- May 18, 2012 at 5:34 am #82200
Jo*JoMemberTopics: 64Replies: 242
So buckwheat isnt wheat because it is made out of a plant seed, so it doesnt feed candida. It contains a fibre that acts as a prebiotic.
I’m not sure if i’m getting a reaction from it or not but if it is its only very slight and instant, as i’m eating it. If I am, would it be die off?
I’m using http://www.healthysupplies.co.uk/buckwheat-flour-organic-500g.html – 100% organic buckwheat flour, gluten freeMay 18, 2012 at 5:50 am #82202
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4812
Jo*Jo wrote: I’m not sure if i’m getting a reaction from it or not but if it is its only very slight and instant, as i’m eating it. If I am, would it be die off?
Hello, Jo. I doubt seriously if you would receive more of a die-off reaction from buckwheat than any other natural prebiotic-food source such as artichokes, garlic or avocados.
Anytime you introduce a new food to the diet, there’s a chance that you will experience some type of reaction; I know I did for quite some time. Unfortunately, there’s no way of knowing for certain the reason this happens, unless the reactions continue and grow worse each time you have more of the source. In this case, I would forego an attempt at introducing the food until later during the treatment.
AbleMay 18, 2012 at 8:42 am #82228
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6828
I had this problem with rice bran, quinoa, brown rice, fruits, etc…so I would stop it and try it out again in a few weeks. Also, if you alternate between foods, you’ll less likely get a reaction because the candida will have greater difficulty adapting to the foods you eat.
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