I’d go with raspberries if you wanted to eat fruit. They have a lot less sugar than blueberries and a much better fibre to sugar ratio. Check out http://nutritiondata.self.com/
Able900 wrote: If you want to test raspberries or blueberries, you’re welcome to go ahead as no one is telling you that you can’t. Our protocol and diet are only suggestions.
Does the same go for the low-lactose cheeses I was mentioning before? Cheese seems to be a no-go on most candida diets, but if it’s less than 1% sugar and doesn’t contain mould, would it be safe as a test food later on? My meals tend to be well-balanced, so I’d be eating it with fibre and probably even some kind of prebiotic and probiotic, and of course in moderation. Just interested in your opinion.