Thanks so much able! That’s pretty much what I thought but it’s great to have someone else agree with me, and there was also a lot of good info in your post. At first, I hoped this would be a fairly quick process but I’m realizing through research and my own experience that I’ll probably be on this strict diet for a while and on a maintenance diet potentially for the rest of my life. It’s hard to stay motivated upon realizing this sometimes but I just have to tell myself that this candida has taken a lot away from me and that if this is what it takes to get better, then bring it on. Haha
One thing I’ve been wondering about asfar as die off goes is, if I speed up the process and add more antifungals and a probiotic to my diet, will I get to feeling better faster? Personally, I would rather feel awful for a week or so and then get on the way to feeling better than have the die off symptoms just hanging around for a few months. But if that’s not the way t works, I don’t want to end up making myself feel a lot worse for a long period of time. Maybe I’m trying to rush it too much though? But I am heading off to college in about two months and I’d love to be feeling better by then, though I’m going to keep the diet as best I can. Would be nice to be able to relax just a little though, as I’m most likely not going to be able to prepare my own food. I guess this isn’t really related to my other question, but does anyone have any suggestions for how I might be able to keep up the diet next year?