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Re: My Series of Unfortunate Events Morgellons & Exfoliative Chelitis Can't Smile/Laugh :( Trying to Stay Positive But Life Just Seems Cruel Need Some Advice
 
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Re: My Series of Unfortunate Events Morgellons & Exfoliative Chelitis Can't Smile/Laugh :( Trying to Stay Positive But Life Just Seems Cruel Need Some Advice


Thank you so very much for the suggestions and additional protocol link BB. I'm glad to hear your doing well what great news! Your inspirational words mean so much to me right now. It gives me hope that I can still salvage my future and get my immune system back on the right track.

I definetely agree with you that diet plays a critical role in Morgellons. When I was stressed out with the bed bugs my diet took a nose dive. Fast food every other day, cake, cookies, pizza and chips were a mainstay in my diet. Needless to say I definetely did some serious toxic damage to my gastrointestinal tract.

I have been buying a ton of organic leafy green vegetables lately. In my fridge right now I have kale, collard greens, spinach, brocholi & cabbage. I eat a couple of organic eggs every day and for dinner I usually have organic fish or chicken. I avoid GMO, sugar, flour, alcohol & coffee at all costs.

From your advice on diet BB I feel that the main things I have to refine in my diet to be sucessful are binge eating, eating smaller portions, eating slowly and cutting down on the amount of fruits I eat. I crave fruit in the morning when I wake up before I go to class. I know everyone is different when it comes to diet & nutrition, but how many meals did you typically eat a day during your recovery? I'm a smaller guy around 150 pounds if that helps. Would it be a good idea to cut the green apples and lemons out of my diet? How much fruit did you allow yourself to eat each day? Did you not eat any fruit some days? I'd be fine with organic berries in fact I'd actually prefer organic berries over apples & lemons since it would be much easier to eat considering my sore lips. The Xylitol sounds promising I'll have to read more about that.

Sorry I got a bit carried away there with the questions BB. I just want to get to the root of this problem with my gut. The probiotic & digestive enzymes have helped a great deal, but it still sounds like a warzone sometimes. Reducing stress is going to be key for me I'm a high strung person by nature. Exercising seems to be the best relief for me. I'm afraid I haven't been getting enough sleep lately. I need to make sleep a greater priority so my body can properly repair itself. I want to replace my cotton sheets, but I'm not sure what material I should go for. Will the static feeling I'm getting with my bed sheets and clothing fade away as I start to get better on my way to recovery? Any procedures I should take?

Thanks again for taking the time to help me out everyone I really appreciate it.
 

 
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