- April 18, 2012 at 11:51 am #79336
xday2dazexMemberTopics: 81Replies: 108
So I wanted to check in because it’s been 2 weeks since I restarted the protocol. I’ve felt good for a much higher percentage of the time since I started buying and eating the same things all the time and slowly upping antifungal doses. I’m up to 6 tsp of coconut oil a day with onions and garlic in my stir fry in the morning, as well as acv on 2-3 meals a day. Megafood at night at least 3 hours after antifungals. All recommended herbs and supplements plus more, and some good detox teas. The only problem is is that fri sat sun I had fish/chicken 3 days in a row which can’t be good, and there was something on the shrimp besides butter sunday, because I had a reaction to it. Also on monday I had some field greens for my salad instead of my regular romaine and it didn’t agree with me. It’s tough going out to eat, I had family in town so I couldn’t avoid it. It seems I do much better when I totally avoid eating out. I’m still feeling decent sometimes (about to get through that hump where I sweat out toxins like crazy, passed a big amount of fungus earlier), but I’m not quite where I was thursday. If anyone has any advice on anything I could do better or different, let me know. BTW I started my probiotics on thursday and kept on taking them at night even after the slips, and didn’t change antifungal doses at all, was this the right move? Thanks.
DayApril 18, 2012 at 2:20 pm #79355
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
BTW I started my probiotics on thursday and kept on taking them at night even after the slips, and didn’t change antifungal doses at all, was this the right move?
You’re doing quite good compared to some it seems. You were right in continuing on the path you were on after the slipups. Just try to keep in mind that, no matter what others may tell you, you will be set back to a degree each time you add that much animal protein in a short period of time. There’s simply no getting around the fact that the ammonia released will benefit the Candida; and common sense tells us that it, if it benefits the Candida, then it isn’t beneficial to the treatment.
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