Vegetable suet is made from rice flour and palm oil. If you ate it once or twice, it wouldn’t set you back very much…a few hours/days at the most. Rice flour, as you may or may not know is not allowed during the diet. We are strict here, but it won’t be the end of the world if you ate it sparingly.
Regular suet is made from beef, which should be avoided if possible. Again, if you ate it once or twice it wouldn’t set you back more than a few hours/days.
Lisa Richards is an expert in digestive health and the author of the Ultimate Candida Diet program. She writes regular posts on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of Candida, and has helped thousands of Candida sufferers recover their health.
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