Hello, Croc, how’re you doing?
Diet -By average, I’d say I eat about 50-75g of chocolate products every day.
If you decide to treat the infestation, you should probably start getting used to the idea of living without your chocolate.
Stress – I learned to avoid stress as well. Due to some experiences
Good for you on accomplishing that. This will definitely prove useful during the treatment period and resulting die-off.
I forgot to mention that from time to time my soles are yellow. I don’t know if that have anything to do with other symptoms.
This ‘could possibly’ be a malabsorption problem or maybe you’re not getting quite enough vitamin A or the combination of the two. Do you take a vitamin A&D (combined) supplement?
Another possible cause is that the soles of your feet have thickened because of the pressure on the bottoms of your feet from so two hours of bike riding a day. How long have you been doing this?
Speaking of the two-hour bike ride; you may want to consider cutting the time in half during your treatment (if you decide to do this). The reason is that you’re going to be working on strengthening both your adrenals and immune system during the treatment, and rest is of ultra importance for accomplishing this.
Isn’t low-carb and high-protein diet dangerous for health? I’ve heard that it used to be recommended, but it was found to be really bad. I don’t know what to think.
If you’re assuming that this describes a Candida diet, you’re mistaken. A lower protein intake is more common than a higher amount since red meat and pork are not on the stricter diet because it only causes more problems with the infestation because of ammonia being released into the body when it breaks down. During the treatment and diet, your carbs will be supplied by some of the vegetables and coconut flour bread with the option of adding buckwheat, teff flour, organic oat bran, or rice bran.
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