- April 1, 2012 at 10:33 am #77607
Hey everybody, I’m quick, new to the forum. Long time sufferer of candida, but only recently figured it out. I have many questions but the first 1 I want to ask about is green apples. I have been sugar free since early January up until this week, when I started eating green apples. What is everyone’s take on them? Are they okay?
Also, is Colgate toothpaste okay to use?
Thanks, QuickApril 1, 2012 at 12:31 pm #77617
I haven’t regularly started to eat green apples until 9 months into the diet. I started to eat them about twice a month between months 4-9 and now I am eating a bunch more fruit because my body can handle it now.
I would check the ingredients to your toothpaste to see if it contains any sugars or fake sugars:
-rasterApril 1, 2012 at 12:43 pm #77619
I wasn’t too sure about when to incorporate them back into my diet. I had a pretty restricted diet before I went on the Candida diet because gluten was causing me to be sick. Also, back in November I had a food intolerance test done and it showed I was intolerant to a lot more things, some vegetables, meats, grains, and fruits. I’ve pretty much made a living off of avacados the last 2.5 months. Recently I tried green bell peppers and am adding back onions. I haven’t had any sort of grain for the last 3 months.
Could I potentially try quinoa soon? Or wait longer?April 1, 2012 at 3:58 pm #77634
I would try buckwheat before quinoa. I was allergic to quinoa after eating it solid for 4 days straight. If you can tolerate both grains, I would rotate between them so you don’t become allergic to neither.
-rasterApril 1, 2012 at 4:27 pm #77635
So should I try buckwheat plain, or in the coconut bread?April 1, 2012 at 5:34 pm #77637
Its up to you, its the same thing. Buckwheat flour is made from buckwheat and doesnt contain any extra ingredients.
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