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Location: Orange County, CA, USA
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What is odd to me is that my skin has gotten so much worse since making these positive diet changes. Is it possible it could be part of my body's detoxification?
It is quite possible that the body is cleaning out toxins from before changing to Dr. D.'s plan. As we stop eating "toxic" foods, the body can clean any stored toxins and heal. The skin is a very large organ and is used to eliminate large amounts of toxic material, especially if the normal elimination paths aren't functioning optimally. The less healthy prior to starting this plan, the more healing that will be necessary and the more symptoms you may see during the healing process.
Remember that you can't get healthy without going through the process, so enjoy the trip.
you'll enjoy the trip more if you stop honey and to a lesser extent maple syrup and any other sugars. whenever i come across someone mentioning honey, i see a realisation later that they are either fructose malabsorber, have SIBO or both. and usually have a problem with lactose, galactose, milk protein, soya, wheat etc etc.
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