- July 24, 2013 at 5:50 am #108144
rdj123MemberTopics: 7Replies: 12
I’ve been doing the candida diet for 7 weeks now and I’m trying to understand when I will know when I’m done. There are a few things I don’t understand:
-I believe I’m experiencing die off symptoms (I’ve seen string/root like items in my stool) as I was feeling much better, than worse, better, worse, etc. but when does the die off stop?
-Is it true candida only live for a few hours? if so, why won’t they go away for good if I’ve been starving them for 7 weeks and how are new ones being created daily? Is it the ph environment in my body? Is the ammonia from the dying ones boosting the livable environment for the living ones. Or is it just new ones will be born every day no matter what and I just need to kill more than our being born to get a good net affect?
Is the ammonia stronger from the ones I kill from antifungals then ones that would die on their own?
-If I’m feeling pain from die off does that mean too many are dying at once causing too much ammonia which allows other candida to flourish.- is the remedy to this to slow down antifungals so the die off won’t be large enough to create a large amount of ammonia in my system that will allow other candida to thrive.
Lastly, is there anything that I can do to speed up the process? Colonics, etc.?
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