89Mirageman wrote: Thomas, care to eaplain exactly what you are doing/eating? I have been on the diet for a little over a month now and the stomach issues are still there. Trying to figure out if they’re even candida related at this point or not. I will admit that I still eat quite a bit of meat, chicken, turkey and fish that is not organic so that’s probably my problem. I keep losing weight and feel I have to eat something.
I know you didn’t address this to me, and I’m sure Thomas will answer you. But if you’re still eating meat every day, then this could very well be the cause of your stomach problems. When meat proteins break down, they release ammonia which can irritate an already irritated stomach and intestines. The Candida also release ammonia which is added to the ammonia that the meat produces during its break-down, so if you’re eating meat 1 to 3 times a day, the fact that you and the Candida both are causing ammonia in your system means that the liver is being constantly overworked, again, not to mention the irritation of the stomach and intestines.
In addition to the protein break-down, the non-organic meats eaten every day contain antibiotics which are destroying the beneficial bacteria in the intestines on daily basis. This alone will prevent a Candida cure. If you don’t cut the meat from your diet, you can expect the stomach problems to continue as well as not being able to completely cure your Candida infestation. Your cure is about choices that you make every day, nothing more.