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LoveReese2pieces;36106 wrote: Well I didn’t mean to cause an uproar but I have been warring with myself since he first broke out.
Love, please understand that what you’ve seen in this thread was not an uproar, and please don’t think that you started a war. This sort of thing is very common on a forum, especially this one where so many people have different opinions, but in the end we all want the same thing; that is for each and every member (and their children) to cure their Candida infestations. This is the reason we’re all here, and this the reason we’re posting our responses to you.
Let me say first that Hope’s idea of using a breast milk donation clinic is a great idea if that’s possible in your area. If not, coconut milk is close to human breast milk in its pH, fat and nutrient content. I would prefer giving a child coconut milk over any other type of milk other than the mother’s own milk. Coconut milk is very high in lauric acid, which is also the main fatty acid found in breast milk. Lauric acid is what makes breast milk so digestible and is said to protect the body from infection and boost the immune system. It kills harmful bacteria (lipid-coated ‘bad’ bacteria) and not the lactic acid bacteria which are known as beneficial bacteria which are the bacterial that cure a Candida infestation.
Your problem would be getting enough protein into the child as coconut milk seems to contain almost everything but protein. Because of this, I would also consider testing hemp milk since it contains protein.
You definitely want to consider giving your baby homemade kefir in addition to whatever other milk you choose.
Remember that no matter what new food you give your baby, you will need to start with a very tiny amount the first time. Then wait for at least six hours to see if the baby reacts in any way to the new food or drink.
I’m going to send you the diet that most of the members on the forum are using which is the same diet that I used when curing my own infestation. Just look in your inbox on the forum. You can juice any of the vegetables on the list for your baby, and in fact, I don’t see why you couldn’t use a good blender and puree chicken or fish (if possible) for the baby. If the baby isn’t allergic to eggs, I would use these for a protein source, but you’ll want to use organic eggs for both of you. Remember that non-organic protein sources from animals usually contain both hormones and antibiotics which would jeopardize the treatment.
Please be careful of the amount of antifungal food source that you give the baby as food can also product the aldehyde toxins. At this time, more than any other, it’s important that your baby drinks a lot of water to wash out the toxins, and avoid constipation for both you and the baby at all cost. You don’t want the toxins to stay in the body, you want them out in any way possible.
Since salt is essential to life itself, don’t miss a day without both you and your baby ingesting salt in some way. You can add it to vegetable juice if you make this for the baby. Himalayan salt would benefit both you and your baby because of the mineral content.
Please don’t abandon the forum as some people end up doing. I don’t think you’ll find another place where the people are as interested as we are in seeing to it that both you and your baby reach a state of perfect health one day. And please let us know about any concerns or questions you may have. Meanwhile, remember to check your inbox for the diet and protocol information.