*I'm not a doctor, nutritionist, or any kind of medical professional. None of this is medical advice. Always seek advice from your doctor before changing your diet and/or healing routine. I am just a human sharing my experience with this protocol.
March 26th, 2021 marked another 90 days and another mitosis behind me!
I remember when I was just starting this protocol and could not wait to finish my first mitosis. It seemed so far away, now I have 3 under my belt and I'm still moving forward. Although, not going to lie, this mitosis was a roller coaster.
Before we dive in, It's important you understand the first couple months of this mitosis.
About 10 days into this mitosis, my cell phone charger (I think) malfunctioned and began smoking. I heard some crackle noises, looked down to see what was going on and was hit in the face with some crazy smoke. It gave me a headache, made me nauseous, triggered dizziness, as well as creating a taste of metal in my mouth. Six hours later I still had the headache, felt sick, was experiencing dizziness, and had the metallic taste in my mouth so strong that I would have sworn my teeth were made of steel. So, I ended up in the ER where they hooked me to this machine to clean out my lungs.
Although I was exposed to that metal smoke in early January and a huge perfume exposure around that time as well and had really bad reactions to both, since then, I've actually seen improvements. For most of March, when I've been exposed to perfumes, smoke, and other chemicals, I've had little to no reaction!!!! LITTLE TO NO REACTION! This is really huge for me and I'm so thankful. I also know that it doesn't mean I'm fully in the clear. I still do my DNRS rounds every single day and, of course, am continuing with the beans.
Although following the bean protocol is already addressing MCS, Karen recommends if you want to step up MCS healing to eat 1/4 to 1/3 cup of beans six times a day instead of 1/2 3 times a day. She also said that if you're suffering an exposure, to eat 2 tablespoons of beans every 20 minutes until the reaction subsides.
I'm sticking with the 1/2 cup of beans 3x a day for now. I want to increase to Karen's recommendation of less beans more frequently but honestly, I hate eating that many times a day. I'm working to get over that, but it's really what holds me back. There's so much else I'd rather be doing than eating.
I'm thinking about making a hummus or bean chili type dish where I can eat it easily more frequently but right now, I'm not super motivated to do that. One day.
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Hi, I'm Dana.
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