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    Hy
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    Trying to figure out if I can reintroduce new foods that are just a different form of an existing food in my diet without having to worry about if it will feed the candida or cause a reaction.

    Example, I’ve been eating cultured coconut meat since the beginning. Now, I know it’s cultured, but coconut flour bread is safe for the diet. So is it safe to assume that non-sweetened dried coconut flakes are safe, too? The serving size has less than one gram of sugar.

    Is this reasoning seemingly sound? Am I doing this right? Thanks for any insight!

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    Javizy
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    I don’t think you need to worry about dried coconut feeding candida. If you didn’t have any sort of allergic/sensitivity reaction to the other form of coconut, it should be fine for your gut too. Watch out for sulphur dioxide though. It’s commonly used as a preservative (when it’s not in droplets of acid rain).

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    Hy
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    It’s {excitingly!} sulphur dioxide free!! Wooo! Thanks for the reply. 🙂

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    orka1998
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    I’ve eaten organic coconut chips (dried coconut) and the only thing I get from them is die-off, so thread carefully with them (I guess they still do have a lot of oil in them).

    Arijana

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