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    jocelync
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    Hello,
    I just found this forum but I’ve been on to anti-candida remedies for a long time. I just got on the diet seriously a few months ago (it has taken years I’m sure you can believe). The question I have is: when will this die-off nausea go away? I’ve had it since the beginning of the diet, right after I eat in the morning.

    1) I cannot acclimate to coconut oil…In the mornings I make a delicious “elixir” of coconut oil, lemon, grated ginger and a little sea salt. I am sick all morning. I tried just a tiny bit. Still so sick.

    2) I’ve mostly been eating veggies (about half lightly cooked and about half raw) and a little meat. No grains at all, as I noticed if I cut out all grains, even the “allowed” ones, my symptoms improved a lot faster. But now I’m so sick I’m thinking some amaranth or a little brown rice would be the thing to eat first.

    3) I’m waiting for my kefir grains to arrive so for now I’m just doing some Jarro probiotics powder.

    4) I’ve been afraid to take my anti-fungals on this upset stomach.

    Basically, my question is: how can I relieve this nausea by what, when and how I start eating in the morning?

    Thanks for your help! Jocelyn.

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    Able900
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    The question I have is: when will this die-off nausea go away? I’ve had it since the beginning of the diet, right after I eat in the morning.

    You need to read the post linked below. Please read the entire post so that you can understand the dangers associated with die-off toxins as well as the different remedies you can purchase and use.
    http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postsm11590_Molybdenum-and-Dieoff-Symptoms.aspx#post11590

    1) I cannot acclimate to coconut oil…In the mornings I make a delicious “elixir” of coconut oil, lemon, grated ginger and a little sea salt. I am sick all morning. I tried just a tiny bit. Still so sick.

    Is there a question connected with the statement above?

    2) I’ve mostly been eating veggies (about half lightly cooked and about half raw) and a little meat. No grains at all, as I noticed if I cut out all grains, even the “allowed” ones, my symptoms improved a lot faster.

    You will improve faster without grains because they all feed the Candida allowing them to continue to survive and grow.

    But now I’m so sick I’m thinking some amaranth or a little brown rice would be the thing to eat first.

    Brown rice and amaranth will both continue to feed the Candida. If you give yourself time you’ll become accustomed to eating the same foods every day, and if ou adhere to the protocol, hopefully it won’t take long until you can add new foods. The protocol link is below.
    http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postst1334_From-Able-and-Raster-The-Protocol.aspx

    Let us know if you have other questions, meanwhile, the forum index (below) may help you with concerns.

    http://www.thecandidadiet.com/forum/yaf_postsm9438_Index-of-Posts.aspx#post9438

    Able

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    jocelync
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    Thank you so much. Thanks for the link to help with die-off. Yes, the question about coconut oil is, knowing what an important anti-fungal it is, what is the best way to introduce it? Is digestion more efficient a little later in the day so it doesn’t take such a toll? Is the lemon part of the problem? I’m just trying to get a good pattern for breakfast. Thanks again. Jocelyn.

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    Able900
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    Yes, the question about coconut oil is, knowing what an important anti-fungal it is, what is the best way to introduce it? Is digestion more efficient a little later in the day so it doesn’t take such a toll?

    To be honest, I never discovered an easy way the entire time I was taking it. At one point I was taking 16 teaspoons a day of the dreadful stuff, never came close to getting used to the taste. The best way I found was to have a cup of very warm water sitting beside the container of coconut oil. I’d take the teaspoon of oil and follow it immediately with a big swollar of warm water. I’m sure this wouldn’t work for everyone, but it was the best way I found to handle it.

    Is the lemon part of the problem? I’m just trying to get a good pattern for breakfast.

    I wouldn’t think that lemon would be the problem, coconut oil is a more likely candidate for causing nausea. If you’re not taking Molybdenum, this could be caused by die-off and the toxins that are generated after using antifungals such as the coconut oil. If you don’t have molybdenum, why not leave the coconut oil alone until you can obtain it? This may not be the cause, but it’s worth a try just in case.

    Able

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    jocelync
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    Thanks again for helping me trouble shoot so I can get through the initial adjustment to the diet and get comfortable again!

    I actually don’t mind the taste of coconut oil, which I had been drinking at about 2 tblspns per 16 oz of warm water with the lemon, sea salt and ginger. I find it not so bad taste-wise…it’s just the after-effects. But that’s good advice, just to wait until I have the molybdenum which I’m picking up later.

    Jocelyn.

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