Tuesday, May 6, 2014

The PAIN of Inflammation 2014 - Week Two

Congrats on completing week one of "The PAIN of Inflammation."

Many are finding success already with reduction in pain, weight loss among other positive shifts while some are finding themselves challenged with cravings, healing crisis and even discomfort. As your body is shifting and changing there is always the chance that you may go through some type of a healing crisis. This happens every year to some participants and I can assure you that continuing to move forward with the program will lead you through this. If this is occurring for you, please update me with your progress on this blog.

During week two you will obviously continue with the allowable/avoidance food list but we will add another benefit to you this week as we discuss your fundamentals of health. This will assist you in your desire to increase your energy, reduce your pain, improve your mood and potentially many other benefits.

Moving into week two, here is your updated supplement recommendations.
  • Tumero - 1 teaspoon twice per day
  • Resvero - 1 teaspoon twice per day
  • Ultra D - 2 teaspoon twice per day
  • GI Synergy - 1 packet twice per day
  • Strengthia - 2 capsules twice per day
  • Repairvite - 1 scoop twice per day
If you have any "die off" symptoms during this phase, stop the GI Synergy for one day and then start up at half the recommended dose. After a few days you may be able to go back to the full dose.

*If you have any Nitric Balance or Glutathione Recycler left, please continue with this as directed until empty.

Welcome to week two which is the gut healing segment of your program. Feel free to post your comments and questions below.

Wellness for the World,
Glen Depke, Traditional Naturopath


  1. I feel horrible today. My head is killing me and I am nausous. Not sure if it is sugar withdrawals or just a bad headache. Please any suggestions welcome. I am not sure if I can make it through the work day at this point.

    1. Susan...this is likely either sugar or caffeine withdrawals. Drink extra water and have an allowable snack to help. If you have time tonight an Epsom salt bath for 20 minutes would also be helpful. Glen

  2. Glen thank you I will try the Epsom salt bath tonight as headache is still here. Its better but definitely still hurting. I have been caffeine free for over a year so I suspect the sugar withdrawal as I am a sugar freak.

    1. You are correct, this is likely sugar withdrawals. Hopefully the Epsom salt bath helped. Amazing what sugar does to the body, isn't it?