Day 4. No, it's not a vast wasteland of headaches and hunger anymore.
OK, well, a little hungry. I still get my 4 PM feed me or die feelings, but I have to say.
I feel freaking amazing.
I guess I'm over the hump. My chiropractor told me last night that the days 2 and 3 of this diet change were the hardest, and from here it was all smooth sailing and rainbows. He said when he does it he wants to kill someone on day 3.
I have to say I came very close yesterday. If the people I were emailing with were in my state, I'd be in prison right now for first degree murder.
Sure enough, when I was leaving his office there was a rainbow in the sky.
But this morning when I woke up I did not bound out of bed ready to start the day. In fact, I hit the snooze button for 30 minutes. When I did finally get up though I found I could put one foot in front of the other without pain and my head felt clear. Then I got to the mirror.
Something was different.
My skin was clear. Now, I have clear skin. In fact, I've been told by many people that they hate me because I haven't had a pimple in the last decade. My husband who suffered from acne as a teenager just sighs when I claim to have a blemish. It's usually a scratch on my face or a piece of food. I do get roseasca when I drink a lot, but in the past few years that seems to have gone down.
But today my skin was really clear. I was nearly glowing.
One of the reasons why I began this diet change was that I had been experiencing a surge of skin allergies. Rashes, hives, itchiness, and general redness. All gone. No weird welts on my neck. No odd lines on my arms. My red toned skin, which I thought was just my natural color, was a healthy rosy pink.
Of course the first thing I thought wasn't, yay, I'm healthy!
It was crap, this is working and I have to keep going.
So goodbye bread. It looks like it will be a while before we meet again.
And beer, well I can't even think about missing you yet. Tomorrow at the family bbq will be test enough.
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