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    Able900
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    During a Candida treatment program you simply can’t pay attention to a timeline or time frame such as, “stay on phase one for three weeks then go to phase two for blah-blah weeks” and in time you’ll learn to ignore any timeframe you may stumble across. They’re all ridiculous simply because every Candida sufferer is different from another, and nobody knows how long you will need to be in each stage. Does that not make more sense than saying that the same timeframe works for everyone?

    Every Candida forum is full of posts by people who tried to start adding food just because some set of instructions told them it was time to and ended up starting all over again. In fact, going back on a regular diet or adding new foods too soon is the number one reason that people tell us they’ve suffered from Candida for 5, 10 or 20 years. You can’t plan when you’ll make a change to your treatment, and that includes adding new food items and going completely off the diet.

    Candida comes back extremely easy for several months after the cure for most sufferers. So please remember: Just because you manage to cure your infestation does not mean that you will never contract another one.

    Let’s say that the reasons you contracted Candida in the first place was one or more rounds of antibiotics combined with a typically American high sugar, high carb diet, and then later on with the proper diet and supplements you manage to cure your Candida. Do you think for a second that doing the exact same thing again will not cause you to run face first into a second Candida overgrowth? Of course it will.

    Do the same things you did the first time to get a Candida overgrowth, and I guarantee you that you’ll have another infestation, probably worse than the first one.

    Able

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    Aggie4habitat
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    Able, Your strict diet suggests starting Phase 2 of the diet 6 to 12 months after starting phase one. Is that correct? Or did you mean 6 to 12 weeks? I can’t imagine eating nothing but vegetables, eggs, and coconut flour for a year! Thanks!

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    shayfo
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    As he emphasizes above, there’s no set timeline at which to end or begin any phase. Rather than trying to follow any predetermined timeframe, it’s wise to pay attention to your own body and progress, and proceed from there.

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    Able900
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    Aggie4habitat;45537 wrote: Able, Your strict diet suggests starting Phase 2 of the diet 6 to 12 months after starting phase one … did you mean 6 to 12 weeks?

    No I didn’t. Read Shay’s post and try to do exactly that. Forget about time, concentrate on what you’re doing every day to rid your body of Candida.

    Able

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