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Raw Vegan 4 months to basically standard american diet... sick as a dog.. HELP. by ray34iyf ..... Natural Healing & Herbal Solutions w/Unyquity

Date:   5/2/2011 3:32:51 PM ( 10 years ago ago)
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Hey all,

So, I was basically a fruitarian for 4 months.. My diet was basically the following:

6-8 bananas
2-3 oranges/apples
some oat groats
4 cups juiced carrots + 4 T super food
raw honey

Through a decision that was basically made for me, I am now eating the likes of regular folks w/some oatmeal, fruit, processed breads, lunch meat, basically processed crap that most americans eat.

I am feeling insanely sick everyday... I wake up horribly depressed and this stays with me for most of the morning. After eating processed stuff I feel sick and weak... muscle twitches, shaky, spaced out of it, guts hurt.

I've had reactions where I've had a burger and some fries and felt insanely restless and depressed for 4-5 hours after this. Any processed Sugar has made me feel insanely agitated. The standard american diet is truely crap and poison... but I have no choice at this point. I need to get my body acclimated to it again... I'd rather feel sick and like this and have my family and friends love and support than the other way around.

Can someone shed some insight on this? I feel so ill and weak all the time and I don't know how long this will last.

I feel much better when I don't eat.

If I could get some insight here, I'd much appreciate it. I feel like hell but the reactions have gotten less... For instance, I didn't feel AS horribly depressed this morning... I feel better after a shower (hot cold).

Also, I have noticed that I feel much better and ALMOST normal at night and then feel a complete 180 in the morning. Wake up during the night multiple times to pee and having heart palps and can't settle down.

It's not just a Sugar thing or what not.. a burger and fries has set this off.... just a non-fruitarian diet thing... or something. But I feel horrid.



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