"I love my wife. I love my family. I love my pet. I love my job. I love my life!"
Cheers and greetings to one and to all! May this day bring your wishes to fruition and your worries to rest.
It's been two days since the completion of the Kidney & Gallbladder Cleanse. The number two question that everyone has been asking me, "Do you feel better?" The number one question? "Weren't you hungry???"
No. With but a single caveat, neither Tiffany nor I were hungry during any day or any phase of this cleanse. We had cravings for foods that we visually witnessed on television and drove by our favorite restaurants fighting the urge to pull into the parking lot. But these were not physical urges of hunger. It was simply missing the habit of eating solid food and the relaxation accompanied when dining in our favorite restaurants.
Yes. I feel MUCH better. Not a climbing the walls full-of-energy better. The cleanse didn't reawaken some hidden nuclear cells of energy but I genuinely feel better. It may be psychosomatic but I don't care. I truly believe mind over matter. A positive attitude will get you miles farther down the highway of happiness than jumping onto the negativity bandwagon will!
The very BEST thing about the experience? It cleansed my outlook on what I eat more than any other effect (except perhaps weight loss). I now look at everything that I am placing into my mouth with regards to "feeding the engine" rather than "cramming in crap". I'm totally more cognizant of what the ingredients are and whether I really want to put "that crap" into my body. My consumption outlook on life I hope is forever changed. But, even if nothing more than a momentary part of my lifestyle, I'm better for doing the cleanse than not.
Oh yeah... I plan to repeat the Gallbladder Cleanse over the weekend by upping the dose of olive oil and lemon juice. I did not quite get the desired effect and when I've consulted with others who have gone through the process they recommend this plan of action. More on those results next week.