- June 10, 2014 at 2:39 pm #119332
blue_buffMemberTopics: 1Replies: 0
I have been following this forum for a while but I just joined the community. I self-diagnosed myself with candida 3 months ago after episodes of vertigo/dizziness/Meniere’s disease caused by candida overgrowth in my ears. I am now 32 years old, but looking back I had my first severe symptoms of candida overgrowth when I was 12. For the last 20 years I have struggled with skin fungal infecions, intestinal issues, breast and vaginal yeast infections, but I never made the connection until now.
Two months ago I started eliminating foods and it’s taken me a while but I currently only eat chicken, turkey, eggs, vegetables, seeds and almonds. I follow some of the advice given here and after 2 months I felt that I had overcome die-off (a few times) and was on my way to feeling more energetic. Three days ago, my bowels slowed down and I started feeling like candida started taking over my body again. I didn’t eat any new foods , but it seems like now candida grows faster and stronger even with the small amount of sugars is getting from almonds and maybe carrots in my diet. Lemons bring my Meniere’s symptoms back right away. So after this long post, all I was to do is request the Strict diet list of foods. I haven’t been able to find it. I am now ready to bump up my treatment so that candida won’t take over me again. Any other recommendations are appreciated. I am taking this very seriously and being very disciplined. It’s taken me a while but I am ready to go all out.
Thanks!June 10, 2014 at 10:41 pm #119344
joeMemberTopics: 0Replies: 18
I would order the plan on the home page and follow it to a T.
I ordered the all the books and read them and 62 days in things are back to normal for the most part. I still have a way to go but at least its manageable now.
Keep a journal and write everything down, how you feel when you eat certain foods, and no carrots and almonds for now.June 10, 2014 at 10:43 pm #119345
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6828
Here is rasters safe food list:
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