- June 5, 2013 at 10:59 pm #105759
Loree138MemberTopics: 1Replies: 0
Hello, I got diagnosed as having candida in September 2012. My doctor said my levels were about average compared to others. I had a +2, and she said she’s seen people with +5. The yeast mainly affects my digestive tract. For a couple years I had bouts of stomach pain after eating. It would last a couple months, then go away for awhile, then come back. Finally I got checked out and found out it was candida. I went on the yeast free diet for about 2 1/2 months. I was very strict. No sugar or fruit, no breads, pastas, vinegar etc. My doctor allowed me to use stevia, so I did in some foods. I got re-tested after, and my yeast levels went down, but not completely gone. They went down to a +1. At that point I was so frustrated because I was getting depressed being on the diet. Well, Thanksgiving and Christmas kind of killed the diet. I haven’t been on it since. For the past month, my stomach has been acting up a little again. I decided to look into Candex. I’ve heard a lot of good things, and employees at my local health food store said it worked.
Anyway, I’ve read a few reviews that said they took Candex without being on a strict diet, and it still improved their symptoms. I started taking Candex 2 days ago. I’ve been doing good on the diet so far, but have had some fruit.
Basically, I just want to know if anyone has tried Candex without being on a strict diet. I eat pretty healthy normally, a lot of vegetables, fruit, and very little carbs. I just want to be able to have a little something tasty every couple of days. I know its almost impossible to get rid of all your yeast, but I want my levels to be low enough that it doesn’t cause stomach discomfort. Ahh! I hate yeast!
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