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Jenny
Saturday, December 10, 2011, 11:07pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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For some people, improvement is very fast and satisfying. On the other hand I know someone who is still struggling after a couple of years, and I believe this is partly because the exercise component of the Dadamo way of life  is being ignored in this case, despite the food adherence being excellent.



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On the other hand I know someone who is still struggling after a couple of years, and I believe this is partly because the exercise component of the Dadamo way of life  is being ignored in this case, despite the food adherence being excellent.

You may be correct in your assessment, as you are much closer to the case, but there may be reasons why the exercise is being "ignored".  

I know that with all of the gut and liver issues I have had, that getting waste out has been a major hangup in my body.  If I exercise too much, it creates more waste that I have a hard time getting out, so those systems get/remain overloaded.  When I feel good, I still have to be careful to not overdo or I put myself back to bed with stored toxins being dumped into the bloodstream and overloading the systems...

It may be a long-term project getting the body healed enough to be able to get to the recommended exercise levels.


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Joe, I agree with you completely.


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