have been starting this , cuttin out that, adding this, and on and on. But I keep quitting before sufficent healing can occur.
And then I actually get down on myself about it and go backwards.
I am the type of person that if I give myself an inch I will take a mile.
Sabotage seems to be my middle name.
I love myself, just tired of my excuses. I do not want to tell myself I can not do it. Because if it can be done, then I can do it.
People have healed themselves, I believe what seems drastic is not as drastic as one may think, but nesscessary with all the red flags I have going up.
I just want to know if it will be harmful to my body. Am I lacking something my body needs?
My mind will suffer from withdrawls I am sure cause I have been through that.
I keep saying to myself I am going to start again, so I guess I need to be fixed on something that lasts long enough to make a big enough difference that I will not be willing to go back on. And also long enough to break a pattern that needs to be broken. Does this make since?