Pain Relief Diet

The Pain Relief Diet is part of the Pain Relief Lifestyle. The lifestyle entails more than just a diet. The Pain Relief Diet is both an inclusion diet and an exclusion diet. The Pain Relief Diet can be adapted for a life long diet.

The Canadian Holistic Online Consultation measures people for the Pain Relief Diet.

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    • I have lost over 60lbs ….. deleted text.

      From Management:
      We don’t teach other diets on this web site. Our diet is the Pain Relief Diet. In any case, we disagree with some of the principles that you have described as they are unsafe for many people.

      This web site is not designed for people to give advice to each other. We discourage untrained advice and have set a protocol to help people achieve Action Plan items that science has shown to be valid.

      Our focus is on helping people help themselves. People who are seeking a roadway to the natural Pain Relief Lifestyle and/or Optimal Health Secrets, are shown a way to get started by taking a thorough online optimal health wellness assessment designed by Dr. Ouellette. From there they can proceed to helping themselves or they can take Dr. Ouellette’s online Optimal Health Wellness Workshop directly with Dr. Victor Jean Ouellette, DC, MS, DNM, RNP, Cert. Acup.

    • The reason that Dr. Simeon’s says not to injcet during your period is because your body actually produces HCG during the menstrual cycle. I may be wrong, anyone feel free to correct me. So injceting on those days would be a waste of your HCG. Also, the more HCG in your system, the faster you become immune. If I were you I would go ahead and start loading now to get your normal fat reserves up and then start injceting and loading for two more days after the period. I know I loading for a week this round, only because I have been on so many diets before and I wanted to make sure my normal fat reserves were full. I am on my 9th day now, and have not had even the slightest bit of hunger the whole week.See the first week is sometimes hard since you may get hunger pangs, that is why we load, so that our body can run off our normal fat for the first few days and keep us content until the hcg gets into our system and mobilizes the abnormal fat.Try to eat very high fat food, on my loading I had fried chicken, buttered biscuits, chocolate, donuts, peanut butter cups, chips, etc. LOL I feel so strange telling you to eat all that but enjoy it!Also, whenever I am in the kitchen I wear gloves, only because I live with 8 other people and there is no telling what has oil on it. That’s right, even a drop of oil touching your skin will keep you from losing the next day. Be careful! Check all spices and foods for any sugar, oil, sugar alcohol, or aspartame(BAD).As far as shampoo and conditioner, I am using the same I normally do. I have just reduced washing my hair to once or twice a week. I have curly hair so this is actually keeping my waves a bit more hydrated. The easiest thing is to just use your normal shampoo and conditioner and just wash your hair less. But expect to not lose on the day you shampoo and condition. Normal showers are fine though, with -bar soap with no oil in ingredients-, just rinse your hair with water or use a shower cap.Btw, you WILL gain a lot of weight on your load days but don’t worry, you will lose every ounce of it within the first few days! I have started the Dr. Simeon’s Protocol (original and only true HCG diet) about 5 times but different circumstances forced me to stop. I am finally able to do a full round, hopefully with no interuptions.It has been 9 days:I started at 178 (after loading)I am now at 165Round 1 Goal .148 or less ^_^A note, DO NOT freeze your HCG, no matter what anyone tells you. Just refrigerate. I lost a $70 bottle of HCG because I listened to someone else and froze it. HCG is very fragile and freezing ruins it.Also, we can have vinegar and cucumbers on the diet, so some people say that means we can also have pickles. I have them sometimes. It’s up to you, I have been losing fine. Just another thing you may consider if you get bored with your food.Another note , there is a diet soda called Zevia, that is sweetened with Stevia (a sweet plant). Zevia has no calories, no sugar, its all natural. I found a few cans at my local Whole Foods store for 99cents a can. I’ve had two cans in a week and a half, it tastes better than regular diet soda. Its nice to keep around for when you get a craving for soda. But don’t overdo it.Email me if you have any other questions, I have a lot of tips for ya! BIGGEST THING TO REMEMBER! WATER < TEA < COFFEE GET YOUR LIQUIDS IN and DONT EAT PAST 7PM (so your body has plenty of time to digest and flush out all the food and your weight in the morning will be correct)

  1. Why is milk touted as such a good food?
    The answer is simple. The milk marketing board spends a lot of money to market milk. Those costs are all blended in to every glass.

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    “..it’s not up to the free market. Prices are determined by the federal Canadian Dairy Commission and provincial marketing boards based on the cost of producing milk, consumers’ ability to pay and the Consumer Price Index. http://www.thestar.com/news/insight/article/1089581–is-the-price-of-milk-too-high

    Three Reasons Not to Drink Milk
    A glass of milk contains about 300 mg of calcium. It also contains proteins that a lot of people react to, and lactose sugar that a lot of people react to, and cow puss that may be the reason a lot of people are reacting to this product. Puss is really the cow’s white blood cells plus a lot of germs.

    A 4 litre bag of homogenised milk costs $6.97. Since I have never bought milk I had to go to the store to find this last bit of pricing knowledge for this article. The 4 litre bag of milk contains 140.78 UK fluid ounces. That makes 17.597 glasses of milk. So, the 300 milligrams of calcium in an 8 ounce glass of milk costs 39.6 cents for that glass. Well, you can buy a calcium with vitamin D3 added AND magnesium too, for 5.4 cents a tablet. So why would you pay some 700 percent more for less nutrition and then get cow puss to boot?

    I’m going to sit quietly now and wait for some sneaky little devil from a milk marketing board to tap me on the shoulder and say “Excuse me sir but,,,,,.

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