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raster
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Also another thing to add in here…

Using that term systematic candida in my opinion is almost like a scare tactic or a way to scare people into trying their diet or plan, so thats definitely kinda fishy or strikes me as odd. I just don’t think that term is used properly on the internet.

There are a lot of healthy carbs out there that do and don’t work for some people such as rice, buckwheat, rutabega, pumpkin, etc. I’ve had a variety of people on this forum that can’t tolerate each one of these and some people can tolerate all of them. Then there are people who can and can’t tolerate mold levels in foods such as can be found in peanuts, other nuts, certain fruits like cantelope/pineapple/peaches, cheeses, etc. Then there are people who can’t tolerate high sulphur content (thiols) foods such as in this list:

http://www.livingnetwork.co.za/chelationnetwork/food/high-sulfur-sulphur-food-list/

So it basically comes down to what you can tolerate and what foods are problematic and then working your way around that.

-raster