Yeah the acid was really extreme, but for me it wasn’t asid urine it was acid diarrhea which burned my skin really bad.
I have noticed some improvements since the fast but also a big problem since I stopped fasting. I know that some things are out of whack and I am trying to bring everything back into balance... but my heart rate still hasnt gone back to normal. I don’t know if maybe the toxins hit my body too hard or what it is but now if I try to even leave my home my heartrate spikes and its well over 100 bpm. I find myself even a week later not being able to do much else but rest as it seems any exposure to emfs which I could tolerate fine before right now feel unbearable,as well as any physical exertion makes my heart race now when before I was fine. Maybe fasting wasn’t the best idea. I wonder how long this will take to pass :/
I usually counter attack anything in the GI tract by taking BINDERS such as chlorella.
Otherwise, i would have constant loose stools.
I get terrible liver pains, then comes loose stools when I get too toxic. I suspect heavy metals, because usually chlorella (2 teaspoons taken at once, then repeated later, 1, or 2 times) would solve the problem 90% of times.
Heart problems could also be lose toxins....?
You know, most toxins are positively charged, they go to nerves (that are negatively charged).
That is why letting heavy metals loose is not a good idea: they get attracted like magnets to nerve endings, causing all sorts of problems...
Fasting liberates toxins... I guess the best is to do something like what Anthony Williams is proposing: choosing good foods, and increasing them.
They have anti-oxidant properties, so they can prevent some of the harm.
Atlantic kelp or any sea veggie can bind to toxins, he said.
I hope you find a solution. I sometimes use the violet ray, that seems to give negative ions to my nerves.
It was not very pleasant at first, but after a while, I started loving it.
I think fasting can be a real help, and cure things nothing else can cure, but if you go alone you are best to start out with short fasts and gradually increase length over time.
My understanding is that using enemas, colonics, psyllium, etc., while fasting is really, really important.
If going to jump into a long fast, best to get professional supervision, as from a fasting clinic.
Regular aerobic exercise might fix your heart rate. Once again, start out slow and build up gradually. I get fast heartbeat from foods that cause allergic reactions in me; and sometimes from beer, which I am NOT allergic to.
I think you may be right about the toxins. My naturopath perscribed me some supplements to provide drainage for my heart, looks like I have toxic buildup from the fast.
I know that there might be a way to do fasting right, but after this experience I can’t foresee ever doing again either. Maybe possibly a ketonic diet might be an option in the future as opposed to no food at all. Because if you do it that way I believe you can get out of ketosis very quickly should it become unpleasant...