Patrice F

I have been on this program for six days. I have noticed that I have been really regular. I am not sure if I have diarrhea or not. Everything just sinks to the bottom of the toilet. Have you experienced this at all.

Since today is only my sixth day what should I expect in the upcoming weeks?

Thanks for any advise.

When stuff starts floating it’s almost always plaque, in my experience. It may not look like what you see in the photos on the site because it’s all scrunched together, but it’s plaque.

I’m on the first week of my second month and the plaque is there every morning, sometimes lots, sometimes not so much, but it’s there. My husband’s system and mine are very different, but the result seems to be the same.

I have days when I don’t feel so good, but that’s generally followed by lots of stuff leaving my system.

If you have any questions as you go along, I’ll be happy to answer what I can.


How are you doing? Are you making progress?

How are you? I am doing okay. Its been almost 30 days. I am VERY regular. I haven’t passed anything weird but I still have 2 months left. My stomach has gone down some. No weight lose. Overall, I am a satisfied customer.

I’m doing really well! Thanks for asking! Things that have been broken forever are still healing, which is totally awesome! My clothes are fitting more loosely, which tickles me. Terry has a ways to go, but he’s sticking with it. I think hurting his shoulder was actually a blessing in disguise because it’s forcing him to slow down, relax, not work, and is giving his body time to heal. Because he was in such sorry shape I think it’s going to take a while before he’s 100% again.

I’m glad to hear you’re doing well! If you’re stomach’s gone down you’re passing plaque but just not recognizing it. It’ll be all scrunched up and look like regular stuff, but will probably float. It’s usually the first thing in the morning and the last thing at night for me, but that doesn’t mean I’m normal! <grin> I, too, am a satisfied customer. I’m so glad I found the right stuff at just the right time.

I hope you continue to do well.