Fasting Diary Day 2
I Woke up at 6 am, but decided to stay in bed until 8am. Today is my day off. I have plenty of time.
It started itching again in the morning. I got mad with myself. Why did I do all this to my body to stay now and feel this way? I decided to reconsider my diet after fasting and also observe myself. While brushing teeth I started thinking that it has to be a better toothpaste then what I use: Crest, Colgate or Aquafresh.
I had to do the laundry since I’ve been sweating. Is there is a better detergent then Tide I usually buy? I went to the grocery store and in the healthy section they had products that are not oil based, environmental friendly and my clothes and me will feel much better if ingredients of detergent are natural.
Also I found the toothpaste that is natural, but cost was twice as much as regular. ( I still have this paste - I need less then regular one , so it is effective). The toothpaste contains NO fluoride, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (which was very hard to find), artificial flavors or dyes, chemical preservatives, parabens, chemical whiteners or animal products.
Cilantro Mint Toothpaste by Green Beaver - Canadian company
Here you can read my investigation report about natural toothpastes and "would like to be natural" toothpastes.
So, back to fasting Day 2...
I smelled every item in refrigerator. I could say for sure that ranch dressing had the best smell. :)
Since I stopped smoking my senses were coming back and the smells were better then before. Hunger was trying to curb my will power, however my discipline turned out to be stronger.
Had a good run in the park. I forgot about my first day experience with green tea and had 2 cups in the evening. The toxins doubled in speed and now I felt like bugs are trying to dig the tunnel in various parts of my body.
The only remedy was - shower, bath. Could not sleep again as the itching continued. Several times I could see the bug on the sheet and I would jump, but then there was nothing again. I felt like I am going crazy. That night was a bad experience.