March 23, 2010
It's always your decision. We can't be there with you. Oatmeal is a grain, which turns to sugar, and agave is a form of sugar. So neither is ideal.
Remember, at this time, protein and veggies are your friends. Nuts, seeds, eggs, meats, fish, almost all veggies, perhaps some raw milk cheese, if you do well with that.
And if you have some oatmeal with a little agave, just don't do that every day. Moderation is key here.
November 9, 2012
March 23, 2010
So glad you've written!
With regard to the diet and ParaGone, I'm sorry to tell you (sorry for your parent's sake) that it's very important.
Perhaps you can share this info with them and they'll understand better. The foods you're avoiding (sugars, many fruits, wheat/gluten, many times grains), they all feed the parasites and also feed bacteria and yeast. Sugars are at the bottom of so very many issues. Sugars stimulate microbes of all types to multiply 10 times as much.
Your goal with ParaGone is to create a hostile, starvation environment to both destroy and also to shoo away parasites, yeast and bacteria. Did you know that ParaGone is our strongest cleanse, and that it actually works on all three of these "gangsters in your gut"? That's why you need to have your 7 channels of elimination working well, so that you can eliminate all the toxins created during this process (along with extra dead parasites, bacteria and yeasts!)
And it's a good sign that you're extra hungry! They're starving, and sending you signals that you need to feed them! It's incredible how powerful their influence can be on you! As long as you eat regularly, perhaps making sure to have a bit of protein every few hours, this should pass in a few days. Of course, if you give in and grab a cinnamon bun, often the process just starts all over again! Funny as it sounds, you're making a decision to take back control of your body and desires from the critters, and they don't like it!
I hope that you're also including a probiotic in your protocol (restoring the good guys!). Be sure though, and take the probiotic at least 2 hours away from your ParaGone dose, due to it's antibacterial properties. And good luck!
November 9, 2012
I just started the ParaGone program after a hunch that I have parasites, because I haven't been feeling well since traveling out of the country last year and the year before. I just have a couple questions. First of all, about the diet. I'm trying to stick to it as best I can, but my parents are getting rather impatient with me cutting out foods and not being able to eat what they serve. How necessary is the diet? If I keep it for the most part but make a few allowances here and there, will the cleanse still be effective? Also, I found that since I began taking ParaGone I am extremely hungry, even after eating a large meal (of paragone-diet foods). Is this normal? Is there a way to curb that hunger, or not?
Thanks in advance for your replies! I'm so glad y'all have a forum for questions about your products. :)
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