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From: Gina (71.177.95.4)
Subject:         Re: Why am I getting depressed on 80 10 10?
Date: September 20, 2014 at 4:29 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Why am I getting depressed on 80 10 10? posted by Mike on September 19, 2014 at 7:29 am:

Some days you are regular and some days you are not? You know that you should have 3 BMs a day, if you eat 3 meals a day. Certain greens, in the form of juices and smoothies can help you be regular, in addition to juicy fruits. So many dark leafies are laxative in nature. You need to make some fresh green juice.

Have you ever tried a fresh aloe smoothie? Just scrape the clear gel out and blend. If you want, blend with a little fresh orange juice.

I think the sprout diet is the way to go, but just as a back-up plan, if I were you, I would try the various raw vegan protein powders. I would try nutiva's 15g hemp protein (not the high fiber kind) first because it has a lot of zinc in one serving. Figure out if you have a protein deficiency, in addition to what sproutarian is saying about DHA. It's best to also use a digestive enzyme that has some good protease in it, to make sure you will absorb the amino acids to make the neurotransmitters.

I thought you said your symptoms started on the 811 diet.

A big change happened for me when my teacher explained to me that any fatigue in the daytime is abnormal (except if you did some really vigorous exercise). So when I quit eating gluten, I noticed I never felt tired in the daytime anymore. The change that happened to me is I understood what the proper standard is. If you are eating a diet that is making you sleepy, bloated, constipated, and depressed, that is the wrong diet, in my opinion.

I think the easiest thing to add first is digestive enzymes. Take before meals or sprinkle into your food. i am not saying they are full-proof. yesterday a lady was so bloated that even after a few enzymess, she was still so bloated that I had to give her some digestive herbs. THe herbs helped but she was still bloated, so I did some acupuncture and that took care of it. It's easier to prevent the bloating than to treat it. If bananas are making you bloated, then don't eat them.


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