I started out with phase 3, then I went to phase 2, then I went to phase 1. All I will say about phase 2 is that it is there for a reason; for when you are feeling better.
If you don’t completely eliminate the problem as good as possible, then all you will be doing is allowing the candida to grow and die, grow and die, grow and die over and over. This is very tough on the body, the mind, and the soul. If you want to see real improvement, starting out with phase 2 will only prolong your treatment for a significant amount of time. And it won’t eliminate the symptoms because candida will be ever present.
For instance, you could do phase 2 for 6 months and barely feel any improvement, but if you did phase 1 for 4 months and then phase 2 for 2 months…you would feel much much better in comparison. All you are doing by starting with phase 2 first is prolonging your treatment and the symptoms.
It can take as long as 6-18 months to fully recover from candida and if you want to make it a shorter recovery time, I highly recommend starting with phase 1 first.