Friday, June 6, 2008

Spring Cleanse - Day 10 wrap-up

I successfully completed my 10th day without too much effort. Yesterday I only drank 1/2 gallon of the lemonade. At some point in the afternoon I lost my taste for it and switched to water. This morning I broke my fast with papaya but surprisingly it was very unsatisfying. Despite my hunger the fruit left an unpleasant aftertaste in my mouth. I'll try more fruit later.

All in all I'd have to say that the fast was a worthwhile experience although the skin nodules that I had hoped would begin to dissolve have not budged. Nonethless, I trust that my body has its priorities and will get to that task when it's ready. Today I resume my raw diet, certain that my intelligent body will digest these "tumors" in its own time. I'll also continue to chronicle this next phase of my healing journey with weekly posts.

4 comments:

HiHoRosie said...

Congrats on making it all the way! Bummer the papaya didn't satisify like you had hoped.

Wishing you all the best and continued success!

Anonymous said...

Great Job Mary. I had a busy weekend and didn't get a chance to post until now. I am sure your body was very happy to not have to digest food for the past 10 days and focus on some much needed healing. you are correct, your body knows the priority of what it needs to heal first then so on.
Feel free to email me anytime if you ever need support.
Russ
email: russ@healthforwardonline.com

Debs said...

Hi Mary,

I just wanted to say congratulations on your 10 day cleanse. You have done amazingly well.

I have been really inspired by you and your healing journey. I have also been diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer which has spread to my lungs and am on a diet therapy, supplement therapy and various complementary treatments. So it is wonderful to read your story and to know that it is possible to get better.

I'm in England and have my own website to tell my story: www.debs-diary.co.uk. I would love to hear from you sometime, either on my email below or: debs-diary@hotmail.co.uk

I would really appreciate it if you could tell me more about your treatment at the Oasis of Hope Hospital and approximate cost. My friends are kindly fundraising for me but my funds have always been too low to afford this hospital but it would be great to get more info as it would be something to aim for.

You are an amazing, strong woman who offers hope to all others, such as myself, in a similar situation.

All the very best,
Debs x

Sam said...

Hi Mary

Inspiring to see your struggle. I am not sure if you have already thought of it, but Classical Homeopathy is an alternative worth looking into. Many people's chronic long standing issues have been healed through Homeopathy. It truly is incredible.