hopefrbest;44748 wrote: thanks guys, really appreciate your help
i am definitely going to try solids now.no juices(that is actually what the allopathic doctor recommended)
milk thistle is on my list,so is vit c.screw budget problems(my pocket money). will just ask extra money from home.
nature’s way is the best one right?
vit c : will this work
VIT C NATURAL SOURCE(440/ 100 gm). i can order some tablets easily fot this one and is cheap
i will order as soon i get a go ahead
also is there any post regarding the specific suplements we should take
Antifungals and correct dosages
A couple of things to remember
Vitamin C comes in many different shapes and forms; choosing the wrong one can actually be counter-productive and worsen your Candida overgrowth. Most importantly, remember to buy a supplement that contains no added sugar. Those effervescent Berocca tablets unfortunately contain sucrose, which is sure to feed your Candida.
Try to buy a good Vitamin C supplement from a trusted brand like Source Naturals or Garden of Life. Be careful to check what other ingredients the supplement contains. Sugar is certainly not the only substance that can worsen your Candida, so be very aware of what you’re putting in your body.
There’s one other thing to remember when you are taking Vitamin C. It is a natural diuretic, meaning that it helps to rid the body of excess fluids. Even though you’re unlikely to become dehydrated by just taking Vitamin C, we’d recommend that you drink plenty of water while you take these supplements.
From the candida diet website.
It doesn’t have to be one of those brands listed but you should try to do your best to avoid artificial sweeteners and sugar. Unfortunately a lot of brands use sugar as filler in vitamin c supplements or artificial sweeteners to make them taste better :(. I unfortunately am using a vita c supplement right now that has dextrose in it cause I missed it on the label when I bought it. I can’t afford to change it right now so do your best not to make my mistake.
The brand you selected doesn’t seem too bad but it does have sucralose which is an artificial sweetener. Also I didn’t see any listing for bioflavonoids which I’m pretty sure helps the vitamin c absorb better into your body.