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I agree it’s ridiculously expensive – especially if you are in the UK like me and have to order many of the supplements from the states. And I try not to think about the cost of the ingredients for the almond flour bread I made on Sunday – it was described as delicious, it reality it was like eating cardboard and most of it ended up in the bin. But in a way the fact that is so expensive is not entirely a bad thing – it makes me more likely to stick to it knowing I’ve invested so much money in it.
However if you just take antibiotics and antifungals without changing your diet I am dubious about how you would get better and you are also risking horrendous die-off.
I’m currently on week 7 of the Lisa Richards diet and intend to do the full 60 days, before switching to stage 5 and I feel miles better already. What’s 60/80 days out of my life after all, if it leads to a better future? What’s a year come to that?
I think everyone goes through this stage while contemplating the candida diet – it took me months to finally commit to it. It is tough both physically and in terms of finance. But there are savings as well, as you don’t tend to go out and socialise so much when you are off caffeine and alcohol.
Good luck, whatever you decide!