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Truth_T3ller;58354 wrote: I mean if you have the funds, time and perseverance too then i could see it being possible, but that ridiculous diet is well…….. ridiculous for the average person, especially one who isnt doing so well financially. especially if they dont have the time. there has to be another way.
I would never be able to keep a diet like that not in the current position im in, even if i were, i would probably fall short either way because of my cravings……….. there has to be another reasonable way.
Can i not just take extra probiotics and anti-fungals(natural and prescribed) to get rid of it, while still eating the same foods, but i will limit those foods to a minimum if anything. I couldn’t see myself not eating some of those restricted foods at all……. but again i wouldnt be able to keep a diet like that, whether it be a month, a year or my whole life.
EDIT: Also I think SIBO(Small intestine bacteria overgrowth) and candidiasis are one in the same, one leads to the other basically. So i think I would aslo have to keep a SIBO diet, which is even more ridiculous.
Unfortunately, this diet isn’t a choice, at least for me…it’s the last hope to getting healthy…I’m out of other options, doctors can’t help me, medicine can’t help me, so what should I do? I tried taking antifungals and probiotics with “normal” diet, and it didn’t work…I’m not saying that in your case it couldn’t work, maybe it would, because everyone’s different and I don’t know how long you’ve had an infection and where it’s located…I’ve had vaginal candida for 6 years now…continually…diflucan doesn’t help…I’ve been on the diet hundreds of times, and I’m from a country which isn’t nearly as rich as the States…and I order my supplements from the States…so go figure…With the money I spent on my treatment I could’ve bought a car, or went on a luxurious vacation, but I didn’t have a choice really.
My tips regarding the budget:
– buy seasonal vegetables – it’s cheaper
– don’t eat meat/fish every day – eggs are the cheaper replacement
– plan your budget ahead – see which supplements are essential and buy those, skip other supplements (currently I’m on SF722, probiotics, coconut oil & vaginal probiotics, I don’t have the budget for anything else)
– when I’m on the diet I save money on things like alcohol/going out/ordering in/candies etc…because you make all of your food at home, you won’t spend any money outside, maybe only on salad/water/tea
– like raster said, simple life 🙂 unfortunately i can’t go on fancy vacations or buy a car, but I’m aware I’m doing all of this for my health, and my health is my priority