Quote: About the Multi-vitamin that lack of vitamin D: The weather here in Israel is very hot (35-40 degrees) I am exposed to the sun 20 min a day or more. Is it still necessary to supplement more of vitamin D?
Reply: You’re very lucky to have sun exposure as often as you do. However, I had the pleasure of spending about a month in and around Jerusalem many years ago, and I remember how ‘wet’ and cool the winters in that area could be, so I’m assuming that the sun isn’t available 365 days a year in your area? Depending on just how many days a year you’re able to spend in the sun, you may need a supplement during certain months as extra vitamin D is needed during the Candida treatment.
1) Can I eat tomatoes? it is the only non green vegetable that show up at the “food to eat” list.
Reply: Yes, but you’ll want to treat these as a test food; in other words, eat only a few bites one day and wait for at least two to three days to see if receive a Candida symptom reaction. If so, wait at least ten more days before trying it again. If you receive no reaction, I see nothing wrong with having them occasionally.
2) Can I eat yogurt-bio even if it made of cow milk and include lactose? or it should be a goat’s yogurt-bio?
Reply: Yes, but again, treat it as a test food and have it only very sparingly for the first month.
3) I saw the brown rice at the good list too. So, can I replace the bread with the brown rice, which is good source of Carbs?
Reply: Personally I would avoid all starch foods for at least a month, this includes brown rice.
4) Can I eat natural almond butter?
Reply: If you can obtain organic almond butter then you should at least try it. The only reason I’m not in favor of nuts or nut butters on the diet is the fungus that most contain.
5) Can I drink soy milk- sugar free?
Reply: I’m sorry, but all soy products should be avoided during the Candida treatment.