Die-off in the long term.

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  • #80073

    boganmobile
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    raster wrote: Hello Boganmobile,

    Are you following the forum’s protocol?

    No, thank you Raster. I just wrote a long entry explaining why 🙂

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    Able900
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    boganmobile wrote: I can have meat and potatoes and so on. There is no reference to starch or carbs or anything like that. The focus of the diet is sugar: avoiding it.

    I imagine that, since you’re paying this doctor, part of the money would be for her knowledge and her ability to answer your questions concerning her treatment.

    I would have to ask if she’s aware of which foods are considered starches; and if so, I’d ask if she’s aware of the substance that starch is changed into during its digestion in the intestines, then I’d ask her if she knows what glucose is.

    Potatoes = starch = glucose = sugar = A feast for the Candida.

    I’d also ask her what the connection is between meat, ammonia, and Candida.

    A Candida diet is really all about common sense mixed with a little knowledge of the human body and Candida and a few facts about the foods most people eat every day.

    Able

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    boganmobile
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    Good point. I’ll chase that up. If you are correct then that seems like a very simple error on her part…

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    Hy
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    Echoing most everyone else. I’ve completed 15 weeks on a strict diet with antifungals and probiotics a part of my daily routine, and while my die off is nowhere near what it was during the first month, heck even during the second month, I still know when I’m going though a detoxing round and can feel much more slight symptoms of die off. For example, I still get tired but not exhausted and I still feel that off-balance feeling but it’s ever so slight and there are not as prolonged of periods. {Used to be majority of the day, now it’s about 20 minutes or so intermittently through a day.}

    Keep on keeping on!

    #80140

    boganmobile
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    Thank you. Do you still see candida in your stools?

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    raster
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    Hello Hy,

    I wanted to mention that you are progressing just like I progressed (where the die-off improved over time but slowly); you explained it perfectly. It does get better as your body gets rid of those toxins, and its really rough starting out. As you progress to a high number of months you should really start to normalize and feel some of the symptoms lift.

    -raster

    #80159

    boganmobile
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    For how long did you see candida in your stools, Raster?

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    raster
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    I haven’t really seen it in my stools very much. Recently when I started to take black walnut extract, I noticed candida “cobwebs” in my stools, but this would only happen occasionally. Sometimes when I have a bad stool, the matter turns very “cloudy” and I assume thats from candida.

    -raster

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