In What Phase can you eat beans

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    IceStorm
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    Without digging through the PDF book, I thought I would just ask some veterans in the community: is there a phase when you can have beans again?
    Thanks!

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    Wiley200
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    It’s probably easier to just use the search function in whatever PDF viewer you’re using 🙂

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    PeteSake
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    I too would like to know this. It would be nice to have a better protein source than animal (since animal meat creates ammonia which creates a candida friendly environment)

    I would really like to know why foods like buckwheat are recommended but foods like kidney beans aren’t, considering the following…

    …per 100 grams..

    Buckwheat:
    Carb – 72 grams
    Fiber – 10 grams
    Sugar – 0 grams

    Kidney beans:
    Carb – 23 grams
    Fiber – 6 grams
    Sugar 0.3 grams
    (Broccoli has 1.7grams/100 grams)

    Can anybody see my confusion?

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    IceStorm
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    Pete Sake-I think beans are the maybe list. Buckwheat is also a seed so maybe it functions differently in the body? Thanks for chiming in with your feelings.

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    PeteSake
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    Good point. I think I will test this myself. Then perhaps I can give my feedback on it.

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