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Hi, Patti, so sorry for all the problems and symptoms you’re experiencing now.
How long after dropping a food that is a problem should I feel better, in your experience?
The problem is, it’s not just one thing but three, and I’m really glad you’ve contacted the forum about this before it went on any longer; smart move. Finding the problem in a Candida treatment that’s stopping the entire process is about reading between the big statements and looking for the tiny details, and that’s where your problems are.
You’re right about some of the barbeque sauce being absorbed into the chicken during the cooking process because it certainly can.
In addition, when you were having iodized salt you were feeding the Candida dextrose because it’s used in the salt to prevent stabilization.
Another thing that’s feeding the Candida is the organic butter (if it isn’t ghee, but real butter). It’s called lactose and it’s from milk for anyone who is unfamiliar with the way butter is made. And before anyone mentions a ‘small amount’ –
It’s not about the amount, it’s about the fact that millions of Candida are fed by a drop of sugar/lactose/dextrose.
My advice and what I would do if I were still on the diet and discovered these mistakes in my treatment is: stop ingesting all three of these culprits. Then cut the servings of organic chicken down for the time being to about three servings a week in order to cut back on the ammonia being released. Use organic eggs and/or the other protein sources in the diet such as organic hemp seeds. If you can’t do this for long, cutting back for a week is better than nothing.
Your supplements look fine by the way.
I’m feeling kinda sensitive, so please, go easy on me 🙂
Patti, I just wanna come over there and give you a big hug. I wasn’t too bad was I?
You’ll be fine, trust me.
Take care of yourself.