- April 24, 2013 at 3:16 am #103409
willywillMemberTopics: 2Replies: 3
i don’t know if i did the above link correctly.
i am going to try a vegan candida diet. the reason is that i also have type 2 diabetes and i can’t seem to lick candida with the high blood sugar.
the most encouraging things i’ve read for diabetes reversal is vegan.
the problem, you need to eat an awful ot of vegetables to get the “reccommended” amount of protein without meat. but the link above makes a lot of sense to me. so i’m going to go for the amount of protein it talks about.
any advice? what should i look for as signs of protein deficieny?
willyApril 25, 2013 at 12:25 am #103474
alexalgebraMemberTopics: 41Replies: 643
It’s difficult to do this vegan, but it’s possible. shayfo was vegan on this for awhile, but has started adding in eggs from her chicken.
I was vegan before I went on the diet, but I found it best for me to add eggs back in. I also have since added dairy kefir and some greek yogurt on occasion. For protein, you can have buckwheat, coconut products, and hemp protein. I don’t eat a ton of non-veggies…I shoot for 75% veggies a day, but usually hit around 60, I’d say.
I have not eaten meat in 17 years.
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