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1000557 wrote: Hi so you don’t recommend legumes, nuts and fruits if you want colonization of probiotics or is that just for candida?
I didn’t say not to have legumes, like beans, you can have these in place of the meat part of the time. If you’re going off the diet, of course fruit is a food that’s not on the diet. I’m just saying that it can play a part in building a good environment for the Candida to repopulate.
I would have more meat and pork, however, I don’t eat pork and find it incredibly difficult to get organic meat and chicken. What do you suggest?
I have bought sugar free, long-chain inulin and will be using this to feed the probiotics. If you feed probiotics with prebiotics, is there more of a chance of colonizing?