Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Step 3

It’s troubleshooting time! 

Like Step 2, a lot can come up in Step 3. Here are some of the most common things you’ll run into. 

  • When you should extend their pathogen purge, and when you should move on to Step 3 (reseeding), or both?
  • Continued troubleshooting for those still experiencing constipation and bloating 
  • Plan P and the continued release of worms. 
  • The right time to add fermented foods on Plan F
  • How to move forward with Plan S clients/patients in the reseeding phase if they are still experiencing constipation
  • Eczema or psoriasis flares and hives 

And so much more! Remember, neither physical or mental-emotional healing is a linear process. So, expect things to come up and present a calm, open, solution-oriented front to your client or patient, letting them know what they are experiencing is normal and par for the course but that you are qualified to help them customize based upon how their unique body is responding. If a client or patient expects healing to be a two steps forward, one step back process, they won’t overreact emotionally and lose faith in you or the process. Half of your job is setting them up for success by appropriately setting expectations and also provide a safe, expert space for them to rest into.

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