xday2dazex wrote: Hey, so I spent yesterday figuring out whats wrong with my treatment and what to do about it and I’m trying to come up with a better plan of action. Here’s what I have so far, it’s be awesome if people could throw in their ideas and meal plans so I have more to work with (:
Morning: (Hot ginger tea immediately to flush liver and kidneys.)
3 fried eggs and a bowl of spinach, asparagus, onions, peppers, broccoli and garlic.
*Swedish bitters after every meal*
Supplements- (Taken with a full glass of lemon water)
250mcg molebdenum, calcium/magnesium/zinc, vitamin c, milk thistle.
Salad with romaine lettuce, 2 hard boiled eggs (or chicken/turkey 2-3x a week), a whole avacado, cucumbers, onions, and assorted spices. apple cider vinegar as dressing. Green beans and broccoli added if at work.
Supplements- (Taken with lemon water again)
250mcg molebdenum, calcium/magnesium/zinc, biotin, vitamins a+d.
Heaping bowl of broccoli, onions, peppers, green beans and zucchini. Chicken or salmon a couple nights a week if salad had no chicken or turkey. Organic nettle leaf tea.
Supplements- (Taken with lemon water)
250mcg molebdenum, calcium/magnesium/zinc, milk thistle, vitamin e, cod liver oil.
Antifungal- Coconut oil.
Snacks: A couple hard boiled eggs and a whole avacado.
A huge cucumber with acv mustard.
So yeah, that’s what I have figured out so far. I need some help making it more solid though, as I don’t know what time of day to add kefir in next week, and these meals aren’t going to be enough because I can’t tolerate buckwheat or coconut bread yet. Also I don’t have enough Ideas for snacks and I’m still hungry all the time. If anybody has ideas as far as meals, snacks, or supplement schedule, please get reply so I can revise my plan and see what the forum thinks.
Also, a quick question- Is it safe to have salmon more than a few times a week? It seems to be in kind of a different class than eggs or meat when I read about it on here. I’d love to have it most nights with my dinner.
How long are you thinking to hold that extremely restrictive diet ??
IMO, you will lose a lot of weight very fast ( a thing that isn’t good )
There are other sources of energy and carbohydrates that you can eat without ruining the treatment.
There isn’t rush dealing with candida. People think that restricting the diet more and more will cure the infection fast. It doesn’t work that way. It isn’t the diet alone but the antifungals and the time your immune system recover.