I am a 24 year old male, gallbladder was removed last year.
“A strict Candida elimination diet is no easy task to begin with, but it can be made even harder by something called Candida Die-Off. When yeast cells are rapidly killed, a die-off (or Herxheimer reaction) occurs and metabolic by-products are released into the body. The Candida yeast cells actually release 79 different toxins when they die, including ethanol and acetaldehyde.The point when the die-off symptoms kick in is the time when many people prematurely abandon their Candida diet, so its important to be prepared.” (source: thecandidadiet.com)
Is this something that someone living without a gallbladder can handle?
Obviously I would use a milk thistle support during this time, but is that really enough?
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