- June 27, 2013 at 8:24 pm #106866
hey guys im 19 and a university student living alone, i need help in coming up with good ideas for food, i started doing steaks and chicken breast. It would mean alot if you guys can give me a more ideas which are easy to do and not complicated. Thank youJuly 1, 2013 at 12:36 am #107041
alexalgebraMemberTopics: 41Replies: 643
I have a blog at sometimesalexeats.tumblr.com with a lot of fairly simple recipes on it. You just have to find like five things that are easy for you to make/good, and just kind of rotate them and just keep eating them even if you’re tired of it.July 1, 2013 at 1:58 am #107043
Thank you for sharing your blog. I am going to read it as I make my ascent to a candida-free, healthy life.
🙂July 2, 2013 at 6:21 am #107095
alexalgebraMemberTopics: 41Replies: 643
Awesome! 😀 Yeah, I have a journal on there as well as recipes, so if you go to the beginning, you can read back from day 1. It’s not always pretty, but it’s honest :p
Good luck and you can always hit me up if you have questions or want to talk about anything 🙂 I’m going back on the road for a month, so sometimes it’s hard for me to reply quickly, but I’ll get back to you when I can.July 5, 2013 at 2:32 pm #107265
Ive been eating salads daily and steak or chicken breast for lunch. I need more ideas 🙁 how many eggs per week is allowed ?? Id really love to put eggs on my salad daily :pJuly 5, 2013 at 3:11 pm #107268
Which diet are you following? The strict Protocol does not allow chicken for a few weeks. Steak actually should not be eaten for quite a long time after candida symptoms are eliminated because the meat digests slowly and emits ammonia into your innards which actually promotes Candida growth. How long have you been on your diet? Do you take any supplements?
DaughterNatureJuly 5, 2013 at 3:44 pm #107270
Ive been on it for around a week now, my breakfast consists of a salad, lemon with water. Lunch either steak or chicken with brocholi and dinner a salad as well. im cooking the steak and chicken with olive oil. I snack on wallnuts as well.im taking a probiotic , virgin coconut oil and nystatin and im eating alot of garlic and im taking glutamine.ive been feeling alot better but the problem is im always hungry . what about you?July 5, 2013 at 5:15 pm #107278
I’m glad you’re feeling better. However, if you are very serious about longterm elimination of candida, then I think you should contact Able900 about the Protocol and strict diet. If you have done this already you will find that your diet and supplements do not aline with what made Able so successful in ridding himself of a candida infestation. I have been on the diet for a week now–for the second time. The first time, although I had great success and stayed on the diet for a couple months, I had to leave the country during a college study abroad trip and was unable to maintain the very strict diet. Plus, Ecuador does not have the supplementary resources that the Protocol requires.
I can understand how you must always be hungry especially with the stress that a university student can take on. Chewing food extensively can help: biting down at least for 20 chews to allow the saliva’s enzymes to do their job will both (1) partially digest your food making the stomach’s job easier and (2) slow down your eating so you feel fuller by the last bite. Let me know if this works for you. Also, try to eat in a calm place where you’re not distracted by the television or other things that might keep your focus from your food. The less distractions you have the more your brain and body can communicate; I hear that watching TV while eating distracts us from eating, making us eat more without realizing…
If you’re feeling better while still eating these hard-to-digest foods (red meat and nuts) then imagine how you can feel once you cleanse your body and start to sustain a healthy inner environment!
DaughterNatureJuly 5, 2013 at 7:10 pm #107284
Im stopping wallnuts since it makes my stomach move alot. I tried it twice and it did . The thing is here its all fast food junky restaurants and you cant rely on any. thanks for the chewing advise will definitely use it. Im basically getting the steak fresh and putting it in the electric oven always. A lady who owns an organic store prescribed them for me. Im just really fed up with this way of living for example i just had a salad for dinner and im still really hungry :pJuly 5, 2013 at 7:29 pm #107286
I respect your efforts considering your location amongst fast food restaurants. And I wish I, too, had access to organic steaks. Salads can be dull especially without nuts and seeds. Do you have avocados? I fill up on those with nutritional yeast sprinkled on top. It tastes like cheese! Also, I eat buckets of vegetables–raw and cooked. What are your symptoms? How do you know you have candida?July 5, 2013 at 8:20 pm #107288
I did a test at the hospital. I feel dizzy, if i eat something im not supossed to my stomach goes crazy, once every three weeks my ear hurts me and my stool shows there is fungus. I get avocados every now and then however its not enough i have an enormous apetite 🙁 how is your treatment going so far?July 5, 2013 at 9:02 pm #107291
My treatment seems to be working well. I plan to take almost every supplement requested by the protocol. My case of Candida sounds more severe: I took birth control my freshman year of college and ever since I have had terrible digestive problems. I never had any allergies growing up and now I have an intolerance to more than half the foods I used to eat regularly. Also, I frequently binge ate food in college because on campus there are so many buffet-style options here in the USA. I think the overeating made digestion more difficult and the birth control ridded my stomach of the “good” bacteria. I now have leaky gut syndrome that surprisingly hasn’t bothered me ever since I started the treatment.
I do not get too hungry; if I do I just eat a lot of cucumber or a water-based food to stay hydrated. I start teaching in a couple of months and worry about my teaching schedule affecting the schedule I have developed for taking supplements. We shall see. In the future feel free to ask me anything!July 6, 2013 at 6:43 am #107310
I had the same feeling when i started taking supplements but don’t worry you will get used to it. The lady who prescribed the meds for me told me that i cant eat yoghurt and in lebanon the yoghurt is extremely delicious :p . i read in some places its allowed and in others its not. What do you think ?? I just tried a snack by putting onions with olive oil in the oven they came out burnt but were kind of tasty in a way .July 6, 2013 at 12:50 pm #107316
The roasted onions sound like a tasty experiment. I like my onions crispy as well. Have you considered making kefir from kefir grains? I hear that the milk grains originate closer to your area of the globe. I am fascinated by where you live. I think it’s a cultural hub and that you’re lucky to experience it! I do not eat yoghurt. In the USA the available yoghurt is pasteurized and has many additives including sugar and preservatives. I prefer to make my own kefir out of a milk source that I can rely on. In your country the yoghurt might be a lot more healthy and suitable for this diet.July 6, 2013 at 1:28 pm #107317
I was just at the supermarket i couldnt find a probiotic yogurt. How can i do the kefir because i really miss yogurt. Yeah its a nice country here and so is the states ! I just decreased my meat intake from two steaks to one, i did a much larger salad which did the job.i hope theres a quick and easy recipe for the kefir. Thanks
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