I think we have to break past moderation to feel an improvement.
With a holistic approach to improve our health, we find that it becomes harder to improve and detox, because the body tends to acclimate to any conditions where it finds itself. I’ve been saying this for over a decade, because I realized what it took to propel my personal health from the grip of gravity and the decay of entropy into an orbit that gained momentum and made me feel alive again. I was encouraged to see someone else shared this opinion – when I was recently watching ‘What the Health,’ a frequently criticized documentary about the state of the modern food industry.
“I think there’s the sense that everyone’s OK with moderation. Right? But, we haven’t seen that moderation works.” ~Dr. Michelle McMacken, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, NYU School of Medicine
We have to see ourselves on a narrowing path if we need to invoke healing. We have to promote healing “environmentally” by changing the outside surroundings and changing the internal “landscape” by modifying the food we consume.
When we make the initial changes we often see a big difference:
As soon as we make a significant dietary or lifestyle change, that change immediately causes us to either feel better, (or sometimes worse due to detox symptoms) – and then we eventually feel better if we press past an initial healing crisis / herxheimer response, and then we have to keep restricting the choices that are less-good…so we can make room to choose the better and then “rinse & repeat” continuing to choose the better/best.