Detrimental effects of a continued low carbohydrate diet !!!

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    dvjorge
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    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19224658

    Prebiotics are a must.
    Jorge

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    sp1543
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    Personally I have found that FOS is the worst thing to eat.
    It feeds the bad just as much as the good; so if you’ve got the bad in excess, then it’s not a good idea, imo.

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    dvjorge
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    Kyle wrote: Personally I have found that FOS is the worst thing to eat.
    It feeds the bad just as much as the good; so if you’ve got the bad in excess, then it’s not a good idea, imo.

    Try Inulin. I don’t know if candida can feed with it, but probably not.
    Jorge.

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    Kyle wrote: Personally I have found that FOS is the worst thing to eat.
    It feeds the bad just as much as the good; so if you’ve got the bad in excess, then it’s not a good idea, imo.

    This is true. Prebiotics in general are all well and good, if not essential, for people with healthy guts, but may cause bloating and constipation in others and delay healing. I’m trying a diet low in fermentable fibre (still including lots of veg) since I’m one of the latter.

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    dvjorge wrote:

    Personally I have found that FOS is the worst thing to eat.
    It feeds the bad just as much as the good; so if you’ve got the bad in excess, then it’s not a good idea, imo.

    Try Inulin. I don’t know if candida can feed with it, but probably not.
    Jorge.

    I have infact, and apple pectin. (inulin was the worst by far!)

    Inulin really gave me some terrible gas and bloating pain.

    Psyllium Husk, on the other hand… Now that doesn’t give me gas so bad for some reason…
    I think it’s more ‘mucilage’ than FOS, but not too sure on the exact chemical breakdown.

    Thanks,
    Kyle

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    blakek89
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    Psyllium Husk can cause intestinal bleeding so it is not ideal for someone who has leaky gut syndrome.

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    blakek89
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    Try Acacia Fibre I love it. I put it in my oat bran and it doesn’t alter the taste at all. Pure Prebiotic (feeds the beneficial bacteria) and lowers the GI of whatever you are eating. Inulin is also great, it is a prebiotic and has a similar texture and taste to sugar.

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    sp1543
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    blakek89 wrote: Psyllium Husk can cause intestinal bleeding so it is not ideal for someone who has leaky gut syndrome.

    Ya got some kind of reference to that Blake?

    Thanks,
    Kyle

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