The 3 Week Countdown

  1. Drink more water, especially in the morning (and add a lemon!)

  2. Green/ginger/essaic tea daily.

  3. Take daily vitamin supplements.

  4. Stay low low low carb. (only from veggies, nuts, eggs, etc... clean sources) 

  5. If packaged, food must be <1g sugar. 

  6. Use CBD oil & Frankincense. 

  7. Limit Cheese / Dairy intake. (2 days per week)

  8. Eat probiotics daily. (Unless fasting) 

  9. One 48-hour fasting per week, One 24-hour fast per week. 

  10. Eating window 6 hours on non-fasting days. Keep calories limited to keep ketones high and glucose low. 

  11. Limit eating to 6 hour window on non-fasting days. 

  12. Meditate daily.  Chanting NMRK & chakra balancing via YouTube. 

  13. Stay reading literature and research articles - at least 3 every week. 

Only veggies I allow right now (and also the majority of what I have been eating.): 

  • Kale 

  • Cabbage 

  • Bok Choy 

  • Asparagus 

  • Celery

  • Spinach 

  • Swiss Chard

  • Brussels 

  • Broccoli 



20 things to do instead of eat during a fast: 

  1. Go on a walk.

  2. Cuddle/Walk/Play with Juliet. 

  3. Read a book. 

  4. Meditate. 

  5. Breathe deeply.

  6. Drink water and tea.

  7. Have a dance party. 

  8. Make friendship bracelets. 

  9. Look at pictures that make me happy. 

  10. Write in your journal.

  11. Draw a picture. 

  12. Call a friend or family member. 

  13. Write a Thank You letter to someone.

  14. Listen to music. Really listen. 

  15. Play your ukulele. Learn a new song.

  16. Tidy your room. Make a “give away” pile.

  17. Write a poem.

  18. Go to the gym.

  19. Look outside the window. 

  20. Give yourself a foot massage. 




thoughts while reading the book: Radical Remission by Kelly A. Turner

The cleansing I am doing with my body right now is similar to how one would clean out a basement filled with mold. I have to clean it out my body the right way. I need to take MY time- and spend less time feeling overwhelmed. I need to change the conditions in which the mold/cancer thrives. Make a permanent change to my lifestyle.

According to Google: “On average, it takes more than 2 months before a new behavior becomes automatic — 66 days to be exact. And how long it takes a new habit to form can vary widely depending on the behavior, the person, and the circumstances. In Lally's study, it took anywhere from 18 days to 254 days for people to form a new habit.”

This is all a daily practice. Some days I mess up, and that’s okay. I used to feel really down on myself when I would break a fast or overdo my carb intake. I try again tomorrow. Nothing REALLY GOOD will be changed overnight. Worthwhile things take time and effort.