- May 19, 2013 at 4:07 pm #104790
Angel29ParticipantTopics: 56Replies: 101
How often can it be eaten? The actual starch content? Also, what exactly is almond milk and it is allowed on the diet?May 19, 2013 at 5:22 pm #104793
rasterParticipantTopics: 104Replies: 6828
I’d try out black rice once a week or so at first. Even at almost 2 years into the diet, I still don’t eat rice very often. I did have trouble digesting it at one point so be sure to chew it thoroughly. There are definitely worst things you can eat than black rice…its almost a neutral food item for the diet but is very slightly bad for your progress.
Almond milk comes from almonds (lol), you have to grind up the almonds in a blender and strain them and what is left is white milk that almost tastes like dairy. If you make it homemade, roast and/or soak the almonds first to remove the molds. The store bought stuff isn’t fresh typically and has been sitting on the shelf for awhile. They also typically add junk to it such as sugar, preservatives, etc. If you want the safe stuff, make it homemade.
-rasterMay 19, 2013 at 7:34 pm #104805
Able900SpectatorTopics: 92Replies: 4811
Angel29;43310 wrote: How often can it be eaten? The actual starch content? Also, what exactly is almond milk and it is allowed on the diet?
When you think rice, think sugar. Rice is a starch, all starches break down into sugar once they start being digested; literally billions and billions of Candida can feed and therefore survive on one meal of rice/sugar.
When you think nuts or nut products; think mold.
Both rice and nut products are capable stalling a Candida treatment.
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