Thank you all for the valuable feedback. I will limit my activity to occasional light jogs and brisk walks in the gym. As far as diet is a concern, I was trying to keep it as simple as possible since I spend most of my time at school or working on my thesis. I find it hard to make a meal plan during phase 0/early phase 1 since I am basically limited to eggs and assorted vegetables.
-egg and vegetable omelet
-Green salad with lemon and sesame/olive oil
-Roasted vegetables with some minced fresh garlic
-Vegetable stir fry with coconut oil and ginger/garlic
I plan to do this for 1 week before proceeding to phase 1. Afterwards I plan to up my protein intake by adding some chicken and salmon occasionally for dinners. I’m hoping that 4 weeks into phase 1 I will see an improvement in my condition. At this point I will consider adding yogurts and breads as well as some of the other delicious recipes found on this forum. I just want to take it slow and not rush into adding other food items. I am very concerned about losing too much weight. I will try to eat as much vegetables as I can to lessen this effect. If I find myself losing too much weight I will begin to implement some of the bread recipes.
After 2 weeks into phase 1 I will begin taking anti-fungals. I will introduce probiotics once I add yogurt into my meal plan. Any feedback is very welcomed and appreciated. I find your willingness to help me very refreshing.
As far as supplements and vitamins are a concern. I am having a difficult time finding a balanced Vitamin B supplement. As far as Vitamin A and E are concerned, what type of daily dosage should I be aiming for?
Another concern I have is sleep. Should I simply maintain a typical 8-hr sleep or rest a bit longer? I’m not sure whether this may help me heal faster or not.