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Vegan Catlady;53329 wrote: 2 things to share here:
When my candida overgrowth was at its worse, one of the only things I could eat was berries.
Frozen mixed-berry medley of rasp,blue,and blackberries. I still have a berry smoothie every day.
Thanks, Thats encouraging me to put some berries back in. I used to make a Kefir smoothie with berries but I added honey. THis was a while ago before I learned I had candida.
I think I’ll put some blackberries and blueberries back in there. Maybe event he odd strawberry.
I’m also eating nuts as a snack,- walnuts and almonds.
Now I am off Kefir, but drinking Kombucha because it has S.Boulardii in it. I’m trying to get the Ph right down so the sugar is converted. There is anecdotal evidence of Kombucha having anti-cancer properties. I don’t know about that, its the Boulardii that interests me. Actually about a year ago my doc did a stool test and was so impressed he asked me to bring some kefir in for him!
I am worried about the cancer-candida link, thats why I’m working to get this thing under control. What steps can I take now to avoid that? Detox properly etc etc…?