30 Days of Awesome

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This post will get you caught up to just before my May appointment (aka, about three months with Doc), and it’s an easy post: 30 days of feeling awesome. Great energy during the day and at night I sleep like I’m hibernating. My digestion is good, better (though not totally great — I’m much more regular than I used to be, going almost daily, which is a huge change, and I’ve come to realize that fiber is playing a huge role in this, too, along with everything else). I’ve been tracking what I eat on My Fitness Pal so I can see how much protein I’m getting (as Doc tells me, hair needs protein) and that’s how I realized how little fiber I get some days (I’d not have figured that otherwise, because, in my mind, I eat lots of veggies; just not always in my reality, so it seems).

No spring allergies, no colds, no aches, no rashes, no setbacks, nothing bad. I even fell when cleaning the tub and smashed my forearm and hip and while I had red welts immediately afterward, I had no bruising or pain whatsoever the next day, which was weird but cool. I have no idea why, but cuts heal in a day, too. Short of new hair growth, everything is great.

{Note: These are my own experiences with applied kinesiology, which clearly aren’t meant as medical advice for anyone else. But I know a lot of friends and family members are grappling with a huge variety of autoimmune issues and other ailments, so I’m happy to share my experiences. And if this is your first visit and you’d like to follow chronologically, click here. Otherwise, enjoy!}

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