michan_81 wrote: My symtoms are slowly getting better, good stool except for one thing, its yellow!
Anyone knows what thats about? And how to “fix” it?
Of course there are lots of reasons for a yellow stool, but general speaking; yellow stools can be one of the results of the conditions in the digestive tract, usually bacterial or other parasites such as fungi.
Celiac disease can also be a cause, so can an inflammation of the bile ducts or an inflamed gall bladder, and even malabsorption; and this is the main cause when Candida overgrowth is present.
When an overgrowth of Candida is present along with yellow stools, the causes are normally malabsorption due to the leaky gut syndrome or a lack of bile salts from the liver since this is what gives stools a brownish color. When there’s a decrease in bile output, the stool will appear lighter in color which could be defined as a yellowish or tan color.
Following the protocol and strict diet will eventually heal the intestines and diminish the overgrowth; meanwhile, you’ll start to see a change in your stools as the healing slowly progresses.
The information that Thomas has given you is a diet that will “guarantee” an ongoing Candida infestation. Not only that, but I can guarantee you that the overgrowth of Candida will continue to increase day by day if you follow his information. I know this because I’ve tested many ideas and diets; and I have no doubt that, instead of being completely cured, I would still be trying to cure the infestation today if I followed the advice in his information and links.
Eating more fiber than the body is normally used to, which basically is what the diet does, especially if it’s used to very limited amounts, can cause digestive problems in the beginning because the digestive system is trying to get used to this fairly “new” and beneficial food supply. And since the Candida are unable to live on this food, they’re dying as well which can also cause intestinal disturbances.