I definitely agree with you in that I need to be on a definite diet. I read through the success stories and the protocol. I had read the protocol before, but it confused me. The protocol seems to only talk to that extremely strict cleanse and the probiotics, antifungals, etc that should be used. I didn’t see any listing of food for an actual candida diet. From what I’m gathering, you both strongly recommend this cleanse first for a week or two. I have some concerns about it – it seems like it consists of literally all vegetables, water, and antifungals. I’m extremely small and very thin. I need to eat a lot, and frequently. I think I might fade away on that diet…and I think I would be constantly starving. I’m also having a hard time following what I need to exactly do, and all of the supplements – this also seems expensive, which I’m very concerned about.
I would love a copy of this alternative diet—maybe that is what I am looking for. If you feel like the cleanse will really impact my ability to heal, I will try it, but it’s going to be tough. I had a very hard time adjusting to even just a phase 2 or 3 diet.
Just a few questions. I will cut the blueberries and red peppers. What else that I mentioned is no good? I will stop- I want to heal. Is quinoa and brown rice ok? What about rice cakes? Fish—tilapia, salmon, and flounder? A few other questions—is 3lac a scam or worthwhile – been using for about 2 week? Can you also recommend to me what you consider to be the best probiotic? Finally, I took a teaspoon of organic coconut oil yesterday and ate it (it was fridged so it was congealed and white) but there was no bad taste or odor. Am I missing something?