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  • in reply to: Vegan #176093

    georgie
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    Oh no I haven’t but thank you much for recommending it.

    in reply to: Are Tomatoes OK? #176011

    georgie
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    Hi πŸ™‚

    would it be ok if you send me the stricked diet? I would really appreciate it.

    Could a vegan follow it?

    thank you so much

    in reply to: Vegan and Candida #175984

    georgie
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    and yes it is always nice to speak to a fellow vegan πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Vegan and Candida #175983

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    I completly understand that, I kept away from all fruit apart from raspberries and blueberrys.
    Also Stevia is aloud on both diets but I don’t know why its aloud on the candida diet, does anyone know, is it because it doesn’t feed the candida?

    I stayed away from peanuts but eat hazelnuts, walnuts which are also aloud on both diets.

    There are more recipes than you think that we can make.. homemade breakfast bars, curry, coconut curry, tofu scramble and more.

    last thing I stayed away from is coffee and tea. There are alternatives you can have which are ok.

    Apart from that I followed the FODmap and made all other changes when I started the candida diet.

    Hemp protein and Huel helped me keep up my protein. The vanilla flavour huel is natural and taste nice. Would not recommend getting the 100 percent plain it was not nice at all. Its important to know that we need to start on a tiny amount and build out way up. (helps the gut microbial adjust)

    Vegan Fodmap cookbook is really good.

    It is hard but what got me through ad is still getting me through the candida diet is thinking one day at a time and if I make a mistake thats ok don’t be hard on yourself just keep doing what you are doing because you are still making massive positive changes.

    With IBS you can you refered to see a dietition on the NHS.

    I am sorry for all the information I know know how hard it is expecially as a vegan.

    in reply to: Vegan and Candida #175959

    georgie
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    Also I forgot to mention that although Veganisum has been proven to be the healthiest diet, (dietitian also told me this based on a lot of new research) if you have IBS the healthier you eat the more your IBS plays up, so the fod map diet helps your Ibs to become under control. I also saw a nutritionist and she said that she has cured many patients using the Candida diet so there is hope πŸ™‚ .

    As for the beans and other food I would love to know if we can eat them too.

    in reply to: Vegan and Candida #175958

    georgie
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    Hi I am also a vegan who has Candida and also sever IBS and your symptoms sound like IBS as well as Candida.

    There are vegan FOD map diets which really helped with my IBS (you do the FOD map diet for a month) I also used VSL3 (which the book from this page recomends and it’s really helped) now that it’s under control I am doing the Candida diet and in phase one.

    Not sure if you can do both diets at the same time, does any one know?

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