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If you or your daughter have taken antibiotics, there is very high chance that you both have candida. Antibiotics remove the good and the bad flora in your body; so the number one thing you need is probiotics.

The pumpkin bread is very good as well as the alternative breads. I am a picky eater myself and eat like an 11 year old; it was very hard to adjust to the diet…but after feeling really good from it, I just tough out the bad tasting foods.

Threelac won’t cure anything and your basically throwing your money away (sorry to be harsh).

I personally recommend HMF forte and HMF neuro as probiotics; I’d get these first thing. Undecoenic acid (mispell) is also very effective.

We need to get you on a plan; I recommend visiting a naturopathic doctor for best results (remember they come out like the colors of the rainbow, so a good one is a must).

I also heard Kale is good fried; sorta like french fries. Buckwheat tastes a lot like rice. After weeks on the diet, freshly made almond butter on rice crackers could probably be worked in (for me I couldnt handle it until week 16). Chicken sausage is a good replacement for hotdogs. Eggs can be prepared in a variety of ways. Check out the forum and other websites for candida recipes (remember what the bad ingredients are though).

I recommend some Dr. Mcoomb, he talks about candida and down syndrome some and might help set you on course; he recommends fruit and beef tho and his own homemade supplements (don’t buy into his plan, but just listen to what he has to say).

http://www.mccombsplan.com/new/media_center/index.php