Just yesterday, I was very tired. I slept long hours, and took a long nap again during the day. I don’t know if I was experiencing some candidas die-off symptoms, as fatigue is one of the symptoms.
Today is my 6 to 7 th days since I started to take the anti-fungal, candidas cleansing kit, but so far so good, nothing too violent in terms of the dying off reaction.
Somedays I experienced more brain fog, fatigue, or gas problems more than the other days, and that was it. The white plague is still on my tongue, which means the yeast overgrowth is still a problem. The yeast is supposed to be gone after 15 days, so I will see what happens.
My craving for carbohydrates decreased to a very comfortable level. I don’t feel the urges at all. My appetites for foods also decreased in general. I eat 2 children legs a day on average, plus the green juice, and that was it.
I feel there is a greater ability in me to surpress distractions, and focus on what I want to do. I have a greater motivation to make money, and more positive emotions to enjoy the process, whereas before I often worried or felt depressed about many things related to work. Overall, I make a lot more money since the diet started.
When you get healthy, especially in the brain, work becomes so much more enjoyable. My social life becomes more natural and smooth too. I have more energy and spontaneity to deal with people. I feel more ready to deal with social challenges. In fact, social life is no longer a challenge, but it became something that stimulates positive emotions.
I went out to evangelize to people more often. Time doesn’t feel half as long as it used to when my diet improved. I didn’t have to push myself through the process. I still had to take time to summon courage and what not before reaching out to a stranger, but the entire process seems much easier comparing to before. It may have to do with past experiences and training, but I think the diet definitely had a lot to do with the recent boost in street evangelism performance. I just feel more relaxed. The depression and anxiety aren’t bothering me as much as before, and I am more able to focus on the moment.
However, sometimes I am still forgetful and experiencing “brain glitch”, such as miscalculate very simple math, zone out while doing important things (such as driving), or misplace appointment on my calendar.
The good thing is, these glitches are occuring less often these days, and I can work longer hours.
The future is looking good. But I couldn’t help but wish that I started having this understanding about diet and doing it much earlier.