How long does it take to get better?
Certain factors will increase these treatment times. These include cancer history, organ removals, anemia, smoking, cheating on food plans, peak stress states, and diabetes. Besides that, different problems take different amounts of time to manage.
Energy changes from a new diet can happen instantaneously. Most people feel improvement from diet change within a week unless one of the below problems is present.
Changing gut bacteria can take 5 to 30 days. Adherence to food lists speeds up treatment time. Having drastic spinal dysfunction lengthens it.
Detox hits its peak about 7-10 days into any program. You will likely feel worse before you feel better. Some environmental toxins require lifelong support, others can be changed in 21 days.
With extreme blood sugar instability, diet changes can take longer to resolve. Some will go through withdrawals for 10-14 days before clarity occurs. HA1C #’s can also take 3 months to change.
Hormone balancing requires at least 6 months of focused effort and adherence to food, supplement, and exercise plans.
Auto-immune conditions never fully heal. They can be put into “remission.” Life-long changes are required to stay in “remission.” It may take up to 2 years to clear all associated symptoms to these conditions.