2. Similarly, procedures have a place but too much or many is not good. For instance, colonics are a good thing for folks with higher urine pH. There is even a basic formula to help you judge when too much is TOO MUCH. For instance, you should stop when your urine pH settles into a proper value. But what do you do with the person who decides they like the clean feeling of the process or who falls in love with the therapist and returns just to visit? Again, I only know to quietly tell them, "Hey dummy, that's enough."
3. And we shouldn't leave out overeating. Reams students sooner or later have to wake up to the reality that some high-quality food is rich in life-enhancing substances while lightly saddled with life-harming material. As soon as they grasp that, they start understanding that the vast majority of their SAD comes from low-quality ersatz "food" that is composed mostly of substance that the body must expend considerable energy to excrete or overcome. You ask what that has to do with overeating? How about everything. Talk to a farmer who understands that a healthy cow who is satisfied with two bales of great quality hay must eat six bales of low quality junk hay to keep going and they won't keep going all that long. However, they will get fat and lots of farmers sell by weight. So think a moment. Reams suggests keeping your urine Brix between one and two. When you start sourcing higher quality food and being satisfied with eating less, that urine Brix (total carbohydrate) will move where it should be.
The payoff of the above is that your brain will start working better when you get your diet in order with the right amounts of what is needed. Too much of a good thing...anything...will forever be TOO MUCH.