Yes, I remember! How could I forget, it was on my personal log with my experiences using an alternative medicine on the advice section of this forum. Got locked, but found Rasters tips. Here:
I hear you on your justifications for eating your diet, but there are other alternative foods that have great nutritional properties that are on the allowed foods list.
I also have started to eat more fruit to heal leaky gut. I am 9 months into the diet so I feel that its safe to say that I won’t experience much drawback from the fruit at this point.
If you want to prevent future reactions from fruit or other foods than you need to heal leaky gut. Antifungals won’t prevent this problem, they only will kill the candida that has grown from the foods you eat. To heal leaky gut, you need to eat foods that contain FOS, and there are many foods that contain FOS on the allowed foods list:
-inulin (aka miracle fiber)
You also need to reduce inflammation of the gut in order to heal leaky gut. You need to eat anti-inflammatory foods basically. The foods you are choosing to eat are inflammatory and so it won’t make it any better. Veggies and fruits are generall anti-inflammatory, so is salmon and broccoli. Fermented cod liver oil is highly anti-inflammatory and contains prebiotic properties as well.
There are lots of supplements you can take to heal leaky gut as well:
There are ways to heal leaky gut:
Glutamine is fairly effective to heal leaky gut. Its main plus is that it helps reduce problems associated with sugar sensitivity and sugar allergies.
Inulin and foods with FOS are an easy way to help heal leaky gut; get some inulin (aka miracle fiber) and sprinkle it on the foods that you eat (or in foods that you bake). It heals leaky gut as well.
Grape bitters (or other bitters)
Digestive enzymes (I take one called pro-gest)
And there are more! Here’s dvgorge’s list from another post:
There are a lot of supplements that can help to repair the intestinal lining.
The first thing is to correct what is causing it including chronic stress.
If you have a pathogenic overgrowth in the intestines or an intolerance such as gluten intolerance the lining won’t repair until you addressed it.
N Acetyl Cysteine.