Orha, I'm gonna stick my 2cents worth in here, but please know that I think MH wrong RARELY and it's usually when he's missed something that I think I see:
First question: share with us what your daily diet is like. If you're setting up an acid stomach after your short fasts, therein lies your problem.
Second question/observation: you state you've done all the cleansing? I've been at this for 6 1/2 yrs and don't see the end to my detoxing; there's a light at the end of the tunnel but I'm not THERE. Today is day 8 of my 2nd fast of this year and I've been through a week of hell, but because I went into the fast in an emergy mode as my body tried to throw something (not sure what out through my dang feet!)
Keep talking!! We'll help you get a handle on this.
I know what you mean it's a never ending story with the cleansing. Overall I'm doing all MH herbs LBB liver cleans, liver balance, iodine, kidney cleanse etc for the past two yrs. I won't tell you I'm super consistent... Like when I felt better I would stop or forget to take the stuff for many days sometimes weeks. (except for LBB and PWA) but I am in the loop most of the past two years.
OK, cleansing/weeding looks pretty good.
I'm eating out a lot which could be a problem but very hard to avoid with my life style. For years, i took cut up fruit for lunch in a bowl. Other than that I never eat bkfst. MH likes that part. Again, for years, I drank my breakfast on the way to work in the form of a huge mug of hot lemonade with cayenne pepper. At lunch I eat either a salad or brown rice with veggies. Dinner salad and soup or Ezekiel bread or rice and something. I can eat meat sometimes or sushi. After the many videos I've viewed on fish worms, I will NEVER purposely put another piece os sushi in my mouth.
As I suspected, you are on a roller coaster towards developing a pH stomach, the key to proper pH. Mucusless diet is the way to get the stomach pH correct. Best book on the subject is by Arnold Erhet. Another good one is David Wolfe's Sunfood Diet Success System. In Book 1, Hay gave food combining but that's for the folks that refuse the mucusless diet.
I don't have a consistent menus it depends on schedule. I try my best to eat healthy or at least less garbage. I was on lots of fruits before but maybe it's too much for my body right now.
I've done 10 liver flushes so far. Colon cleanse.
I was feeling better but it came back few months ago.
And honestly I see my friends eat whatever they want and they are fine. And I'm getting pissed!!! TELL ME ABOUT IT! but what I can tell you is that it WILL catch up with them. Hopefully at that time, you'll be light years ahead of them.
Just want to be normal. Eat healthy but if I don't eat healthy enough that I will still feel good.
I think coffee is a trigger so I'm stopping it. My ph according to the paper is usually below 6
Let me know what you think. I think your pH sucks and you gotta work on getting to a mucusless diet (mucus foods lower pH btw).
First, let me say that I mispoke in the previous message: fruit raises pH, not lowers it!!
Where do you get your protein from? That is the most frequently asked question by non-self-educated. FACT: the liver builds human protein from amino acids ONLY. FACT: there are 20 something amino acids, the body makes all but 8 of them, these are called "essential" amino acids, meaning you only get them from food sources. FACT: animal flesh must be broken down into individual amino acids before the liver can use them ... a lot of work for the body. FACT: you cannot eat whole foods and avoid the 8 essential amino acids. FACT: human protein is recycled in the body; the liver replaces any worn out amino acids.
My understanding of my cravings: let's say I'm having a fit for a chili cheeseburger, which I did alot when I started this! Was I hamburger meat deficient? Doubted it. Cheese deficient? Probably not. So, I started looking at my supplement stash ... plant oils maybe? ONE tablespoon of an omega oil would bring that craving to a screeching hault. Recently, I read it explained this way: the liver finds itself in need of lipids for cell-membrane repair, it notified the brain "lipids needed." The brain looks through it's memory banks for high lipid food that you like and sets up a craving for that food, "she loves chili cheeseburgers." I don't NEED that junk food, I need a source for lipids.
MH fussed at me, I eat hummus and chips. I look for the organic in both. I could eat this for dinner for the rest of my life. I probably eat more fruit than any person you know in life. I eat my fruit in mono-meal style - all of one kind of fruit that I can get in my body. I drink green smoothies by the quart - 1 kind of green, 1 kind of fruit, usually adding some kind of superfood (spirulina, chlorella, cacao, bee pollen - high density nutrition kind of things). I drink herbal teas, a wide variety of them.
Hope this helps!
This is why I said I ADORE you guys. I can't eat a mono fruit dinner. I could but not for life.
Frankly, I do not enjoy fruit after dark. I am not a fruitarian. I don't enjoy meat tho, so that makes it easier. You're not going to die from eating a salad for dinner. Some enjoy a blended salad at night.
Living in NYC with the city life style I find it hard to follow a strict diet. Although I'm way better than before. I try to minimize eating out. Making lots of salads and juices home. What about liver flushes? Are you still doing them? I hate it. But probably need to do more.
Key word: Lifestyle - you opt for a lifestyle. I opted to change mine.
I never met a liver flush that I liked ... I only like the results of doing them - LIFE. I still flush when I feel liver congestion.