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    Alleycatsprat
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    Just wondering if any of you are having issues with appetite? Feels like the yeast is there filling up space and digestion is slow. I’m on day 3 of phase 1. I’m still waiting for the die off symptoms…

    Do any of you know when they might start happening?

    So far I’ve been eating:

    Broccoli
    Chicken
    Avacado
    Cucumber
    Goat Yogurt
    Sunflower oil
    Olive Oil
    Garlic Cloves in the AM

    Thanks!

    #67402

    Able900
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    Alleycatsprat wrote: Just wondering if any of you are having issues with appetite? Feels like the yeast is there filling up space and digestion is slow. I’m on day 3 of phase 1. I’m still waiting for the die off symptoms…

    Do any of you know when they might start happening?
    So far I’ve been eating:
    Broccoli
    Chicken
    Avacado
    Cucumber
    Goat Yogurt
    Sunflower oil
    Olive Oil
    Garlic Cloves in the AM

    Hello, AC.

    Die-off symptoms can start at literally anytime during the cleanse or even after the cleanse has been completed, one simply can’t predict when it will start for any particular case of Candida.

    Adding more garlic gloves could start the die-off process. Are you prepared to handle the die-off symptoms once they start?

    To help the initial cleanse part of the diet, if you’re not allergic to eggs, you might try adding organic eggs to your diet and leaving the chicken alone for a few weeks.

    Is the goat’s milk yogurt you’re eating commercially purchased or are you making it yourself?

    Able

    #67404

    theresa49638
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    Some times I think I feel I am having die off, I get so sweaty and sick to my stomach and pain.

    I have been eating a LOTS raw Green bell peppers, I got coconut milk and organic oatmeal with no gluten add cinnamon. Chicken every other day,
    I eat Tolipa with dust of brown rice flour fried in olive oil, I snack on roasted sun flower seeds, Greek yogurt plain, I add Cinnamon and vanilla beans, steamed or lightly cooked in olive oil green beans or peas, I have been eating some raw carrot but messed my gums up bad. That is about it. I add herbs to every thing I cook.

    #67408

    Able900
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    theresa49638 wrote: Some times I think I feel I am having die off, I get so sweaty and sick to my stomach and pain.
    I have been eating a LOTS raw Green bell peppers, I got coconut milk and organic oatmeal with no gluten add cinnamon. Chicken every other day,
    I eat Tolipa with dust of brown rice flour fried in olive oil, I snack on roasted sun flower seeds, Greek yogurt plain, I add Cinnamon and vanilla beans, steamed or lightly cooked in olive oil green beans or peas, I have been eating some raw carrot but messed my gums up bad. That is about it. I add herbs to every thing I cook.

    Teresa, the sunflower seeds can produce mucus (normally already a problem with Candida), plus they can contain mold; I’d leave these alone for at least a few months. Raw carrots really should be left out as well until another month or so down the road.

    What type of organic oatmeal do you have? The brand name will be fine.

    Able

    #67418

    Alleycatsprat
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    Thanks!

    The goat milk is purchased, organic. So I should be eating more cloves throughout the day then? What are some of the symptoms of die-off?

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    Thomas
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    Alleycatsprat wrote: Thanks!

    The goat milk is purchased, organic. So I should be eating more cloves throughout the day then? What are some of the symptoms of die-off?

    Check this post for your die-off question!

    https://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst815_Dieoff-Dangers.aspx

    cheers
    Thomas

    #67420

    theresa49638
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    What type of organic oatmeal do you have? The brand name will be fine.

    At last, oats that people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance can enjoy, too! Available in three varieties–Rolled, Quick-Rolled and Steel Cut–and made from oats grown by our cooperative of over 200 farmers dedicated to growing only pure, high-grade oats. Each farm delivery is sampled hundreds of times and tested with an R5 ELISA gluten test to ensure the absence of gluten. Advanced color-sorting removes undetected impurities. Roasting enhances that wholesome robust flavor you expect. Finally, the oats are packaged in our 100% gluten free facility and tested for gluten again to ensure their purity. Although a tiny fraction of the population cannot tolerate even the purest gluten free oats, most will find oats to be a deliciously welcomed addition to their diets. If you’re unsure, please consult first with your doctor

    Able

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    #67421

    Able900
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    Theresa, the word ‘oatmeal’ is what threw me off; what you have as you said are rolled oats. These are fine, and I would definitely finish the package you have, but next time you order, you might want to consider Bob’s oat bran instead of the rolled oats. Rolled oats and oat bran are not the same thing. The bran is removed from the outer shell of the oat or seed and it isn’t digested or absorbed by the body, instead, it’s fermented by the intestinal flora and then used as a food source. The rolled oats are the whole seed or oat. You can use the oat bran in baking or use it as a hot cereal.

    Able

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