And also – “processed” meat. I can see why the supermarket stuff is bad, but if you know the farmer, the field and know what he’s done to it…is that still bad?
Please note; when reading the replies to your posted questions, keep in mind that, when most of us answer your questions, we are referring to the “Stricter Candida Diet” which is not posted on the website or the forum.
To answer your inquiry, “meat” in the form of organic chicken or fish is mentioned on the stricter diet as being used two to three times a week after being on the diet for 12 full days.
The reason for this limited amount is simple to understand:
A byproduct of animal protein metabolism is ammonia which is generally toxic to the human body. In addition, it creates an added workload for the liver which is already being overworked by the Candida toxins and these Candida toxins already include additional ammonia. This is saying that Candida albicans produce ammonia gases on their own in your body which benefits the environment for the Candida.
In other words, ammonia is a benefit as far as making your intestines more hospitable for Candida albicans to thieve and multiply. Every time you eat meat protein, you create additional ammonia which poisons your liver and body in general and creates a beneficial Candida environment. The higher the protein content, the more ammonia is created; this is why anyone on a Candida treatment should try to eat organic eggs more often and organic fish or fowl only a few times a week.