- April 18, 2013 at 5:48 am #103051
hey again, can someone plz advise me on how i am eating. i am still getting reactions from food. i can only eat literally some vegies. i am eating only these foods as i now cant have anything else without having an allergic reaction. i now cant have olive oil or sesame or avocado. i cant have nuts etc. yesterday it had been 4 days since i had brocoli so i ate brocoli 2 boiled heads for lunch and dinner, and some grilled asparagus for breakfast – 2 bunches. i eat these with salt and pepper. is this too much to eat on the days i eat these vegies? im so scared to whats guna happen when i cant eat these!! i try leave 4 days inbetween vegies. is this long enough? my while diet consists of swapping these around – celery, kale, brocoli, cauliflower, cabbage red and green, pak choy, all lettuces, swiss chard, silver beet. i cant have buckwheat or coconut. i used to chow down on the coconut oil now im allergic i started 5 drops of oregano oil lastnight. i just dont know what to do and need help really bad 🙁 what else can i cook with? i tried bone broth made a great batch with organic marrow bones and shit it was good but boom next day reaction.. carried on drinkn it and it got worse.. please help!!April 18, 2013 at 5:50 am #103052
should i also try leave a gap between brussel sprouts which i also eat and cabbage since they are similar?? same with brocoli and cauliflower?? i also take 4 teaspoons of l’glutamine a day and have been for 1 weekApril 18, 2013 at 6:02 am #103053
alexalgebraMemberTopics: 41Replies: 643
Are you certain your reactions are bad ones (leaky gut, etc.) and not die-off? Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference.
My best advice is to just keep staying strict on the diet and keep on with antifungals. You can’t cure leaky gut until the candida numbers die down.
Also, I just started using this product called Intestinew by Renew Life which is essentially just powdered l-glutamine with some gut-healing herbs added to it, but it seems to be making a big difference already for me. I wouldn’t try it though until you’ve knocked down the infestation.
I find that my leaky gut is way worse when the candida is worse. I used to barely be able to eat anything either. I just kind of pushed through some of it (the veggies) and keep trying, waiting a few weeks, trying again, etc. other things. Certain foods I still can’t have a lot of, such as coconut flour or milk, yet I can have coconut oil and manna/butter with no problems. I get a little nauseous if I totally overeat it, but it’s not the same as the reaction I get from the flour/milk…that’s more of the fatigued sweaty leaky gut kind :pApril 18, 2013 at 6:07 am #103054
thankyou! yes im pretty sure as i get heart palpitations, flushed, bright red skin, my rash gets worse, my face swells my eyes puff and my rash weeps. it comes up and then goes down. takes around 3 days process.April 18, 2013 at 10:26 am #103064
kjones02ParticipantTopics: 79Replies: 315
As alex said, yes, the intestinew is the best l-glutamine supplement I have found! I love that stuff! I just wish it wasn’t so expensive. I think it works better due to the added herbs. I am finding I have cured some of the leaky gut with probiotics and if I watch my diet very closely, then I can get by without it. However, that is still not the case all the time. I really believe at the beginning of the year though, I used it a lot, and it has helped me though!April 19, 2013 at 6:48 am #103107
alexalgebraMemberTopics: 41Replies: 643
Man, that sucks…it sounds like you really need to concentrate on getting candida down, in my opinion, which is not a professional one at all, lol. But if you can do that, then you can truly start healing the gut. I totally feel you though, I went through the last year before I started the diet whittling away my food options until I was down to just a couple of items. Going on the diet and protocol and getting the candida infestation to die down, then starting a leaky gut and probiotic protocol is what has gotten me where I can eat pretty much everything on the diet now…even decent-sized salads! (being able to eat raw veggies is, sadly, a big deal for me :p)
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