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Cleansing takes some time to release toxins from within outward from the body. Many times these are expressed outward through the skin. Once your body adapts to a new baseline you should be feeling better after the cleanse.
You could then try our Daily Digestive and 25 billion Friendly Bacteria Optimizer after the cleanse which can support continuing healthy digestion and good delivery of nutrients to the gastrointestinal tract. This will be central to helping to build better immunity, metabolism, energy and vitality which in turn will support our mental / emotional well-being and whole body health.
I like reading that you are looking for gentle support, which is what our Revive 5-day cleanse aims to provide. You can eat during this cleanse - we suggest light meals based on fresh fruit, vegetables, and lean, high qualty protein so you feel nourished. This can be repeated if needed, so a 10 day program is still under the 13 days you mention. I do not know that you need to add on other products, whether you do this for 5 or 10 days. How you feel after Day 5 may be the best way to decide.
Thank you for being a teacher and for taking care of your own well-being.
Taking saunas is entirely a personal decision.
Our recommendation would be if you do incorporate into your cleanse detoxing then make sure you re-hydrate with plenty of water afterward as a loss of electrolytes will occur and you may develop fatigue and weakness.
I am glad you are a long time user of our products. I am distressed to read of your exposure to toxicity. I appreciate your dilemma. In my opinion, if you have not already made your own decision, I suggest you start with the Master Cleanse, followed by the ginger kit.
This plant shares the same family as Soy as Fabaceae (Legumes). I am not familiar of the chemical characters of this plant or the plant part used. However if it has certain proteins and/or oils similar in chemical structure as soy then there would be a potential for allergic reaction particular if the plant part used is a "bean pod".
Yes, Milk thistle seed is safe in pregnancy. Have you told your Hepatitis C physician that you are pregnant and taking Milk Thistle? I encourage you to do so, because there is solid scientific evidence s/he can find from reputable sites on milk thistle's safety and effectiveness. I wish you a healthy, happy pregnancy!
It is always best to allow the gut flora to maintain a normal state after cleansing and returning to a normal diet. Waiting for a certain period of time between cleanses would be recommended. Reducing Digestive Stimulator is always a good idea if loose stools are present.
It is common in pregnancy to have problems like a history of constipation clear up with eating more fruits, vegetables, drinking much more water, safe herb teas, and generally following a good prenatal plan, the safest are: fiber (foods as above), hydration, and exercise. In pregnancy, less is more, so safety first.
First, follow your doctor's program, including testing for SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth). Depending upon the results, my own preference would be for you to show your doctor information about our internal cleansing kits. Ask if he will monitor your progress, making betaine, protein meal, or other adjustments as needed.
You can have healthy digestion! But doing it at home on your own without support, considering what you have found so far, makes me want what is in your best interest. Support from your doctor could be a 3 minute phone call, text, or email every three to five days, if all is going well.
We have dietary considerations in all of our cleanses and please use the manual for those recommendations.
In many cases elimination diets are typically used to determine what foods are triggering troublesome symptoms and some specialists use a low FODMAP diet. In any case it is specific carbohydrates as a problem. To address more suitable foods to include on a low-FODMAP diet would be these:
Fruits ---Bananas, Blueberries, Grapefruit, Lemon , Raspberrie
Vegetables--- Carrots, Celery, Green Beans, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Zucchini
Grains---Gluten free breads and cereals, Rice, Oats, Polenta, Tapioca
Milk products---Lactose free milk, yogurt, hard cheeses
Other---Tofu, Sugar, Maple syrup, Molasses