[W]hen chelation began to feel overwhelming early this year I reduced my doses and timing drastically, cutting from my high of 75 mg every two hours, to 25 mg every three hours. That felt a lot better, but even in between rounds, I started to feel more fatigue and less endurance. Something didn’t feel right and I thought it was my adrenal glands wearing down. On my last round, I decided to try doing 3 mg of ALA which I thought I wouldn’t even notice. SURPRISE! It was not easy.
I sent a short email to Tara mentioning my ALA intolerance and she wrote back telling me about the gains she’s made flushing her liver. We have some things in common which caught my eye – especially the water retention and bloating. I picked up the book she mentioned and it makes so much sense, so logical, I’ve decided to try the amazing liver flush.
In a nutshell, if your liver can’t release bile because the bile ducts are plugged, your body won’t detoxify and this is a good explanation for why chelation can drag some people down. There are lots of other interesting symptoms I have that tie in the liver, but I am still overwhelmed with too many things to do to go into details now. I’m on day three of preparation for my first flush which I will do on Wednesday or Thursday next week.