Hello, Ray, your inquiries are addressed below.
Quote: “Should I begin taking the antifungals (coconut oil, garlic pills) from the start of cleanse. Or, should i wait until after the die off? What is the most effective route?”
Reply: If you think you’ll need to, you can take a few days to start eliminating foods from your diet, then start the cleanse leaving the antifungals out for the time being. Chicken and fish should be left of out your diet during the cleanse if at all possible.
After a week to two weeks, you can start eating more protein sources such as young fish (sardines, herring) or wild salmon occasionally or organic chicken. Organic eggs should remain your main source for proteins.
If you feel up to it at this point, you can start an antifungal or probiotic, but choose only one to start with. Stay on the one you choose for at least two weeks before starting another one.
If you get the correct ones, 3 or 4 antifungals are enough. Oil of oregano, coconut oil and/or undecenoic acid, and raw garlic and/or garlic pills containing allicin are the best antifungals.
A good probiotic is MegaFlora by MegaFood which contains 14 strains and a count of 29 billion. Start with one capsule a day taken on an empty stomach one hour before a meal or two hours after.
Quote: “Can Molybdenum be taken throughout the cleanse, or should it only be used during the die off?”
Reply: Molybdenum can and should be taken throughout your treatment period. It’ll be a life saver during your die-off period as it prevents the toxins from doing so much damage to the body, especially the liver.
Quote: “And on a side note: Digestive Grape Bitters has 20% Grain Alcohol. What is the meaning of this! shouldn’t it be bad?”
Reply: Grape Bitters are available without alcohol. Also, Swedish Bitters perform the same way and they’re also available without alcohol.
Quote: “Able, you wrote that birth control was one of the worst causes. Wow, have you any idea why?”
Reply: The estrogen in birth control pills is a perfect addition to the Candida’s diet; this combined with the typical American diet or antibiotics create a perfect environment for a Candida infestation. The growth of Candida from birth control pills is slow, but steady nonetheless.