tkt wrote: I would really love to know if the supplement mentioned above is okay as well. I have dealt with recurring UTI’s all my life (which led to lots of antibiotics, which probably greatly contributed to my candida problem). A few years ago, before I knew anything about candida, I learned that cranberry juice was very effective in treating my UTI’s. I would drink pure cranberry juice (http://www.lakewoodjuices.com/product_detail/id-33/, no sugar added, very tart!), and it would usually resolve my issues in a day or two.
I haven’t had a UTI since starting the candida diet, but given my history, there is a good chance I will get one. I want to be prepared to treat it appropriately. I assume the juice I used to drink would not be good due to the 9 grams of sugar (although it would certainly be better than antibiotics). If the supplement above is okay on the diet, perhaps that may be the best choice?
“Inulins are a group of naturally occurring polysaccharides produced by many types of plants. They belong to a class of dietary fibers known as fructans.” The pills above is not good since they contain inulin. I didn’t read it carefully enough. But maybe pure cranberry capsules would be fine? Is it?