- May 28, 2012 at 10:03 am #83271
Hey guys. So I’m tolerating about 10 drops of oil of oregano around 11am and a capsule of megafood probiotics at midnight these days and my diet is pretty decent. I work 3 nights a week, and a Sunday morning and do some catering orders here and there. I’m about to start a job where I will be working wed-sat 9:30am-3pm, dropping the sunday morning job and keeping my main job working wed 5-10, fri 5-11, and sat 5-11. I’m wondering how I should schedule my antifungals/probiotics since I’m going to be working 3 doubles and a single every week. It seems like there’s room to play catch up sun-tues since I’ll have those 3 days off every week, but I’m not sure if its a good idea to go too easy on work days and too hard on the days off. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I need to keep recovering more than anything, but this job is going to be key and I need to have a plan to keep some kind of balance and be able to work without tremendous difficulty like I have in the past. Thanks.
-DayMay 28, 2012 at 1:09 pm #83292
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At this stage of your treatment you should be experiencing very little die-off if at all. How much Molybdenum are you taking? Seems I also remember you posting that you had eaten as much as 2 lbs of rutabaga a day; if you can eat that much without experiencing debilitating die-off, then the other antifungals shouldn’t be a problem either, especially if you’re taking the full dosage of Molybdenum.
AbleMay 28, 2012 at 3:34 pm #83301
I’m taking 750mcg of molebdenum a day now. The reason the die-off is still there is because I took a bite of an avacado that looked fresh but the texture was a little funky the other day and it must have fed the fungus. I’m back up to my 10 drops of oil of oregano today though and not feeling too bad. Earlier on the night I had that bite of avacado I felt like the die off might be over and was feeling really strong and clear headed which was amazing. Hopefully it’s just a matter of time until I get back there. I had a swig of kefir today and I got sick to my stomach. Do you think I should try to work it in slowly or just let my probiotics do their thing and avoid the allergy?May 28, 2012 at 4:22 pm #83304
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I thought the bad avocado incident happened two weeks ago, Day, or has there been another one since then? If you’re speaking of the first one, I doubt seriously if it was enough to cause die-off for this long if that’s the only negative food you’ve eaten. How long have you been on the treatment? That much die-off has a definite reason that you should correct if you’re taking 750 mcg of Molybdenum every day. Does your container read precisely “Molybdenum Amino Acid Chelate”?
The main goal in your treatment is curing the infestation without die-off symptoms that interfere with your day to day schedule. Leave the kefir alone until you can get a handle on the die-off symptoms and can find a way to get the toxins out of your body. Also lower the amount of oregano oil by three drops and let me know how that words as far as die-off. Remember that die-off toxins aren’t just a nuisance, they’re also dangerous.
AbleMay 28, 2012 at 7:34 pm #83319
Yeah, it happened again but this time it was just a bite, not a whole avacado. I just decided to take them out of my diet because it’s too hard to tell whether they’re good or not. It’s funny you said to drop the oregano dosage down by 3 drops, because that’s what I did today and I felt okay for most of the day. I’ve been on the treatment since a little after the turn of the new year, but it’s taken me a while to get a handle on all the facts, and I’ve had innumerable food relapses. Right now I’m on a fool proof diet which has worked really good for the past 2 weeks, the avacado being the last thing to remove to make it nearly impossible to relapse. I have mostly frozen veggies (brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, asparagus, rutabaga, onions, green beans, sometimes kale/spinach) with spices and olive oil or acv, I was having buckwheat but I just switched to a half cup of oat bran a day for the protein content, 4-8 organic eggs every day, and now 2 slices of coconut bread with coconut cream every day. The only things I’m having that even have a chance of being unfresh are cucumbers and garlic cloves. Food’s been the biggest problem and I think I finally have it locked down with getting past this last incident. The molebdenum does read exactly that. I’ve been looking for additional means to detox but I can’t afford a gym membership for a sauna at the moment, the pantethine I bought has a sugar alcohol in it, and I can’t get the bentonite clay I have to mix right. I’ve come to realize that your view of the main goal of the treatment is correct, but for a long time I just tried to kill as much fungus as I could without regard for the way it made me feel (and wasn’t fully aware of the importance of probiotics). I’ve just wanted it over and done with for so long that I didn’t take time to research and get a little more organized and safe til now. The reason behind the die-off you mention is definitely the food relapses and not knowing how much to cut back on antifungals after them. I’m hoping and praying the other day will be the last time, and once I balance my die off and ramp up dosages I’ll be feeling better soon.
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