LEAP MRT works differently for everyone. It doesn't work well for some, while it may work well for others. With this said, I don't see it as a sustainable way to manage health concerns long-term. It didn't work for me in the long run for a few different reasons. I got to a point where I couldn't open the refrigerator door without getting emotional, and I even cried at times. It was a struggle to eat despite all the help I got from my unbelievable saint of a mother. Every time I would go to eat something I was asking myself, "How is this going to affect me?" "Will I be sick?" I kept hearing the obsessive words in my head, "Don't eat that, it's a yellow food." It was a disaster.
Eventually I reached my breaking point and had to say, "enough is enough, Meaghan!" I had somewhat of an epiphany. I realized why I was so emotional. For the first time out loud, I was able to admit to myself that my internal struggle and relationship with food as a young kid and teenager was not "normal," it was was an issue, and my new obsession with my sensitivities was churning up a lot of old, painful junk. I have since put LEAP on the shelf. It just doesn't "work" for people like me. And how could it? My obsessions were making me symptomatic. I was causing turmoil in my body because I wasn't listening to it or my "gut instinct," which was to seek an alternative route.
Until next time, peace, love, & light.