- November 20, 2011 at 8:22 pm #67957
betterin2012MemberTopics: 5Replies: 8
Hi all, I just joined the forum today.
I have been on the Candida diet now for about a week. I was on it for several weeks prior, but had to travel for business internationally so it was really impossible to keep to it.
I would love to do the detox, but it really seems you need to have a complete week or two wide open with nothing like work to tie you down. Unfortunately, I am not in that situation.
Is it possible to beat this with Candida with a strict diet and combination of Nystatin?
Another question I have is regarding the Carbs that are on the allowed list of foods to eat. Should we be severely limiting things such Plain Yogurt, Cinnamon, Quinoa & Whole Brown Rice?
It doesn’t state that these should be in only moderate amount on the diet page, but I’m wondering if they could convert to sugar in our bodies and the Candida feeds off of it or is that not likely?
I usually have the Yogurt for breakfast and have very small amount of it after meals if feel the sugar craving and sprinkle some Cinnamon on it. I just want to be sure this is not too much.
I am eating a ton of vegetables and only the other items on the list. I had a very hard time eliminating coffee, which for me was Very Very difficult, but have now managed to stop drinking it.
Any advice would be appreciated. ThanksNovember 20, 2011 at 9:13 pm #67962
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
Hello, and welcome to the forum.
You can go by the updated “Allowed Foods” list on the forum to choose the foods you’ll eat on the diet.
The “Protocol” is the one that people on the forum are using with good results.
Read the other post to find out more about a cleanse, but you don’t have to do the cleanse shown if you can’t work it in your schedule, just go directly to the diet shown on the post. The site’s information is extremely outdated.
Proper and Safe Cleanse:
Let us know if you have other questions.
AbleNovember 21, 2011 at 12:20 pm #68003
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6838
I didn’t do the cleanse and just went on the diet. This has worked for me; the cleanse just sets your bodies environment better for recovery but isn’t completely required/necessary.
The topic ‘detox is absolutely necessary?’ is closed to new replies.