Eating too much Dairy/Grains/Meat?

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    James Kessler
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    I have been on the Candida diet for at least 6 months now, but I feel no change. Could it possibly be i’m eating too much dairy or grains? If i’m being honest, I usually have 2-3 bowls of yogurt every day sweetened with Stevia, and I also eat a couple pieces of cheese every day. Other then the yogurt, I sometimes have brown rice. Also, once or twice a week I will have a beef burger. Does this sound like it could be hindering my recovery? i’m taking matters into my own hands and going no dairy, or grains. I am taking a ton of supplements, and drinking apple cedar vinegar with coconut oil. My main question right now is can I eat meat and grains in moderation? I don’t plan on returning to dairy because its far too addictive for me to handle.

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    king tut
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    I didn’t notice any improvement until I quit dairy, specifically yogurt. I used to eat a bowl a day of yogurt, but yogurt is dairy and usually has tons of sugar in it. The first two weeks I quit dairy and yogurt, I felt terrible, a sign that it was bad for me and likely feeding my overgrowth. Also, dairy showed up as a moderate allergy on my IGG food allergy test. I would cut out the yogurt. I eat hummus as a replacement snack.

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    James Kessler
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    Okay glad to hear that. Definently no more dairy for me! Could eating too many eggs be an issue? It’s what I make for every breakfast and lunch with veggies on the side.

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    jaw
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    You should cut out grains, they seem to effect my gut.

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