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raster
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1) pH should be acidic in stomach and digestive track but rest of body should be neutral pH. Most people with CRC (candida related complex) have lack of stomach acid which causes lots of bad bugs to grow.
2)No milk but if you occasionally have it, not a big deal but try to drink antibiotic free milk. Almond milk only ok if you make it fresh and soak the nuts first, otherwise the store bought stuff is too high in molds.
3)At first I would try to avoid dairy but in time I would introduce it.
4)Antibiotic and hormone free meat is what matters most, you don’t want the antibiotics to destroy your beneficial bacteria.
5)Buckwheat and rice pasta is alternative but keep in mind that the tomato sauce you put on it has a ton of sugar which benefits the yeast (25+ g of sugar per cup of tomato sauce is very high).
6)I would try to introduce rice later in your treatment and start out strict. Buckwheat groats are a good rice replacement.
7)I would focus on healing first and not damaging your liver and body…wine is something I would avoid for as long as possible. I personally didn’t drink alcohol for 2 years on the diet.
8)Butter is ok occasionally in low quantites but would generally avoid.
9)I would worry about fluoride more than chlorine, but filtered/spring/pure/mineral water is always healthiest

My main concern is the amount of antifungals you are consuming. The antifungals will not cure you and only kill the yeast. The yeast will survive either way. When the yeast dies it produces toxins that damage your liver. YOU NEED A DETOX PLAN!

http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst9434_Die-off-remedies-post–will-edit-more-in-time.aspx

http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst8180_Doing-too-much-too-fast.aspx

-raster