Good going.That is a significant result @Issie Thanks for sharing.
Is it the improved immune function the diet offers to fight the PR and Lyme?
I have so far in this short time on low fat noticed significant improvements since cutting oil out. A gnawing pain which I had left, lower back area has completely gone and the relief is palpable. This has been a worrying pain for me and with me for a long time. I keep on checking for it and feeling joyful when I can not find it lol.
I feel remarkably cleaner inside and tighter (perhaps less inflammation). This, so far is comparable to how I felt when cutting out gluten, which was a major find, except this is next level stuff and am loving the results.
I am not even craving fat but feeling repulsed at the idea of it because I am filling up on as much carbs as I want.
So I am off oil/fat now and that transition is completed. Will just steadily carry on and learn more.
I recently added back a grass-fed hamburger - once a month and tried to do fish once a month. If fish isn't off the boat fresh, I have an allergic reaction to it. It's a high histamine causer. But, I'm not thinking this will be something I keep doing. That couple of times, didn't hurt me.
Somehow fat is connected to the proliferation of the protozoa. I'd have to look it back up if you want to know the specifics. However., my doc is allowing us some whole food fatty veggies now and limited nuts. Just nothing refined and no pressed oils.
I'm much better having gone vegan. Much healthier. You do however need the B12 and make sure you get enough plant proteins. Did you know broccoli has more protein than a steak? Look it up - it's true.