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2473Re: [Raw Food] Re: detoxification

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  • Mary Ann Hogan
    Sep 1, 2002
      Good testimony! Time to jump in with my own. Never had any detox problems, in fact, felt so fabulous from day one, that I felt pretty "high" and a thread of euphoria woven throughout my entire experience of life. I wasn't expecting any effects for a long time either way, so naturally it was a wonderful bonus. And this is considering that my body was so "toxed" that I literally could never get a full body massage because every time I tried, I got the most beastly migraine of my "beastly migraine" Life.

      Loved hearing about your phenomenal experience, BJ!
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: BJ
      To: rawfood@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, August 31, 2002 6:52 PM
      Subject: [Raw Food] Re: detoxification

      Sounds like you had a miserable time.

      The flip side to this: I did 40 days of raw food recently - I quit coffee,
      quit my beloved diet Pepsi, and quit eating one of the major food groups,
      chocolate. No, I did not do this gradually; I read about it, and then set
      a date to do it....followed raw food principles faithfully - not once did I

      The results: I had NO detox - none, nada, nyet, whatever. I never even
      had a twinge of a headache from giving up caffeine. (And we won't even go
      into how many years I drank coffee.) I would certainly think that if I
      were going to have any effects, I would have had them right away. At least
      that makes sense to me.

      If anyone is considering eating raw, but the detox heebie-jeebies have you
      worried, rest assured it's not as bad as you may think.

      Jump in and just do it.


      >Message: 5
      > Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 07:55:46 -0700 (PDT)
      > From: Regina DeLuca <regdeluca@...>
      >Subject: Re:
      >I can tell you from my own experience.....where to begin?
      >Headaches (migranes), joint aches especially in my jaw, neck and upper
      >back, fatigue, coldness, swelling (edema), rashes and/or acne in areas
      >around lymph. odor under arms, abdominal bloat, foggy and
      >dizzy, burning eyes, kidney infection, yeast infection, etc, etc, etc.
      >It definitely depends on how sick the body is to begin with.
      >Hope this helps!
      > raveness2002us wrote:I am a new raw foodist and I have been reading a
      > great deal about the
      >process of detoxification once the body goed from cooked to raw. i am
      >interested in hearing about first hand accounts of what to expect
      >with detoxification. So if you can please share your exprience it
      >would be greatly appreciated.

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