Rule Three – Keep a Symptoms and Successes Journal
I am the last person to ask you to obsess over your symptoms, sensations, or any fear that tells you your body is more likely to get sicker than it is to get better.
This process is meant to go along with a collaborative journey between you, your clinician, and any information that gives you both the confidence to commit to a long-term therapeutic protocol.
If you can, get some baseline testing for Food Antigen and any important Auto-antibodies or other relevant markers.
When you commit to the reintroduction process and have decided on an order (ask your clinician), the way to ensure you get the best results without turning your immune system back into a monster is to create a Symptoms and Successes Journal.
You know your body better than anyone else ever will. Pay attention to any hint of any of your most familiar symptoms. Keep an eye on the basics as well.
Here is a list of things to pay attention to:
- Energy Levels
- Ease and Strength of Breath
- Sinus Congestion.
- Itchy, Watery Eyes
- Ease of Swallowing
- Rashes and Itching
- Poor Circulation
- Snoring and Sleep Apnea
- Sudden Anxiety or Depression
- Brain Fog
- Anything your clinician should know about
Any negative change in your health and/or any strange allergy-like symptom means that you need to stop what you are doing and remove the last food you reintroduced. I also encourage reducing all possible triggers and a few days or weeks on the Phase One Antiinflammatory Protocol
.Those decisions are about what you’d do on the outside. This rule will keep you in direct relationship with your overall response to the changes you are making, explore what happens to your
Self Quantification Apps and Devices
Making this work
There are many ways for you to maintain a subjective ‘symptom journal, also, a physical checklist, fridge magnet, x on your calendar
Regular Treatments and Supplementations
– how deep, how long anything come up?