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  • #65490

    dazzammm
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    Hi,

    Ive read sooooo many sites and candida and some say to avoid potatoes and some say they are ok. The site doesnt mention potatoeson foods to avoid in stage 1.

    So, are potatoes ok or not ?

    thanks

    #65496

    Sharon
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    Unfortunately they are off limits. If you look at the vegetables section under “Foods to Eat” the following can be seen in the “notes” column:

    Avoid starchy vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes, potatoes, yams, corn, all squash except zucchini, beets, peas, parsnips and all beans except green beans.

    #65497

    Able900
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    Hello, and welcome to the forum.

    Potatoes will feed the Candida infestation and prevent the treatment from producing a cure. Absolutely leave them out of your diet indefinitely. Treat them exactly as you would a sugar product.

    Able

    #65515

    dazzammm
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    thanks. i thought that was the case.

    strange place to bury that info, in the notes of the good to eat section. (i just skimmed the foods so didnt find it)

    #65520

    dazzammm
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    hi, got another one for you ive seen around but couldnt find on the list

    WHITE rice

    #65655

    Able900
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    dazzammm wrote: hi, got another one for you ive seen around but couldnt find on the list

    WHITE rice

    White rice shouldn’t be eaten on any stage, in fact any type of rice is a grain and will feed the Candida.

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