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IFIG wrote: Hello: I am just about to start a colon cleanse (stricter one suggested). I have a few questions.
1) Is it good to use all 3 of the liver aiding supplements during the cleanse – i.e. Milk Thistle, Candidate, and Molybdenum. So far I have only purchased the Milk thistle and Molybdenum. Do you recommend getting the Candidate also? Sorry I did also buy the Swedish Bitters.
2) Any particular time to take the above liver supplements?
3) Prior to the cleanse I am taking a multivitamin and fish oils. Should I stop these during the cleanse? or keep taking them? If I keep taking them, any suggestions when to do so?
4) This is a question about once the strict diet starts. I currently have reactions to dairy products – I believe it is as a result of a beaten down digestive system – not sure though. I noticed the strict diet following the cleanse includes yogurt. Any thoughts on whether I should include yogurt after the cleanse seeing my reactions to dairy before? Or should I just try and see what happens?
Thank you for your help.
There is no reason that it would be bad to use all three. However you do not need all three molybdenum and milk thistle will suffice. Swedish bitters will help your digestion.
I usually take molybdenum with meals so I don’t forget. But it doesn’t matter when you take it. Milk thistle will depend on what your bottle says, I would take it with or without meals also. Whenever is more convenient. Finish up your multivitamin http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst1173_Vitamins-Minerals-Herbs.aspx Finish up your Fish oil and take a Cod Liver Oil it contains a highly absorbable form of Vitamin A & D and contains excellence DHA/EPA ratio. It is also cheaper.
Treat Dairy as a test item a couple of weeks after the cleanse if you choose to cleanse.
If you are really concerned try Goat Greek Yoghurt.
Could you describe your reaction.