I hear what you are saying and it is a big struggle. It’s been hard for me and nearly everyone else I am sure.
The digestive problems you are mentioning are pretty normal. I am having them too and it is quite upsetting to see undigested food coming out of your stool. Part of the problem lies in not chewing your food enough (and I’ve posted that before) but the other part has to do with your bodies inability to digest food. Its just the way things are when you have candida and I wish I could aid you with digestion tips; I say keep on trucking and things will get better.
Relating to this, candida causes certain nodes in your body to not function properly. Thats why we aren’t getting as much energy and nutrients out of the food we eat as we want and thats why we are rather tired as well. Its a persistent problem that is difficult to reverse; you just need to kill the candida so that that these nodes free up and function normally.
I had a big argument with my good friend over the weekend for over an hour about whether or not I have candida overgrowth. He’s like “well it could be some other kind of health problem that has caused this” and I’m like hell no; there is nothing else out there that causes a white tongue, indigestion, leaky gut, allergies, etc. Its a flora imbalance and I cannot pop a pill to cure it. I then went on about the downsides to taking antibiotics and he absolutely didn’t believe me that there was any downside. Its very tough to convince others; the best tool to use is to educate yourself on this problem. Explain to others that when they prescribe antibiotics, they are not useful for fighting fungal infections.
Dr. Mccomb’s is good listen and has a lot of information about candida if you want to learn:
I don’t follow his plan but feel that he is right on about a lot of the things he says.
The diet alone won’t cure you, so eventually you will have to bite the bullet and take some probiotics and antifungals. If you start with just 1-2 drops/spoonfuls of antifungals per day, eventually it won’t cause much die off. Then increase to 3-4 drops/spoonfuls and tough it out as much as you can…and slowly increase to where 25 drops/spoonfuls don’t do anything. It will take a long time potentially, but it’ll get the numbers down. Thats when the healing can really begin because it is not nearly as systematic as before.
You need to do as much as possible to get those toxins out of the body so that they don’t tax the liver and kidney too much; molybdenum does this but there are other options as well.