“I’m doing the Bentonite and Psyllium, and Liver drink”
I covered the psyllium in my post “This Site’s Suggestions.”
Quote: “I absolutely advise against the detox drink suggested by the site because of the psyllium husk. The bad thing about psyllium husk is that it’s very hard on the intestines because of the sharpness and hardness of the small shards of husks which can cause lacerations as it passes through the intestines which in turn can cause internal bleeding. In addition, it can also cause heavy bloating in some people.”
Even the powder form can contain small shards of the husks which can cause lacerations in the lower intestines. Drink pure fresh lemon water instead three or four times a day using a whole lemon, this works perfectly as a detox liquid.
“When you say;
‘After the initial detox period has ended for you, you’ll be ready for the regular Candida diet treatment; this is the part you will be on for a long time.’
“how long do you mean?”
Reply: This depends on how you react to the initial period. I never plan when a particular person can stop one period and start another until I see that he’s ready. Every single Candida sufferer is different and everyone responds to the treatment different, so as I’ve said before, there is no set timeline that fits everyone.
“Is there anything else the main site gets wrong?”
Reply: I try avoid the sites instructions, but I imagine so.
“I thought I’d be able to eat Almonds fairly soon, since they’re candida fighting, but apparently I still have to keep off them?”
Reply: I’ve had most types of nuts tested myself, including almonds, and even organic nuts sometimes a bit of mold, regular nuts always do, and this is why most sufferers receive Candida reactions to them. This is not something you want to ingest when you have a Candida albicans infestation. I doubt seriously that they are “Candida fighting” considering the negative aspect.