View Full Version : Anyone experience knee buckling??
10-17-2007, 08:45 PM
I have been raw 1 week in July, then 3 weeks in Sept. and now for October. After a few weeks the weirdest thing happens...I am on my feet much of the day ( cement floor- yet walking alot ) and if I am standing there are times when I feel as if my knees would just like to give out and kind of buckle in.....
The only different thing I have been doing is going raw - I feel great but what's this all about ?
I am drinking green smoothies and just began taking chlorella....
Also tonite I have been having a cramp in my big toe and then other calf....
Thanks ahead for any thoughts on this.
10-17-2007, 09:57 PM
As Always......It's just detox or you need to EAT more Food................
10-18-2007, 08:09 PM
Thanks for commenting...guess no one has experienced....
10-18-2007, 08:37 PM
Well, I never ran daily before going raw, but with all the extra energy I NEED to run. A couple weeks into it, my knees got bruised and sore and I couldn't run for days. I now have to consciously make sure I am not landing on my heels or much pain ensues. Don't know if this is the same thing but...
10-18-2007, 08:37 PM
Is that when you will be walking and your knee gives out and makes you do a slight drop.. and you feel like an idiot?.. then thats me :D I don't know what causes it. :o
10-18-2007, 09:37 PM
Yeah, I have had some minor issues with that in the past. Over the last four or five years I've experienced an occasional clusters of symptons that were kinda "MS" related, although I've never been diagnosed, and don't care to be. Yes, it's detoxing. Somewhere your nervous system has gotten fried and now it's working it's way out. If you don't go raw now, you'll just end up with some awful disease don't the road relating to it. Parkinson's? Multiple Sclerosis? You got a host to pick from. Incidentally, anyone who's had any kind of stress related to the nervous system, not only would I highly recommend doing organics, consider lots of cilantro to detox out mercury (remarkably effective) and a variety of seaweed for toxins in general. And on that uplifting note: :)
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