Able900 wrote: That’s just one more negative aspect of eating fruit during a Candida treatment, Arijana. Because, not only does fruit contain sugar and sometimes mold, but fruit also has a highly alkalizing effect on the intestines. Regardless of how you view fruit, all of these aspects add up to a potentially dangerous combination when you’re trying to rid your body of a Candida overgrowth.
Yes, but if we’re going on the assumption that apples are allowed, as they are on stage 2, these points shouldn’t be an issue. It’s like saying we shouldn’t eat Greek yoghurt because it shares characteristics with milk, despite allowing kefir. What’s the argument for favouring a higher-sugar pectin source? Is it molds? You said ‘fruit’, so does this imply apples can also be contaminated?