tgt2011 wrote: … all and all feeling pretty well. I’m not sure, is this a good sign?
To answer your question, the fact that you’re “feeling pretty well” certainly isn’t a bad sign. =)
As far as the stages listened on any website, including this one, are concerned, for the most part they’re all incorrect. This is because when the sites tell you that it’s time to move on to a different stage, they are ‘assuming’ that you are ready to do so. In other words, they’re giving every single person with a Candida infestation the very same timeline as far as when to change their treatment, when in reality, just like with any other disease, every person with the disease is different and everyone has different degrees of the illness and are therefore experiencing at different stages of their treatment results depending on the severity of their particular case. You can see how giving every person the same timeline is the most ridiculous advice anyone can offer.
Listen to your body, pay close attention to any Candida or die-off symptoms, even a small one, and if you can’t remember the information, write down when and how severe the symptoms are as well as which food you believe caused the reaction. We’ll talk more about adding food to your diet later on as you progress.
The fact that you’ve not been taking coconut oil is a big factor as far as when you start adding more foods items which will pose a chance of Candida symptoms. Start with three teaspoons a day after each meal and let me know if you experience any die-off symptoms at all. If you do not, you can raise the amount to six teaspoons or two tablespoons the next day.
Keep in mind that one of the most important factors of a Candida treatment is to take it slow. Not following that rule is exactly why the majority of people with Candida infestations experience a relapse of the disease after they thought they had reached a cure.