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Should I remove the parasite's favorite menu item..???
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Should I remove the parasite's favorite menu item..???

First of all, I just wanted to THANK everyone here at Curezone!!!

I really feel like there might be hope for me and this worn out body yet! I really appreciate all of your helpful answers and insights to all the questions I have been drilling at everyone lately!

Secondly, I am wondering what you all think about DIET during a parasite cleanse. In my own personal situation, I am a very reactive individual. I used to be a lot worse as far as food went, however fortunately my food sensitivities have lessoned to some degree. (meaning I can now eat foods other than strictly chicken and a handful of veggies!)

Since my sensitivities have lessoned, I have gained twenty (I suppose needed) pounds since last February (I was 93 lbs at 5'4")

However, I notice that I can only really handle a very small amount of grain without a parasite reaction. I don't know if anyone else is like this, but I get reactions whenever they feed. They drain me of all my energy and make me depressed and instill a deep (albeit, fake) hunger for MORE carbs!!!

There is this nagging voice inside me that tells me if I eliminate ALL grains from my diet for awhile, that I will kill off these parasites a lot more efficiently, but I am afraid of not getting enough carbohydrate and having my body embed itself even deeper into starvation mode than it already is (if possible).

On the other hand, if eliminating the carbs from my diet will get me better faster, allowing me to cleanse the parasites, kidneys and liver/gallbladder faster and more efficiently, than maybe my metabolism problems would soon be a thing of the past anyway!

I must say it's nearly impossible for me to consume ANY amount of breads or grains without breaking down and overdoing it. (overdoing it would be anything over 280 calories of complex carb a day --which is really hard for me to do.)

So what is your take on this dilemna of mine? To carb or not to carb. That is the question...!


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